Recent Press

KIPP Delta Receives Approval to Open Forrest City Campus

KIPP Delta Public Schools will open a Forrest City campus in the summer of 2015 after receiving approval to open their newest campus from the Arkansas Department of Education Thursday. more »

KIPP Delta Meets Individual Math Needs

KIPP Delta Public Schools has received a $10,000 grant from America’s Farmers Grow Rural Education, sponsored by the Monsanto Fund. The district will use the money to purchase Chromebooks and the Spatial-Temporal (ST) Math program for fifth through eighth grade students at KIPP Delta College Preparatory. more »

KIPP Delta Public Schools Accreditation Status and ADE Designations

All KIPP Delta Public Schools were fully accredited for the 2013-2014 school year. more »

Notes from the Delta - November 2014 Newsletter

Why was October such an exciting month at KIPP Delta? Find out in this month's edition of "Notes from the Delta"! more »

Notes from the Delta - October 2014 Newsletter

What do Grits, Chromebooks, and NBA Stars have to do with KIPP Delta students? Read this month's edition of "Notes from the Delta" to find out! more »

Delta Partnership Designed to Prepare More Students for College

KIPP Delta Public Charter Schools announced today that it has received a nearly $500,000 grant from the Walton Family Foundation to fund a two-year pilot program to help prepare more students throughout the Delta for college. more »

Aspirnaut Announces Successful Completion of Summer Research Experience

The Aspirnaut™ Program is proud to announce that Summer Farris, Tyrone Gamble, Jr., Arnez Orr, and Mack Williams, Jr. from KIPP Delta Collegiate High School participated in the 2014 High School Summer Research Internship Program at Vanderbilt University Medical Center from June 1 – July 12, 2014. more »

Notes from the Delta - September 2014 Newsletter

Water Buffalo, Celebrations, and Pig Hearts - that's the theme of this month's edition of "Notes from the Delta". Read more to see how our students, teachers, and parents are jumping head first into our thirteenth year of school in the Delta. We couldn't be more excited for another great year! more »

The Story of Rural Charter Schools

Watch how charter schools are impacting rural communities. more »

KIPPsters Keep Minds Active at Science Camp

Four KIPP Blytheville students attended the Exxon Mobil Bernard Harris Summer Science Camp this month in an effort to keep their minds active and ready for the start of school in August. more »


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