KIPP Families – This Saturday, April 10th, from 9am-5pm, KIPP will partner with Community Health Network and the Edna Martin Christian Center to host a CV-19 vaccine clinic at KIPP Indy Legacy High (2255 N Ralston Ave). We want to offer this opportunity directly to KIPP Indy families, but also talk to your friends, other family members, and neighbors. Up to 350 people will receive the single-dose Johnson & Johnson vaccine, and anyone 18 years and older is eligible with a state ID. Any individuals who need free transportation should call 833-641-2126 and Community Health will take care of it. This would be for individuals who do NOT have Medicaid. Anyone with Medicaid should schedule with Medical for their vaccination appointments.

Spots are limited and you must REGISTER IN ADVANCE. Use the link below to register in less than two minutes, and once you fill out the form, you will receive an email, text, or phone call to confirm your spot and set up your appointment. If you have questions, please contact Trina Boyd at 317-619-3325 or

Sign up here.


KIPP Families – In alignment with our community partners, including IPS, KIPP Indy has finalized its plans to re-open for those who selected the in-person option for Q3. Based on the number of families who selected the full e-learning option, KIPP Indy will be able to offer in-person instruction five days to all K-10 students who selected the in-person option. For all K-10 students who selected in-person, we will NOT have to implement a hybrid schedule, and classrooms will adhere to social distancing standards and all other MCHD guidelines.

In order to offer this more expansive in-person option, KIPP Indy will re-open for in-person instruction on MONDAY, JAN 25. While we recognize this is four school days later than originally communicated, we will use the additional time to update our facilities and transportation preparations to ensure students can attend in-person five days per week. For students who will ride the bus, we will mail bus stop information to families this week when we have received final routes from IPS.

In both the in-person and e-learning settings, we are fully committed to ensuring all students move forward academically, and we are thankful for your partnership. For questions, please email