We're still celebrating Women's History Month! Check out these tips from some amazing women entrepreneurs who also happen to be KIPP alum! :)
A very special shout out to our very own KIPP Metro Atlanta alumna, Nzali Scales, CEO of Zaza’s Kitchen!
Can advancing equity in schools help dismantle structural racism across a whole city? KIPP Metro Atlanta Schools (@KIPPMAC) has identified its plan for this work.
Read more in part 3 of our Racial Equity in Education blog series: bit.ly/30YaSo3
Thank you to our Are You Smarter Than A KIPPster? summa cum laude sponsors for supporting our students, alumni, and schools!
Our Are You Smarter Than A KIPPster? virtual event will be held on April 15 at 6 PM. For more information, visit kippmetroatlanta.org/AYSTAK.
We are pleased to share an article about the racial equity work we are doing within our organization.
For us, equity is not just a priority—it is the very core of our education.
Open enrollment for our schools located within the Atlanta Public Schools district ends tomorrow, Monday, March 15, at 5 p.m.
If you’re interested in enrolling your rising K-12 student at one of our 12 free, public charter schools, visit kippmetroatlanta.org/enroll to apply.📚�dj
New on the #KIPPMetroAtlantaBlog, KIPP WAYS Academy teacher, Eilidh Branson, explains why teaching Black history year-round and incorporating it into every school’s curriculum is crucial to healing, growth, and creating more equitable classrooms.
Congratulations to KIPP Atlanta Collegiate Athletic Director, Myss Johnson-Jelks, who was recently named 6AA 2020-21 Athletic Director of the Year!
We are grateful for the leadership, dedication, and passion that Coach Johnson-Jelks brings to KAC and our students each day!
Do you have or know of a rising K-12 student in metro Atlanta? If so, enrollment for our schools located within APS is still open!
We are now accepting applications for our tuition-free, public charter schools for the 2021-22 school year!
Today is #InternationalWomensDay!
The purpose of today is to reflect on the progress made in the fight for gender equality, to call for change, and to celebrate acts of courage and determination by women all around the world.
How are you celebrating and honoring women today?
There’s no better time to celebrate our KAC Varsity Cheerleading Team, Code Black, than during #WomensHistoryMonth!
We honor and congratulate the team and their dedicated coaches for their fourth 6AA Region win last month and making herstory of their own!
Today is the first day of #WomensHistoryMonth !
We are excited to recognize and celebrate the innumerable contributions of women now and throughout history.
We also celebrate our very own KIPP girls and women who are she-roes, trailblazers, and leaders in our schools each day.
In honor of Vincent Truitt and the ongoing fight for social justice in our community, there will be sock and t-shirt drive this Saturday, February 20, from 12-2 p.m. at KIPP Atlanta Collegiate High School.
Spread the word, come out, and donate! 👕🧦.#justiceforvincec42
We are excited to share that one of our very own school principals, Terra Walker of KIPP Vision Primary School, will be a contestant on @NBCTheWall this Monday, February 15, at 10 PM!
Join us in cheering on Principal Walker as she takes on The Wall!
Our newest and 12th school, KIPP South Fulton Primary School, will open with a founding class of kindergarteners this fall!
Visit kippmetroatlanta.org/enroll for more info and to apply!
Open enrollment for our schools in the Fulton County Schools district ends Monday, February 15!
Our KIPP students and teachers are true stars!
Check out KIPP South Fulton Academy student, Sanaa, and teacher, Sean Chinn, talk about the importance of learning, teaching, and celebrating Black history on NBC's Nightly News: Kids Edition. twitter.com/NBCNightlyNews…
New on the KIPP Metro Atlanta Blog, KIPP Atlanta Collegiate alumnus, Cameron Franklin, shares how he was a part of creating the National KIPP Alumni Network and his vision for the KIPP Metro Atlanta Alumni Association as its first president.
We’re excited to share this op-ed written by one of our Class of 2020 alumni, Kadija Marshall, for @The74!
Howard University is a Center of Black Excellence: Here’s Why I Almost Didn’t Get the Chance to Attend @The74the74million.org/?p=567427
Interested in enrolling your student at one of our KIPP Metro Atlanta schools? Applications open on January 1, 2021!
Visit our website at kippmetroatlanta.org/enroll for enrollment information and to learn more about our schools.
Tomorrow is our Early Voting Block Party at C.T. Martin Natatorium and Recreation Center (an early voting location in Fulton County) from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m.!
There will be music, free food, t-shirts, and PPE (while supplies last)!
RSVP at bit.ly/KIPPVoteParty. See you there!
Early voting begins today until December 31 for the U.S Senate Runoff Election!
Find early voting locations and times by clicking the link below and remember to bring your I.D.
Let’s make sure our voices are heard, Georgia! 🍑a
An Op-Ed co-written by our Executive Director, Kinnari Patel-Smith, and Chief Schools Officer, Mini’imah Shaheed, regarding the tragic loss of three of our students this year.
We will continue to say the names of Secoriea, Vincent, and Tyrell.
We’re hosting another Early Voting Block Party for the Georgia U.S. Senate Runoff Election!
Join us for music and free food, t-shirts, and PPE (while supplies last). Remember to bring your valid I.D. for voting if you’re a Fulton County voter!
RSVP at bit.ly/KIPPVoteParty.
To go beyond Z means to be opened up to a world of possibilities that one wouldn’t have otherwise known existed. All gifts made today will be doubled for #GAgives on #GivingTuesday!
Thanks for your partnership and support of our schools and KIPPsters!
$51 a month prepares our 5,100 students with the skills and confidence to pursue the paths they choose — college, career, and beyond — so they can lead fulfilling lives and build a more just world.
Donate today and double your impact!#GivingTuesdaybit.ly/KIPPdonate
Our educators are critical to our mission to support our students as they learn to lead fulfilling lives. Celebrate their excellence, hard work, and dedication by giving a gift of $38 a month for our 384 teachers.
All gifts made today will be DOUBLED!
Guiding students beyond Z embodies our vision that every child grows up free to create the future they want for themselves and their communities.
We’re matching your gift today for #GAgives on #GivingTuesday so you can double your gift and impact!
A monthly gift starting at $11 helps us continue to create joyful, academically excellent schools that prepare students to go beyond Z and reach new heights.
Today, we ask you to join our Beyond Z Society for #GivingTuesday! #GAgivesbit.ly/KIPPdonate
Tomorrow is #GivingTuesday and we are matching every gift dollar for dollar!
Every gift, no matter the amount, makes a difference in the lives of our students and alumni.
Support KIPP Metro Atlanta Schools at kippmetroatlanta.org/donate.
Tonight is the night!
It’s not too late to purchase your ticket to our virtual fundraiser, Night of Impact. @timjacobwise is our keynote speaker and you don’t want to miss our breakout sessions!
Purchase your ticket now at kippmetroatlanta.org/nightofimpact.
We’re so excited about Night of Impact tomorrow!
Don’t miss our keynote speaker, @timjacobwise, and our breakout sessions that will address race and educational equity.
Purchase your ticket at kippmetroatlanta.org/nightofimpact.
We hope to see you there!