KIPP Miami Opening in Summer 2018!

Thank you for your interest in KIPP Miami! KIPP Miami is opening a free, high-quality public school open to all students. There is no cost to submit an application or to attend our school. All students can apply. Students are admitted to KIPP Miami schools through a random lottery. 

We welcome all students to KIPP Miami, including students with special needs. We are currently accepting applications for Kindergarten and first grade. All students must be five years old by September 1, 2018 to be eligible for Kindergarten.

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We Rise Education Village

“We are proud to have KIPP as a partner in the We Rise initiative. By focusing on the advancement of education, we have set a standard for excellence and achievement that pushes others to strive for the best—for themselves, for their children and for their neighborhoods.”
– T Willard Fair


No Cost to Apply or Attend

KIPP schools are free, public charter schools. There is no cost to apply to, or attend our schools.

Teachers Available by phone or text

KIPP Miami teachers are available by phone, text, or email throughout the day and into the evening so that parents can always get in touch and receive updates on their student’s progress.

Support To and Through College

KIPP Miami will continue to grow to educate students in all grades by 2029. Our support doesn’t end until their college graduation day. Our KIPP Through College team supports placing students in colleges that fit them, then supporting them through college.

Longer School Day and Year

School days may be M-F 7:00 am - 4:00 pm and on select Saturdays. The school year is from August to June.

Community Schools

We work with parents and community leaders to ensure our schools are community schools. As part of the We Rise Education Village, students will have access to extra-curricular activities with partner organizations.

Fun! And Whole-Student Learning

Academics are important, but we also want our students to experience the arts, sports, and interest clubs. In class and in school, we work hard, but we have a lot of fun learning.