Schools that are part of the public school system of the District of Columbia.
Anacostia High School
Ward 6. Grades 9 through 12. Alumni calendar of events, academic program, special events.
Benjamin Stoddert Elementary School
Ward 3. Grades pre-K through 5. Offers a Mathematics, Arts, Sciences Integrated through Technology [MAST] Program. Calendar, class list, PTA newsletter.
Brightwood Education Campus
Ward 5. Bilingual English and Spanish pre-K through 8 school. Program highlights, student newspaper, school events. Also available in Spanish.
Bruce-Monroe Elementary School at Park View
Ward 1. Grades pre-K through five. Participates in the Mid-Atlantic Region Japan in the School Program. List of staff and special programs, contact information.
Charles Hart Middle School
Ward 8. For students grades 6 through 8. Outdoors program, student activities, literary magazine.
Duke Ellington School of the Arts
High school providing pre-professional arts training combined with a college preparatory academic program. Site describes admissions, curriculum, and the Ellington Fund.
Ward 2, located on 7th Street SW. For students grades 7 through 9. School calendar and departments.
Job Barnard Elementary School
Ward 4. For students in grades pre-K through 5. Staff information, PTA, school clubs and teams.
Joel Elias Spingarn Senior High School
Ward 5. Grades 9-12. Currently in the process of adopting the Academy concept. Calendar, student web pages, academic departments, committees.
Lafayette Elementary School
Ward 4. Teaches about 500 students in grades pre-K through 6. Grade activities, upcoming events, web resources.
LaSalle-Backus Education Campus
Ward 5. Grades K-8 with a curriculum that focuses on math, science, and technology. Faculty and staff directory, online research, class projects.
School Without Walls Senior High School
Magnet school. Grades 9-12. Provides a humanities-centered small school environment and partners with George Washington University to use the city as a classroom. Calendar, faculty list, athletics, academic program, admissions process.
Woodrow Wilson High School
Ward 3. Serves students from grades 9 through 12 and focuses on a college preparatory curriculum. Student handbook and map, course catalogue, forums, and calendar.
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