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

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    Interested in attending fall classes at the Carlos Rosario School?! Come to open enrollment August 19-21.

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

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    VP Joe Biden visits the Carlos Rosario School to support healthcare enrollment efforts.

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Student Perspective

In 2006 Cuban native Jacqueline Castro-Lopez and her husband decided to come to the U.S. in search of a better life for their kids: a two year old son and a six year old daughter. Jacqueline said, “I wanted my kids to be more free.” When Jacqueline first arrived and enrolled her daughter in school,… Read more »

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Quick Facts

  • $43,500

    in college scholarships raised and awarded in 2013

  • 115

    Students earned elementary and middle school certificates and GED diplomas in 2013

  • 90

    Countries of Origin

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This past summer teachers from the Carlos Rosario School traveled to El Salvador to learn more about the country where many of our students come from. Check out some of the photos they shared below, and read more about it here: www.carlosrosario.org/carlos-rosario-school-delegation-travels-el-salvador/. (6 photos) ...

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Today we end our series on local Latin American immigrants who have achieved success in their fields. Meet Douglas Mejia, news director at Telemundo Washington.

Douglas is originally from El Salvador and has been living in the US for a decade. When he first came to this country, he started working at a kitchen in Maryland, but quickly found a job in journalism, his career in El Salvador. He applied for a job at Telemundo when the station first started its local newscast ten years ago and despite a limited command of English when he first arrived, his past experience and passion landed him a place at the station. He now uses his position for the benefit of the Latino community in the greater Washington area. “Our community is always present in my work, and every decision or news report that we produce is thought out to help Latinos in the metropolitan area,” he said.
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The Carlos Rosario School community has chosen! According to our online poll, the best place to buy pupusas in DC is Ercilia’s, just a few blocks from the Harvard Street Campus on Mt. Pleasant street. Be sure to check out this local business next time you’re in the neighborhood! Thanks to everyone who voted! ...

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