General School Questions

1. When do classes begin?
For most classes semesters begin in September and in February. Schedules may vary for paid classes. For more information about dates, click here.

2. How can I get to the school?
Harvard Street Campus: We are located just a few blocks from the Columbia Heights Metro (green/yellow lines). Our building is also walking distance from the 52, 54, and H2 bus lines. There is limited street parking available close to the school, and you’ll need to pay close attention to parking restrictions.

Sonia Gutierrez Campus: We are located just a few blocks from the Rhode Island Avenue Metro (red line). Our building is also walking distance from the H8 and D8 bus lines. Street parking in the area is very limited. We recommend taking public transportation or a shuttle from the Harvard Street Campus.

3. Who is a typical Carlos Rosario student?
We serve adults (ages 16 and up). DC Official Code § 38-2901 defines “Adult education” as services or instruction below the college level for adults who:

  • Lack sufficient mastery of basic educational skills to enable them to function effectively in society;
  • Do not have a certificate of graduation from a school providing secondary education and have not achieved an equivalent level of education; OR
  • Have limited ability in speaking, reading, writing or understanding the English language and whose native language is a language other than English.

4. What classes does the school offer?
Please click on the classes tab to learn more about our classes.

5. What is the class schedule?
There are classes offered in the morning, afternoon and evening at the Carlos Rosario School in order to accommodate busy student schedules. For more schedule information click here.

6. What is adult education?

DC Official Code § 38-2901 defines “Adult education” as services or instruction below the college level for adults who:

  • Lack sufficient mastery of basic educational skills to enable them to function effectively in society;
  • Do not have a certificate of graduation from a school providing secondary education and have not achieved an equivalent level of education; OR
  • Have limited ability in speaking, reading, writing or understanding the English language and whose native language is a language other than English.

 

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