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KIPP Wisdom Academy

PUBLIC Charter

  • Grades Served: KG – 3 (Adding 4 next year)
  • 315 Students
  • Average Class Size: 27
  • Theme: College Prep
  • School Day: 8am – 5pm
  • Extended Calendar: Provides an extended school day and school year. We also offer a summer sessions to give scholars a head start on successful academics and build a family atmosphere within the school.
  • Opened in 2015
  • Uniform Required
  • KIPP stands for the Knowledge is Power Program. KIPP Wisdom Academy is located in the heart of south city and a college prep school that creates safe, structured, learning environment where scholars can build academic and leadership skills.
  • Teachers conduct homes visits with new families to establish a relationship and meet parents before the school year begins.
  • Parents and scholars have access to teacher and staff cell phone numbers and can contact them with homework or general questions in the evening.
  • Extracurriculars: Coding Club, Boy Scouts, Girl Scouts, Soccer, Step team, Each One Teach One Washington University Tutors
  • Gifted Education: Acceleration programs for students who qualify
  • Special Education: Full-time Director of Special Education that coordinates special education services for students along with a trained teacher.
  • Parent Involvement: Family Saturday - Family field trip after every academic unit, Parent Very Involved Parents Program (VIP)- Parent group, Parent Volunteers - Families can sign up for various support opportunities

Diversity

  • Lacks Racial Diversity

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  • College Starts in Kindergarten!Teacher/Staff 06/27/2016
    This school really prepares young scholars for college starting in kindergarten. The teachers and staff provides love, structure and curriculum in a way that scholars are excited about learning and grow multiple grade levels. Also, the input of families is valued and encouraged.
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