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  • Portales/Gateways Exhibit Open House

    Join us for the Community Open House of the Portales/Gateways exhibit at the Harvard Street Campus. The Carlos Rosario School is now the proud host of this award-winning exhibit from the Smithsonian Anacostia Community Museum.

  • Carlos Rosario Day at DC United

    Join us for Carlos Rosario Day at the brand new DC United stadium, Audi Field! Staff, students and family can get discounted tickets at the Student Services Departments.

Student Perspective

When 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 »

Meet Brtukhan Habtom

Quick Facts

  • 43

    Different languages spoken by students

  • 2,500+

    Diverse adult learners enrolled annually

  • 300+

    students graduated in 2018

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Buy your D.C. United tickets today! You can pay cash or by check at the Student Services Department in your campus. ... See MoreSee Less

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The Carlos Rosario School is the new home of the Gateways/Portales exhibition from the Smithsonian's Anacostia Community Museum. Part of the exhibition includes an altar made by local artist Gabriela Luján, which you can see tomorrow Friday during the Portales/Gateways Exhibit Open House.

These altars, or ofrendas, are part of the the Day of the Dead tradition, where people honor their loved ones who have passed by displaying photos of them. If you would like to participate, you can bring a photo of someone you would like to honor and place it on the altar.
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October is #NationalPrincipalsMonth, a national celebration that recognizes the essential role that principals play in making a school great. Join us in recognizing both of our principals at the Carlos Rosario School, HollyAnn Freso-Moore and Karen Rivas, and thanking them for their leadership, dedication, and hard work making a difference in our school community. ... See MoreSee Less

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