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    The Carlos Rosario School will be accepting applications for all classes August 15-17.

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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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In 2007 Pactole Alison – a native of Madagascar, a small island country off the southeast coast of Africa -moved to the U.S. to be with his wife, who he met during her Peace Corps volunteer service in the country. Those first couple months in Washington, D.C. were very challenging. “When you don’t understand what… Read more »

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

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Apply for tuition-free classes at the Carlos Rosario School August 15-17. 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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Congratulations to Raul Medrano and Hector Torres for being honored at the Greater Washington Hispanic Chamber of Commerce Annual Gala. Raul won the Entrepreneurial Leader of the Year for his work leading the growth of the Small Business and Entrepreneurship Program at the Carlos Rosario School. Hector Torres, one of our school’s board members, won a Special Recognition Award for his contributions in the community. Congrats to all of the other award recipients! ... See MoreSee Less

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Many thanks to the team of Carlos Rosario School graduates who are patient care technicians at the Washington Hospital Center! The PCTs donated $304 to the Peabody Street Fire Victims Fund. Pictured below are Martha, America and Maura, who gave the donation to Principal Karen Rivas. Thanks to all of them for their generosity! ... See MoreSee Less

6 days ago  ·  

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