S27 to Expand KIPP DC Campus on Blaine Street

News—————14 July 2014

S27 has been awarded the expansion of the KIPP DC: ATA Campus located on Blaine Street NE in Washington, DC. The project will provide 30,000 to 40,000 additional square feet of classrooms while renovating 70,000 square feet of existing pre-K through 5th grade educational spaces.

KIPP DC is a network of high performing public charter schools whose mission is to create and sustain the highest quality college preparatory school system for the most underserved communities in Washington, DC. KIPP, generally hailed as the country’s most successful experiment in educating low-income minority youths, came to the District in 2001 when KIPP DC: KEY Academy opened in a church basement in Anacostia with a group of 80 5th graders.

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