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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 […]

Team, Family, and World-Class Curriculum: Meet the Hamilton Family!

What are the essential ingredients for a curriculum that prepares every student for success in high school and beyond? Across our network, many families have students with siblings in both […]

Hot off the presses! The Fall 2018 issue of TEAM & Family

The Fall 2018 edition of TEAM & Family Magazine, a magazine written by and for the KIPP New Jersey community, was recently published! Click here or use the reader below to […]

“Walk in Your Excellence” A New Podcast from NCA School Leader Sean Stevens

Today, we’re introducing a new resource from KIPP Newark Collegiate Academy school leader Sean Stevens – his podcast, from Necessary Studios called “Walk in Your Excellence”. If you’re looking for […]

KIPP New Jersey student enrollment 4 things parents should know

4 Things Parents Should Know About KIPP NJ Schools

by Modiegi Notoane-Eugene, School Leader Fellow, KIPP THRIVE Academy People hear a lot about the academics at KIPP NJ. It’s natural given the high levels at which our students are […]

Managing grade transitions for you and your children

Moving to a higher grade level or a new school is an exciting time for your child and you, but it can also cause some anxiety. However, with the right […]

Six Tips to Help Your Student Succeed

Six Ways to Help Your Child Succeed This School Year

Parents are their child’s first­—and often most important—teacher. Support from parents is key to helping children get and stay on track to academic success. Here are a few ideas of […]

KIPP NCA Student Raises his hand.

Building Civically Engaged Students Does More Than Benefit Communities: It Supports College Success

by Jeff Fleming, KIPP Newark Collegiate Academy High School History department chair and teacher Students who participate in a civic engagement curriculum build critical skills needed to attend and complete […]

Chance the Rapper, Lupe Fiasco, and 10 Other Songs that Will Inspire Your Students

Some logic statements for the teachers out there: 1.) Your kids love music. 2.) You love your kids. 3.) Therefore, you love music. Even though this conclusion isn’t sound logically, […]

10 Ways to Be All In Like Jon Snow this School Year

(Warning: Game of Thrones spoilers ahead. But like from Season 6, so no excuses; play like a champion.) There is shot in the penultimate episode of the sixth season of […]