Washington Latin Public Charter School provides a challenging, classical education that is accessible to students throughout the District of Columbia.
We seek to develop students who will become thoughtful people who will contribute to the public good as citizens and leaders in their lifelong quest towards a fuller humanity.
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“To all who seek to learn and all who love to teach”
We believe that education is a training of character, and character is the intersection of intellectual development and moral integrity.
NEWS & ANNOUNCEMENTS
Ms. Kolb's eighth grade theatre class will be at the Folger Friday for the Secondary Shakespeare Festival. The class will be performing their production of scenes from A Midsummer Night's Dream. Student performers include Henry Cohen, Harrison Flakker, Nathaniel...read more
Seniors and Mr. Day's Honors English 10 will attend the Shakespeare Theatre Company production of Hamlet next week. The play, directed by Michael Kahn and starring Michael Urie as Hamlet, focuses on a Danish prince trying to avenge the murder of his father. In...read more
Later this month eighth graders will take a two day trip into the past as part of their history and English curricula. Students will spend a day watching court cases at the D.C. Superior Court in connection with their Justice unit in English and their study of the...read more
Thursday upper school ninth and tenth graders took part in the annual science fair. The students, lead by Mr. Torrence and Ms. Shapiro, created a hypothesis, designed an experiment, and tested their hypotheses. Students evaluated the results in light of other...read more
Upper School Indoor Track athletes competed in the District of Columbia State Athletic Association (DCSAA) Indoor State Championships this week. Freshman Robbie Mirabello had earned a personal record in his heat of the boys 800 meter race, scoring a first place finish...read more
Ms. Brady's freshman English class visited the African Arts Museum after completing the book Things Fall Apart by Chinua Achebe. The story focuses on life in late nineteenth century Nigeria before and after the demise of colonialism. Later in the week sophomores...read more
Tuesday was a school spirit day in the Upper School and students wore their class colors while teachers donned their Latin regalia. Students including junior Ava Tiller and senior Aaliyah Lee participated in an assembly entitled "I am proud of..." about a part of...read more