School Info

 

The Nation’s Capital is full of educational options. Knowing what these options are and how to take advantage of them is the key to a successful transition to Washington DC. There are options to homeschool, attend private schools and attend DC public schools (DCPS) and DC Public Charter Schools (DCPCS). The information you’ll find below will help you better understand each of these options.

Local School Information

 

Zoned Schools

Leckie Elementary/Middle School is the zoned school for Joint Base Anacostia Bolling (JBAB). The school caters to students PK3-8th grade. DC Public Schools classifies the school as a school on the rise since student proficiency scores in Reading and Math have risen each year for the last four years--a positive result of strong instructional leadership and increased enrollment by military families residing on JBAB.

You can inquire about enrollment by calling the front office and scheduling an appoint to visit / register. The school's number is (202) 645-3330 and their website is http://www.leckielionsdc.org/.

The other schools zoned for JBAB are Hart Middle School and Ballou High School.

If you are a military family considering residing off base and within the District of Columbia and would like to know which school is zoned for the residence you are considering, please visit the District of Columbia Schools (DCPS) enrollment Boundary Information System at http://dcatlas.dcgis.dc.gov/schools/ 

 

Enrollment Documents

For DCPS enrollment info visit http://dcps.dc.gov/page/how-enroll 

For DCPS enrollment forms visit http://dcps.dc.gov/page/enrollment-forms 

For DCPS enrollment info for Military Families visit http://dcps.dc.gov/node/1098372 

** Note these forms are not used by DC Public Charter Schools. Please visit each Charter School’s website for enrollment information.

 

Enrollment in Out of Zone Schools

All DC residents have the option, if they wish, to select a public school out of zone or have their child considered for enrollment at a public charter school through the DC Common Lottery. Military families living on JBAB, Fort McNair, or the Marine Barracks should contact their school liaison officer for out of zone enrollment information. Families need to be aware that placement in out-of-zone schools is dependent on availability.

Parents with 6th-12th grade students should schedule an appointment with the DC Public School student placement office to secure enrollment. The zoned schools for JBAB are Hart MS and Ballou HS. These schools have not been able to meet the academic needs for military connected students residing on JBAB. To contact the DC Student Placement Specialist, please call (202) 939-2004. The DC Student Placement Specialist will only assist with out of zone public school placement; enrollment in charter schools must be completed online at www.myschooldc.org .

If you are a parent of an elementary student already classified as gifted and talented, a Montessori student, Primary Years International Baccalaureate, Language Immersion or other specialty program, please notify your School Liaison Officer. Washington DC and all 50 states have signed into their state laws the "Interstate Compact on Educational Opportunities for Military Connected Children”. This law enables sending and receiving states to level the playing field for military connected students so they stay on track programmatically and on track towards graduation. Questions concerning the application of this law should be directed to the School Liaison Officer. For more information about the compact, go to www.MIC3.net .

Military connected students can seek enrollment at any public school of their choosing at any time; however, this does NOT apply to PREK 3 and 4 year old programs or specialty center programs. Again, enrollment can only occur if the school has space available to accommodate the student.

 

DCPS Academic Offerings: Information about academic offerings across all grades can be found online by visiting http://dcps.dc.gov/DCPS/Learn+About+Schools/Academic+Offerings. This page will provide the reader with detailed information about Advance Placement, International Baccalaureate Programs at select Elementary, Middle and High schools, dual language schools, immersion programs and Montessori schools. Parents can learn more about individual school profiles located at http://profiles.dcps.dc.gov/, then select the drop down menu from “Select Program”.

 

DCPS Application Based Specialized High Schools: DCPS application based specialized high schools are public schools with specialized programs that require advance application, transcripts, and coordination. Learn more by reviewing individual school profiles http://profiles.dcps.dc.gov/, and selecting “Application High Schools”, from the “Select Programs” drop down menu.

 

DCPS Specialized Schools include:

Benjamin Banneker High School, (International Baccalaureate High School) 202- 673-7322, http://benjaminbanneker.org/  

Columbia Heights Education Campus, 202-939-7700, http://checdc.org/home.php  

Duke Ellington High School of The Arts, 202-282-0123, http://www.ellingtonschool.org/  

McKinley Technology High School, 202-281-3950, http://mths.k12.dc.us/  

Phelps High School of Architecture, Engineering and Construction, 202-729-4360, http://www.pacehs.org  

School Without Walls High School, 202-698-3793, http://www.swwhs.org  

Application dates for these schools are listed on the DCPS website and the schools websites. Application periods generally start in December and end the first week in February for the next school year. If the application deadline has passed, the military family living on JBAB should contact the DCPS Student Placement office at 202-939-2004 for additional guidance concerning specialty center admissions.

 

Public Charter Schools

DC is a community that enjoys one of the largest collections of charter schools in the country. These schools are free public charter schools available to all DC residents. Enrollment into these programs is through the DC Common Lottery (explained further). These charter school programs cater to PreK3-12 grades and offer a wide variety of instructional approaches from language immersion to expeditionary learning and everything in between. Parents are advised to do their research to determine which schools might be a good fit for their child. The following websites will provide information that will help determine which school best fits the needs of your child. www.dcps.dc.gov ; www.myschooldc.org . Please contact your school liaison officer if you have any questions about this process. For answers to Frequently Asked Questions about Charter Schools and Out of Zone Schools, go to http://www.myschooldc.org/faq/faqs

 

DC Lottery for Charter School Enrollment

Another way to enroll into an out of boundary school or a DC charter school is to participate in the DC Common Lottery. Parents must visit the My School DC website and complete an online application for each child. The DC Common Lottery URL is http://www.myschooldc.org. Applications are accepted year round, but understand that the initial placement round is conducted each spring.

School year 2018-19 Lottery Dates:

December 9, 2017: EdFEST - the annual citywide school fair

December 11, 2017: My School DC application opens for school year 2018-19

February 1, 2018: Application deadline for grades 9-12

March 1, 2018: Application deadline for grades PK3-8

March 30, 2018: Lottery results are available

May 1, 2018: Common enrollment deadline

*Apply at MySchoolDC.org or call the My School DC Hotline at (202) 888-6336

 

DCPS 2018-2019 School Calendar

 

School Bus Transportation

 

DC Public Schools and DC Public Charter Schools do not provide school bus transportation for students. JBAB provides school bus transportation to a select number of public schools, charter schools, and specialty center programs on a space available basis; transportation is not available for private schools. Bus transportation is for students in grades K-12; preschool age children are not eligible. Parents are advised to review the schools served by the JBAB bus service by calling the JBAB School Bus Coordinator, (202) 767-8138, or by reviewing the list of schools provided on the JBAB School Liaison Officer webpage. Students must be registered in a school to receive a bus pass. Seats are limited, so please register for a bus pass as soon as possible.

 

 

School Bus Transportation List

Year 2017-2018

 

Schools serviced by the JBAB School Bus Transportation Program:  The following schools will be serviced by the JBAB School Bus Transportation Program during School Year 2017-3018. FYI: BUSES ARE NOT PROVIDED FOR PRESCHOOL GRADES OR PRIVATE SCHOOLS.

Please be aware that in June of 2019, bus transportation will end for the following schools: Mann, Lafayette, and Murch Elementary Schools.

 

SCHOOL

ADDRESS

PHONE / FAX

PRINCIPAL

WARD

GRADES

Achievement Prep
Public Charter School

Grades K-3

908 Wahler Place SE

 Washington, DC 20032

(202) 562-1307

(202) 748-1219 fax

Rebeccah Brooking

8

K-3rd

Achievement Prep
Public Charter School

Grades 4-8

908 Wahler Place. SE
Washington, DC 20032

(202) 562-1214
(202) 562-1219 fax

Shantelle Wright

8

4th-8th

Ballou High School

3401 4th St. SE
Washington, DC 20032

(202) 645-3400
(202) 645-3397 fax

Yetunde Reeves

8

9th-12th

Basis
Public Charter School

410 8th St. NW
Washington, DC 20004

(202) 393-5437
(202) 803-5764 fax

Paul Morrissey

2

5th-9th

Columbia Heights Education Campus

(Grades 9-12 have specific admissions requirements and selection criteria)

3101 16th St. NW
Washington, DC 20010

(202) 939-7700
(202) 576-9147 fax

Maria Tukeva

1

6th–12th

Benjamin Banneker High School

(specific admissions requirements and selection criteria)

800 Euclid St. NW
Washington, DC 20001

(202) 671-6320
(202) 673-2231 fax

Anita Berger

1

9th–12th

Robert Brent Elementary School

301 North Carolina Ave. SE
Washington, DC 20003

(202) 698-3363
(202) 698-3369 fax

Norah Lycknell

6

PK3–5th

Cardozo Education Campus: 6th -12th

1200 Clifton St. NW
Washington, DC 20009

(202) 673-7385
(202) 673-2232 fax

Tanya Roane

1

6th-12th

Center City: Congress Heights Campus
Public Charter

220 Highview Place, SE
Washington, DC 20011

(202) 562-7070

Niya White

8

PK-8th

Alice Deal Middle School

3815 Fort Dr. NW
Washington, DC 20016

(202) 939-2010
(202) 282-1116 fax

Diedre Neal

3

6th-8th

Duke Ellington School of the Arts

(specific admissions requirements and selection criteria)

1698 35th Street NW
Washington, DC 20007

(202) 282-0123
(202) 337-7847 fax

Sandi Logan

2

9th-12th

Eagle Academy at Congress Heights Public Charter School

3400 Wheeler Rd. NE
Washington, DC 20032

(202) 544-2646
(202) 544-0187 fax

Mrs. Melanie Leonard (PreK-K); Mr. Royston Lyttle (1-3)

8

PK3-3rd

Eaton Elementary School

3301 Lowell St. NW
Washington, DC 20008

(202) 282-0103
(202) 282-0074 fax

Dale Mann

3

PK3–5th

Peabody Primary School

425 C St NE Washington, DC 20002

(202) 698-3277

Elena Bell

6

PK3-K

Excel Academy
Public Charter
School For Girls

2501 Martin Luther King Jr. Ave. SW
Washington, DC 20020

(202) 373-0097
(202) 544-0187 fax

Nikki Williams

8

PK3-8th

Hardy Middle School

1819 35th St. NW
Washington, DC 20007

(202) 729-4350
(202) 576-9443 fax

Lucas Cooke

2

6th–8th

Hart Middle School

601 Mississippi Ave. SE
Washington, DC 20032

(202) 671-6426
(202) 645-3426 fax

Charlette Butler

8

6th–8th

Hyde-Addison Elementary School (new location due to renovations)

2501 11th St. NW
Washington, DC 20007

(202) 282-0170
(202) 282-0087 fax

Elizabeth Namba

2

PK4-5th

Key Elementary School

 

5001 Dana Pl. NW
Washington, DC 20016

(202) 729-3280
(202) 282-0188

fax

David Landeyou

3

PK4-5th

Lafayette Elementary

5701 Broad Branch Rd. NW

Washington, DC 20015

(202) 282-0116

(202) 282-1126 fax

Carrie Broquard

4

PK4-5th

Langley Elementary School

 

101 T Street NE

Washington DC 20002

(202) 724-4223
(202) 832-1377

fax

Vanessa Drumm

5

PK3-5th

Leckie Elementary School

4201 M.L. King Ave. SW
Washington, DC 20032

(202) 645-3330
(202) 645-3331 fax

Niyeka Wilson

8

PK3–8th

Horace Mann Elementary School

4430 Newark St. NW

Washington, DC 20016

(202) 282-0126

(202) 282-0128 fax

Elizabeth Whisnant

3

PK4-5th

McKinley Technology High School

151 T St. NE

Washington, Dc 20002

(202)  281-3950

(202) 576-6279

Louise Jones

5

9th-12th

Murch Elementary

3373 Van Ness St. NW

Washington, DC 20008

(202) 282-0130

(202) 282-0132 fax

Chris Cebrzynski

3

PK4-5th

School Without Walls High School

2130 G St. NW
Washington, DC 20037

(202) 645-9690
(202) 724-8536 fax

Richard Trogisch

2

9th-12th

Schools Without Walls Middle School At Francis Stevens Campus

2425 N St. NW
Washington, DC 20037

(202) 724-4841
(202) 724-3957 fax

Richard Trogisch

2

PK3-8th

Stoddert Elementary School

4001 Calvert St. NW
Washington, DC 20007

(202) 671-6030
(202) 282-0145 fax

Donald Bryant

3

PK3-5th

Two Rivers School
Public Charter

1227 4th St. NE
Washington, DC 20002

(202) 546-4477
(202) 546-0869 fax

Maggie Bello

6

PK3-8th

Washington Mathematics  Science and Technology
Public Charter

1920 Bladensburg Rd NE
Washington, DC 20003

(202) 636-8011
(202) 544-0187 fax

Dr. N’Deye Diagne

5

9th-12th

Watkins Elementary School: A Capitol Hill Cluster School (new location due to renovations)

1830 Constitution Ave NW
Washington, DC 20003

(202) 698-3355
(202) 698-3340 fax

Elena Bell

6

1st-5th

Wilson High School

3950 Chesapeake St. NW
Washington, DC 20008

(202) 282-0120
(202) 282-0077 fax

Kim Martin

3

9th-12th

 

 

FYI: BUSES ARE NOT PROVIDED FOR PRESCHOOL GRADES

Additional Preschool Option Provided for Information Purposes Only

 

PK3—PK4 in Ward 8 (Achievement Prep)

Apple Tree Early Learning PCS – Southwest

801 7TH STREET SW

Washington, DC 20024

Graduation Requirements

 

DCPS Graduation Requirements (General Information--not to be applied to Specialty Centers or DC Public Charter Schools)

For more information please visit http://dcps.dc.gov/graduation

 

Academic Graduation Requirements for DCPS 24.0 Diploma

To receive a diploma in DC, students who enroll in 9th grade for the first time in School Year 2007-2008 and thereafter must earn 24.0 credits (or Carnegie Units) as follows:

Subject

Credits (Carnegie Units)

English

4.0 credits

Mathematics (including Algebra I, Geometry, Algebra II)

4.0 credits

Science (must include three lab sciences)

4.0 credits

Social Studies (must include World History 1 and 2, United States History; United States Government, and District of Columbia History)

4.0 credits

World Language

2.0 credits

Art

0.5 credits

Music

0.5 credits

Health and Physical Education

1.5 credits

Electives

3.5 credits

Total

24.0 credits

*For all students entering the ninth (9th) grade beginning school year 2009-2010, one (1) of the three (3) lab science units shall be a course in Biology.

• At least two (2) of the twenty four (24) Carnegie Units for graduation must include a College Level or Career Preparatory (CLCP) course approved by the student’s local education agency (LEA) and successfully completed by the student. The course may fulfill subject matter or elective unit requirements as deemed appropriate by the LEA. CLCP courses approved by the LEA may include courses at other institutions.

• All students must enroll in Algebra no later than ninth (9th) grade commencing with the 2007/2008 school year.

• Students qualifying for the evening program high school diploma are not required to take the 1.5 credits in Health and Physical Education.

All students must complete 100 hours of community service to receive a high school diploma.

 

Virginia Private Schools

 

Unfortunately, there is no transportation service provided by JBAB for students who attend private schools in DC, Maryland or Virginia. The following schools have been popular choices for families residing on Joint Base Anacostia Bolling because of their close proximity to the installation and quality of education.

Our Savior Luthern, (K-8) 825 S. Taylor Street Arlington, VA 22204 (703) 892-4846

St. Ann’s School, (K-8) 980 N. Frederick Street, Arlington, VA 22205 (703) 525-7599

St. Columbia School, (K-8) 7800 Livingston Rd., Oxon Hill, MD 20745 (301) 567-6212 ext.2

St. Thomas More Cathedral School, (K-8) 105 N. Thomas Street, Arlington, VA 22203 (703) 527-0608

Bishop Dennis O’Connell Senior High School, (9-12) 6600 Little Falls Road, Arlington, VA 22213 (703) 237- 1400

Bishop Ireton Senior High School, (9-12) 6600 Little Falls Road, Arlington, VA 22213 (703) 212-5190

St. Peters School, 422 3rd St. SE, Washington DC 2003 (202) 544-1618

Home Schooling

 

Parents interested in home schooling in the District of Colombia must submit the “Intent to Home School Form”. This must be summited annually for the coming school year by August 15th or upon the establishment of residency within the District of Columbia. This form and additional information about homeschooling in the District can be obtained by visiting the Office of the State Superintendent of Education’s website dedicated to homeschooling. http://osse.dc.gov/service/district-columbia-homeschooling-program  

Joint Base Anacostia Bolling has a strong home schooling inclusive group known as the JBAB Home Educators. More information about this group and how to connect with them can be found by contacting the JBAB School Liaison Officer or by going to their web page, https://www.homeschool-life.com/dc/bahe/

 

HOME SCHOOL PARENTS:
D.C. regulations require you to maintain a portfolio of homeschooling material that includes evidence of your child's current work, such as examples of your child's writings, worksheets, workbooks, creative materials, assessments, or any other materials that demonstrate that your child is engaged in thorough, regular educational activities in a range of subjects. The portfolio is to be maintained for one year and should only be reviewed when there is reason to believe that a regular and thorough education is not being provided. The regulations require you to teach at least the following subjects: language arts, mathematics, science, social studies, art, music, health, and physical education.

While testing is not mandatory for home school students, your child is eligible to participate in public school sponsored testing in your resident school district without charge. The schools zoned for JBAB are Leckie Elementary (K-8th), Hart Middle School (6th-8th), Ballou High School (9th-12th).

If you choose to have your children return to a public school after home schooling, please remember that you must demonstrate that your child has been engaged in thorough, regular educational activities in a range of subjects. For more information and resources to assess your child's progress, visit the Home School Legal Defense Association website:  https://www.hslda.org/earlyyears/Testing.asp , and, https://www.hslda.org/hs101/DC.aspx

Online Public Charter School/Home Based Instruction

 

Friendship Charter School is a public online charter school that serves students throughout DC. This is an option available to JBAB families seeking online home based instruction. Students enrolled in this online charter school receive online instructional support and also have access to a certified Friendship Charter School teacher during the week. To learn more about this program visit http://fpcso.k12.com/ or contact the JBAB School Liaison Officer for additional contact information.

Pre-Kindergarten (PK3-PK4)

 

DCPS places a strong value on early childhood education and strives to make seats in these grades available to as many children as possible in a fair and equitable way. However, because students are not required by law to attend preschool (PK3) or prekindergarten (PK4), the “right to attend” is not extended to children in these grades. DCPS offers seats for 3-year-old children in PK3 and seats for 4-year-old children in PK4. Families may enroll children in PK3 if they are 3 years old and in PK4 if they are 4 years old, respectively, by September 30. To apply for a PK3 or PK4 seat, families must submit an application through the lottery website www.myschooldc.org .

 

PK School Options Outside My School 

Special Needs Information

Exceptional Family Member Program

To ensure that you are moving to a duty location that offers the services your child may need, be sure to enroll in and consult with the Exceptional Family Member Program. EFMP enrollment is mandatory and required immediately upon identification of a special need for active duty members. Command points of contact and military treatment facility (MTF) EFMP Coordinators can assist service and family members with the enrollment process.

Navy Exceptional Family Member Program

Air Force Exceptional Family Member Program

Points of Contact

EFMP Coordinator: JBAB

579th Medical Group

202-404-3612

EFMP Liaison

Military & Family Support Center

202-767-0450

Naval District Washington

Naval District Washington

Regional EFMP Lead Liaison

202-443-6235

 

Paperwork required for enrollment in the EFMP is available from the EFMP medical point of contact at the installation. Forms must be completed by the appropriate medical or educational provider and then returned to the EFMP medical point of contact.

The forms for enrollment are:

DD Form 2792 Family Medical Summary – In order to document medical needs only, the service member, spouse or adult family member completes the first page. The remainder is completed by the family member’s physician or other qualified medical professional and includes the diagnosis, frequency of care, medication and any special accommodations required by the family member.

DD Form 2792-1 Educational Summary School Age Children 3+ -- In order to document educational needs, the sponsor, parent or legal guardian completes items one through seven of the first page. The remainder of the form is completed by school or early intervention program personnel. The form includes the child’s educational diagnosis and is accompanied by a copy of the Individualized Education Plan (IEP) or individual family service plan.

Source: Military OneSource

 

Early Intervention Services for Children with Special Needs 

Early Stages is a DC Public Schools diagnostic center for children between the ages of 2 years 8 months and 5 years 10 months. This program can help identify any delays that your child may have and arrange services to address them. The first five years of a child’s life are the most important to their development. The earlier a child receives services, the more likely it is that their needs will be reduced or even eliminated as they get older. Early Stages can serve any child who goes to a DC public school, is home-schooled or has not yet entered the school system. Please call if your child attends a charter school. All services are FREE. www.earlystagesdc.org , 202-698-8037. If your child is younger than 2 years 8 months, please contact Strong Start, the DC Early Intervention Program, at (202) 727-3665.

An Overview of Special Education

Learning how to navigate the special education system can be difficult for any family, but it can be an even greater challenge for military families whose educational environments are constantly changing. Military OneSource offers tools and resources to help make things easier for you and your family. Start here (http://www.militaryonesource.mil/education-and-employment/pre-k-12-education?content_id=282380) to learn about the special education process, including:

  • Eligibility
  • Relevant regulations
  • Moving
  • Moving overseas
  • Graduating or leaving school

 

District of Columbia Specialized Instruction

DC Public Schools aspires be a model district for special education. The goal of DCPS is to provide high quality inclusion and special education services, and to dramatically improve academic outcomes for students with disabilities.
Four strategic goals are to:
1. Increase academic achievement
2. Include more students
3. Involve families in their child's success
4. Prepare students for college and the workforce

For more information about special education programs in DCPS, please download the Special Education Programs and Resources Guide.
https://dcps.dc.gov/sites/default/files/dc/sites/dcps/publication/attachments/Family%20Programs%20and%20Resources%20Guide%2016-17.pdf

 

Division of Specialized Instruction

1200 First Street, NE

Washington, DC 20002

202-442-9929

dcps.specialed@dc.gov

 

Behavior & Education Support Program, osi.behavior@dc.gov

Communication & Education Support Program, osi.autism@dc.gov

Early Learning Support Program, osi.sls@dc.gov

Independence & Learning Support Program, osi.lowincidence@dc.gov

Medical & Education Support Program, osi.mes@dc.gov

Sensory Support Program, osi.lowincidence@dc.gov

Specific Learning Support Program, osi.sls@dc.gov

Assistive Technology, osi.at@dc.gov

Early Childhood Inclusion, dcps.earlychildhood@dc.gov

Early Stages, info@earlystagesdc.gov

Extended School Year, osi.esy@dc.gov

Home and Hospital Instruction Program, hip.dcps@dc.gov

Inclusion Models, osi.sit@dc.gov

Related Services, dcps.relatedservices@dc.gov

Section 504, 504@dc.gov

Transition Programs, osi.transition@dc.gov

OSSE Department of Transportation Parent Resource Center, 202-576-5000

 

District of Columbia Office of the State Superintendent of Education (OSSE)

810 1st Street NE, Ninth Floor, Washington, DC 20002

Phone: (202) 727-6436

http://osse.dc.gov/

 

Early Learning:

Office Hours Monday –Friday 8:30 – 5:30.

Phone (202) 727-6436

9th Floor, 810 1st Street NE, DC, 20002

 

Specialized Education:

Office Hours Monday –Friday 8:30 – 5:30.

Phone (202) 727-6436

9th Floor, 810 1st Street NE, DC, 20002

Legal Support

 

Children's Law Center

616 H Street NW, Suite 300, Washington, DC 20001

Telephone 202.467.4900 | Fax 202.467.4949

www.childrenslawcenter.org

 

PAVE Partnership for Action Voices for Empowerment

PAVE is a parent directed organization that works with families, individuals with disabilities,

professionals and community members in all walks of life and with all types of disabilities. Since

1979, PAVE has provided information, training and support for over 1,000,000 individuals with

disabilities, parents and professionals. http://wapave.org

 

The appearance of a website on this page does not imply official endorsement by the DoD; it is merely provided as a resource for your convenience and consideration.

FAQS and Helpful Links to Local School Districts

OFFICE OF THE STATE SUPERINTENDENT OF EDUCATION
The mission of the Office of the State Superintendent of Education (OSSE) is to remove barriers and create pathways for District residents to receive a great education and prepare them for success in college, careers, and life.

Currently, there are thousands of military families with students enrolled in the District of Columbia Public Schools and public charter schools. This website provides resources to assist with the specific needs of your military family. https://osse.dc.gov/service/military-families

 

For answers to Frequently Asked Questions about Charter Schools and Out of Zone Schools, go to http://www.myschooldc.org/faq/faqs.  

 

District of Columbia

DC Deputy Mayor for Education http://dme.dc.gov/page/about-dme  

DC Office of the State Superintendent of Education (OSSE) http://osse.dc.gov/  

DC School Search http://profiles.dcps.dc.gov/  On this page you can select to view by levels or by individual schools. Once school is loaded click to view school profile

DCPS Charter School Board http://www.dcpubliccharter.com  Use this website to view Charter school profiles.

 

Virginia School Districts within commuting distance

Virginia Department of Education / School, Division Report cards:

http://www.doe.virginia.gov/statistics_reports/school_report_card/index.shtml  

Choose the "School, Division and State online report cards" Link in middle of page, Next page: choose division and then school you wish to view.

Fairfax County Public Schools: Schools and Center Directory:

http://commweb.fcps.edu/directory/  On Right use search application to locate school of interest.

Arlington County Public Schools http://www.apsva.us/Page/1  Click on Parent link and select APS Dashboard from the Quick Picks menu. This information may be very helpful for viewing on-time graduation rates for Arlington high schools. Please view the VDOE school report card site for more detail information about schools.

Alexandria City Public Schools

Click on Schools tab at the top of the home page. On the next page scroll down until you see the school you would like to learn more about and select the "profile" link. This information is general at best. For more specific information about school performance, please visit the VDOE school report card website. http://www.apsva.us/Page/1

 

Maryland Schools Districts within commuting distance

Maryland Department of Education: 2012 Maryland State report card site: This site will allow you to research student performance measures by state, school system and by school. http://www.mdreportcard.org/  

Prince George County Maryland report card page: http://www.mdreportcard.org/Entity.aspx?K=16AAAA  

Charles County Maryland report card page: http://www.mdreportcard.org/Entity.aspx?K=08AAAA