Recent Press

Rural, poor, successful: Every Arkansas KIPP Delta grad accepted into college

Journalist Billy Watkins toured KIPP Delta and spoke with several students, parents, and teachers about the school district's ten year journey in Helena. more »

More than 230 attend KIPP "Souper Bowl"

KIPP Blytheville College Preparatory School hosted it's inaugural SOUPer Bowl event, which highlighted student artwork and musical performances. more »


Lifestyles Magazine spotlights Richard Barth, CEO of the KIPP Foundation, and talks about both the past and future growth of the KIPP network. more »

Campus Security Upgrades

Statement from Executive Director, Scott Shirey, outlining recent building upgrades and the introduction of new safety procedures at each of our campuses to increase security. more »

Reeves, Senators Tout Charters on Arkansas Visit

Mississippi Senate Education Chair Gray Tollison, along with Lt. Gov. Tate Reeves, Sen. Nancy Collins, interim state Superintendent of Education Lynn House and three other state senators toured KIPP Delta school campuses in Helena and reinforced “a passion” to pass charter school legislation during the 2013 session. more »

KIPP Stresses Character Building

Mississippi legislators visit KIPP Delta schools in Helena to learn about school culture and the rigorous curriculum. more »

KIPP Delta Public Schools to Host Annual Public Meeting

KIPP Delta Public Schools will host their Annual Public Meeting on Tuesday, December 4th at 6:00 pm. The event will take place at the KIPP Blytheville campus located on 1200 Byrum Road in Blytheville, Arkansas. Learn more about the agenda of items to be discussed. more »

For Students, ‘Zip Code Does Not Define Destiny’

This editorial from KIPP Delta Public Schools Executive Director, Scott Shirey, explores the importance of educational choice within rural communities. more »

KIPP Delta Public Schools Announces Malco Classic Movies

KIPP Delta Public Schools announces a new community initiative - Malco Classic Movies, a series of Hollywood blockbusters open to everyone in the community. Each month, a new movie will be shown at the historic Malco theatre on Cherry Street. more »

Examining the Future Plans of Arkansas High School Girls: 2012

A study by The Women's Foundation of Arkansas explores how and if things have changed in terms of the plans of young women after high school graduation. more »


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