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    The Carlos Rosario School is a nationally recognized, accredited and award-winning model in the field of adult education

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    Congratulations to Sonia Gutierrez! She has been named a national 2015 American Dream Medallion recipient by the Congressional Hispanic Caucus Institute.

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    Proud to be named a White House Bright Spot in Education Excellence for Hispanics.

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    This June we celebrated the successes of 330 graduates from ESL, GED, citizenship, and career training programs!

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    Meet Allison R. Kokkoros named Executive Director/ CEO of the Carlos Rosario School! She succeeds founder and Latina visionary Sonia Gutierrez.

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  • Interested in learning more about Carlos Rosario career training programs?

    We’re recruiting NEW students for spring technology, health and culinary arts classes. Come to an information session December 7th or December 8th to find out more about available classes.

    December 7th: 5:30pm

    December 8th: 9:30am or 10:30am

    Location: Sonia Gutierrez Campus (514 V Street NE)

  • We're hiring!

    Visit our employment page to learn about new positions at both campuses.

Student Perspective

Carlos Rosario School student Juan Carlos Miranda, a Honduran native, grew up between the homes of different family members. When his studies suffered from all the moving, Juan Carlos eventually quit having only completed up to 3rd grade. At age 21 Juan Carlos came to the U.S. to join his brother in search of a… Read more »

Meet Juan Carlos Miranda

Quick Facts

  • 364

    students graduated in 2014

  • 2,500

    Students enrolled annually

  • 37

    Different languages spoken by students

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This Veteran’s Day we celebrate veterans like Carlos Rosario alum Jose Ruiz. Jose first started studying at Carlos Rosario in 2009 after he learned his Vietnam GI bill had expired, and he was no longer eligible for the education benefits. Over his six years at the school he has studied computer literacy, Microsoft Office Applications, and ESL. Of his time at the school, Jose said, “When I’m with the young people here it is the same as when I was in the service. Everybody is helping each other. Every day I learn something. I like that, it keeps me going.” ... See MoreSee Less

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