The City By Foot

The City By Foot

DC History took a walking tour of U Street and visited the African American Civil War Museum last week. The class studies the impact of gentrification on Washington, D.C.’s changing communities and looks at key historical and cultural sites in the city,...

Looking Ahead to College

This Thursday, Juniors attended a spring charter school college fair at Thurgood Marshall Academy. At this point in the year, juniors and their parents have already sat for meetings to launch their college discovery process and proposed a list of prospective...

Many Nations in Our Eyes

At last weekend’s United Nations Conference hosted by Alice Deal Middle School, Washington Latin middle schoolers earned several awards for their outstanding performances during the debates. Seventh grader, Willa Roemer portrayed Governor John Kasich of the...

Jazz in the Big Easy

This week the Jazz Band took an amazing trip to see the Annual French Quarter Festival in New Orleans. There will be more than 130 bands performing all over the French Quarter and our school’s band will be performing on the docks of the Mississippi!  The group...
Madame Justice

Madame Justice

High school history teacher Mr. Hagerty brought juniors from his American history class to the Aspen Institute on Tuesday. Students met with Evan and Oscie Thomas on Evan’s new book First: Sandra Day O’Connor. The author is a former Washington bureau chief editor at...
Moroccan Madness

Moroccan Madness

Mr. Porcelli, Mr. Hamd, and Ms. Brady chaperoned a Spring Break trip to Morocco with students in the upper level Arabic classes. This trip includes historic and popular sights like the Fez, Marrakesh, and Casablanca. Students learned about religious and cultural cites...