Public Information

What are charter schools? Charter schools, including each of DC Prep’s campuses, are fully public schools – meaning that they are open to any student living in Washington and they operate on public dollars. There are no admissions tests or tuition fees at charter schools. Charter schools have flexibility in the design of their school programs, their personnel decisions, and their resource allocation. Public charter schools are held accountable for their school's performance including student achievement, organizational and fiscal management, and stakeholder satisfaction.

For more information on charter schools, please refer to the organizations and associations listed below:

DC Public Charter School Board
Friends of Choice in Urban Schools (“FOCUS”)
The Office of the State Superintendent of Education (“OSSE”)
More information on OSSE's Policy for Complaint Procedures can be found here.

To view our school profile pages on the DC Public Charter School Board website, please choose from the campuses below:
Anacostia Elementary Campus
Benning Elementary Campus
Benning Middle Campus
Edgewood Elementary Campus
Edgewood Middle Campus

Campus Health Profiles
EEC Health Profile
EMC Health Profile
BEC Health Profile
BMC Health Profile
AEC Health Profile

DC Prep Lead Testing:
• Family and Staff Communications (Benning Site; All Org)
Edgewood Elementary Site Re-Test Results - November 2019 | Edgewood Middle Site Re-Test Results - November 2019 | EEC Analytical Results per DC Code 22-0125 (Nov. 2018)
Benning Elementary Site Re-Test Results - December 2019 | BEC Analytical Results per DC Code 22-0125 (Oct. 2018) | Benning Middle Site Re-Test Results - December 2019
Anacostia Site Re-Test Results - May 2018 | AEC Analytical Results per DC Code 22-0125 (Oct. 2018) | Anacostia Site Re-Test Results - December 2019

Additional Information:
Nondiscrimination Statement and Notice of Procedural Safeguards
DC Prep Statement of Policy and Procedure on Harassment 

What our Alumni are Saying

“DC Prep taught me to believe in myself, to keep trying to be better, and to never settle.”
Daija, DC Prep Class of 2015