KIPP Stockton Community

We are proud to be a part of the Stockton community! 

Teach in Stockton

We are grateful to the community partners and leaders who encouraged us to partner with them to open a network of tuition free public schools open to all students in Stockton.  

Together with families and communities, we create joyful, academically excellent schools that prepare students with the confidence and skills to pursue the paths they choose — college, career and beyond — so they can lead fulfilling lives and build a more just world.  We believe every child can grow up free to create the future they want for themselves and their communities.

We are currently enrolling students at two KIPP Stockton campuses!  

KIPP Stockton Middle School (Grade 5&6)
742 Dallas Avenue
Stockton, CA 94206


KIPP University Park Middle School (Grade 6)
820 N American Street
Stockton CA 95202


Coming soon! 

We are building brand new facilities for both of our growing schools! KIPP opened its first school in Stockton at Conway Homes in August 2021. We are remodeling an existing building to welcome more students next year. At University Park we are excited to offer our students a unique learning environment in the heart of Stockton in a new, up-to-date facility, including a multi-purpose room and play area. Construction begins in 2022. 


KIPP Stockton Middle School at Conway Homes
KIPP Stockton Middle School at Conway Homes
KIPP University Park Middle School
KIPP UP Middle School - Classroom #2
KIPP UP Middle School - Classroom #1
University Park Site
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The future of KIPP Stockton

This August, KIPP opened its first school in Stockton with fifth grade. We have plans to grow to a network of five public schools that serve grades TK-12th grade and support students through whatever path they choose – college or career.

Elementary school
Grades TK-4

Opening in 2023 & 2024

Middle school
Grades 5-8

Opened 2021 & 2022

High school
Grades 9-12

Opening 2025

College & Careers

What makes KIPP schools special?

 Free public school open to all, including students with special needs.

94% of KIPP high school graduates go to college.

Free after school enrichment. 

Extra supports: counselors, advisors & psychologists 

Our Community Partners

County public housing authority that leases a school facility to KIPP at Conway Homes.

Family resource centers with an integrated services team based at KIPP Stockton Middle School.

Tenant organization representing Conway Homes residents with an office at KIPP Stockton Middle School.

Non-profit community based organization helping families achieve self-sufficiency and social integration through education, legal services, workshops, counseling, and more.

Spotlight on Conway Homes   

KIPP’S Conway Homes partnerships are aimed at supporting child health and development in South Stockton.

In February 2019, the Housing Authority of the County of San Joaquin (HACSJ) invited KIPP Northern California to respond to an RFQ to make an anchor investment in Conway Homes – a  public housing project located in South Stockton. HACSJ selected KIPP to operate a public school at Conway Homes, both to bring a high-quality educational option to Conway Homes families and to help catalyze change for the Conway Homes community to improve long-term quality of life for its residents. 

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Stephanie Espinoza
Stephanie Espinoza, KIPP Stockton Parent
My daughter loves her school. She is thriving here and learning so much!
Porscha Johnson
Porscha Johnson, KIPP Stockton parent
We are so happy here. Everyone is so nice and supportive!
Pandora Crowder
Pandora Crowder, KIPP Stockton parent & Conway Homes Resident Council President
My son told me that he was not smart enough to go to school...then 4 weeks into school my son is happy and excited, he even stays after school to participate more! KIPP was the best possible decision I could have ever made.
Alexis Jones
Alexis Jones, KIPP Stockton parent
We really appreciate the strong academics and the focus on preparing students for college.
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