Now is the time to get your child enrolled for the 2014-2015 school year at Kansas City Public Schools. One-on-one, in-person assistance with this process is available by visiting the KCPS Enrollment Center, available now at the following times, dates and locations:
Due to financial reasons and other obstacles, students who are college-bound upon graduation from high school do not always make it to their intended campus in the fall. To help these students meet their goals, the Missouri College Advising Corps has opened Kansas City Metro College Connections Center (C3). The center will provide free guidance and services to students from June 2 - August 1, Monday - Saturday. Click the headline or visit collegeconnections.missouri.edu for more details.
The KCPS inaugural Kids 2 College program culminated 9:30 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. May 9 with nearly every sixth grader in the school district paying a campus visit to the University of Missouri-Kansas City and Metropolitan Community College – Penn Valley.
Thanks to an on-going partnership between KCPS and United Way, some of the community's youngest students will have the opportunity to enjoy an educational trail and engagement center carefully designed to give them and their families a jump start on their success in school.
Kansas City Public Schools is asking its families, staff and community members to “see something…say something” with a new instant messaging mobile app that could help improve safety across the school district.
The Missouri Department of Elementary and Secondary Education announced April 10 that it has named Lincoln College Prep a 2014 Gold Star School in recognition of its outstanding academic achievement. Lincoln College Prep is one of the only eight schools in the entire state that received the Gold Star designation this year.