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We have accepted eight applications for new public charter schools.

Weather Status for DC Public Charter Schools on Wednesday, March 15th, 2017. 

Inclement Weather Policy for Tuesday, March 14th, 2017. 

Daniela Anello, Telemundo, DC PCSB, DC Bilingual, Directora Ejecutiva

The Head of School/Directora Ejecutiva at DC Bilingual was interviewed by Telemundo.

Celebrating Read Across America Day!

Powerpoint presentation on Charter School Boards in DC. 

Honoring International Women’s Day and Women’s History Month

Official student enrollment for public schools in the District of Columbia from OSSE. 

The 2017 Spring Break dates for DC Public Charter Schools. 

Read our latest issue of DC Public Charter Schools Now

Public charter schools around the District celebrated Black History Month. 

Our DC PCSB office will be closed on Monday, February 20 in commemoration of President's Day

Roots Public Charter School, Roots PCS,

Founded in 1999 by Dr. Bernida Thompson, Roots PCS is one of only a handful of schools in DC that teaches from an African-centered perspective.

Today is the last day for National School Counseling Week 2017, "School Counseling: Helping Students Realize Their Potential”.

From February 6-10, we have been celebrating National School Counseling Week.

This week ABC7 News Reporter Richard Reeve visited César Chávez Prep Middle School, reporting on the success of DC Public Charter Schools. 

 Friendship Collegiate Academy, DCPCSB

18 students at Friendship Collegiate Academy received college football scholarships. 

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Our Executive Director Scott Pearson made the following statement about Chancellor Antwan Wilson.

Many of our DC Public Charter Schools participated in National School Choice Week and attended events at the US Capitol.  The following is an accumulation of pictures from these celebrations. 

The Board will meet on Monday January 23 at 6:30 and the meeting will livestream. View the meeting agenda.  

Throughout the United States an increasing number of students are attending public charter schools.

Check to see if your school is closed. 

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As we celebrate 20 years, here's our progress. In school year 2016-17, 65 nonprofits operate 118 schools that educate students living in every ward in the city, up from three schools in 1996.