KIPP East End High’s vision is to provide the academic and character skills necessary to live choice filled-life. At KIPP East End High, we take pride in our community. We unlock the power of voice through self-discovery and advocating for justice. By engaging in rigorous academics, restorative conversations, and highlighting strengths, we foster leaders that contribute to our community.
Offering athletics in schools is essential for fostering physical health and well-being among students, promoting an active lifestyle from an early age. Beyond fitness, sports teach valuable life skills such as teamwork, discipline, and perseverance, shaping well-rounded individuals prepared for challenges. We offer football, volleyball, soccer, basketball, and band.
At KIPP End East High, we take part in a rigorous and collaborative learning process based on an AP for ALL curriculum. We keep in mind the needs of all of our learners, while providing a culturally relevant lessons. We highlight strengths and reflect on areas of growth in order to teach with an inquiry-based and problem solving approach. Through our quality instruction, we provide a strong sense of justice and critical thinking skills necessary to make informed decisions as we create personal connections and a network of support through weekly advisory meetings.
By participating in extracurricular activities, our students have opportunities to work together as a team and develop strong leadership and good sportsmanship skills in the process.
It is a privilege to be part of a community that takes pride in who we are as individuals, and I look forward to celebrating all the success ahead of our KIPPsters in the coming years. We want our school to feel like home for our families.
As a founding teacher, Olvin Carias has been working relentlessly to provide optimal opportunities in STEM fields for students in the Northside, North Forest, and East End communities. Mr. Carias Olvin graduated from the University of Florida (Go Gators!) with a degree in mathematics and statistics and then pursued a Master’s degree from Columbia University in New York City. His teaching experiences started at 15 when he was hired to teach sixth-grade math at Breakthrough Miami and continued for eight years in Breakthrough Cambridge. Before arriving in Houston, Mr. Carias taught AP calculus and chemistry at his alma mater in Miami and worked for the Walt Disney Company. Mr. Carias looks forward to opening his school to serve students in Houston with rigorous education opportunities and prepare them for successful careers and lives.