Welcome to KAPPA III
KAPPA III provides a rigorous, accelerated academic program that prepares our scholars to attend high performing public and private high schools, graduate from our country’s top universities, and then to take their place as America’s next generation of civic leaders. At KAPPA III, we believe that all scholars can surpass the goals set by the city and state, if provided with a nurturing environment, where parents, faculty and the administration work together toward the common goal of providing a quality education to the scholars in the community.
Incentives are a constant factor at KAPPA III; we find it provides positive increases in work habits, self-esteem, intrinsic motivation, and a cooperative classroom environment for all students. Trips are planned to support instruction, and develop cultural, artistic/social knowledge and skills.
School pride contributes to a positive school culture. Scholars must show school pride by singing the KAPPA III song and the KAPPA III chant with respect daily during morning routines and at all assemblies. The expectation is that all scholars can achieve high standards academically. Scholars will have an opportunity to show school spirit through activities and community service during the school year.
Scholars in all grades (6, 7 & 8) must report Monday through Friday at 8:30 until 2:50 pm.
KAPPA III Alumni Testimonials
I am a alumni of Kappa III, class 2007. This school has prepared me for the future. Within High school I was able to maintain a 95 overall average and above on my report cars. The rigorous environment, studies, and teachers are the foundation of my educational life. I am now graduating from high school and entering Manhattanville College(34,350 tuition) with a full scholarship. I truly am grateful. Thank you.
Our Professors are committed to leading our scholars on the best academic path. KAPPA III Professors care!
Our scholars compete in high level competitions and have been recognized by the NYC Chancellor and the Mayor’s Office.
We believe in the adage, “it takes a village to raise a child.” We work with our parents to stay informed and involved.