Learning Academy

KairosPDX Learning Academy
K-5 Elementary School

We are located in the heart of Portland’s historic African-American community, at the PPS Humboldt building, the Learning Academy is a culturally responsive K-5 public charter school. Our flagship program, the Learning Academy, is starting the 2019/20 school serving over 200 children.

If you are interested your child attending KairosPDX Learning Academy Public Charter School we will be hosting information sessions for 2020 Open enrollment. We are excited to open our school doors to prospective families, Please RSVP for information sessions here: http://signup.com/go/LbbsbhT and include the number attending the sessions, which are at the following times:

Thursday, February 27, 2020  9:15am – 10:45am**
Tuesday, March 3, 2020 4:00pm-5:30pm
Friday, March 6, 2020 9:15am-10:45am**
Thursday, March 12, 2020 6:00pm-7:30pm (suspended due to COVID-19) We will update as we know more about when we are able to reschedule it.
**Arrive early for a chance to observe our assemblies @ 8:45am & 9:00am and see Kairos in action.
Families will learn more about our school and receive an application when you come for a session; this will be the first step in the process for getting your child enrolled for the 2020-2021 school year. If you are unable to attend any of these sessions, please let us know by email (charter@kairospdx.org) or by phone (503-567-9820). 

KairosPDX Learning Academy Brochure

Please click the links below to view our informational brochures in Vietnamese, Spanish, Somali, Russian, Chinese, or English.








Student Investment Account Plan

Signed into law last May, The Student Success Act is a historic opportunity for Oregon Schools. When fully implemented, this Act will invest approximately $2 billion for early learning and K-12 education, with close to $500 million going directly to districts and eligible charter schools through the Student Investment Account (SIA). The student investment account is a non-competitive grant that focuses on five key areas:

  • Reducing Academic Disparities
  • Meeting students’ mental and behavioral needs
  • Providing access to academic courses
  • Allowing teachers and staff sufficient time to collaborate, review data, and develop strategies to help students stay on track
  • Establishing and strengthening partnerships

Thanks to the collaboration, input and support of our KairosPDX families, we were able to identify three priority areas which were used to craft our plan:

  1. A need for mental/behavioral health supports.
  2. A need for teacher collaboration time and innovative assessment specific to mathematics.
  3. A need for culturally relevant curriculum and enrichment opportunities.