News & Stories Blog
At KIPP SoCal we understand the impact that mental health and trauma can have on learning and behavior which is why our public schools are trauma-informed and focused on building resilience through our HEART initiative.
Alana Herbert, KTC College Match Counselor, is bringing the financial literacy topic out of the shadows. She hopes to educate students on how to build a solid financial foundation for the future.
To connect students with Mother Nature, KIPP Empower Academy (KEA) and nonprofit GrowingGreat are celebrating Earth Month in KEA’s garden!
Even when our KIPPsters are distance learning, our physical educators have adapted and continue providing guidance with an array of enjoyable lessons to help students meet the national daily standard of physical activity.
KIPP SoCal partnered with the YWCA of the Harbor Area, a nonprofit organization that is dedicated to eliminating racism, empowering women and promoting peace, justice, freedom and dignity for all.
Are you experiencing difficulties in creating a learning environment that’s engaging and motivating for your children? Join us for KIPP SoCal’s March #WellnessWednesday community information session.
Three of our KIPPsters from KIPP Adelante Preparatory Academy — Vanessa Banks, Yailin Dircio, and Breanna Munguia — have ignited their imagination and jump-started their professional writing career by co-authoring and publishing their first book — "Un-Mutable."
Get a behind-the-scenes look at a third grade teacher’s day during Distance Learning at our public school — shared by Third Grade Teacher and Grade-Level Chair at KIPP Raíces Academy, Edana St. Pierre.
There are those that spend the better part of their lives dedicated to helping other people rise. Brent Burton (KIPP SoCal’s amazing School Psychologist, Shani Burton’s, dad!) is certainly one of those guardian angels with a commitment to the fostering of Black youth that has spanned a lifetime.
Beyond his role as an extraordinary Business Operations Manager at KIPP Vida Preparatory Academy, Maurice Buntin, is a community builder, making sure that he puts the values of his upbringing into action, and continuing to invest in the children at his school and in his community through an amazing organization he’s been involved with nearly a decade, Concerned Black Men of Los Angeles (CBMLA).
Get a behind-the-scenes look at our special education teacher’s day during distance learning at our public school — shared by our Resource Specialist at KIPP Compton Community School, Dr. Shadi Seyedyousef.
Congratulations to Allison B., from KIPP Academy of Opportunity (KAO), who has landed a place in the prestigious Jack Kent Cooke Young Scholars Program, and Sabinah M., from KIPP LA Prep (KLAP), who has earned a highly regarded and competitive Caroline D. Bradley Scholarship.
Join us for KIPP SoCal’s January #WellnessWednesday — where you’ll learn about anxiety, depression, and grief, and when and how to get help.
Our teachers teach the knowledge and skills, nurture the confidence and character, and inspire the passion needed for our KIPPsters to achieve their goals, live their best lives, and positively impact the world.
Tricia Kiely Dong is the Founding School Leader at KIPP Generations Academy, educating students from TK-8th grade in San Pedro.
Daisy Salazar-Garza is the founding school leader of KIPP Poder Public School, an elementary school educating students from TK through 8th grade, in the Montebello Unified School District.
Khiley B., 10, is the proud CEO and owner of Sissy B. Nails, a kid-friendly nail polish company in Long Beach.
It’s clear that the 2020 holiday season is unlike any other. To help during this holiday season, KIPP SoCal partnered with Simply The Basics to provide hygiene necessities to Montebello’s Heart of Compassion.
Determined to meet the needs of our KIPPsters, the KIPP Corazón Academy Athletic Department launched an online community to meet students where they want to be.
Children in our school communities may not always have access to healthy food in their homes and our goal has always been to provide as many meals as possible to children, whether they are physically in school or distance learning.
Nowadays many parents/guardians are experiencing more stress than ever with added responsibilities during this pandemic. What's important is how you manage your stress.
To help get children excited about reading, the LA Dodgers hosted a bilingual "LA Reads Together" event with KIPP Promesa Prep and former Dodger all-star outfielder and coach Manny Mota.
Learn more about how to exercise your voting rights, resist voter intimidation efforts, and access disability-related accommodations and language assistance at the polls.
Elizabeth C.C. — a proud Indigenous Oaxacan and KIPP Adelante Preparatory Academy alumna — shares her roots, her educational journey, the inspiration found in her San Diego community, and her advice for others working to create a more just world.
KIPP SoCal Public Schools is proud to have celebrated National Latinx Heritage Month to honor the rich histories, cultures, and the remarkable contributions Latinos have made in the United States.