Recent Press

The Importance of Character in Student Success

Evan Dewey, Fourth and Fifth Grade Teacher at KIPP Blytheville College Preparatory School, explains why strong character is key to high achievement in the classroom and in life. more »

Leveraging Data for Academic Growth

Rachel Hutchison, First Grade Level Chair at Delta Elementary Literacy Academy, shares her thoughts on the importance of data in helping students progress academically. more »

Notes from the Delta - November 2013 Newsletter

The November edition of "Notes from the Delta" includes stories about our students' passion for reading and ways you can support KIPP Delta this holiday season. more »

Purchase Your 2013 Holiday Cards & Support KIPP Delta Students

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KIPP Blytheville Announces First Quarter Honor Roll

KIPP Blytheville College Preparatory School has announced the first quarter honor roll. more »

KIPP Delta Collegiate High Announces Honor Roll

KIPP Delta Collegiate High School has announced the first quarter honor roll. more »

Notes from the Delta - October 2013 Newsletter

In the October edition of "Notes from the Delta" you can read about priority goals for the KIPP Delta organization and get updates on our capital campaign and recent fundraising gala. more »

The Softer Side of 'No Excuses'

Since their start in Houston in 1994, KIPP (Knowledge Is Power Program) charter schools have been the most celebrated of the No Excuses schools. Employing strict discipline, an extended school day and year, and carefully selected teachers, No Excuses schools move disadvantaged students who start behind their peers academically up to and above grade level in reading and math, and on the path to success in college. more »

Ouachita Baptist University Partners with KIPP

KIPP (Knowledge Is Power Program) announced today that it will partner with Ouachita Baptist University in an effort to increase college completion rates for underserved KIPP students in the Delta and nationwide. more »

KIPP Delta Launches Building a Better Tomorrow Capital Campaign

KIPP Delta Public Schools is excited to announce the Building a Better Tomorrow Capital Campaign. With a goal of $1,300,000, this campaign will bring a much needed building expansion and a playground to KIPP Delta Elementary Literacy Academy. more »


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