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DSCF0198Lilo Gonzalez is a musician and songwriter based in the Mt. Pleasant neighborhood in Washington, DC. He came to the US from El Salvador in the 1980s as a refugee of the civil war. Looking to improve his son’s quality of life, he started working as soon as he arrived. “I got here on a… Read more »

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  • 115

    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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Last weekend, Miriam Perlacio, a graduate of Carlos Rosario's Culinary Arts program, represented Peruvian tamales at the TamalFest! Click here to learn more about Miriam and her recipe: holaculturamas.wordpress.com/portfolio/regresa-la-ganadora-de-2015/ ... See MoreSee Less

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Our very own Chef Sebastien Lamerre, Culinary Arts Academy Director, interviews the owners of Los Hermanos Dominican Food Restaurant about their version of tamales, pasteles.

Get tickets for #TamalFestDC today through their Kickstarter campaign: kck.st/2fu4HhJ. Some of our staff members will be there so stop by and say hi!
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Hector Torres, a Carlos Rosario School board member and local hotel entrepreneur, shared his story of success and some words of wisdom in the classroom earlier this week. Hector urged students not to be embarrassed by their accents and to be proud of their learning. He finished with the following message: “The English language spoken well opens doors.” ... See MoreSee Less

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