Our Mission:
College Graduation.

We are a tuition-free, K–5 public charter school located in South Memphis with the mission of college graduation beginning in kindergarten.

TN Ready Assessment Data

Memphis College Prep received our TVAAS Growth Scores for the 2016-17 Tennessee State Assessment. As a school, our overall score was a Level 5, the highest possible, which means our scholars made substantially more progress than the standard for academic growth in the 2016-17 school year. The TN Ready State Assessment Achievements Results have not been released yet, but once we receive them, we look forward to sharing them soon!

Memphis College Prep, TVAAS Growth 2017-18

What Parents are Saying…

“I love how all teachers and staff look after scholars and treat them as if they were family. This helps in academics as well as with behavior.”

-Parent of a Scholar in the College Class of 2031

What Parents are Saying…

“I love the dedication that the teachers and staff have. I like the fact that my kids are now going on field trips.”

-Parent of a Scholars in the College Class of 2030 and 2031

What Parents are Saying…

“I love the staff and how much they all truly care for the children. I have been impressed for the past two years, and I look forward to more, because I know my son is being introduced to excellent teachers and excellent guidance.”

-Parent of a Scholar in the College Class of 2033

What Parents are Saying…

“[MCP] works with my scholars one-on-one, inform parents of upcoming events and provides parents with reminder calls, and always has a positive attitude and pleasant smile. Just a few things I love about MCP!”

-Parent of Scholars in the College Class of 2033 and 2034

What Parents are Saying…

“The staff is very open to helping each parent where they are. The teachers are open to support, especially when there is a need of the scholar.”

-Parent of a Scholar in the College Class of 2030

What Parents are Saying…

“They provide continuous rewards for scholars during the year. There is a constant focus on student achievement. MCP scholars also know their individual data and growth goals.”

-Parent of Scholars in the College Class of 2030 and 2031