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Returning to the Classroom: 6 Tips to Support Student Learning This Year

This August, we welcomed back all of our students to in-person learning following a school year that presented so many challenges for our families, communities, and schools. Our school staff […]

A Year of Transition: Supporting Social and Emotional Wellness

Returning to in-person learning is a transition that sparks a wide range of emotions for students and families, from excitement and happiness to apprehension and anxiety. For families, it can […]

Congratulations to Our 2021 TEAMspy Award Winners!

Every year, our KIPP New Jersey teammates gather to honor our incredible educators and staff members at our TEAMspy Awards. We appreciate everything our staff do to support students, from […]

Psst…Rising Seniors: Here Are the Secrets to Nailing the College Application Process!

KIPP Newark Collegiate Academy senior Tyranique Freeman never expected to be applying to college during a pandemic when she entered high school in 2017. But armed with a passion for […]

Connection, Creativity, and Service: Extracurriculars During COVID-19 

When COVID-19 schools forced schools to go remote in March of 2020, KIPP Newark Collegiate Academy senior Makylia McGee didn’t know what the move meant for her favorite school club, […]

The Road to College Scholarships Starts Here

If you’re the parent of a high school junior or senior, you may notice your student dragging their feet when it comes time to apply for scholarships. From gathering letters […]

Safe on Social: Help Your Child Stay Safe Online Heading into the School Year

It’s a new school year, and for many parents, this means it’s time to take a closer look at how often–and how safely–their children are using social media. Platforms like […]

Transitioning to Middle School is Tough. Here’s How You Can Help Make it Easier for Your Child.

“Who do I sit with at lunch? How can I juggle several classes with different teachers? How much homework will I have?” These are just a fraction of the questions […]

My Child Has an IEP. What’s Next?

Navigating services for a child with an Individualized Education Plan (IEP) can be tricky. Often, complicated acronyms and a slew of unfamiliar language can make it hard to know how […]

Freezing Summer Melt

Being accepted to college is a major milestone in your child’s senior year of high school. Seniors may feel like their future is set and excitedly start planning how they’ll […]