High Schools in Washington D.C., DC - Page 2

Find High Schools in Washington D.C., DC. Listings include Ballou Senior High School, IDEA Public Charter School, Paul Laurence Dunbar High School - Washington, DC, Washington Leadership Academy Public Charter School, Woodrow Wilson High School Alumni DC Chapter and Booker T. Washington PCS_DC. Click on each in the list below the map for more information.

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Ballou Senior High School A Ballou Senior High School
3401 4th Street SE
Washington D.C., 20032

The official page of Ballou Senior High School in the Great Ward 8 of Washington, D.C. We will share information about distance learning, social-emotional supports, programming, and Ballou spirit.

IDEA Public Charter School B IDEA Public Charter School
Washington D.C.

The mission of IDEA Public Charter School is to prepare students with the academic, social, leadersh

Paul Laurence Dunbar High School - Washington, DC C Paul Laurence Dunbar High School - Washington, DC
101 N Street NW
Washington D.C., 20001

Paul Laurence Dunbar HS DC 2019-2020

Washington Leadership Academy Public Charter School D Washington Leadership Academy Public Charter School
3015 4th Street NE
Washington D.C., 20017

Washington Leadership Academy Public Charter High School prepares D.C. scholars for success in college and lives of public leadership.

Woodrow Wilson High School Alumni DC Chapter E Woodrow Wilson High School Alumni DC Chapter
Washington D.C., 20016

Our motto is: TEAM WORK MAKES THE DREAM WORK!!

Booker T. Washington PCS_DC F Booker T. Washington PCS_DC
1346 Florida Avenue NW
Washington D.C., 20009

As an academically oriented vocational school, our mission is to educate students in grades 9-12 and

Wilson High School JROTC G Wilson High School JROTC
3950 Chesapeake Street NW
Washington D.C., 20016

This Page is for JROTC cadets at Wilson. Feel free to post anything you would like to know about, fo

Calvin Coolidge High School H Calvin Coolidge High School
6315 5th Street NW
Washington D.C., 20011

Coolidge opened its doors on September 23, 1940 and is the Home of the Mighty Coolidge Colts.

CEDE - The Catholic Entrepreneurship & Design Experience I CEDE - The Catholic Entrepreneurship & Design Experience
620 Michigan Avenue
Washington D.C., 20064

Born out of the popular Catholic University of America course The Vocation of Business, the Catholic

Engineering Program J Engineering Program
4300 Harewood Road, NE
Washington D.C., 20017

Archbishop Carroll High School DC Engineering Page

Duke Ellington Class of 2009 Reunion K Duke Ellington Class of 2009 Reunion
3500 R Street NW
Washington D.C.

Cardozo Education Campus Middle School L Cardozo Education Campus Middle School
1200 Clifton Street NW
Washington D.C., 20009

Find any news, updates, shout-outs, or other important info about the middle school at Cardozo Education Campus here!

Maret School Class of 1986 M Maret School Class of 1986
3000 Cathedral Avenue NW
Washington D.C., 20008

The official page of the Maret School Class of 1986

Cardozo High School N Cardozo High School
Washington D.C.

Ibn Abad O Ibn Abad
Rue Mohammed Fehri
Washington D.C., 14000

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UDC Community to Career Partnership in Anacostia P UDC Community to Career Partnership in Anacostia
4200 Conneticut Avenue NW
Washington D.C.

UDC Community to Career Partnership in Anacostia

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Washington D.C.

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Polytech Tutors R Polytech Tutors
1303 Irving Street NW
Washington D.C., 20010

From our decades in the classroom, we recognize that every child requires a different educational approach. We build relationships with students, helping them feel at ease with the learning process, so that their successes are earned and celebrated.

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Washington D.C., 58553

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Washington D.C., 20500

Washington Metropolitan High School U Washington Metropolitan High School
300 Bryant Street NW
Washington D.C., 20001

Our mission is to ensure that students have the academic skills and executive functions to be change agents in their communities.

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