Points of Pride
1. The Northwest Evaluation Association (NWEA) assessment indicates how Kauffman School students are performing relative to national benchmarks. Kauffman School students achieved at least 1.5 years growth in math, science, and communication arts in one school year.
2. Using a combination of longer school hours and structured academic time, the Kauffman School offers students 25% more instructional time than typical Kansas City Public Schools.
3. Kauffman School students attend annual college field trips with their grade level. By the time a student graduates from Kauffman School, he/she will have visited eight college campuses.
As a public charter school, the Kauffman School is free and open to all students residing within the district boundaries of the KCPS. The Kauffman School begins with fifth grade and that is the age at which the school will accept enrollments. In the event there are more applications than seats; the school will use a lottery process to give every applicant an equal chance of admission.
The Kauffman School will provide a geographical enrollment preference to students living in six zip codes: 64123, 64124, 64127, 64128, 64130, and 64132.
Please call the school with any questions regarding enrollment or your enrollment paperwork (816-268-5660), or click on the Enrollment FAQs link for additional information. Click here to enroll online.
School Info Last Updated: March 10, 2017