Kingman Academy of Learning

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Coordinates: 35°13′22″N 114°01′43″W / 35.222849°N 114.028583°W / 35.222849; -114.028583

Kingman Academy of Learning
Kingman, Arizona 86409
United States
School type Public charter school
Motto "The Road to Success is Learning"
Established 1995
Principal Mrs. Bradley, (Primary) Mr. Martin, (Intermediate), Mr. Victory (Middle), and Mr. Lillis, (High School)
Grades K-12
Enrollment 1,500 students, total
465, high school[1]
Color(s) Royal blue, silver, black
Mascot Tigers

Kingman Academy of Learning (often shortened to Kingman Academy or KAOL) is a public charter school in Kingman, Arizona for preschool grades through high school. It consists of four campuses with a total enrollment of approximately 1,500 students. It is a member of the Arizona Interscholastic Association. The school was founded in 1995 for preschool to 6th grade. It expanded to include high school with its initial 9h grade class in 2001.[2]

The high school's Academic Decathlon program won two years (2010 and 2011) of state titles for the northern Arizona region, which broke the 23-year-running winning streak of St. Johns High School.

The Kingman Academy of Learning was founded by none other than Mrs. Betty Rowe. The Executive Director is Mrs. Susan Chan. The Four campuses are led by a fantastic team, that lead to a great outcome of student success. Because the Road to Success is Learning.


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  2. ^ Organ, Terry. "Charter schools offer alternative to education in public school system." Kingman Daily Miner 20 August 2001: Google News Archive

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