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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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    The Small Business and Entrepreneurship Program is hosting its first Harvest Bazaar with students and alumni of the program.

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    Learn about our career programs at the Career Training Info Sessions.


    Nov. 28th, 5:30pm

    Nov. 29th, 9:30am

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    In October we were honored to host U.S. Supreme Court Justice Sonia Sotomayor at the Sonia Gutierrez Campus.

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    Apply for Spring 2018 classes!


    January 17: 8:00am-3:00pm
    January 18: 1:00pm-8:00pm

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    Proud to be a COABE strand partner in promoting adult education

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  • Classes with Fall Semester Rolling Admissions

    The programs listed below have rolling admissions on the following days and times throughout the fall semester.

    GED Spanish Mondays    8:30am-12:30pm
    Thursdays  3:30pm-7:30pm
    ESL for Families Wednesdays 9:30am-5:30pm
    Fridays           8:30am-12:00pm
    Citizenship Mondays       9:00am-11am
    Wednesdays 6:00pm-8:00pm
    (Based on assessment/availability)
  • Shuttle Service Available to the Sonia Gutierrez Campus

    Looking for a way to get to the Sonia Gutierrez (SG) Campus on Monday? We have you covered!

    For each session there are two vans that leave from the Harvard Street Campus for the Sonia Gutierrez Campus and vans that head back to the Columbia Heights neighborhood from the SG Campus after classes. Also if you are taking the Rhode Island Avenue Metro, there is a shuttle that will pick you up there and take you to the Sonia Gutierrez Campus.


Student Perspective

Father (Fr.) Denis Mandamuna’s calling is to serve his community and inspire change in his surroundings. The Carlos Rosario School has helped him branch off to new experiences and has influenced him to change the world around him. As a young boy in the Democratic Republic of Congo, Fr. Denis suffered the loss of his… Read more »

Meet Denis Mandamuna

Quick Facts

  • 364

    students graduated in 2014

  • 2,500

    Students enrolled annually

  • $43,500

    in college scholarships raised and awarded in 2013

Carlos Rosario On Facebook

Students: interested in joining the Latinx Institute happening in January as part of the National LGBTQ Task Force Creating Change Conference? This conference will focus on leadership and skills-building for the LGBTQ social justice movement. To learn more, tune in to the Facebook Live info session tonight at 6pm: (www.facebook.com/events/389651268137189/permalink/390099864758996/), or visit the website for more info: www.creatingchange.org/faq/ ... See MoreSee Less

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We are excited to have Carlos Rosario School student and experienced reporter, Maria Alejandra, volunteering in the Communications Department this semester. Read her first post below.

Last month, our own Chef Benjamin Velasquez presented at the 2017 Smithsonian Food History Weekend where culinary leaders, researchers, practitioners, and scholars gathered at the National Museum of American History to explore the history of food in America. Throughout the weekend, presenters discussed a variety of topics such as how food has been both a bridge and a barrier to cultural connection in America, how food migrates with people, and how people have negotiated their differences and celebrated their commonalities over food throughout American history. Other panelists included Sileshi Alifom, Owner, DAS Ethiopian Cuisine; Noobtsaa Philip Vang, Owner, Foodhini, and Johanna Mendelson-Forman (moderator), Adjunct Professor, American University.
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