KIPP Halifax College Prep Public School

KIPP Halifax College Prep Public School

In expanding to Halifax County, our Pride will show what is possible in NC’s lowest performing school district and prove that a student’s demography should not determine a student’s destiny.

Enroll Button copyApplying for KIPP Halifax began on January 14th. A lottery for admission will be held in April if KIPP Halifax receives more applications than can be accommodated at a particular grade level. Click here to apply.

At KIPP Halifax College Preparatory we are dedicated to teaching students to be involved, active learners who work hard, think critically and creatively, and communicate effectively. We emphasize high expectations for all students and support them to reach their full potential. Our core values and beliefs function as explicit foundational commitments to creating a high-quality learning environment through strong school culture and character development. KIPP Halifax is led by Principal Andrew Allen.


The strength of the Pride is the Lion.  The strength of the Lion is the Pride.

We have an individual and collective desire to strive for excellence in all we do.  All of us will learn and achieve our goals, both academically and behaviorally.


Teachers have three loves:  love of learning, love of learners, and love of bringing the first two loves together.  –Scott Hayden

We value close professional relationships with others. It is through these relationships we create an environment where students know we care about them and their learning.


Perseverance (Grit) is the hard work you do after you get tired of doing the hard work you already did.  – Newt Gingrich

We are focused on short and long term goals finishing and completing them despite obstacles.


As we express our gratitude, we must never forget that the highest appreciation is not to utter words, but to live by them. –John F. Kennedy

We are very thankful for the good things that happen and we take time to celebrate and express this to each other.


Have the courage to say no.  Have the courage to face the truth.  Do the right thing because it is right.  These are the magic keys to living your life with integrity. –W. Clement Stone

We always speak the truth and present ourselves sincerely and genuinely – doing what is right when no one is looking.

Federal Programs

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NC School Report Cards

Each year, the state of North Carolina releases School Report Cards to provide educators, parents, policy-makers, and others with common metrics and data for public and public charter school performance, student growth, and student achievement. Schools receive School Performance Grades, with 80 percent of the grade based on the school achievement score and 20 percent of the grade based on academic growth. KIPP ENC also utilizes other metrics, such as ACT scores, AP exam passing rates, and college completion rates, to measure and reflect on the success of our students and schools.

NC School Report Cards: KIPP Halifax

2019-2020 School Report Card**

School Performance Grade: D

School Performance Score: 54

**On March 23, 2020, the U.S. Department of Education approved North Carolina’s request to waive spring statewide assessments, accountability ratings, and certain reporting requirements for the 2019-2020 school year due to widespread school closures related to COVID-19.  This means that the 2019-20 report card data is actually from the 2018-19 school year.

Click here to view the full 2019-2020 School Report Card.

View North Carolina School Report Cards from 2014-19 in English and Spanish

Proving the Possible and Outperforming the State

While many students enter KIPP Halifax performing below grade level, they make tremendous growth at our school as they prepare for success in high school, college, and beyond. In 2017-18, the founding class from KIPP Halifax College Prep middle school outperformed the state of North Carolina in all subject areas on End of Grade and End of Course assessments.




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