Janney Elementary School

4130 Albemarle Street, NW
Washington, DC 20016

Janney Elementary School is a Pre-K through 5th grade school located in the District of Columbia (see DCPS profile). Janney is exceptional because of our beliefs, our role in the community, our people and our programs. Our students contribute to an atmosphere centered on respect, curiosity and diligence. Our experienced staff leads students toward these high ideals by functioning as constant co-learners. In addition to our core curriculum, students also take art, music, technology, physical education, and Spanish classes. Our parents work tirelessly with the school and are always ready to support our students. The PTA (Parent Teacher Association) is a highly respected organization that is actively involved in our school. We have an extended day program (Janney+), and we offer many afterschool enrichment courses, including foreign language options.

Our goal at Janney is to be a community of learners built on a foundation of inquiry, equity, reflection, collaboration, and experimentation.

Information obtained from https://www.janneyschool.org/about/

Alice Deal Middle School

3815 Fort Drive NW
Washington, DC 20016

Alice Deal Middle School combines a rigorous academic program with the nurturing environment of a neighborhood school. Located in the heart of northwest DC, the Deal Middle School campus includes the original historic Deal building, modernized to meet the needs of a blended learning environment, merged with new construction to meet the needs of a robust middle school communuty. At Deal, students receive an extremely challenging academic program, which encompasses participation in the International Baccalaureate Middle Years Program as well as music and visual arts. We also offer three foreign languages: Spanish, French and Mandarin Chinese, as well as a variety of extracurricular activities.

Information obtained from http://profiles.dcps.dc.gov/Deal+Middle+School

Woodrow Wilson High School

3950 Chesapeake St. NW
Washington, DC 20016

Woodrow Wilson High School, DC's largest high school, is home to a diverse student population defined by tolerance, acceptance and academic rigor. At Wilson, we strive to 'make decisions based on student learning.' The recently modernized eight acre, seven building campus was awarded LEED certification and Green Ribbon School status. More than 90% of Wilson graduates attend college and members of last year's class were accepted to over 200 colleges, universities, and junior colleges across 41 states and the District of Columbia and offered over $28 million in scholarships. Wilson currently offers college-level courses in 30 AP subject areas as well as Engineering and Bio-Medicine. Over 850 Wilson scholars are in one of the seven rigorous college and career-readiness academies. Wilson fields 20 DCIAA teams and another 20 club teams.

Information obtained from http://profiles.dcps.dc.gov/Woodrow+Wilson+High+School