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We are a tuition-free public school.
As a public charter school, Hogan Preparatory Academy (HPA) is free and open to all students residing within the district boundaries of the Kansas City Public Schools. As a public charter school,  HPA cannot selectively admit students based on academic aptitude, race, ethnicity, income level, special education needs, prior school record, or almost any other personal characteristic. The school will admit students until its enrollment threshold is met. 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.
 
Hogan Preparatory Academy is a premier college prep district developing educated, compassionate, self-motivated leaders who prepare for lifelong career options and give back to their community.

News & Announcements

The Dentist is Coming to HPA Middle School on December 2nd!

Taking care of your child's teeth is important to keep them healthy. A state licensed dentist will check your child's mouth & teeth, as well as provide a cleaning, x-rays as necessary, fluoride treatment and apply sealants, as needed. Additional care, such as fillings, may also be provided. A dental report card will be sent home with your child. Includes initial dental care & follow-up visits. SIGN AND RETURN TO YOUR SCHOOL TODAY!

2020-2021 Enrollment

Applications for the 2020-2021 school year can be submitted starting November 9, 2019. The enrollment deadline for the 2020-2021 lottery is on March 2, 2020. You can learn more about our lottery process below. All families enrolling at Hogan Preparatory Academy must live within the Kansas City Public Schools district boundaries.

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School Board Meeting

Time: 5:30 PM – 7:30 PM
Location: 5809 Michigan Ave, Kansas City, MO 64130
  • 100%attendance Elementary Parent Teacher Conferences 2016-2018
  • 2018Boys’ Basketball State Champs
  • 7M+ in scholarships for 2018 Senior Class
  • 12% increase Middle School ELA scores in 2018
  • 2 point increase in average High School ACT scores in 2018