Results

1Who is our student community?

A great education is the best path to a life full of opportunity. KIPP schools aim to educate students in educationally underserved communities, including English language learners and students with special needs.

KIPP Bay Area Student Community

5744 Students | 3788 Alumni

64%

Latino

17%

Asian/Pacific Islander

14%

African American

5%

Other
77%

77%

Eligible for free or
reduced-price lunch
10%

10%

Receive special
education services
25%

25%

English language
learners
2Are we creating positive school cultures where students stay and thrive?

We know that when a school is healthy, students want to return year after year. We are committed to creating schools where all students can thrive, and we closely track student attrition to ensure we’re keeping our students with us and meeting our mission.

90%

90%

KIPP Bay Area Student Retention Rates
100%

100%

Schools Implementing Restorative Practices
3Are our students progressing and achieving academically?

We know that when a school is healthy, students want to return year after year. We are committed to creating schools where all students can thrive, and we closely track student attrition to ensure we’re keeping our students with us and meeting our mission.

SBAC English Language Arts
 
59% KIPP
 
50% CA Average
 
38% Socioeconomically Disadvantaged
SBAC Math
47% KIPP
39% CA Average
26% Socioeconomically Disadvantaged
4Are our students prepared to lead choice filled lives?

To meet our mission in preparing students to lead choice-filled lives, we follow the progress of our KIPP alumni, examining their rates of high school graduation, as well as college enrollment and college completion.

94%

94%

High School Graduation
84%

84%

College Matriculation
95%

95%

College Matriculation for KIPP high school students
5Are we building a diverse and inclusive people model and keeping our talent?

Educators are at the heart of KIPP. We are committed to investing in the people who join us, and making sure they have the supports they need to do their best work every day.

Not only do we believe KIPPsters deserve great teachers and leaders, but research shows students benefit from seeing themselves reflected in their educators.

65%

65%

The majority of our teachers and school leadership identify as people of color
6Are we building a responsible financial model?

4

Average number of years for startup schools to be financially sustainable on public funding

90%

90% of fully-grown schools achieved financial sustainabilityof public funding is managed at the discretion of school leaders.

LEARN MORE ABOUT OUR SCHOOLS:

Download our recent Annual Report.