On average, students enter KIPP Tulsa 2 to 3 grade levels behind. However, through rigorous course work, longer school days, committed teachers and families, and the belief that all students can and will learn, 88% of KIPPsters go on to attend competitive college preparatory or career magnet high schools.
|100% come from high-need elementary schools in the north Tulsa community||65% come to us 2 to 3 grade levels behind (average)|
|97% African American and Latino||14% receive special education services|
|90% receive free or reduced-price meals||88% attend college preparatory or career magnet high schools (average)|