+ What is a charter school?

Charter schools are tuition-free public schools that are open to all students. They are independently operated schools that run with more flexibility than traditional public schools in exchange for increased accountability.

Like all public schools, charter schools are held to state and federal academic standards, open to all students, including those with disabilities, funded primarily through federal, state, and local tax dollars, and are not affiliated with or restricted to a particular religious group.

+ Are KIPP Minnesota schools public?

Yes, KIPP MN schools are public charter schools. We receive public funding and are held accountable for academic results and financial practices, like traditional public schools.

+ How do I enroll my child?

To enroll your student at a KIPP MN school, you must fill out an Intent to Enroll form or Interest form. You can begin the process by creating an account here. For more information regarding enrollment click here.

+ Do I have to pay to attend?

No. KIPP MN Schools are free, open-enrollment, college-preparatory public charter schools.