Ready to take the first step toward enrolling at a KIPP school? Apply beginning January 1, 2024, for the 2024-25 school year! To be considered for the lottery, please adhere to the following open enrollment deadlines. Any applications received after these dates and times will be added to the waiting list in the order in which they are received.
Fulton County Schools district residents:
Enrollment Period: January 1st – February 15th, 5 p.m.
Atlanta Public Schools district residents:
Enrollment Period: January 1st – March 15th, 5 p.m.
Please do not submit a new application if your student is currently enrolled in a KIPP school. Online re-registration for the 2024-2025 school year will begin on January 1, 2024. Families will be notified and receive a link via email once registration is live.
Interested families may apply by completing an online application during open enrollment.
Parents may apply to more than one school per application, based on grade level and school district availability.
Students must be eligible to attend the local school district in order to apply to attend a KIPP school in Metro Atlanta. Ten of our schools are located within the Atlanta Public Schools district. KIPP South Fulton Academy is located in the Fulton County School System. Applications submitted with an ineligible address will not be approved. You may confirm your eligibility for the Atlanta Public Schools’ attendance zone or Fulton County Schools’ attendance zone.
Parents must submit one application per student. Multiple applications for the same student will be considered duplicates and discarded.
Multiple births (e.g., twins, triplets, etc.) may use one application and will be treated identically during the application, lottery, and waitlist process as long as the multiple birth students are applying to the same grade level. If multiple birth students are not applying to the same grade level, a separate application must be completed for each student.
Enrollment priorities will be verified before an application is approved and included in the lottery. Priorities are applied post-lottery; applications received after open enrollment closes are verified and added to the waitlist accordingly, in order of receipt. Enrollment priorities will be applied to applications received during open enrollment as follows:
Student whose parent or guardian is an employee of KIPP Metro Atlanta Schools or is a member of the KIPP Metro Atlanta Schools Board of Directors.
Student who matriculates from another KIPP school in Metro Atlanta.
Student who is a sibling of a student currently enrolled at a KIPP school in Metro Atlanta.
Student who resides in the school’s charter attendance focus area(s). Students who live within the following zip codes will receive priority during the lottery for the school listed.
KIPP WAYS Primary
KIPP WAYS Academy
1st Priority: 30314
2nd Priority: 30318
KIPP STRIVE Primary
KIPP STRIVE Academy
1st Priority: 30310
2nd Priority: 30311
KIPP Vision Primary
KIPP Vision Academy
1st Priority: 30315
2nd Priority: 30354
**Enrollment for KIPP Soul Primary School, KIPP Soul Academy, and KIPP Atlanta Collegiate High School is open to all students who reside within the Atlanta Public Schools district.
**Enrollment for KIPP Woodson Park Academy is open to all students who reside within the attendance zone.
A student who is a sibling of a student currently enrolled at KIPP South Fulton Academy.
A student whose parent or guardian is an employee or board member of KIPP South Fulton Academy.
A student who resides in KIPP South Fulton Academy’s focus area(s). Students who live within the attendance boundaries of the following Fulton County elementary schools will receive priority during the lottery.
Focus Area 1
Hamilton E. Holmes
Focus Area 1
Love T. nolan
If the number of qualified applications completed for a specific school during open enrollment exceeds capacity, a lottery will be held. The lottery is a random-selection process and is held once each year. Following the lottery, families will be notified of their child’s school seat or waitlist status.
Students who are offered a seat at one of their school choices may also be waitlisted at one or more higher-preference schools. The student will need to accept or decline the offered seat. If the student accepts the offered seat, the student will be removed from all waitlists. If the student declines the seat, the student will remain on the waitlist(s) for any higher-preference school(s) until a seat becomes available.
Students who are offered a seat at their first-choice school will need to accept that seat. If the student declines the seat, the student will be removed from the seated list and will not be placed on any waitlist.
The lottery for all KIPP schools within the Atlanta Public Schools district is held in March. Post-open enrollment applications are accepted on an ongoing basis and will be added to the waitlist in the order received. Post-lottery applications will also receive priority preference. If seats become available after the lottery, they are offered to applicants in order on the waitlist.
The following KIPP Metro Atlanta lottery-based schools are located within Atlanta Public Schools: KIPP Soul Primary and Academy, KIPP WAYS Primary and Academy, KIPP STRIVE Primary and Academy, KIPP Vision Primary and Academy, and KIPP Atlanta Collegiate High School.
The lottery for KIPP South Fulton Primary School and Academy is held in February. Post-open enrollment applications are accepted on an ongoing basis and will be added to the waitlist in the order received. Post-lottery applications will also receive priority preference. If seats become available after the lottery, they are offered to applicants in order on the waitlist.