Kipp Austin Arts And Letters

Kipp Austin Arts And Letters – KIPP Austin Academy of Arts & Letters is an inclusive and responsive community that drives high levels of academic and social achievement for all students in a relentless effort to achieve the mission and goals of KIPP Texas-Austin Public Schools. At Arts & Letters, we work hard to create an inclusive, joyful, academically rigorous environment where all students experience growth and success while demonstrating integrity and respect for all members of our community.

“We must remember that intelligence is not enough. Intelligence plus character – that is the goal of true education.” – Martin Luther King, Jr.

Kipp Austin Arts And Letters

Kipp Austin Arts And Letters

Jamie Holley is the principal at KIPP Austin Academy of Arts & Letters. Prior to serving in the role of principal, she was an assistant principal for four years and a 5th grade teacher for five years. During her five years as a teacher, she served as a chair at the school for two years. She first joined the Arts & Letters team in 2009 as a founding member when the school welcomed its first class of students.

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Before joining KIPP Austin Academy of Arts & Letters, Ms. Holley lived abroad and taught English to college students in Asia. Jamie received her B.S. in interdisciplinary studies from Texas A&M University. Jamie enjoys spending time with her dog Lizzie, watching A&M football, reading great books and connecting with family and friends. She is a proud native Austinite and enjoys exploring her hometown.

Don’t miss your chance to join the KIPP Texas family! Do you still have questions? Complete the information below to be connected with a student recruitment representative who can help. KIPP Austin Vista Middle School believes that all students can achieve transformative outcomes by developing strong academic skills, intellectual habits and character traits. Through a curriculum that highlights reading, writing, discussion, and critical thinking, students will cultivate the academic skills necessary for college readiness. Individualized support provided within the classroom combined with opportunities outside the classroom encourage students to develop their intellectual habits, interests and passions. Students will grow in character as they navigate adolescence in a supportive and disciplined atmosphere, becoming advocates for their individual well-being and contributions to the community. Each student’s path will be different, but all students will leave KIPP Austin Vista Middle School on the path to college and a life of choice.

“We must remember that intelligence is not enough. Intelligence plus character – that is the goal of true education.” – Martin Luther King, Jr.

Jamie Holley is the school leader at KIPP Austin Vista Middle School and KIPP Austin Academy of Arts & Letters. Prior to serving in the role of school leader, she was an assistant principal for four years and a 5th grade teacher for five years. During her five years as a teacher, she served as a chair at the school for two years. She first joined the Arts & Letters team in 2009 as a founding member when the school welcomed its first class of students.

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Before joining KIPP Austin Academy of Arts & Letters, Ms. Holley lived abroad and taught English to college students in Asia. Jamie received her B.S. in interdisciplinary studies from Texas A&M University. Jamie enjoys spending time with her dog Lizzie, watching A&M football, reading great books and connecting with family and friends. She is a proud native Austinite and enjoys exploring her hometown.

Don’t miss your chance to join the KIPP Texas family! Do you still have questions? Complete the information below to be connected with a student recruitment representative who can help. Since the launch of KIPP Austin Brave High School this fall, our hard-working, highly creative students have explored expressive painting, life drawing, and conceptual art, among many other mediums and artistic styles. After much expressed interest in photography, we are excited to announce a Project Based Learning (PBL) course in photography, as well as an after-school photography club to develop students’ artistic and technical photography skills.

KIPP Austin Brave photography students will learn how to handle DSLR cameras (ie, manage settings, flash basics, composition), assemble a portfolio of experimental, portrait and landscape photography, and exhibit their artwork. Most importantly, students will examine complex ideas through a lens. Students will gain a comprehensive understanding of photography as both an art form and a method of communication while developing their unique photographic style.

Kipp Austin Arts And Letters

As a new high school, our founding students are spearheading the culture of our school, and set the bar for their academic performance, and, in this case, creative expression. We believe that all students, regardless of income, background or zip code, deserve every opportunity to reach their full potential. Your donation will provide students in our community with access to materials that will further develop them into well-rounded scholars. Your gift will set our students up for success by giving them access to a medium that can open doors to careers such as graphic design, art direction or photojournalism.

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If I don’t reach my goal I will buy the number of the same dslr cameras that our fundraising allows.

Thanks to everyone who contributed to our photography club and course. We now have four DSLR cameras and our students are off to a fantastic start!

Hi! I am a KIPP Austin high school art teacher, and this will be my fourth year teaching. Learning languages, artistic methods, and all things creative are my passion. I love my students to be as excited about the world around us as I am. Check out our exciting project and help us discover our inner photographers!

Just give us your name and email address and we will keep you updated on this matter.

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We know you’ve told your students a million times to check their work. Now it’s your turn. This is your chance to make sure your fundraiser looks “A-Ok” before it’s sent to our team. KIPP Austin Beacon Prep is a high school serving students in fifth through eighth grade. In our elementary grades, we lay the foundation for the academic, intellectual, and character traits that our students will carry with them throughout their time at Beacon Prep and beyond. When students first join us, they may be several academic years behind their more affluent peers. With this in mind, we will work with urgency to ensure that 100% of students are at the appropriate grade level by the time they leave Beacon Prep. We mold not only their academics, but also the necessary character traits and habits they need to be successful in high school, college and life. We work as a community to build the necessary academic and character traits that support acts of service and leadership.

At KIPP Austin Beacon Prep, our staff, students and families work together to empower students to break barriers inside and outside the classroom. Our students excel academically while also developing the tools and skills to successfully navigate the world and challenge the status quo. Armed with the power of our collective story, identity, knowledge and pride, our students are building a more just future for themselves and for those to come.

Ms. Robyn Nguyen has served as Head of School at KIPP Beacon Prep since the 2021-22 school year. Previously, she was an Assistant Director of Instruction at KIPP Austin Academy of Arts & Letters (KAL) and was a KAL Green Jay for six years.

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After graduating from the University of Texas at Austin in 2011, Robin began her educational career in New Orleans, where she taught 5th, 6th, and 7th grade math, science, and social studies at P.A. Capdau Charter School and KIPP Central City Academy. She moved back to Austin and was hired at KAL as a long-term sub before becoming a leadership associate and eventually an assistant principal.

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Robin is deeply passionate about providing an equitable educational experience for ALL students, which includes high-quality academic instruction in the classroom as well as access to a variety of extracurricular and enrichment opportunities outside the classroom.

Don’t miss your chance to join the KIPP Texas family! Do you still have questions? Complete the information below to be connected with a student recruitment representative who can help. Leah Branderhorst ’11, originally from Holland, Mich., found herself following in her sister’s footsteps and applying to Trinity – ultimately leading her to find the career God had planned for her all along.

Navigating her first year at Trinity with an undeclared major, Leah took classes in several different programs, including education. In her second year, she made the decision to declare her major: secondary education with an emphasis on English education. Being part of a smaller group of English education majors gave Leah the opportunity to bond with the students and professors. “By getting to work with a smaller class, we got more hands-on practice.”

Through her second year of the program, Leah found herself gaining hands-on experience. “One of the things that Trinity does differently than other schools is that it puts you in a classroom as early as your second year. This allowed me to graduate and feel more confident because I had more experience,” Leah recalls.

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Midway through the program, Leah was assigned student roles in the Chicago suburbs and southern California. “During student teaching, Trinity

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