The Kappa League

Kappa League Contact BROTHER KIAN BROWN 646.305.8234 or


Pictured: Our current class (2016-2017) of Kappa Leaguers.

The Kappa League of the Montclair (NJ) Alumni Chapter of Kappa Alpha Psi Fraternity is an award-winning leadership development program that provides mentorship to local middle school and high school boys in New Jersey. Each year, our unique program pairs members of our fraternity with local youngsters through an eight month one-on-one mentoring partnership.

Since 2011, the Montclair Nupes have been honored five times as the BEST Kappa League program in the Northeastern Province of Kappa Alpha Psi Fraternity (2011, 2012, 2013, 2014, 2015). Each year, the Montclair Nupes host their annual Frank L. Monroe Scholarship Dance (also known as the “Kappa Gala”)—a fundraiser event that raises tens of thousands of dollars in college tuition assistance local graduating high school seniors.

Many of our Kappa League graduates have gone on to attend some of the nation’s most prestigious colleges and universities; and have become outstanding leaders in their local communities.

The Montclair Kappa League is an initiative of  The Kappa Guide Right and Scholarship Fund of Montclair, NJ; a certified 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization whose mission is to provide “grants and scholarships to black youths residing in and about Essex, Morris and Passaic Counties who have achieved academically or who have demonstrated scholastic potential and have financial need.”

If you know of a young person in Essex, Morris, or Passaic Counties who you believe would be a strong candidate for involvement in the Montclair Kappa League, contact our Guide Right Director Henry Appiah (information available in contact section of our website).


Our 2016 Kappa League Scholarship Recipients:

(In 2016, through the success of our annual Frank L. Monroe Scholarship Dance, the Montclair Nupes awarded $20,000 in college scholarships to five promising young men.)


Our Spring 2016 Kappa League Graduating High School Senior Scholarship Recipients. From Left To Right: T’Sian Cesar (Attending Rutgers University), Corey Williams (Attending Hampton University), Zach West (Attending New York University) Achim Younker (Attending Johns Hopkins University); Jaamal Dryden (Attending UCLA).


While we are proud of our prior fund raising efforts the need for scholarship support is significant. Your tax-deductible contribution is most sincerely appreciated, as is your assistance soliciting donations from individuals and organizations equally committed to academic excellence and community development.

If you are a donor interested in making a donation to our tax-deductible scholarship fund,  there are several ways you can go about doing so.

By Mail
Checks can be mailed to our PO Box as follows:

Kappa Guide Right & Scholarship Fund of Montclair
PO Box 74TCB
West Orange, NJ 07052

By PayPal
PayPal contributions can be made by sending funds to our e-mail address at

By Credit Card
Very shortly donors will be able to make contributions via credit card at Simply click on the Donate button found on the home page and follow the instructions


Frank Roberts


The Kappa League was founded Thursday, February 12, 1970 by the Los Angeles (CA) Alumni chapter of Kappa Alpha Psi; under the direction of Mel Davis. Davis brought the idea to LA from Dayton, OH where he had worked closely with Jay Crosby to expand the guide right activities of Dayton (OH) Alumni chapter. The Kappa League is a series of activities designed to help young high school male students develop their leadership talents. The activities provide both challenging and rewarding experiences to enhance their lives. The goal of the League is to help the students achieve worthy goals for themselves and to make meaningful contributions to their communities. The League includes a series of workshops to achieve its goals.


  1. To encourage, support and develop young men to refine self-image, self-esteem, and social skills.
  2. To assist and provide training for goal setting, decision making and exposure to prospective career interests.
  3. To develop a positive experience through activities that will inspire education, maturity, friendship and growth into manhood.


Training Young Men for Leadership, Achievement and Service in Every Field of Human Endeavor.


Building Leaders of Impact and Influence for this generation and future generations.


Leadership, Achievement and Service. Who we are..What we do…What we give.