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KIPP Nashville’s growth plan is driven by the need for college preparatory, public school options in the North, East and South Nashville communities.

Our vision is that every child grows up free to create the future they want for themselves and their communities. In order to create a vibrant, college-going culture, that produces opportunities and results, we have a solid plan for the future. By 2020, the KIPP Nashville network will:

  • Contain 7 schools
  • Serve 3,000+ students
  • Produce 500+ high school graduates
  • Launch 175+ College Graduates
  • Be financially sustainable on state and local funds

The Current Landscape

In 2014, only 38 or less than 3 of every 100 juniors in the high schools that serve students in East and North Nashville scored “college-ready” on all subjects on the ACT.


Don’t take our word for it.

Come and see our approach first-hand. We would love to take you on a guided tour so you can see our students and teachers in action.


Our Results

Within the past two years, KIPP Kirkpatrick Elementary School, KIPP Academy Nashville, KIPP Nashville College Prep and KIPP Nashville Collegiate High School have all been named Reward schools for posting student growth in the top 5% of all public schools in Tennessee. Our 2018 graduating class averaged a 22.1 on the ACT, the highest of any KIPP high school in the country and almost four points higher than the Davidson County average.