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Mr. Josh Bailey

 The ClayMakers: College Prep Artists Work Their Hands

Ms. Rhonda Nikki Barnes

 Help Millennials Write for the New Millennium

Mrs. Diane Barton-Campbell

 Science Rocks!

Ms. Cara Bell

 Connecting” Kids to Math with a Wireless Tablet

Mrs. Valentyna Boucher

 Desperate Technology Need

Ms. Jenna Bullock

 Accelerate Our Learning!

Mr. Anders Campbell

 Hands on Science

Mrs. Emily Cirino

 Making Socrates Proud!  FlipCam for Seminar Scholars

 Help Percy Jackson Bring Out Our Inner Heroes!

Mr. Chris Dwight

 Document This!

Ms. Kara Keefe

 You Can’t “Do” Chemistry Without Chemicals

Ms. Teresa Lambe

 Picture This!  Documenting the Drama Classroom

Ms. Shelley Levin

 What's in Our Groundwater? Modeling Science in College Prep

Mr. Robert May

 Interactive Lesson = Interactive Political Scientists

Mr. Levi Mogg

 Poster Children

Mr. Geof Muma

 From KIPP to the Courtroom

Mr. Phil Munsterman

 Build Skills and Bolster Resumes for College and Beyond

Ms. Anna Radomski

 Hooked on Physics!

Ms. Kristen Russell

 We Read Not For More Books But For More Life!

Ms. Jessica Simpson

 Reading for Life in Special Education

Ms. Jessica Sullivan

 Shared Texts for a Sharing Pride of Lions

Add one of our projects to your Celebration List. Celebrations is a year-long campaign, through which anyone can donate a special occasion to help kids. Want to join the celebration? It's simple: create a Giving Page for your birthday, anniversary, graduation, wedding or other special event. Then add your favorite classroom projects to the page and ask you friends and family to donate any amount in lieu of gifts. Ready to celebrate with us? Create a Giving Page!

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School Phone: 252-308-6932
School Fax: 252-308-6936

320 Pleasant Hill Road
Gaston, NC 27832-9511

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KIPP Schools

There are over 80 KIPP public schools in 19 states and the District of Columbia enrolling more than 20,000 students. The majority of KIPP schools (more than 85 percent) are middle schools designed to serve fifth through eighth grade students. The remaining schools include seven high schools, six pre-kindergarten/elementary schools, and one pre-kindergarten through eighth grade school.

More than 80 percent of KIPP students are eligible for the federal free and reduced-price meals program. Students are accepted regardless of prior academic record, conduct, or socioeconomic background.

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KIPP Foundation

In 2000, Doris and Don Fisher, co-founders of Gap Inc., formed a unique partnership with Feinberg and Levin to replicate the success of the two original KIPP Academies through the non-profit KIPP Foundation. The KIPP Foundation focuses its efforts on recruiting, training, and supporting outstanding leaders to open new, locally run KIPP schools in high-need communities.

The KIPP Foundation does not manage KIPP schools, but is responsible for supporting and monitoring school quality across the network. Each KIPP school is run independently by a KIPP-trained school leader and local board of directors.