KIPP Bridge is a public school, free and open to all students. English language learners and students with disabilities are encouraged to apply. We are accepting applications for the 2019-2020 school year!
KIPP Bridge is patterned with EnrollOak.org for applying to our school online. Please log in to Enroll Oakland Charter to submit an application.
Make sure to select KIPP Bridge Academy from the list of schools. If you wish, you may also visit the school to apply in person. RSVP below to visit our school on one of our upcoming Open House dates. We look forward to hearing from you!
On Thursday, March 14 you should see all your charter school lottery results in your student dashboard. The deadline to decide to accept or decline a charter school offer is April 2, 2019.
Join us at our Enrollment Lottery! We will be running our Lottery on March 6, 2019 at 5PM. Join us at the Upper School to see live the results of enrollment for this year. Please reach out to our Main Office if you have any questions!
About KIPP Bridge Academy
School Important Dates & Reminders:
KIPP Family Association (KFA) Parent Meetings: Last Mondays, 4:30PM – Upper School Art Room
Parent Principal Coffee Parent Meetings: First Fridays, 7:45AM – Upper School MPR
February Break: Monday February 18 – Friday February 22
Spring Break: Friday March 22 – Monday April 1
Founded in 2002, KIPP Bridge Academy is a K-8 public charter school located in West Oakland that is free and open to all students. With an extended school schedule, high expectations, and a focus on results, KIPP Bridge Academy students are proving the possible. KIPP Bridge Academy is a California Distinguished Charter School and is in the top ten percent of all public schools in the state.
The vision of KIPP Bridge Academy is to provide all students with an outstanding education that emphasizes critical thinking, reading, and writing. This education, along with the promotion of excellent citizenship and the appreciation of diversity, will develop college-bound community leaders.
The mission of KIPP Bridge Academy is to develop the academic knowledge, skills, and character traits necessary for students to achieve success in the finest high schools and colleges, and the competitive world beyond.
Enrollment and Demographics
565 students, grades TK–8
57% African American
20% English Language Learners (2015-16 KIPP Data)
9% Students with Special Needs
74% qualify for federal free and reduced-price meals
2018-2019 Team & Family Handbook:
1700 Market Street
Oakland, CA 94607
Fax: (510) 874-6796
Bridge Rising Main Office:
Phone – (510) 874-7255
Bridge Upper School Main Office:
Phone – (510) 543-0078
To review the 2018-19 Local Control Accountability Plan (LCAP), click here.
To review KIPP Bridge Academy’s most recent School Accountability Report Card (SARC), click here.
To review their Local Educational Agency Plan (LEA), click here.
Learn more about Title IX, click here.