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School Leader

Salomé Portugal – View Bio

Mission

KIPP Summit Academy (KSA) students, families and staff prepare every child to go to and through college and lead choice-filled lives. KSA is a Team and family defined by growth mindset, self-reflection, and mutual respect. Through teamwork and academic excellence, KSA students become passionate readers and critical thinkers who realize their highest potential to benefit themselves, their families, and their community.

History

KIPP Summit Academy opened its doors in 2003 and is a pulic charter middle school in San Lorenzo, California. KIPP Summit is open to all students and focused on preparing students for college and choice-filled lives. KIPP Summit fosters within its faculty, students and their families the desire, discipline, and dedication necessary to achieve a college education. The majority of KIPP Summit students go on to enroll at KIPP King Collegiate High School, co-located on the same campus.

Enrollment and Demographics

418 students, grades 5–8

58% Latino
32% Asian
3% African American
7% Other

22% Students are English Language Learners and 75% of our students are from non-English speaking homes
8% Students with special needs
75% of students qualify for free and reduced-price meals

Location

Contact

2005A Via Barrett
San Lorenzo, CA 94580
Phone: (510) 258-0106
Fax: (510) 258-0097
Email: ksa_info@kippbayarea.org

Enroll

<!– Applications for the 2017-18 school year are now open. You can submit your online application here.–>

For questions, contact Blanca Mora, Administrative Assistant

Phone: (510) 258-0106
Fax: (510) 258-0097
Email: blancaamora@kippsummit.org

KIPP Summit Academy is a 2014 National Blue Ribbon recipient.

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To review the 2017-18 Local Control Accountability Plan for KIPP Summit Academy, click here.

Review their Local Educational Agency Plan (LEA) here.

Learn more about Title IX here.

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