Our mission is to inspire, educate, and empower high school aged students with the needed tools to become future leaders of their communities, as well as better global citizens of the world.
Daphne Kappa League Motto Self-awareness is the realization it is not always about me.
To provide a platform through which the students in our communities are engaged and active participants in developing their leadership skills.
To foster an inclusive setting where youth from diverse backgrounds can learn and can grow through a sense of brotherhood.
To decrease the academic gap of the youth in our community.
To develop programs that not only address social, moral, and ethical issues, but also bridge the gaps that affect the youth in our communities
The Daphne Kappa League was established on February 17, 2015. It is a collaborative partnership between the Baldwin County Board of Education and the Daphne Alumni Chapter of Kappa Alpha Psi Fraternity, Inc. The Kappa League revolves around seven separate but mutually interactive phases: Self-Identity, Training, Competition, Social, Health Education, Economic Empowerment, College and Career. Programs include attending community and civic cultural events, college tours, formal and informal proper etiquette workshops to name a few are all generated from the nucleus of the five phases. There are currently 35 members in the Daphne Kappa League Program ranging from grades 9th -12th in 5 out of 7 Baldwin County high schools. The Daphne Kappa League and their advisor were recognized during the Southern Province Meeting in Tampa Florida. Our Kappa League took first places in their group for best Guide Right Program, Advisor of The Year and Student of The Year within all the Guide Right Program within the Southern Province. Our Guide Program also won Advisor the Year at the National level. We placed third in our category for having the best Guide Right Program in the country. While our student placed in seventh placed for in the Student of the Year Competition.