Registration for 2022 Semesters Is Now Open.

Accepting new student enrollments for 1st thru 5th grades.

Fast Facts

More About Kamit Prep
2022 Enrollment


Percentage KPI graduates who
gain acceptance to their school
of choice.


Percentage of KPI alumni who
complete 4-year degree programs
in college.


Average class size grades 1-12. This enables closer monitoring and customized, adaptable care for each student.


Number of performance arts
courses in KPI’s renown Cultural
Arts Program

Master Educators who attend holistically to each child’s development pathways.

Founded in 1980 by a homeschooling collective of African-American families, Kamit Prep’s faculty are lifelong community members, with a vested interest in premium education and character development.

With small class sizes, Kamit Prep is able to be one of very few schools in NYC offering live face-to-face instruction via Zoom, with 1-on-1 supplemental sessions where needed.


KPI Faculty

Our Grads go on to attend the colleges of
their choice; HBCUs, Ivys, and SUNY Schools.


Teachers, with over 25 years of experience, deliver KPIs signature education that nurtures the whole child in a safe, supportive, and culturally conscious environment. KPI significantly expands enrollment opportunities for students and families beyond Brooklyn, New York.

To ensure that no student is left behind, Kamit Preparatory Institute (KPI) provides instruction through a grade-specific INDIVIDUALIZED CURRICULUM

  • that recognizes the shift families must make to accommodate the new learning options.

  • that complements varied learning styles,

  • that imparts the knowledge, skills, attitudes, and values that align your family’s values with our KPI culture — the foundational cornerstone of the growth and excellence that many of our students display, and that our parents appreciate and have come to expect from every KPI student.


Mission: To successfully achieve our vision, we:

  • provide suitable 1st -12th Grade virtual and physical structures, resources, and skilled personnel to ensure that our students can develop a range of essential skills throughout their entire educational journey.

  • ensure that KPI graduates have acquired key skills and a solid foundation of competencies that will support their learning and transition into their desired careers.

To realize our vision, it is important to recognize the roles of students, teachers, school leaders, and parents/guardians. Our planning acknowledges the varied and significant roles of each group and focuses on maintaining the emotional and social integrity of all groups despite the change in our physical contact and space.

VISION: KPI’s Vision for Digital Learning and Teaching

Recognizing the opportunity to

  • integrate Information and Communications Technology (ICT) into K-12 learning and teaching,

  • and to equip and prepare our students to successfully engage and impact our 21st Century Society,

KPI is committed to

  • leveraging the potential of digital technologies to enhance and deepen teaching, learning, and assessment

  • so that our students can develop a set of broad transferable skills

  • which enable them to participate, in leadership roles, in their 21st-century society

  • and shift current paradigms.

  • Community Connection
  • Ideal Academic Environment
  • Extensive Cultural Arts
  • Progressive PhysEd
  • Monthly Celebrations
  • Creativity
  • Exploration
  • Collaboration
  • Parent Involvement
  • Affordable Tuition Based