The Kappa League program was established fraternity-wide over 30 years ago, as the primary program that Alumni Chapters use to mentor young people in their communities. Since the program’s inception, the Jacksonville Alumni Chapter of Kappa Alpha Psi Fraternity, Inc. has helped young adolescent African-American males develop and improve their leadership through the Guide Right Leadership & Development Program popularly known as the Kappa League.
This leadership & development program uses educational and inspirational techniques to promote academic success, career preparedness and life skills. Overall, the program’s aim is to develop future leaders of tomorrow. The program emphasizes several aspects of leadership development, teamwork and community trusteeship. Activities range from car washes to church visits, from road cleanups to business skill workshops, from community presentations to the annual Kappa Kampout & Enrichment Weekend.
Through these activities the Jacksonville Alumni Chapter assists youth in fostering a positive self-image that rest upon sound ethics and values. Over the past five years, recent participants of the program have demonstrated excellence in the community and have become role models amongst their peers. They are inspired to become future lawyers, businessmen, culinary artists and law enforcement. Therefore, the Guide Right/Kappa League Program has a consistent track record of producing youth reaching their full potential that’s second to none.
Kappa League Advisory Team
Jacksonville (FL) Alumni Kappa League Mission Statement
“Where Young Men of Today Learn to Uphold Their Leadership Potential of Tomorrow”
Jacksonville (FL) Alumni Kappa League Motto
“Developing Leadership, Our Salvation”
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Kappa League President Rodney Wells II Leads Youth Forum on Gun Violence
82nd Grand Chapter (Large) Jay Crosby Award – Crimson & Cream – Outstanding Guide Right /Kappa League Chapter 
82nd Grand Chapter (Large) Bert V. Wadkins Award – Outstanding Guide Right Kappa League Director – Dennis Gamble 
Southern Province (Large) Jay Crosby Award – Outstanding Guide Right /Kappa League Chapter [2019, 2015, 2013, 2011]
1st Place – National Student of the Year Competition – William Janey  [81st Grand Chapter Meeting – Houston, TX]
1st Place – Southern Province Student of the Year Competition – Matthew Harris [2015, 2014] William Janey  Brion Eason 
2nd Place – Southern Province Student of the Year Competition – Darrin Anderson 
3rd Place – Southern Province Student of the Year Competition – Marcus Richards 
1st Place – Southern Province Kappa League Display [65th Southern Province Council | 2015]
2nd Place – Southern Province Kappa League Display [64th Southern Province Council | 2014]
Southern Province Leon W. Steward Award – Outstanding Guide Right Kappa League Member – 3rd Place – Mark D. Williams, Jr. 
1st Place – Matthew Harris | 2nd Place – Niles Bland 
Southern Province Bert V. Wadkins Award – Outstanding Guide Right Kappa League Director – Brandon L. Mack  Dennis Gamble 
2011 Leon W. Steward Award – Outstanding Guide Right Kappa League Member – Brion Eason [80th Grand Chapter Meeting – Indianapolis, IN]
2019 NPHC First Coast Alumni Jacksonville Achievers (Honorable Mention) – Corey Steadman, Dorrian Stringfellow
2018 Mr. Senior High – Dorrian Stringfellow
2017 NPHC First Coast Alumni Jacksonville Achievers – Barry Case III, Taaron Clayton, Jr., Brandon Holloway, Marcus Richards
2017 Mr. Andrew Jackson – Barry Case III
2016-2017 Homecoming King [Andrew Jackson High School] – Barry Case III
2016 NPHC First Coast Alumni Jacksonville Achievers – JaQuon Baker, Elijah Chambliss, Kevin Lomax, Benjamin Simmons III, Mark Williams
2015-2016 Homecoming Prince [Sandalwood High School] – JaQuon Baker
2015 Gates Millennium Scholar – Brandon K. Mack [A. Philip Randolph Academies of Technology]
2015 NPHC First Coast Alumni Jacksonville Achievers – Rodney Wells, Jr.
2014 NPHC First Coast Alumni Jacksonville Achievers – Timothy Harris, Jr.
2013 NPHC First Coast Alumni Jacksonville Achievers – Brian Holloway II, Amari Lockett, Matthew Harris
2014-2015 Homecoming Duke [Sandalwood High School] – JaQuon Baker
2014-2015 Mr. AFJROTC [Andrew Jackson High School] – Tyrone Davis, Jr.
2013 Jean Ribault Sr. High School Salutorian – Donovan Brown
2013 Mr. Andrew Jackson – Timothy Harris, Jr.; Quintrell Watson [1st Runner Up]
2012 Mr. Andrew Jackson – William Janey
2011 Mr. Raines – Brion Eason
2011 Mr. Ribault – Willie Barron III
“Tomorrow’s Leaders 2013” Middle School Runner-up – JaQuon Baker [26th Annual Martin Luther King, Jr. Breakfast]
Student of the Week – Read More Kenneth Martin II
Athlete of the Week – Read More Kendal Williams
2011 Gates Millennium Scholars – Brion Eason [William M. Raines Sr. High School] Willie Barron III [Jean Ribault Sr. High School]