Kylie Jenner’s Educational Background: Did She Go To School?

Kylie Jenner Education

Kylie Jenner has become a popular television star, entrepreneur and socialite of her generation. There are rumors that Kylie did not go to school. However, after some research, we found those rumors to be false. She did attend school.

Personal Life

Kylie was born on August 10, 1997 to Caitlyn and Kris Jenner in Los Angeles, California and is the youngest daughter of the couple. Having been born into a large, famous family, she started to appear in the E! Network reality TV, Keeping Up with the Kardashians in 2007, when she was just 10 years old.

In 2013, Kylie, along with her sister, Kendall, launched The Kendall & Kylie Collection. Later in 2013, the sisters launched another line for jewelry, Metal Haven by Kendall and Kylie. A shoe and handbag line with Steve Madden was launched by the sisters in 2014. In 2015, the sisters launched yet another line, this time with a British retailer. The line is simply called Kendall + Kylie. Kylie then launched her own lip line in 2015.

With her popularity as a celebrity, Kylie has been offered multiple endorsement deals. She’s been featured in numerous music videos over the years, as well. She has also participated in many charity events and in 2015, she was featured in the Most Influential Teens list from Time Magazine.


Kylie attended Sierra Canyon School, a private school in Chatsworth, California near Los Angeles. She was a cheerleader and actress in schools plays while she was enrolled there. She was later home schooled starting in 2012, where she was enrolled in an at-home education program. She went on to graduate in 2015 and earned a high school diploma from Laurel Springs School in Ojai, California.

Kylie currently resides in Southern California, just outside of Los Angeles, near her family. She recently had her first child on February 1, 2018 with rapper Travis Scott. She named her daughter Stormi Webster.

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