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KIPP Chicago is proving that demography does not define destiny. Every day, the collective efforts of our students, teachers, and school leaders across KIPP Chicago prove the possible: public schools in low-income communities can prepare all students for success in college and the competitive world beyond.
KIPP Chicago is currently made up of two middle schools, one primary school, and a shared services team. In 2012–2013, our schools serve 730 students, and over 350 students through our KIPP Through College Program. One hundred percent of our students are African American or Latino, and over 90% are eligible for free or reduced price lunch.
By 2020, we aspire to grow to six kindergarten through eighth grade campuses,that will scale to serve over 5,000 students.