NEW ORLEANS (August 9, 2019) – This week, KIPP New Orleans Schools (KNOS) celebrated the official name restoration of two of New Orleans’ most iconic high schools, Booker T. Washington High School (BTW) and Frederick A. Douglass High School (FDHS).
NEW ORLEANS – Today, KIPP New Orleans Schools (KNOS) honors KIPP East Community Primary (KECP) School Leader Jennifer Dennis Carey for being selected by the State of Louisiana’s Department of Education (LDOE) as the 2020 Louisiana Overall Principal of the Year. She is the first charter school principal in the State of Louisiana to receive this award.
NEW ORLEANS – Today, KIPP New Orleans Schools (KNOS) and KIPP Renaissance High School (KRHS) celebrate over $7.5 million in college scholarships for the 2019 graduating class of KRHS.
NEW ORLEANS – Today, KIPP New Orleans (KNOS) honors KIPP Community East Primary (KECP) School Leader Jennifer Dennis Carey on being selected as a Louisiana Department of Education’s (LDOE) 2020 Principal of the Year finalist.
The KIPP New Orleans Schools FY20 budget is available for inspection at the organization’s main office (1307 O.C. Haley Blvd., Ste. 302).
Adam Kohler, Dean of Instruction and AP World History teacher at KIPP Booker T. Washington High School, talks about his role as soccer coach
Bands from KIPP Renaissance High School, KIPP Booker T. Washington High School, KIPP Central City Academy, and KIPP Leadershipwill roll in a total of 20 parades this year, collectively marching thousands of miles.
KIPP New Orleans Schools set scholars on a path to and through college and choice-filled lives
Throughout December, thousands of KIPPsters across the country, including KIPP New Orleans scholars, participated in the 2018 Hour of Code.
Congratulations to both the KCCA/KBTW team and KIPP Morial team for earning the Rising Star award!