KIPP Indy Legacy High School graduating first class of seniors

By Jade Jackson

The first graduating class of KIPP Indy Legacy High School is set to walk across the stage next month.

Since the school’s inception, to guarantee student success school leaders have taken the unique approach of ensuring their almost 400 students are in a safe and supported space.

As students prepare to embark on their next journey, Dr. YeVonne Jones, the managing director of postsecondary education for the school, said she is proud of their accomplishments so far.

“Working with this class of seniors we support them regardless of where they’re going.

Whether it’s a four-year, two-year or anything else, they’re ready for it.

It’s been extraordinary to watch how they’ve been able to navigate this year in particular,” said Jones.

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