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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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    Apply for classes at the Carlos Rosario School August 16-18. We offer tuition-free classes to Washington, D.C. residents.

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    The Carlos Rosario School was named a Tier 1 school by the DC Public Charter School Board!

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    Come to the Harvard Street Campus August 16-18 to apply for tuition-free classes. Must be a resident of Washington, D.C.

Student Perspective

student_sherylWhen Brtukhan first came to the Carlos Rosario School in 2008 she started in Orientation A, an English literacy class where she learned basics like the English alphabet. Brtukhan, originally from Addis Abba the capitol of Ethiopia, studied in her country until 8th grade and then had to leave her education behind to care for… Read more »

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

  • 37

    Different languages spoken by students

  • 2,500

    Students enrolled annually

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Apply for tuition-free classes at the Carlos Rosario School August 16-18. The School offers English as a Second Language, GED, literacy, technology, citizenship preparation and career training programs! More details about registration here: www.carlosrosario.org/courses/registration-information/. ... See MoreSee Less

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Check out our students' artwork at the Mt. Pleasant Library throughout July. The Library is showcasing community art books in an exhibit named Open Shelves. The exhibit also features books and art by Quique Aviles, Anne Buckwalter and the visiting public. Here are some photos of students and staff putting together the books with Jamila Felton, librarian at Mt. Pleasant Library. ... See MoreSee Less

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