Schools & Programs - KIPP Nashville

SCHOOLS & PROGRAMS

Our four campuses incorporate academic rigor, character building, and leadership skills to prepare KIPP Nashville students for success in college and beyond.

KIPP Nashville, part of a national network of free, public charter schools, serves elementary through high school students.

Our four campuses are rapidly changing Nashville’s education landscape, helping students and communities achieve their dreams.

SCHOOL TYPE: ELEMENTARY SCHOOL

GRADES SERVED: K-1 (GROWING TO K-4)

In July 2015, KIPP Kirkpatrick Elementary School opened its doors in partnership with Metro Nashville Public Schools. In its first year, KIPP Kirkpatrick is serving students in kindergarten and first grade.

KIPP KIRKPATRICK ELEMENTARY SCHOOL

SCHOOL TYPE: MIDDLE SCHOOL

GRADES SERVED: 5-8

KIPP Academy Nashville, our flagship middle school, was founded in 2005, and serves grades five through eight. Named a Tennessee Reward School, KIPP Academy was recently recognized for top 5% student growth in the state.

KIPP ACADEMY NASHVILLE

SCHOOL TYPE: MIDDLE SCHOOL

GRADES SERVED: 5-7 (GROWING TO 5-8)

KIPP Nashville College Prep, our second middle school in Northeast Nashville, opened in 2013. Currently serving students in grades five through seven, KIPP Nashville College Prep will expand to the 8th grade in the 2016-2017 academic year.

KIPP NASHVILLE COLLEGE PREP

SCHOOL TYPE: HIGH SCHOOL

GRADES SERVED: 9-10 (GROWING TO 9-12)

KIPP Nashville Collegiate High School opened in 2014 and currently serves students in grades nine through ten. Open to all North and East Nashville students, KIPP Nashville Collegiate High School will eventually serve grades nine through twelve. In its first year, Collegiate was the highest-performing non-selective high school in the city.

KIPP NASHVILLE COLLEGIATE HIGH SCHOOL

Imported Layers

KIPP Through College pairs students with counselors who assist them in navigating the road to and through college graduation. Counselors and KIPPsters work together through ACT prep, college applications, financial aid support, and more in order to graduate college at four times the rate of the national average of their low-income peers.

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