Latinos represent 20 percent of the more than one million gang-associated youth in the U.S. This study explores how Latino boys and young men use their funds of gang knowledge to navigate and survive their urban communities and schools. The study findings highlight how Latino boys and young men exchange strategies to improve graffiti art, share information on how to endure juvenile incarceration, educators’ adverse reactions to gangs, how to best interact with law enforcement, and advance their status in a gang. Educators and school resource officers must learn how to anticipate and support gang-associated Latino boys and young men to understand their social worlds they bring into schools.