Help transform college admissions and college access.

Empower the Journey.

Knowledge Academies is a network of public schools for families. Join us, as we reimagine new opportunities for learning, within our community and beyond.

This year, KA is proud to partner with Dr. Trina Coleman, founder of Academic Blue Bloods and Cynthia Fitzgerald, J.D., founder of In Full Motion, to launch a new paradigm for expanding college access to students and families, from traditionally under represented communities.

Dr. Coleman is the second African American women, in the U.S., to earn a Ph.D. in Theoretical Physics, Mrs. Cynthia Firtzgerald is a community service leader, and former Vice President of Legal Services, Compliance, for the Tennessee Education Lottery, also recognized by Governor Bill Haslam in his first major speech to the state legislature.

KA is a five (5) time, national award winning network of public schools.


2017 National Children's Wellbeing Team
2017 LRNG Educator Innovators Challenge
2016 Ashoka National Changemaker School
2016 NEXT Awards, Nashville Area Chamber of Commerce
2016 U.S. Department of Education Grant, Personalized Learning
2014 National K12 Breakthrough Model for College

Apply for a Nano Scholarship (Youth through Adult)

Empower the Journey
We cross the finish line, together.

Knowledge Academies is launching nano scholarships. Small investments designed to promote habits of exponential impact that empower others.

 Who can apply for Nano Scholarships?

Anyone.

Apply for a National Scholarship (Youth through Adult)

Empower the Journey
We cross the finish line, together.

See the introduction video.
https://youtu.be/sNgd6ZzE3AE

Knowledge Academies is launching a national college access scholarship, focused on transforming the college admissions process, especially for students that are the first in their family to go to college (youth through adult).

Who can apply for Empower the Journey, National Scholarships?

Anyone.
Ends on November 30, 2017

Knowledge Academies is a network of public schools for families. Join us on our journey, as we reimagine new opportunities for learning, within our community and beyond.

This year, KA is proud to partner with Dr. Trina Coleman, founder of Academic Blue Bloods and Cynthia Fitzgerald, J.D., founder of In Full Motion, to launch a new paradigm for expanding college access to students and families, from traditionally under represented communities.

Dr. Coleman is the second African American women, in the U.S., to earn a Ph.D. in Theoretical Physics, Mrs. Cynthia Firtzgerald is a community service leader, and former Vice President of Legal Services, Compliance, for the Tennessee Education Lottery, also recognized by Governor Bill Haslam in his first major speech to the state legislature.

KA is a five (5) time, national award winning network of public schools.

RACE to 36

https://www.raceto36.org/

It’s about the journey...

Join a team of learners, college leaders, and innovators, focused on radical improvements to the norms of standardized test prep, and a college connected lifestyle.

  1. LEAD: Become a college campus leader, on your university campus.

  2. MOBILIZE: Mobilize others, on your campus, towards the cause. Promote customized college gear.

  3. EMPOWER: Help emerging high school students and leaders, from diverse communities, learn about college, while also improving their performance on college admission exams, and the college application process.

  4. INNOVATE: Participate in radically innovative, community-building workshops and camps, focused on developing the whole vision of your best self.

Race to 36 is about your journey to your best self.

This internship will feature weekly STEM challenges to be created in partnership with Dr. Trina Coleman, and other STEM undergraduate students at HBCUs and regional universities.


Ends on November 30, 2017

Graduate Research and Design Assistant

The graduate research and design assistant will work with the founders of the Race to 36 initiative to codify, research, capture and launch a new paradigm for supporting college access and college admissions.

Knowledge Academies is launching a national college access scholarship, focused on transforming the college admissions process, especially for students that are the first in their family to go to college (youth through adult).

Ends on November 30, 2017

Assistant Director, Career Readiness

The Assistant Director of Career Readiness will support the launch and daily implementation of career readiness initiatives at Knowledge Academies.

This will include management of a new career advancement and readiness center, digital certifications, coordination with business partners, internship opportunities for teens and adults, along with workforce development scholarships.

The Assistant Director will also collaborate with the college readiness department, providing direct support to high school learners.


Knowledge Academies is launching a national college access scholarship, focused on transforming the college admissions process, especially for students that are the first in their family to go to college (youth through adult).


Knowledge Academies is a network of public schools for families. Join us on our journey, as we reimagine new opportunities for learning, within our community and beyond.

This year, KA is proud to partner with Dr. Trina Coleman, founder of Academic Blue Bloods and Cynthia Fitzgerald, J.D., founder of In Full Motion, to launch a new paradigm for expanding college access to students and families, from traditionally under represented communities.

Dr. Coleman is the second African American women, in the U.S., to earn a Ph.D. in Theoretical Physics, Mrs. Cynthia Firtzgerald is a community service leader, and former Vice President of Legal Services, Compliance, for the Tennessee Education Lottery, also recognized by Governor Bill Haslam in his first major speech to the state legislature.

KA is a five (5) time, national award winning network of public schools.

RACE to 36

https://www.raceto36.org/

It’s about the journey...

Join a team of the nation's leading educators, focused on radical improvements to the norms of standardized test prep, and a college connected lifestyle, especially for students from the most underserved communities.

  1. LEAD: Collaborate with a cohort of the nation's leading educators, leveraging ACT and SAT learning development strategies, for middle through high schoolers. Learn in partnership with national innovators in education

  2. MOBILIZE: Leverage digital and social media to expand the impact of your best teaching.

  3. EMPOWER: Help emerging high school students and leaders, from diverse communities, learn about college, while also improving their performance on college admission exams, and the college application process.

  4. INNOVATE: Participate in radically innovative, community-building workshops and camps, focused on developing the whole vision of your best self.

Race to 36 is about your journey to your best self.