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              2008 annual report
                 We believe                      Dear Friends of KIPP Bay Area Schools,

                                                 My name is Annabel Moua and I am a sophomore at KIPP King Collegiate. I’ve been at KIPP for
                                                 five years, first as a middle school student at KIPP Summit Academy and now as a high school

          demography does not                    student. In these five years I have turned into an educated young adult who is willing to make a
                                                 change in my future and the future of the younger generation. When I first started in fifth grade I
                                                 was not interested in anything, especially school work, but I soon found that KIPP Summit was a

             define destiny. We believe
                                                 school that pushed students to reach their best potential. It took some time, but I got used to the
                                                 rules and the environment at KIPP and even learned to challenge myself to think more critically
                                                 about my personal problems and homework problems.


    with high expectations and no excuses,       KIPP has impacted my life because of the other students here. They are
                                                 people I can relate to, and we have practically grown up with each other
                                                 like a family. Outside of school, life is never easy; some students have


          all students will successfully climb
                                                 problems that could interfere with school life, but they are determined to
                                                 have a better future. I truly admire them because they are able to work
                                                 hard to earn good grades. Then there are the teachers I admire for waking
                                                 up so early in the morning to get to school just to help us learn and then
     the mountain to college.                    get home very late.

                                                 I have learned important lessons at KIPP, but one that I keep with me all the
                                                 time is be the change you want to see. I always complain about everything—I
          We believe closing the                 don’t like to see people homeless, I want animals to be saved, the world
                                                 has trash cans, but I see litter on the floor. If I want the world to change into
                                                 a better place, I can not just sit around and wait for it to happen. I have to
    achievement gap begins with this             make the change happen, even if doing that isn’t easy.

                                                 I chose to go to KIPP because it could help me get a good education and                               Above: Moua,
                                                                                                                                                       sophomore, KIPP
                                                 help me to go to the college of my choice. But when my parents and I
                generation of KIPP Bay Area
                                                                                                                                                       King Collegiate.
                                                 decided I would go to KIPP, I was put back in the fifth grade instead of going                        Left: Moua, fifth
                                                                                                                                                       grader, KIPP Summit
                                                 into sixth as I would have at my old school. This meant I wouldn’t be with                            Academy.
                                                 my old friends, and that I would be in the same grade as my younger twin

            Schools students. We believe         sisters. Even though I was a year older, sometimes my sisters got better
                                                 grades than I did. This made me feel unsure of my abilities and put me in a
                                                 state of chaos, but I was able to survive. I was always taught that students

        together, we are revolutionizing         who repeat a grade are students who did not have good grades. But whenever I looked at my
                                                 grades, they reflected a student who wanted to achieve. I soon got used to the question of why
                                                 I repeated, and began to answer with pride. I knew that I had to sacrifice something to reach my

                   public education
                                                 dreams. Choosing to go to a KIPP school was my first step toward college.

                                                 I’m glad that I am able to grow in an environment that wants students to go to college. I want to
                                                 thank everyone who is giving their time to read this, and to KIPP Summit Academy and KIPP King

              in the Bay Area.                   Collegiate for helping me achieve my goals.


                                                 Sincerely,

                                                 Annabel Moua, class of 2011




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  We believe
 demography
does not define
   destiny.



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                                                                  KIPP Bay Area Schools are located in the under-served neighborhoods                                                middle schools
                                                                  of Bayview Hunters Point and the Western Addition in San Francisco,                                   since 2002   kipp bridge charter school
                                                                  East San Jose, San Lorenzo, and West Oakland.                                                               2003   kipp bayview academy
                                                                                                                                                                              2003   kipp san francisco bay academy
                                                                             west oakland
                                                                                                                                                                              2003   kipp summit academy
                                                 san francisco                                                                                                                2004   kipp heartwood academy
                                                                                    san lorenzo
                                                                                                                     KIPP Bay Area Schools is proving that a zip                  high schools
                                                                                                                     code does not determine a life path. In the             2007 kipp king collegiate
                                                                                                                     Bay Area, five KIPP middle schools and two              2008 kipp san jose collegiate
                                                                                                                     KIPP high schools serving more than 1,800
                                               san francisco bay area
                                                                                                                     students are closing the achievement gap
                                                                                   east san jose
                                                                                                                     between low-income students and their more
                                                                                                                     advantaged peers. After just two years at a
                                                                                                                     KIPP school in the Bay Area, students outper-
                                                                                                                     form 57% of test-takers nationwide in read-
                                the achievement gap                                                                  ing, and 76% of test-takers in math on the
                                                                                                                     Stanford-10 achievement test.
                                                                  Poor and minority youth in the San Francisco
                                                                  Bay Area face a double achievement gap. Not To date, 96% of KIPP Bay Area Schools alumni
                                                                  only do educational inequities exist across are attending college-preparatory high schools.
     California’s African American                                racial and class lines, but California’s aca- Eighty percent of these students are African
                  seventh graders                                 demic performance as a whole trails that of American or Latino.
                                                                  other states.
       read at about the same level
                                                                                                                     the knowlege is power program
            as white third graders.                               In California, middle and upper class public Since inception in 1994, KIPP schools have
                                                                  school students are more than twice as like- proven that with exceptional teaching, more
                                                                  ly to be reading at grade level by the end of time learning, and high expectations for
                                                                  sixth grade than are their economically dis- academic and character development, all
     k i p p b ay a r e a s c h o o l s d e m o g r a p h i c s   advantaged peers. A similar achievement gap students can achieve remarkable results.
                                       Latino/Hispanic            exists between races and continues through- These tuition-free, college-preparatory pub-
    African American
                                                                  out K-12. In 2007, only 53% of California’s lic schools in under-resourced communities
                                                                  African American students and 50% of the help students develop the knowledge, skills,
                      42%             34%                         state’s Latino students graduated from high and character needed to succeed in college
                                                                  school. These achievement gaps between and the competitive world beyond.
                                                                  poor students and their more advantaged
                                      17%
                                                                  peers, as well as the gaps between minority Today, there are 66 KIPP public schools in 19
               Other 3%           Asian/Pacific Islander          students and non-minority students, are not states and the District of Columbia serving
                           4%
                        Caucasian                                 narrowing over time.                               more than 16,000 students. Nationwide, over
                                                                                                                     90% of KIPP students are African Ameri-
                                                                  Even worse, California is at the bottom of the can or Latino and more than 80% of KIPP
                                                                  pack when compared to other states. Califor- students are eligible for the federal free and
        k i p p b ay a r e a s c h o o l s s t u d e n t s
       eligible for free & reduced meals                          nia’s eighth grade Latino and African American reduced-price meals program. Students are
                                                                  students score in the bottom 10% on reading accepted regardless of prior academic record,
                                                                  compared to their counterparts in other states. conduct, or socioeconomic background.
                                                                  Low-income eighth graders in California score
                                      75%                         at the very bottom of the country compared Sources: Education Trust West; The National
                                                                                                                     Assessment of Educational Progress (NAEP), the
                                                                  to low-income students in other states. These only national assessment administered in the country,
                                                                  educational disparities are more than unfair; which allows comparisons across states of student
                                                                  they are in conflict with our nation’s promise achievement levels; 2008 Stanford-10 results.
                                                                  of freedom and opportunity for all.




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 We believe with
high expectations
 and no excuses,
 all students will
successfully climb
  the mountain
     to college.
                                                          On the day they enroll in a KIPP school, all students                                                                                                                       a day with brian britt | sixth grader, kipp bayview academy
                                                          learn that they will graduate from college.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                       7:15    Arrive at school
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                       7:30    Breakfast
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                       7:45    Homeroom


    a college-bound culture
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                       8:30    Social Studies
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                       9:45    English Language Arts
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                       11:00   Science
    With college graduates today earning nearly                                                                                                                                                                                        12:15   Lunch
    twice the salary of high school graduates,                                                                                                                                                                                         12:45   Silent Sustained Reading
    obtaining a college degree has never mat-                                                                                                                                                                                          1:20    Math
    tered more. Eighty percent of Latino parents                                                                                                                                                                                       2:35    Music
    in California expect their children to attain at                                                                                                                                                                                   3:25    Physical Education
    least a four-year college degree, as do 86%                                                                                                                                                                                        4:15    Study Hall
    of African American parents. Yet, in Califor-                                                                                                                                                                                      5:00    Dismissal
    nia, only 9 out of every 100 African American
    high school freshmen end up enrolling in a t h e f i v e p i l l a r s
    four-year university, as do only 7 out of every KIPP schools are founded on a core set of principles known as the Five Pillars: High Expecta-
    100 Latino freshmen.                                  tions, Choice and Commitment, More Time in School, Power to Lead, and Focus on Results.
                                                          The pillars provide the foundation for success at all KIPP schools, while ensuring that each
    With a school culture focused on college, school has the flexibility and autonomy to address the unique needs of its students.
    KIPP Bay Area Schools puts 100% of its
    students on track to defy these statistics.           excellent instruction
    Homerooms are named after the teacher’s               KIPP Bay Area Schools students are challenged and supported each day by world-class
    college alma mater, and classes are known by          teachers who deliver standards-based, meticulously planned, varied instruction. These pro-
    the year students will matriculate to college. fessionals, many of whom hold advanced degrees in their fields, demonstrate an unwavering
    This year, the 2016’s are tackling fractions in       commitment to their students that extends beyond the school day. To ensure that students
    the fifth grade, and the 2011’s are measuring         have the resources and support they need, KIPP teachers are available by cell phone until
    food color diffusion rates in chemistry lab to        8:00 pm to answer students’ questions on coursework.
    understand molecular weight. This college-
    bound culture begins when a student enrolls a c a d e m i c s & c h a r a c t e r s k i l l s                                                                                                            high school placement
    in a KIPP school and continues through college        Many students enter KIPP in the fifth grade at least one grade level—and in many cases two                                                         In order to be prepared for college, it is imperative that every KIPP Bay Area Schools student
    graduation. KIPP Bay Area Schools provides            or more—behind their more privileged peers in reading and math. KIPP middle school stu-                                                            attends a college-preparatory high school. In middle school, high school placement counsel-
    students with not only strong academic skills, dents spend on average 60% more time learning in school than other public middle school                                                                   ors work individually with students and their families to determine the best high school fit, and
    but also the habits of mind and character             students. This allows KIPP Bay Area Schools to provide proper remediation and differentiation                                                      provide assistance navigating the application and testing process. Students are encouraged to
    to succeed in college and the competitive             in the lower grades, when students develop foundational reading, writing, and mathematics                                                          explore attending private, parochial, or charter high schools, including KIPP King Collegiate
    world beyond.                                         skills. KIPPsters are then prepared to move on to more advanced courses such as geometry                                                           and KIPP San Jose Collegiate. To date, 96% of KIPP Bay Area alumni are attending college-
                                                          and expository writing, and develop research and critical thinking skills in the upper grades.                                                     preparatory high schools.
    Sources: US Census Bureau, Educational Attainment     Through a closely-knit culture of teamwork, KIPP schools emphasize developing students’
    in the US, Current Population Surveys, 2006; New
    American Media Poll, Great Expectations, Survey       self-confidence, determination, leadership, and respect for self and others.                     end of year trips                                 kipp high schools
    of Latino, African American, and Asian Parents on                                                                                                      End of year field trips outside of the Bay Area   After an analysis of the college-preparatory high school options and seats available in our
    Education, 2006; California Educational Opportunity   extracurriculars & enrichment                                                                    offer KIPP Bay Area Schools students the          students’ neighborhoods, KIPP Bay Area Schools determined that in order to fulfill our
    Reports: African American and Latino, 2007.
                                                          KIPP Bay Area Schools students benefit from a wide array of extracurricular activities and       opportunity to work as a team in challeng-        mission to prepare all students for success in college, it was necessary to open local KIPP
                                                          enrichment offerings that complement their academics. These opportunities, not typically         ing settings far from school and home. Fifth      high schools. In 2007, KIPP King Collegiate opened in San Lorenzo, and in the fall of 2008,
    KIPP Bay Area Schools students,                       available to low-income students, are critical to a well-rounded education.                      grade students typically visit college cam-       KIPP San Jose Collegiate opened in San Jose. These schools provide a continuum to a
                                                                                                                                                           puses and explore sights in Southern Califor-     student’s KIPP middle school education, and offer a local, free, public school option with an
       parents, teachers, and staff
                                                          Electives offered during the regular school day include art, orchestra, dance, filmmaking,       nia; sixth grade students often go camping        academically rigorous college-preparatory curriculum, Advanced Placement courses, extra-
    create and reinforce a culture of                     foreign languages, and technology. At KIPP middle schools, twice-monthly Saturday school         in Yosemite; seventh grade students might         curriculars, and college counseling.
    achievement and support, which                        sessions offer additional enrichment courses in African drum & dance, cooking, creative          study marine life in Santa Cruz and Monterey
                                                          writing, law, foreign languages, poetry, guitar, and martial arts. For high school students,     or travel to Oregon for the Shakespeare           kipp to college
         begins the day a student                         substantial enrichment continues over the summer. KIPP high schools provide an eight-            Festival; and eighth grade students might         All KIPP Bay Area Schools alumni are supported through their high school and college years.
     enrolls and continues through                        week summer program that places KIPP students in summer camps, pre-college academic              visit New York or Washington, DC for an east      KIPP to College staff maintain relationships with students and offer support and guidance
                                                          programs, volunteer opportunities, and professional internships.                                 coast college expedition.                         through each student’s journey to college graduation.
             college graduation.
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alumni perspectives                                                                                                                 ashley terry | sophomore, the bay school of san francisco
                                                                                                                                    In 2003, you were a founding fifth grader at KIPP Bayview Academy. What were your
                                                                                                                                    impressions of the school during your first few months? I thought KIPP was really strict.
                                                                                                                                    My first class was math with Mr. Hardnett, and he made all of us sit in the first three rows.
                                                                                                                                    He said students who sat further back wouldn’t learn as well. I thought—wow, this school is
                              danilo juarez | junior, bishop o’dowd high school                                                     serious about learning.

                              In 2002, you were a founding fifth grader at KIPP in West Oakland. What were your                     Tell me about one of your influential teachers from Bayview. Ms. Sevilla, my eighth grade
                              impressions of the school during your first few months there? I didn’t get it. I didn’t get           social studies teacher. She knew so much about social studies, and she shared that with us. She
                              the purpose of going to school from 7:30 until 5:00 every day. I didn’t see the point of all that     taught us that our textbooks didn’t tell us everything. She was the best teacher. She always told
                              homework. My teachers in the past had always let things slide. Not teachers at KIPP.                  me to be myself, and not to worry about the little drama that goes on here and there, but to be
                                                                                                                                    attentive to right now. She taught me to look forward. I just love her.
                              When did you begin to understand what it was all about? When I started coming back as
                              an alum. I come back and visit a lot. I see the teachers—I understand what they are doing now         What did you admire about your classmates at Bayview? Since we were the first class,
                              with young students here in West Oakland. I see now how much patience they had with me.               there was no one to look up to, and no one below us. When we became sixth graders, we real-                                          Above: Terry,
                              And when I hear classmates at O’Dowd complaining about a lot of homework, I’m used to                 ized, wow, there are fifth graders who watch our every move. By the time we went to eighth                                           sophomore, The Bay
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                         School. Left: Terry,
                              homework because of KIPP.                                                                             grade, we had grown so much. On the end of year trip to DC, we didn’t want to leave because
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                         fifth grader, KIPP
                                                                                                                                    we knew that was it. As the first class at KIPP Bayview, we took the initiative to step up. We                                       Bayview Academy.
                                                      What are some of the big lessons you learned at KIPP Bridge that              knew we were the foundation of the school. We helped everyone else who was coming in.
                                                      you have taken with you? One of the smaller things my teachers notice         KIPP helped us become leaders.
                                                      is the way I track speakers. I am always focused on the person who is
                                                      talking. I turn around in my seat to pay attention if the speaker is behind   In what ways do you feel Bayview prepared you for The Bay School? Without KIPP, I don’t
                                                      me. I learned that at Bridge. A bigger lesson I learned is to always take     think I would know half the things I do. KIPP sets it up so teachers are available no matter
                                                      accountability for your actions. If you do something wrong, own it.           what, at any time. But when you go from eighth grade to high school, you learn that someone
                                                                                                                                    is not always going to be there holding your hand. KIPP set it up so you had more resonsibilities
                                                      Describe the transition from KIPP Bridge to Bishop O’Dowd. I defi-            every year. It’s kind of like training wheels. You have to learn how to ride the bike without them
                                                      nitely have different classmates at O’Dowd—money has allowed them             eventually. As we grew, we started to let go.
                                                      to grow up really differently from they way I have. But I have everything I
                                                      need. And I’ve become good friends with a lot of them. They’ve brought
                                                      me a different perspective, and I’ve shared mine with them.
                                                                                                                                                              sergio baez | founding freshman, kipp san jose collegiate
     Above: Juarez, junior,                           Did you feel prepared academically? It’s another level at high school.
          Bishop O’Dowd.                                                                                                                                                              In 2004, you were a founding fifth grader at KIPP Heartwood Academy. What were your
                                                      Studying for finals was new, but I’ve done well. My brother passed away
      Right: Juarez, eighth
       grader, KIPP Bridge                            suddenly one year ago. That threw me, but I’ll get back on track.                                                               impressions of the school during your first few months? I had never been to a school that
          Charter School.                                                                                                                                                             made you do the homework, that pushed you. My attitude was really different then, really
                                                      Did your network from KIPP Bridge support you during that time?                                                                 negative. I never wanted to do the homework. I thought I was making the teacher suffer, but I
                                                      Definintely. All the teachers and my classmates from Bridge came to                                                             was only making myself suffer.
                                                      the service. They’ve been there for me throughout, asking how I’m
                                                      doing, what I need, how I’m feeling. I’m okay. I see my brother in my                                                           You said your attitude was different then. What made you change? I used to make
                              dreams. He isn’t here, but he’s around, and he wants me to take care of my mom, my younger                                                              excuses. Mrs. Jackson and Mrs. Ali pushed me. They told me I had to do it by myself. I had to
                              brother, and sisters.                                                                                                                                   work hard. I told myself, Sergio, just do it. If you fail, try again. I just realized that I had to work
                                                                                                                                                                                      hard, for the good of myself. I had to improve myself.
                              What additional opportunities have you had to study outside of school? My teacher at
                              O’Dowd recommended me for a trip with other students to Costa Rica last spring break. We                                                                What makes KIPP Heartwood and KIPP San Jose different from other schools in East
                              spent 12 days on the beach tracking leatherback turtles; they’re endangered. I also went on an                                                          San Jose? One of the differences is that we are pushed. We are pushed to a different level.
                              Outward Bound trip this summer to Alaska. It was 22 days of sea kayaking and mountaineer-                     Above: Baez,                              Normally, freshmen would take a lower level math. My teammates and I are taking Algebra II.
                                                                                                                                         freshman, KIPP                               The teachers grasp the knowledge from a higher level, and bring it to us. That way we are more
                              ing. One day, we got lost. We couldn’t find camp. But it was worth it. How many kids from              San Jose Collegiate.
                              Oakland can say they’ve been lost in Alaska?                                                              Right: Baez, fifth                            prepared for college. Also, in this school—teasing, fights, there is no tolerance for it. If it hap-
                                                                                                                                            grader, KIPP                              pens, the teachers step in and stop it. It makes me feel safe.
                              What colleges are you considering? In sixth grade at Bridge, we visited Howard and George-                     Heartwood
                                                                                                                                               Academy.                               What are you most looking forward to as a high school student? I am looking forward to all
                              town on a trip to DC. We toured a few west coast colleges in eighth grade, but now, it’s hard
                              to get a real feeling for colleges. Ms. Strand and Ms. Stephenson at Bridge are keeping tabs on                                                         the clubs that are going to be started by my fellow teammates. And to the opportunities we’ll
                              me. I know I’ll have support from them. It’s hard to believe I’m almost there.                                                                          be offered in the summers. I am looking forward to getting into higher classes. To having at
                                                                                                                                                                                      least an 80% average in all AP classes. I am looking forward to eleventh grade when we start
                                                                                                                                                                                      sending out applications to college. The four years are definitely going to go by fast. Before I
                                                                                                                                                                                      know it, I will be accepted to the best colleges there are.

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   We believe
   closing the
achievement gap
 begins with this
  generation of
 KIPP Bay Area
Schools students.
                                                         While less than 20% of low-income students enroll in college,                                                                                                                                high school placement
                                                         to date over 80% of KIPP alumni nationwide have matriculated                                                                                                                                 KIPP Bay Area middle school alumni have
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                      earned more than $3 million in need-based
                                                         to colleges and universities.                                                                                 While the achievement gap for low-income,
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                      financial aid and scholarships. Below is a
                                                                                                                                                                               minority students typically widens                                     sampling of high schools KIPP Bay Area

     proving the possible                                                                                                                                                    the longer students remain in school,                                    Schools alumni are attending in the 2008-
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                      2009 school year.
                                                                                                                                                                                 KIPP Bay Area Schools students
     KIPP Bay Area Schools students are steadily hitting benchmarks on the path to college                                                                                            are proving the opposite—                                       boarding
     matriculation. The inaugural KIPP Bay Area Schools fifth graders are now high school                                                                                                                                                             Eastside College Preparatory School
     juniors. A remarkable 96% of KIPP Bay Area middle school alumni are attending college-                                                                                    at KIPP schools, the gap is closing.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                      Hotchkiss School
     preparatory high schools.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                      Piney Woods School
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                      Robert Louis Stevenson
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                      Thacher School

     c a l i f o r n i a s ta n d a r d s t e s t r e s u lt s , 2 0 0 8                                                                           t h e s ta n f o r d a c h i e v e m e n t t e s t
                                                                                                                                                   The Stanford Achievement Test (SAT 10) is a nationally norm-referenced test that                   charter

     english             100                                                                                                                       KIPP uses to track the performance of a common group of KIPP students over time                    City Arts & Technology
     language arts                                                                 76                 KIPP Bay Area Schools Average
                                                           66          66                                                                          and compare their progress with that of students nationally. The average student                   Gateway High School
                                                                                                      California Average
                                              53                                   56                                                              nationwide remains at the 50th percentile each year and thus records zero, or                      KIPP King Collegiate
                                       51          47
                                  43                            49          45          49
                                                                                                                                                   normal, growth.                                                                                    KIPP San Jose Collegiate
                          50
                                                                                              t h e c a l i f o r n i a s ta n d a r d s t e s t                                                                                                      Leadership High School
                                                                                              The California Standards Test measures               In 2004, the average KIPP Bay Area Schools student started fifth grade at the 40th                 Metropolitan Arts & Technology
                                                                                              how well students have learned a set of              percentile of test-takers in the country in math and the 28th percentile of test-takers
                           0                                                                  academic skills established by the state.            in the country in reading. After four years at KIPP, these same students jumped to
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                      magnet
                                 5th grade   6th grade    7th grade   8th grade   9th grade
                                                                                              State criterion-referenced tests show how            the 79th percentile of test-takers nationwide in math and the 60th percentile of test-
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                      Alameda Science & Technology Institute
     m at h              100                                                                  well KIPP schools performed in a given               takers nationwide in reading.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                      Lowell High School
                                                                                              year on state standards as compared with
                                                                                              district and state averages. Subjects required
                                  56 51       54 44        54          53                                                                                                                                                                             p r i vat e / pa r o c h i a l
                                                                41                 40
                                                                                              by the state by each grade level may vary.                   s at 1 0 s h o w s s t u d e n t p r o g r e s s o v e r t i m e
                          50                                                                                                                                                                                                                          Archbishop Riordan
                                                                                              When considered collectively, KIPP Bay Area            100
                                                                            25          24
                                                                                              Schools outperformed the statewide aver-                                                                                                                Athenian School
                                                                                                                                                                                 79
                                                                                              age in all but one grade and subject on the                                                                                                             The Bay School of San Francisco

                           0                                                                  California Standards Test for the 2007-2008                                                                   60                                        Bentley School
                                 5th grade   6th grade    7th grade   8th grade   9th grade   school year.                                            50                                                                                              Bishop O’Dowd High School
                                                                      Algebra     Geometry                                                                              40
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                      Castilleja School
     h i s t o ry –      100                                                                                                                                                                       28
     social science               78                                                                                                                                                                                                                  College Preparatory School
                                                                                                                                                                                                                              Entering Fifth (2004)   Crystal Springs Uplands School
                                       52                                                                   Since inception,                          0                                                                       End of Eighth (2008)
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                      Drew School
                          50                                                                                                                                          Mathematics                    Reading
                                                                                                      KIPP Bay Area Schools’                                                                                                                          Head-Royce School
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                      Immaculate Conception Academy
                                                                                                          high scores on the
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                      International High School
                           0                                                                         California Standards Test                                                                                                                        Lick-Wilmerding High School
                                 8th grade
                                                                                              have ranked them in the top 10%                                                                                                                         Marin Academy
                         100                                                                                                                                                                                                                          The Marin School
     science                                                                                       of California public schools
                                              65                                                                                                                                                                                                      San Francisco Waldorf High School
                                  59                                                               with similar demographics,                                                                                                                         Stuart Hall High School
                                                           49
                                       46
                          50                       36
                                                                42                                      earning each school a                                                                                                                         University High School
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                      Urban School of San Francisco
                                                                                                 perfect “10” on the California
                                                                                                                  75%

                                                                                                   Department of Education’s
                           0
                                 5th grade   8th grade    9th grade                                 Similar Schools Ranking.
                                                          Biology
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   We believe
together, we are
 revolutionizing
public education
in the Bay Area.
                                                        The success of KIPP Bay Area Schools is driven by students, parents,
                                                        educators, and supporters who turn hope into action. Together, we are                                                                                                  By creating, supporting, and sustaining high-performing
                                                        proving that it can be done.                                                                                                                                                 public schools in the San Francisco Bay Area,
                                                                                                                                                                                                                              KIPP Bay Area Schools is proving that low-income students
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  can achieve at high levels, and that excellent schools
                                                                                                                                                                                                                     can positively influence the public education system around them.


     a growing movement
     Just six years ago, the first KIPP school in the
     Bay Area opened with a class of 90 fifth grad-
     ers. Today, our seven schools serve over 1,800
     students. KIPP Bay Area Schools has grown a
     community whose support and achievements
     are demonstrating that despite many chal-          KIPP Bay Area Schools offers the opportunity to improve the economic future and life opportu-
     lenges, public education in our under-served       nities for thousands of children in some of the Bay Area’s most under-served neighborhoods,
     neighborhoods is indeed changing, and can          and to demonstrate to a skeptical public that with the right investment, an equal education for
     positively influence the lives of students and     all can be realized.
     their families.
                                                        w h at i t ta k e s
     Every member of the KIPP Bay Area Schools          In order for KIPP Bay Area Schools to implement its program and achieve the results it does,
     community plays a critical role in its success.    several components must be in place. Teachers are paid more for the extra hours they work
     Visionary school leaders build and main-           and to signal their value as professionals; students are exposed to cultural and educational
     tain healthy, successful institutions through      enrichment opportunities; summer school, Saturday school, and a longer school day and year          the funding gap
     entrepreneurial drive and academic leader-         allow more time for learning; a high-school preparation and advising program sets middle            When adjusted for cost of living, California spending on public education ranks a dismal forty-
     ship. Within our classrooms, teachers spark        school students up for success; and school size is kept relatively small so that all students and   eighth in the nation. While money alone is not sufficient to close the achievement gap, extra
     students’ interest in learning and direct their    their families are well-known and cared for. These essential elements of the KIPP program cost      resources make a difference, particularly in the KIPP model where funds are used effectively
     focus toward the future, even for those who        more than the state funding formula allocates in California.                                        to maximize learning. In stark contrast to other states where the funding formula allocates
     never thought college possible. Mission-                                                                                                               more resources to high minority and high poverty districts, high poverty districts in California
     driven staff provide the support schools need                                                                                                          systematically underfund schools serving a high percentage of minority students.
     to thrive, and board members contribute               total cost per student, 2007–2008: $10,232                                                       Source: 2005 education spending per pupil, from Education Week.
     invaluable guidance and serve as ambas-
     sadors to the larger Bay Area community.
                                                                                    High school placement
     Donors, exhibiting incredible generosity and
                                                               $2,768
                                                                                    College visits & field lessons                                                         per pupil state funding, 2007–2008
     faith in our students, ensure that schools
                                                                                    Extended hours
     have adequate resources to help students
                                                                                    Academic support                                                             $15,000
     climb the mountain to college. And at the                                                                                                                                                         $13,000
                                                                                    Enrichment classes                                                                                                                  $12,091
     center of our community, our students and
     families prove every day that with hard work                                   Summer school                                                                $12,000
     and determination, all students can achieve                                    Launch of KIPP King Collegiate
                                                               $7,464
     remarkable results.                                                            New school development (KIPP San Jose Collegiate)                                                                                                    $8,000
                                                                                                                                                                 $9,000

                                                                                                                                                                                   $6,200
                                                                                                                                                                 $6,000


                                                                                       Private Sector Funding
                                                                                                                                                                  $3,000
                                                                                       Public Sector Funding
                                                                                       (includes local, state, and federal funds)
                                                                                                                                                                      $0
                                                                                                                                                                                 california              dc            new york         georgia



                                                                                                                                                            Source: 2007 KIPP Foundation Report Card
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2007-2008 financials                                                                                                             kipp in the news




       kipp bay area schools 2007–2008 revenue: $18,758,729*                                                            “...KIPP schools, [are] the best-known and
                                                                                                                          arguably the most successful network of
                                                   Interest Income                                                        charter schools in the country.”
                                                   $99,198                       Regional Support Office
                                                                                 $1,698,446
                                                                                                                                 —Paul Tough, New York Times
                                                   0.5%
      Student Fees (lunch, bus, uniforms)
                                 $179,056                     9.1%
                                       1%
                                                                                                                        “ The most advanced [charter school group]
                                                                                                                          ... is the Knowledge is Power Program—
                                                                                                                          KIPP...Its test score results continue to be
                        Private Funding         26.6%                          54.8%          State and Local Funding     impressive. No other program has shown
                            $4,996,744                                                        $10,280,519                 gains as great for as many poor children
                                                                                                                          as KIPP has done.”
                                                                                                                                 —Jay Matthews, Washington Post
                                                         8%


                                       Federal Funding
                                                                                                                        “ The public school establishment and its
                                            $1,504,766                                                                    political supporters continue to talk about
                                                                                                                          closing academic achievement gaps, but
                                                                                                                          charters like KIPP...are actually getting
       * FY 2007–2008 unaudited financials
                                                                                                                          the job done.”
                                                                                                                                 —Editorial, The Wall Street Journal



                                                                                                                        “ We know what works...at KIPP schools,
       kipp bay area schools 2007–2008 expenditures: $16,155,845*                                                         more than 80% of 16,000 randomly
                                                                                                                          selected low-income students go to col-
                                                                                                                          lege, four times the national average for
                                                                                        Interest Expenses                 poor kids.”
                                                                                        $8,201
                                                                                                                                 —Jonathan Alter, Newsweek
                                                                                        0.1%



                                                                                                                        “ All the Bay Area KIPP schools have had
                                                                                19.7%         Instructional Expenses
                               Personnel           56.4%                                      $3,164,328                  strong results on state tests, especially
                              $9,133,398                                                                                  when compared with other schools in
                                                                                                                          their districts. Test results now show it’s
                                                                                                                          paying off, but the kids already knew it.
                                                                               9.3%
                                                                                            Administrative Expenses
                                                                                                                          As one student told us...‘We work really
                                                                                            $1,501,682                    hard and we’re number one.’”
                                                                 8.1%   6.4%
                                                                                                                                 —ABC News
                                                                                   Regional Support Office
                                                          Facilities
                                                                                   $1,041,093
                                                         $1,307,143


       * FY 2007–2008 unaudited financials


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 thank you.
     The following donors gave         Cecily Cameron        Joseph R. McMicking           $1,000 to $4,999              Phyllis & Richard Kluger       Whole Foods                  Susan & Drew Hagen            Abby Ramirez                John Beaven                Chris Fink
     to KIPP Bay Area Schools            & Derek Schrier       Foundation                  Abbo Family Fund              Erin & Jeffrey Lager           Dede Wilsey                  Felicity Hannay               Phyllis & Paul Robbins      Johan Beckles              Larry Fink
     between July 1, 2007 and June     Clif Bar Foundation   JP Morgan Chase Foundation    Laurie Adams                  Cathy Lego                     Grant Winfrey                  & James Wood                Reverend Whitney Roberson   Janet Bilden               John Finley
     30, 2008. Gifts include dona-     Dean Witter FoundationJunior League                 Noah Alper                    Patricia & Jim Ludwig          Rosalind O. Womack           Rose Hartwig                  Christopher Roeder          Sarah & Rob Blatner        Frances Flaherty
     tions designated for individual   Laura & John Fisher     of San Francisco            Anonymous                     Mary-Ragan MacGill             Holly Wood                   Miranda Heller                George Roeth                Lynn & Ross Boerhave       William Flury
     schools and scholarships.                               Juniper Networks
                                       Cheryl Frank & Michael Linn                         Nancy & Joachim Bechtle         & Ho Nam                     Yahoo! Employee Foundation   Leo Helzel                    Sally & Toby Rosenblatt     Kim Bowen                  Gretchen & Matthew Frank
                                       GGS Foundation        Mimi & Dan Kingsley           Lily & Tom Beischer           Leigh & Bill Matthes                                        Jacqueline Holen              Maria Ross                  Jennifer & Henry Bowles    Matt Garlinghouse
     $500,000 and above                Warren Hellman        Kokari Foundation             Mehrnaz Boroumand Smith       Gina Maya                      $250 to $999                   & Bill Jackson              Sharon Rubens               Lisa Brisch                Jim Gilliland
     Charles & Helen Schwab            Mary A. Crocker Trust Land & Sea Restaurants, LLC     & Brian Smith               Janet McKinley                 Amgen Foundation             Jennifer Holleran             Jim Ryan                    Dearleene & Del Brown      Brian Goler
       Foundation                      Michelson Trust       Kristen & Peter Lane          Adria & Beau Brown            Gregory Miliotes               Bain & Company, Inc.         Claire Hughes-Johnson         Pam Sagan                   Nancy Brown                Elizabeth Gomez
     Arthur Rock                       Jessica & Jason MomentDagny Maidman                 Mimi Brown & Alp Ercil        Bill Millichap                 Rhoda & Robert Barnhard      Lynn & Bill Intrater          Susie & Ted Schaefer        Michael Buerger            Debbie & Kirk Goodere
                                       San Francisco 49ers   Leesa Miao & Martin Romo      Lori & Kurt Buecheler         Sally Osman Moltzen            Jamie Barrett                Cindy & Hans Juette           Philip Schild               Maureen Burke              Thelma & Benjamin Green
     $100,000 to 499,999                 Foundation          Ken Monahan                   Patricia & Bill Burger        Diana Nelson & John Atwater    Sharon & Joseph Barthmaier   Dokleida & Andrew Kawaja      Robert Schmeltzer           Chris Butler               Talitha Green-Ling
     The Atlantic                      Conty Seely           Meridee Moore & Kevin King    Carole & Lloyd Carney         Eve Niquette & Charles Pohl    Aylin & Andrew Bell          Fran Kaye                     Koren Scruggs               Richard Carey                & David Ling
       Philanthropies Inc.                                   Anna & Garrison Morfit
                                       Silver Giving Foundation                            Stacey Case                   Julie & Will Parish            Rich Boberg                  Hope Kingsley                 Alicia Seiger & Mark Hayes  Stephen Carlson            Frances Greenberg
     Bill & Melinda Gates              Spotlight Foundation  Sabrina Moyle                 Carrie & Mark Casey           Liebe & Bill Patterson         Gabe Bodhi                   Catherine Sansum Kirkman      Craig Severance             Cathy Carney               Fredrica Greene
       Foundation                                              & Julian Abdey
                                       Thomas J. Long Foundation                           Charles Schwab Corporation    Karen & Chris Payne            Daniel Brown                 Evan & Dal LaMagna            Dolph Shapiro               Bob Cerf                   Lauren Greenfield
     Doris & Donald Fisher             Wayne & Gladys Valley Oakland A’s Community Fund      Foundation                  Betty Peters                   Castro Valley Blaze          Robert Lawrence               Nancy & Warren Simmons      Marc Chaput                Bendu Griffin
     Fitzpatrick Foundation              Foundation          Susan & Bill Oberndorf        Clorox Company Foundation     Kenneth Phillippi              Tim Chang                    Brian Lee                     Judy Sleeth                 Chicago Interactive        Anne Gross
     Hot Topic Foundation              Wells Fargo FoundationOpus Group                    John Coghlan                  Katherine Phillips             Nandini & Mathews Cherian    Lehman Brothers               Judith Stephenson             Marketing Association    Sonal Gupta
     KIPP Foundation                                         Louise Muhlfeld Patterson     Kelly Corrigan & Ed Lichty    Corey Pigeon                   Janis & Ed Cherry            Leist & Tada Trust            Liz & Jim Steyer            Brandi & Pete Chilian      Elizabeth Gyorey
     Koret Foundation             $5,000 to $24,999          JaMel & Tom Perkins           Ruth & Bruce Cowan            Marli Reifman                  Susan Choquette              Maryon Davies Lewis           Barbara & Charles Stone     Steven Ching               Lauren Hamilton
     Tipping Point Community      Adobe Foundation           Mary Robinson                 Carla & David Crane           William Robbins                Jane & Al Cooper             Todd Lewis                    Roselyne “Cissie” Swig      Kimberly                   David Hamsher
     Grace & Steven Voorhis       Anonymous                  Marsha Rosenbaum              Susan & David Cumming         Ellen Rosenbaum                Angelina Coronado            Valerie Lewis                 Nancy Tompkins                 & William Chrisholm     Sarah & Mike Handelsman
     Walton Family Foundation     Bay Area Sports              & John Irwin                Lissa Dutton & Danny Shader   Ms. Rosenfeld & Dr. Barnhard   Arthur De Cordova III        Jennifer & Reid Liebhaber     Erin Toomey                 Mary Cloos                 Stuart Hanlon Law Offices
     William K. Bowes, Jr.          Hall of Fame             Robert Rosner                 Cornelia & Charles Ellwein    Paul Sack                      Jerry Ditto                  Joan Lonergan                   & Moneka Hewlett          Jonathan Cluett            Peter Hansen
       Foundation                 BeVocal                    Jodi & Jack Russi             Episcopal Homes Foundation    San Francisco Garden Club      Phyllis & William Draper       & John Merrow               Richard Valliere            Darryl B. Cobb             Ruthellen Harris
                                  Ruth & Charles Billingsley San Francisco Foundation      Evelyn & Walter Haas, Jr.     Elizabeth & Rob Schoeben       Leslie & Rafael Edelman      Loring, Wolcott               Kirby Walker                Wendy & Steve Colmus       Esther Haslam
     $50,000 to $99,999           Bodri Foundation           Lisbeth & Daniel Schorr         Fund                        Suzanne & Will Schutte         Paul Escobosa                  & Coolidge                    & Paul Danielson          Lori & Mark Congress         & Cameron Haslam
     All Stars Helping Kids, Inc. Nina & Chris Buchbinder    Christine & Kevin Schwartz    Lycia & Rocky Fried           Sue Siegel                     Dana & Tony Fenwick          Doreen & Larry Low            T. Gordon Welton            Christopher Corey          David Hearth
     Anonymous                    Jack Cakebread             Ruth & A. L. Seward           Marianne                      Danny Silberman                James MP Feuille             Steve Mancini                 Anita Whitehead             Laura Cotton               Elizabeth Heaton
     Capital Group                Citigroup Foundation       Richard Singer                  & Herbert Friedman          James Slavet                   Winnie Fink                  James Marchetti               Jennifer Williams           Sandra Coughlin            Robin Heldman
       Companies Charitable       Cleo Foundation            Laura & Greg Spivy            Kristen & Brad Garlinghouse   Nick Slonek                    Elizabeth Fisher             Lois & Gary Marcus            Scott Williams              Judah Dardik               Cathy Henning
       Foundation                 Diana Cohen & Bill Falik   Stanley S. Langendorf         Frances & Ted Geballe         Michael F. Smith               Shari & Dave Flick           Joan & Gordon Marks           Susan Wilner & David Golden Robin Dean                 Ryan Hill
     Charter Schools Growth Fund Penny & Jim Coulter           Foundation                  Gess Donor Fund               Kim Nunes Solomon              Pat Forster                  Frank C. Martinez             Dottie Wilson               Joe DeGirolamo             Debra Hilleboe
     Gap Foundation               Charlie Couric             Madeline and Isaac Stein      Michael Go                    Larry Solomon                  Sam Fort                     Elcye Melmon                    & Robert Thompson         Sara Demedeiros            Bill Hoehler
     Genentech Foundation for     Michael Crowley            Sarah Stein                   Loren & Michael Gordon        Lisa & Glenn Solomon           FSN Bay Area                 Elizabeth & Robert Meltzer    Kari Wolff                  Shonna Dreier              Alma Irving
       Biomedical Sciences        Chuck Daggs                Stephen F. Lehane             Colleen Gormley               Elizabeth Stahl                Linda Galliani-Baker         Microsoft                     Gerald Yanowitz             Pam Drury                  Jaja Jackson
     House Family Foundation      Nancy and Hugh Ditzler       Memorial Fund               Alisha & Sean Griffey         Jennifer & Josh Stein            & Michael Baker            Stephen Moffitt                                             & Jeff Wattenmaker       Bill Jaeger
     Wendy Holcombe               Dodge & Cox                TechCrunch                    Allison & Timothy Hatch       Tenley Stephenson              Kimberly & Jonathan          Marie Mookini                 up to $249                  Carol Dutton-Hollenberg    Claudia Jasin
       & Carl Kawaja              Lauren Dutton & Glen Tripp ValueAct Capital              Thomas Holland                  & John Pimental                Garfinkel                  Northern California           Maura & Steve Abernethy     Alexandra Echery           Bettie Jelks
     Kimball Foundation           Dana & Robert Emery        Katie Vogelheim               Kristin Horne                 Kevin Stone                    Neil Garfinkel                 Grantmakers                 Chandra Alexandre           Phyllis & Jim Eggert       John Jelks
     Stephenson Foundation        Andrea Evans & Chris Lehane & John Hansen                Michael Hottinger             Don Strand                     Kim Garlinghouse             Janet Ogata                   Deborah Allmon              Jacqueline Ekstrom         Iana Kiri Jones
     WLS Spencer Foundation       Mary Felton                Bernard Von Bothmer           Jim Hulburd                   Craig Sullivan                   & Eliott Jones             O’Melveny & Myers, LLP        Anne & Lou Alvarez          Javed Ellahie              Cindy Kam
                                  Fleishhacker Foundation    Greg Wendt                    Leslie & George Hume          Symantec                       Nicole & Ryan Gilbert        John Owsley                   Kevika Amar                 Patrick Ellis              John Kanberg
     $25,000 to $49,999           French American            Ted Williams                  Susan Hyatt                   Sakiko & Tomonori Tani         Arnie Glassberg              Anne Marie & Wylie Peterson   Tripp Ames                  Marlon Evans               Jeffrey Karp
     ArcLight Partners              Charitable Trust         William Wilson                Laurene Powell Jobs           TPG Capital, LLP               David Glickman               PG&E                          Anonymous                   Mr. & Mrs John Fainter     Christl Kasler
     Joan & Peter Avenali         Meg Garlinghouse           Edwin Winder                  David Johnson                 Soo & Raj Venkatesan           Teresa Goebel                Carrie Schwab Pomerantz       Applera                     Janie & Charles Feathers   Paulette Kessler
     Bari Lipp Foundation         Anne Gust & Jerry Brown                                  Hazel & Michael Kawaja        Susan Weeks                      & Mike Zweibelman            & Gary Pomerantz            Carol & Charles Arnold      Michael Feinberg           Beverly Kitz
     Preston Butcher              Roberta & Rick Intrater                                  Laura King & Richard Pfaff      & David Coulter              John Golob                   Power Integrations            Susannah Baldwin            Alice & Les Ferguson       Kathleen & Walter Krueger
                                                                                           Nancy Klehr & Jon Eager       Lynn & Peter Wendell           Google                       Kendra & Erik Ragatz          Geraldine & Richard Bauer   Kendra Ferguson            Charlotte & Donald Lamp




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                                                                                                                           2008–2009 board of directors
                                                                                                                                     Rick Intrater, Chair       Don Fisher              Joan Lonergan
                                                                                                                                     John Philip Coghlan        Doris Fisher            Amy Morgenstern
                                                                                                                                     Michael Crowley            Lydia Glassie           Satya Patel
                                                                                                                                     David Cumming              Jacquelyn Hadley        David Paulson
                                                                                                                                     Chuck Daggs                Constance Heldman       Mary Robinson
                                                                                                                                     Lauren Dutton              Carl Kawaja             Jason Rodriguez
                                                                                                                                     Brewster Ely               Mimi Kingsley           Beth Sutkus Thompson
                                                                                                                                     Bill Falik                 Dr. Joi Lewis
 Lorene & Christopher Lamp      Hollis M. Pierce             Peter Taback

                                                                                                                           2008–2009 school leaders
 Lelia Ann & Lawrence Lanctot   Italy Pittman                Christina Tapia
 Dana Lawrence                  Ryan Plotner                 Samad Tariq
 Laura Layton                   Nora Puckett                 Gladys Thacher                                                          Cathy Cowan, kipp summit academy
 Matthew Leary                  Meredith Quinn               Gerald Thomas                                                           Melissa Gonzales, kipp san jose collegiate
 Kate & Tony Leness               & Jason Whaley             Beth & Blake Thompson                                                   Tim Hughes, kipp san francisco bay academy
 David Levitt                   Noelle Ramos-Vasconcelos     Victoria Thorpe                                                         Lolita Jackson, kipp heartwood academy
 Maureen Lewis                  Amy Rees                       & James Migdal                                                        David Ling, kipp bridge charter school
 John Leyba                     Rob Reich                    Kevin Uno                                                               Jason Singer, kipp king collegiate
 Elana Lieberman                Shane Reilly                 Jessica Van Dyke                                                        Molly Wood, kipp bayview academy
    & Lorne Abramson            Lance Riley                  Deanne Violich
 David Linsmayer                Rebecca Roberson             Flor Vurek
 Michelle Longosz
    & Matt Hammer
                                Bob Rodert
                                Rebecca Rodnitzky
                                                             Mark C. Walker
                                                             Leslie Wallace
                                                                                                                           2008–2009 kipp bay area schools faculty & staff
 Annie Luetkemeyer              Martina & Fred Roediger      Susan Watanabe                                                          Shuaib Ahmed               Dan Currie              Jared Kushida          Patrinia Sandles
 Colleen Mackay                 Tess Roering                   & David White                                                         Leyla Akincilar            Lorie Delizo            Dawn Larkin            Patty Santiago
 Alastair Mactaggart            Tahni & Tony Rogers          Ilene Weinreb                                                           Sehba Ali                  Jamie Dillemuth         Joan Le                Chris Schaefer
 Donald Magnin                  Tina Sachs                   Ruth Weinstein                                                          Marites Alves              Catherine Dobroff       Kerry Levenberg        Harold Schneider
 Carmen Maldonado               Julia Saliba                 Ellyn Weisel                                                            Christel Andersen          Leticia Dorado          Sarah Lightfoot        Charlene Sevilla
 June & David Marinoff          L. Frank Salisbury           Wendy Weiss                                                             Suzette Anderson           Amy Dundas              Cynthia Long           Louisa Shields
 K.G. Martinez                  Tariq Samad                  Denise Wesalainen                                                       Catherine Arenson          Cassie Duprey           Jan Lufkin             Heidy Shinn
 Karen Massa                    Christine Schaaf             Victoria & Robert Wesseler                                              Blair Ashley               Leslie Eichler          Thanh Luong            Barbara Siler
 Jill Matthews                  Frances & Ann Schiavoni      Barbara & Chris Westover                                                Kate Belden                Ben Eller               James Maconochie       Sharifa Siti
 Liz Maw                        Barbara Schaaf Schock        Phyllis White-Ayanruoh                                                  Lisa Belland               Karen Fairhurst         Serena Maniscalco      Jennifer Smith
 Judith & Patrick McNarny       Jonathan Schorr              Laurie Williams & Allan Zabel                                           Chloe Bellows              M. Paz Fernandez        Kara Mannix            Matt Smith
 Saundie & Miles McPhee         Ann & Dennis Schwartz        Frances & Michael Wilson                                                Mahreez Berloui            Maureen Ferry           Elizabeth Mayorga      Wendy Smith
 Cassie Meltzer                 Jonathan Schwartz            Natausha Wilson                                                         Joshua Best                Michelle Finnerty       Loretta McBride        Mirna Sosa
 Mckenna & Doug Michel          Deborah Shepherd             Maxine & Marvin Winer                                                   Elizabeth Betancourt       Veronica Flores         Susana Mena            Lindsey Steele
 Barbara & Rod Milanovich       Carolyn & Allan Sittnick     Melinda Winter                                                          Phyllis Bettencourt        Steven Frederick        Elmer Merlos           Cameron Stephenson
 Elizabeth & David Miller       Gay & Hans Slade             Charlotte & David Winton                                                Diane Bezucha              Caroline Gaudiani       Maricar Montano        Elizabeth Stoll
 Katie & Scott Mitic            Patricia Garrett Smithline   Jean Wong                                                               Joseph Bielecki            Cindy Gerber            Megan Montgomery       Erika Strand
 Makijah Moody                    & Neil Smithline           Julie Wong                                                              Paul Bixenstine            Lydia Glassie           Julianne Moscovitz     Christopher Street
 Esther & Bob Mott              Serena SooHoo-Moy            Margaret Hollis Wood                                                    Marya Brennan              Curt Goehring           Carolyn Mulloy         Beth Sutkus Thompson
 Andrea & Daniel Mulshenock     Deborah & Michael Sosebee    Julie & Mike Wright                                                     Trinity Broderick          Sylvia Gonsalves        Inma Muñoz             Michele Sutton
 Liliana C. Naficy-Royal        Jim Spare                    Clara Young                                                             Adam Brown                 Irma Gonzalez           Kerry Muse             Kristen Szewczyk
    & Kenneth E. Royal          Linda & Robert Spencer                                                                               Anthony Brown              Alicia Greenwald        Alison Nash            Elaine Tang
 George Nichols                 William Sprague                                                                                      Matthew Brown              Jerry Guarino           Brittany Ojala         Judy Tang
 Erik Nierenberg                Ruth & Alan Stein                                                                                    Megan Brown                Lauren Guza             Sarah Olsen            Andy Taylor-Fabe
 William Norton                 Cameron Stephenson                                                                                   Jose Caraballo             Denise Hall             Nathan Pace            Nao Teshima
 William P. Norton              Peter Stoll                                                                                          Lorraine Cathey            Lauren Hamilton         Ana Payés              Justin Thiel
 John O’Neill                   Erika Strand                                                                                         Melanie Chan               Sarah Hamilton          Stephanie Payés        Sarah Tin
 Anne Pauwels                   John Straubel                                                                                        Nithya Chandra             Pete Hannibal           Todd Petersen          Ashley Varady
 Sordia Perry                   Lucille & Thomas Sutkus                                                                              Loc Chau                   Richard Hernandez       Joel Portillo          Danny Walker
 Barbara & Albert Peters        Marilyn & Tom Swartz                                                                                 Susanne Chea               Sherrye Hubbard         Joseph Prohaska        David Walton
                                                                                                                                     Haoyu Chen                 Anisha Jain             Cheyenne Pronga        Jamil Wells
                                                                                                                                     H. Sebastian Cherng        Amie Jan                Ambri Pukhraj          Samara Wenten
                                                                                                                                     James Cirineo              Sheryll Johnson         Mike Rettberg          Micah Westerman
                                                                                                                                     Jamie Coleman              Tiffani Johnson         Kelsey Riley           Tsegu Wolde-Michael
                                                                                                                                     Patricia Colhour           Lal Jones-Bey           Elmer Rivera           Bing Yang
                                                                                                                                     Sundown Collins            Eden Kennedy-Hoffmann   Brien Roberts          Lakisha Young
                                                                                             photography by andrew davis             Sherry Congrave-Wilson     Jennifer Keyte          Gabriela Román         Enric Zappa
                                                                                             printing by lahlouh                     Jesse Corburn              Lilly Kim               Emily Rummo            Paymon Zarghami
                                                                                                                                     Sandra Coughlin            Deborah Kimble          Dennis Ryan            Rachel Zell
                                                                                                                                     Sharon Cravanas            Katie Kirkpatrick       Kerianne Ryan          Lisa Zhang
                                                                                                FPO—FSC Seal                         Ronald Cunningham          Holly Kucek             Shipley Salewski

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     the mission of kipp bay area schools is to prepare students with the academic skills, intellectual habits,
     and qualities of character necessary to succeed in high school, college, and the competitive world beyond.




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