Students & Families - KIPP Nashville

STUDENTS & FAMILIES

KIPP Nashville works with current and prospective families toward a common goal — college completion for their child.

At KIPP Nashville schools:

  • Parents are encouraged to be involved and contribute
  • Teachers believe that all students will learn and achieve at the highest levels
  • Students work hard and come to school ready to learn

We help students learn by:

  • Creating a safe and structured learning environment
  • Requiring parents, teachers, and students to all sign a Commitment to Excellence form that sets clear expectations
  • Having teachers available by cell phone after school for homework help
  • Extending the school day, week, and year
  • Offering extracurricular activities
  • Organizing exciting end of year learning trips
  • Holding students accountable for their behavior as well as academic success

PROSPECTIVE FAMILIES

We empower parents to actively engage in their child’s education and work collaboratively to provide each student with the character and academic skills needed to succeed in rigorous high schools and colleges, and to become productive citizens in the world beyond. Enroll today or schedule a visit to see why a KIPP Nashville school could be the right fit for your child.

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CURRENT FAMILIES

Stay active in your KIPPster’s experience by accessing the resources you need to further their success as a student. Family resources include documents like the school calendar, Student Handbook, in addition to student learning applications and other important updates.

MORE INFORMATION FOR CURRENT FAMILIES

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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