2019 KIPP Bay Area Public Schools Impact Report

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THE KIPP DIFFERENCE Our Student Community At KIPP, we believe all children should grow up free to create the future they envision for themselves and that schools can and should be a critical factor in making that vision a reality. We started with just one class of middle schoolers in West Oakland in 2002. Over the years, we recognized we could have a much deeper impact if we started earlier and supported kids longer.

Today, we are a thriving network of 15 public elementary, middle, and high schools open to all students. We’re laying strong foundations in early childhood and building on that support until the day our alumni earn their college degrees. Together with families and communities, we create joyful, academically excellent schools that prepare students with the skills and confidence to pursue the paths they choose—college, career, and beyond—so they can lead fulfilling lives and create a more just world.

6,171 Students

65% Latinx

4% Other

16% Asian

2% Multiracial

13% Black

79% Qualify for free and reduced lunch 10% Receive special education support 23% Are English language learners

STARTING STRONG Elementary School Our commitment to students and families starts on the first day of kindergarten. Our elementary schools are safe, loving places where students develop curiosity and empathy. Academically, our top priority is cultivating early literacy skills.

Our students are leaving elementary school with stronger reading and math skills than their peers at neighboring schools.*

“ It’s not just about my kids; I want everyone in our community to be able to have the amazing experience we’re having. Parents, teachers, and students are working together to build something that empowers everyone.” –ALINA ARROYO, KIPP PARENT

Christian, First Grade, KIPP Valiant Community Prep

*Smarter Balanced Assessment Consortium data, California Department of Education, 2019.

BUILDING ON FOUNDATIONS Middle School In fifth through eighth grade, we support students to further develop their critical thinking skills, find their passions, and use their voices.

According to independent research, the impact of attending a KIPP middle school would be almost large enough to erase the nationwide racial disparity in college enrollment rates.*

“ Middle schoolers are special people. Our KIPPsters are unapologetically and authentically themselves. They want to be connected, and they want to be seen as their best selves.” –PHILONDA JOHNSON, MANAGING DIRECTOR OF SCHOOLS

*Coen, Thomas, et al. “Long-Term Impacts of KIPP Middle Schools on College Enrollment and Early College Persistence.” Mathematica, 26 Sept. 2019.

Hadlee, Sixth Grade, KIPP Heritage Academy

PURSUING A PASSION, PURPOSE, AND PLAN High School We know that our students are best supported when they attend a KIPP high school. In high school, our students take AP classes, learn to code, play instruments in the band, join student council, and regularly meet one-on-one with college advisors. The bottom line is that we’re committed to helping every student graduate with a passion, purpose, and plan for what’s next.

KIPP students who graduate from a KIPP high school are more than twice as likely to graduate from college as students who leave KIPP after 8th grade. All of our fully-grown high schools were ranked the #1 open-enrollment high school in their districts.*

*“These Are the Best High Schools in California.” U.S. News & World Report, 2019. Breanna and Suhibe, Eleventh Grade, KIPP King Collegiate


2018–19 State Assessment Smarter Balanced Assessment Consortium Percentage of students who met or exceeded state standards* English Lanugage Arts

AP For All We believe that all students deserve access to rigorous coursework and have recently launched our AP for All initiative to end racial, ethnic and socioeconomic gaps in AP course enrollment in order to better prepare all students for college. Our AP participation and success rates prove students are rising to the challenge.

KIPP Bay Area


California State Socioeconomically Disadvantaged (State)

KIPP Bay Area high school students are over twice as likely to participate in an AP course as the average California student.

2018-19 AP Success Rate Math KIPP Bay Area

Percentage of graduating seniors scoring a 3 or higher on at least one AP exam*

California State

KIPP Bay Area

Socioeconomically Disadvantaged (State)

California State

*Taken by all students grades 3–8 and 11

68% 30%

*”California Ranks 5th Nationally in Advanced Placement® Exam Scores for the Third Year in a Row.” California Department of Education, 21 Feb. 2018.

WHAT’S NEXT College, Career, and Beyond KIPP is unique in that we support our students to and through college. We provide structured support focused on college readiness, persistence, and completion until the day alumni receive their college degrees. Today, our alumni are serving their communities— as entrepreneurs, nurses, software engineers, and teachers, including dozens of our alumni who now work at KIPP Bay Area.

“ KIPP has always been a part of my journey; their commitment didn't end in high school. My KIPP teachers and college counselor helped me every step of the way." –SHEYLA LOPEZ, UC MERCED, CLASS OF 2016; KIPP SF BAY ACADEMY


83% of KIPP Bay Area eighth grade completers are matriculating to college.


KIPP Bay Area high school alumni are over four times as likely to graduate from college as their peers. Litha-Alia Tomlinson, Howard University; Class of 2019; KIPP King Collegiate

OUR GRATITUDE KIPP Bay Area Public Schools is pleased to honor our campaign supporters who have been instrumental in driving our growth since 2011. AMBASSADORS


$10,000,000 & Above

$500,000 & Above

Anonymous William K. Bowes, Jr. Foundation The Fisher Family Arthur Rock & Toni Rembe Rock

$5,000,000 & Above Charter School Growth Fund Michael Moritz & Harriet Heyman Charles & Helen Schwab Tipping Point Community Grace & Steven Voorhis

$2,000,000 & Above Anonymous Grousbeck Family Foundation Reed Hastings Jenny Shimizu Risk & Gerald Risk Charles & Helen Schwab Foundation Silicon Schools Fund Lisa & Matthew Sonsini Family Fund Sandra & John W. Thompson United States Department of Education Wayne & Gladys Valley Foundation

$1,000,000 & Above Anonymous Catherine & John Debs Kathleen Donohue & David Sze Gurley Family Tonia & Adam Karr/Orbis Investments Morgridge Family Foundation Sheryl Sandberg Sobrato Family Foundation

Chamberlin Family Foundation Connie and Bob Lurie Foundation Tammy & Bill Crown Shirley Ross Davis & Family Cheryl Frank & Michael Linn Jen & Abe Friedman Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation Andrea Higuera-Ballard & Andy Ballard Koret Foundation Bonnie & Marty Tenenbaum Walton Family Foundation Webb Family Foundation Ted & Lisa Williams

SPONSORS $250,000 & Above Nina & Chris Buchbinder The Capital Group Companies Charitable Foundation Citi Foundation John Philip Coghlan & Tina Vindum Jackie & Bret Comolli Becky & Chuck Daggs Ray & Dagmar Dolby Family Fund The GAP Foundation Mimi & Peter Haas Fund House Family Foundation The Kimball Foundation Jacques M. Littlefield Foundation Becky Long & Ken Hirsch Louis R. Lurie Foundation Anna & Mason Morfit Next Generation Learning Challenges Katie & Matt Paige Mary & Andy Pilara Michael and Paula Rantz Foundation

Diana & Steve Strandberg W.L.S. Spencer Foundation Stupski Foundation The Walther Foundation Wells Fargo Foundation

Mary Leonard Robinson Narda & Andy Skov Sheri Sobrato Brisson & Eric Brisson Victoria Thorp & Jim Migdal

$100,000 & Above

Victoria & Michael Cohen Sian Gowan & John Zappettini Dagny Maidman & Molly Wood Constance Heldman & Hal Mooz Rick & Roberta Intrater Charles and Marie Robertson Foundation The Olympic Club Foundation

Sapna & Brandon Boze Jack Kent Cooke Foundation Penny & James Coulter Lauren Dutton & Glen Tripp Karen & Steve Ellis Andrea Evans & Chris Lehane Sigrid & Kevin Eyres Fitzpatrick Foundation Walter & Elise Haas Fund Wendy Holcombe & Carl Kawaja Sandra & Tom Holland Innovate Foundation Dorothy & Robert King Kingsley Family Foundation Jaime & Satya Patel SAP Charitable Fund Mr. & Mrs. G. Craig Sullivan Wendell Family Foundation The Wilson Family Foundation Yelp Foundation William Zimmerman Foundation

FRIENDS $50,000 & Above Julian Abdey & Sabrina Moyle Jay Allen Louis Calder Foundation Diana Cohen & Bill Falik Kate & Bill Duhamel Stanley S. Langendorf Foundation Lyndsay & Christopher Lyle Amy & Drew McKnight Anne-Marie & Wylie Peterson

$10,000 & Above

Thank you to our annual donors who make our work possible every day. $100,000 & Above Anonymous Ray & Dagmar Dolby Family Fund Doris & Donald Fisher Fund Kelly Greenwood & Jules Maltz Mimi and Peter Haas Fund Koret Foundation Tipping Point Community Webb Family Foundation

$50,000-$99,999 Asurion The Broad Residency in Urban Education Tammy & Bill Crown Becky & Chuck Daggs The Fisher Family Cheryl Frank & Michael Linn Jen & Abe Friedman The GAP Foundation Martha & Bruce Karsh Bill & Susan Oberndorf Carrie & Greg Penner

Jenny Shimizu Risk & Gerald Risk Linnea & George Roberts Charles & Helen Schwab Irene S. Scully Family Foundation Lisa and Matthew Sonsini Family Fund United States Department of Education Grace & Steven Voorhis Warriors Community Foundation Wells Fargo & Co. Ted & Lisa Williams


Angela & Chris Cohan The Nancy & Hugh Ditzler, Jr. Fund Kate & Bill Duhamel Joan Egrie Andrea Evans & Chris Lehane Lynn Feintech & Anthony Bernhardt Filice Insurance Sakurako & William Fisher Laura & John Fisher Randi & Bob Fisher Gap Inc. William G. Gilmore Foundation Marcia & John Goldman Philip & Alicia Hammarskjold Andrea Higuera-Ballard & Andy Ballard Sandra & Tom Holland Leslie & George Hume Intermedia Jing & Scott Jacobs Meg & Stu McLaughlin Linda & Tony Meier Vic & Jen Parker Liebe & Bill Patterson Eve Niquette & Charles Pohl Bob Rosner & Julie Goldman Ereca & John Shrewsberry Mike & Mary Speiser Sarah Stein & Michael Cohn Barbara & Thomas Stephenson Mrs. Craig Sullivan Sandra & John W. Thompson VISA Irene & Maynard Webb Lynn & Peter Wendell Jennifer Wythes Vettel & Eric Meier Lew & Jean Wolff Samantha & Scott Zinober

Julian Abdey & Sabrina Moyle Accenture Ariat International Inc. AT&T Baker Street Foundation The Belay Foundation Dolores & Jack Cakebread Mei & Herald Chen Sohi Sohn & Chi-Hua Chien

Marcia Aaron Dave & Robin Alvarado Lily & Tom Beischer The Emily Benatar Foundation Courtney Benoist & Jason Fish Jessie Bourneuf Pi-Chuan Chang & Andrew Carroll Karla & Aaron Cheris

$25,000-$49,999 Alder Graduate School of Education The Capital Group Companies Charitable Foundation Community Foundation of San Joaquin Delta Airlines Dodge & Cox ELMA Music Foundation Mrs. Donald G. Fisher Arjun Gupta Katie Hall & Tom Knutsen Becky Long & Ken Hirsch Tonia & Adam Karr Wendy Holcombe & Carl Kawaja Ludwig Family Foundation Orbis Investments Priya Pinto PGIM Michael and Paula Rantz Foundation Emily Rummo & Rory Eakin Irvin Stern Foundation Lisa & Glenn Solomon Diana & Steve Strandberg Patricia White Wilson Shannon & Dennis Wong


Junehee & Hoon Cho Michael & Victoria Cohen Mary Lou Dauray & Alan Davis Leonard and Sophie Davis Fund Cathy & Sandy Dean Lindsay & Terry Eakin Diana Cohen & Bill Falik James Feldstein Rocky Fried Tom Given & Jeff Wright Susie Hwang & Matt Glickman Google J. David Hakman Andrea & Matthew Johnson Mimi & Dan Kingsley Charles B. Kuhn Memorial Fund Alex & Dennis Lenehan Lyndsay & Christopher Lyle Doris & Donald Fisher Fund Anthony & Dana Fenwick Marcia Forman Sarah Friar & David Riley Theodore & Frances Geballe Jill & Mike Gold Goldman Sachs Diane & David Gould Cathy & Joe Guglielmi Anne & Robert Gunderson Michael Hansen Cory Harris Dr. Eric Hassall Connie Heldman & Hal Mooz Mary & Doug Ireland Sarah & Rob James Prakash Janakiraman & Rachna Nivas Kate Karas & David Hamsher Megan & Matthew Ketchum KIPP Foundation Christopher Koh Liz & Marty Korman Joan Lane Katherine & James Lau Rachael Meny & Matthew Hinsch Susan & Dennis Mooradian Philanthropic Ventures Foundation Mary Leonard Robinson

Dagny Maidman & Molly Wood Wendy & Tim McAdam Linda Nevin & Eric Keisman TOSA Foundation Oakland Athletics Overaa Construction Jordan Park Mission 1st Fund Lisa Pritzker Elizabeth & Robert Reniers Julia Rowe & Ron Kahn Mark & Tobi Rubin Jodi & Jack Russi San Jose Earthquakes Soccer, LLC The Schauble Family Foundation Mr. & Mrs. Read Simmons Laura & Greg Spivy The Strandberg Family Foundation Victoria Thorp & Jim Migdal Varelas Family Fund Jane & Bernard von Bothmer Grace Won & Richard Holden Mai Mai & Paul Wythes

$1,000-$4,999 Katie Albright & Jake Schatz Anonymous (3) Patricia Armstrong & Kenneth Sharigian Jennifer & Chris Brahm Jan & Jim Buckley Lara & Gregory Caimi Eva & Jeff Camp Carol & Lyman Casey Michael Chan Su-Mien Chong & Kyle Elrod April Chou & Peter Belden Katie & Reed Colley Nancy & Edward Conner The Charles Piper Cost Foundation Ruth Cowan Mary Crocker Trust Shashi & Dipanjan Deb Nancy & Joe DiSabato Stephen Mancini Lissa Dutton & Danny Shader Celine & Dan ParreĂąas Shimizu Krutika & Rajiv Patel David Paulson & Debra Weinstein

Bob Rodert & Beverly Kiltz Mr. & Mrs. Edward Rust Jean & David Scheible Lisbeth B. Schorr Rohan Shah & Lata Krishnan Shah Charles Schwab & Co., Inc. Daniel & Melora Simon Jessica & Eric Spaly Jane Spray The Madeline & Isaac Stein Family Fund Mary & Mark Stevens Lucille & Thomas Sutkus Ruchi & Dinesh Thiru Claire & Billy Thompson Beth & Blake Thompson Peter Watkins Paul & Karin Wick Julie & Michael Wright Chris & Samania Young

$250-$999 Hope & Noah Alper Amazon Smile Anonymous (3) Balu Balakrishnan Mr. Richard Barth & Wendy Kopp Susan Brown Chamberlin Family Foundation Doris Chang Vivian Cheung & Jeff Wong Jane & Al Cooper Rheta Daggs Abigail & Ross Davisson Christine Deakin Robert Debs Carol Hollenberg Roy & Betsy Eisenhardt Tiger Ellefsen Joan & Larry Evans Richard Falcon Laura E. Fase Leslee & Wayne Feinstein Kate & Ted Freeland Andrew Gachechiladze James Gerber Michele & Richard Goss Stuart Guinn

Adam Haller Karen & Steven Hiatt Emily Hurstak & Ryan Floyd Tia & Rob Jenson Lisa & Thierry Koblentz Ted & Laura Ladd Jill & Barry Lafer Catherine P. Lego Arthur & Luisa Li Joan Lonergan & John Merrow Kelly Marren Mr. and Mrs. Ken Moore Tammy & Steven Nickel Guadalupe Nickell Ronald Noda Anna Nordberg & Brant Thompson Margi & Tom Power Julie Ruehl Judy & Nicholas Rummo Carmie & Michael Saldana Tomek Sawan Denise & David Schannon Alicia Seiger & Mark Hayes Joan Sopher Judith Stephenson & Scott Harshbarger Synopsys Silicon Valley Science & Technology Outreach Foundation Sanusi Tandun Melody Tao Amy & Evan Tato Selina Tobaccowala Lisa Warren & Larry Edeal Derek & Morgan Weiss Holly Wood

Up to $250 Beka Agava Loyola Amalraj Anonymous (9) Arnelle Ansong Pooja Asher Carmen Augusto Shubhi Badjatiya Chris Baldock Alice Beckett Kevin Wang Lauren Berman

Mark Bernstein Santanu Bhowmick Golda Boeck Rachel & Robin Bordoli Eduardo Briceno Leona Bridges Sharon Bryan Anne Marie Burgoyne & Brad Roberts Katherine Caruso Diana K. Cashen Pramod Chandrasekhar Aaron Chang Krystina Chin Mackenzie Collins Dane Copeland Millivoje Cvjetinovic Yashan Dand Kathleen & Bob Dinetz William Dow Jill Dozier Suvanan Dutta Sofiya Feerer Amitabha Ghosh Neena Gopalakrishnan Saroja Gopalan Hari Gorak Sarthak Grover Leo & Florence Helzel Louise Hennessy Jessica Hickok Katherine Claire Hill Tage Howerton Patricia Jenkins & Robert Cerf Tanya Kanchana Nathan Kong Cary Kriegsman Rhea Kumar Emilie Kushner Brittany Kuykendall Devendra Lad Trent Lauer Dave Levin Jing Li Yuan Li Yuting Li Alex Lin Min Shan Lin

Carol & Mac MacCorkle Ani Mack Julia Mbakire Karin Meyer & John Woodfill Kathleen Miles Ali Mozaed Noelle Neason Maxine Nesbitt Sara Normington Lea Oliver-Gelwicks Gopal Pai Vinay Palakkode Suharno Abdul Rahman Prabhu Reddy Pratik Reddy Marci & Jim Riley Leonel Rojas Curtis Rothert Salesforce Juan Sandoval Michael Schember Matthew Schneider Priyanka Shah Ida Sim & Peter Karp Tom Simon Judy & Walter Sleeth Kara Smith Jen Steichen Ben Stetson Bradley Strode Seyedeh Tabatabaei Eric Truog Nikhil Tyagi Julianne Viadro Katherine Wang Janice Wohlleb James Yang Melissa Yeung Martha & Sheldon Zedeck Kirill Zhukov

In-kind Donations Joan & Howard Bloom Grocery Outlet Charlie Lamm

Matching The Capital Group Companies Gap Inc. Google Gordon and Betty Moore Foundation PG&E VISA Wells Fargo & Co.

Sherrye Hubbard Scholarship Donors Anonymous David Edwards Asia Evans Ygnacia Humphrey Sherri Marshall LaTonya Mingo Aja Moore-Ramos Letty Perez Eddie Roberts Cora Whitaker

In Memoriam Charles Piper Cost Don Fisher Suzanne K. Jolma (3) Lakas Shimizu Ann Sorgen

The following institutions and organizations have hosted KIPP alumni summer interns, welcomed KIPP students to their workplace, provided career support to students, and hosted educational field trips. Our Partners ABD Accenture ADP Airbnb Apple Inc. Ariat International Inc.

Arthritis Foundation Ascend.io Asurion AT&T Bain BlackRock Boys & Girls Clubs of the Peninsula California Pacific Medical Center Camp BizSmart Captricity Chan Zuckerberg Initiative Charles Pankow Builders, Ltd Clever Cloud for Good Coaching Corps Delta Airlines Dignity Health District Attorney’s Office of Santa Clara County Doris & Donald Fisher Fund Education Elements EducationSuperHighway Feldsteinco, LLC F5 Networks Filice Insurance Gameheads Galileo Gap Inc. Gensler GO Public Schools Golden State Warriors GSVlabs Hidden Genius Project Hispanic Foundation of Silicon Valley IDEO Impact Hub Oakland Intermedia Innovate Public Schools Jones Day Kickwheel KIPP Foundation KIPP Heritage Academy KIPP Prize Preparatory Academy KIPP San Jose Collegiate KIPP Valiant Community Prep

Kuli Kuli La Mienne Latino Americana LinkedIn Live Nation Merchandise, Inc. Lyft MACLA Oakland Athletics Oakland Promise Okta Old Navy Orbis Investments Overaa Construction PGIM Pisces Inc. Planet Labs PlanGrid PJT Camberview POPSUGAR Randstad Reach Capital Root & Rebound Rubicon Programs Salesforce San Francisco Chamber of Commerce San Francisco Giants San Francisco Zoo San Francisco Zoological Society San Jose Earthquakes Sephora Smart Sparrow SOMOS Mayfair Stifel Sullivan Management Company SunPower SurveyMonkey Teach for America Bay Area The Curran Theater The Health Trust Tipping Point Community Veggielution Community Farm Warriors Community Foundation WestEd Wiser Solutions YMCA of Silicon Valley

Board of Directors Andrea C. Evans, Board Chair Grace Voorhis, Vice Chair Michael Cohen Caretha Coleman Doris Fisher Laura Fisher Cheryl Frank Abe Friedman Ron Gonzales Andrea Higuera-Ballard Tom Holland Emani’ Lewis Jenny Shimizu Risk Emily Rummo David Santos Lisa Sobrato Sonsini Sandra Thompson Ted Williams Chris J. Young Rick Intrater, Founding Board Chair

Ambassadors Shirley Ross Davis Catherine & John Debs Kathleen Donohue & David Sze Doris Fisher Laura & John Fisher Jen & Abe Friedman Sukey & Irv Grousbeck Gurley Family Reed Hastings Tonia & Adam Karr Connie & Bob Lurie Michael Moritz & Harriet Heyman Carrie Penner Jenny Shimizu Risk & Gerald Risk Arthur Rock & Toni Rembe Rock Sheryl Sandberg Charles & Helen Schwab Lisa Sobrato Sonsini & Matthew Sonsini Sandra & John W. Thompson Grace & Steven Voorhis

Chief Executive Officer Beth Thompson

Cover: Giselle and Ms. Houston, Kindergarten, KIPP Excelencia Community Prep


KIPP Bridge Academy (Lower)

KIPP Navigate College Prep

KIPP Bridge Academy (Upper)

KIPP Valiant Community Prep

KIPP Summit Academy

KIPP Excelencia Community Prep

KIPP King Collegiate High School

KIPP Bayview Elementary

KIPP San Jose Collegiate

KIPP Bayview Academy

KIPP Heartwood Academy

KIPP San Francisco College Preparatory

KIPP Prize Preparatory Academy

KIPP San Francisco Bay Academy

Grades TK–4 | Founded 2016


Grades 5–8 | Founded 2002 SAN LORENZO

Grades 5–8 | Founded 2003

Grades 9–12 | Founded 2007

Grades 9–12 | Founded 2008

Grades 5–8 | Founded 2004 REDWOOD CITY

Grades 5–8 | Founded 2014


Grades 9–12* | Founded 2018

Grades TK–8* | Founded 2017

Grades TK–8 | Founded 2015

Grades TK–4* | Founded 2018

Grades 5–8 | Founded 2003

Grades 9–12 | Founded 2013

Grades 5–8 | Founded 2003

KIPP Heritage Academy SAN JOSE

Grades 5–8 | Founded 2014

KIPP Bay Area Public Schools 1000 Broadway, Suite 460, Oakland, CA 94607 (510) 465-5477


*Growing to full enrollment

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