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Academy of Hope PCS (Northeast) Day Program

Academy of Hope is an adult public charter school in Washington D.C., offering excellence in adult education since 1985. Our mission is to provide high quality education and services that change lives and improve our communities. At Academy of Hope, students become part of a learning community where everyone is valued, adds value and is both a teacher and a learner. Our curriculum is experiential and focuses on life skills, which means that students can immediately begin applying what they’re learning to their own lives—and reap the benefits.

2315 18th Place Northeast, Washington, District of Columbia 20018
(202) 269-6623

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Academy of Hope PCS (Northeast) Night Program

Academy of Hope is an adult public charter school in Washington D.C., offering excellence in adult education since 1985. Our mission is to provide high quality education and services that change lives and improve our communities. At Academy of Hope, students become part of a learning community where everyone is valued, adds value and is both a teacher and a learner. Our curriculum is experiential and focuses on life skills, which means that students can immediately begin applying what they’re learning to their own lives—and reap the benefits.

2315 18th Place Northeast, Washington, District of Columbia 20018
(202) 269-6623

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Academy of Hope PCS (Southeast) Day Program

Academy of Hope is an adult public charter school in Washington D.C., offering excellence in adult education since 1985. Our mission is to provide high quality education and services that change lives and improve our communities. At Academy of Hope, students become part of a learning community where everyone is valued, adds value and is both a teacher and a learner. Our curriculum is experiential and focuses on life skills, which means that students can immediately begin applying what they’re learning to their own lives—and reap the benefits.

421 Alabama Avenue Southeast, Washington, District of Columbia 20032
(202) 373-0246

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Academy of Hope PCS (Southeast) Night Program

Academy of Hope is an adult public charter school in Washington D.C., offering excellence in adult education since 1985. Our mission is to provide high quality education and services that change lives and improve our communities. At Academy of Hope, students become part of a learning community where everyone is valued, adds value and is both a teacher and a learner. Our curriculum is experiential and focuses on life skills, which means that students can immediately begin applying what they’re learning to their own lives—and reap the benefits.

421 Alabama Avenue Southeast, Washington, District of Columbia 20032
(202) 373-0246

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Ballou STAY (Comprehensive High School Program)

Ballou S.T.A.Y (School To Aid Youth) High School was established in 1989 as an alternative high school to provide an opportunity for DC residents to complete their high school education. Ballou STAY's diverse student body. Ballou STAY offers traditional and accelerated diploma programs in addition to External Diploma Programs. Ballou STAY also offers vocational programs such as, barbering, cosmetology, and culinary arts. The vocational program, along with sports and clubs at Ballou STAY, empowers young adults with the career skills to succeed in the real world.

3401 4th Street Southeast, Washington, District of Columbia 20032
(202) 645-3390

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Ballou STAY (NEDP Program)

Ballou S.T.A.Y (School To Aid Youth) High School was established in 1989 as an alternative high school to provide an opportunity for DC residents to complete their high school education. Ballou STAY's diverse student body. Ballou STAY offers traditional and accelerated diploma programs in addition to External Diploma Programs. Ballou STAY also offers vocational programs such as, barbering, cosmetology, and culinary arts. The vocational program, along with sports and clubs at Ballou STAY, empowers young adults with the career skills to succeed in the real world.

3401 4th Street Southeast, Washington, District of Columbia 20032
(202) 645-3390

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Briya Public Charter School

Briya’s mission is to provide a high-quality education for adults and children that empowers families through a culturally sensitive family literacy model.

2333 Ontario Road Northwest, Washington, District of Columbia 20009
(202) 232-7777

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Carlos Rosario International PCS (Ward 1)

Carlos Rosario has helped thousands of adults obtain high school diplomas; pass the citizenship exam and become U.S. citizens; gain the English skills necessary to help their children with homework; enter into careers and climb career ladders; and obtain college degrees and workforce certifications. Come apply for the school lottery on the following days: -Tuesday, August 14th: 8:00 AM-3:30 PM -Wednesday, August 15th: 12:30 PM-8:00 PM -Thursday, August 16th: 8:30 AM-1:00 PM NOTE: If an applicant wins the Lottery, they must return the following week to complete their registration process.

1100 Harvard Street Northwest, Washington, District of Columbia 20009
(202) 797-4700

Carlos Rosario International PCS (Ward 5)

Carlos Rosario has helped thousands of adults obtain high school diplomas; pass the citizenship exam and become U.S. citizens; gain the English skills necessary to help their children with homework; enter into careers and climb career ladders; and obtain college degrees and workforce certifications. Come apply for the school lottery on the following days: -Tuesday, August 14th: 8:00 AM-3:30 PM -Wednesday, August 15th: 12:30 PM-8:00 PM -Thursday, August 16th: 8:30 AM-1:00 PM NOTE: If an applicant wins the Lottery, they must return the following week to complete their registration process.

514 V Street Northeast, Washington, District of Columbia 20002
(202) 734-4900

Catholic Charities Bilingual Bank Telling Program

INVESTING IN BILINGUAL BANKING & FINANCE PROFESSIONALS PROJECT- BANK TELLER PROGRAM The Bank Teller Program prepares bilingual students for an entry level position in the financial industry. The curriculum will address customer service, financial principles, and workforce preparedness. In addition, students participate in a comprehensive workforce program that focuses on training, placement, and retention in addition to highly focused case management. Students will frequently interact with professionals in the banking sector who assist in the instruction of the Bank Telling Program.

1618 Monroe Street NW, Washington, District of Columbia 20010

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Catholic Charities Green Construction Program

GREEN CONSTRUCTION PROGRAM This is a construction program for students interested in pursuing a career pathway in the construction field. When completed, students will graduate with four certifications: NCCER Core Curriculum, Flagger, OSHA-10 Safety, and CPR-AED/First Aid. The course will prepare students with foundational knowledge of construction in hand tools, construction drawings, rigging, communication skills, material handling, and employability skills. The program is intended to serve individuals looking to pursue an entry level construction position, students who want to further their education, or those in the construction field seeking to increase their knowledge.

1618 Monroe Street NW, Washington, District of Columbia 20010

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Catholic Charities Green Construction Program (Spanish)

GREEN CONSTRUCTION PROGRAM This is a construction program for students interested in pursuing a career pathway in the construction field. When completed, students will graduate with four certifications: NCCER Core Curriculum, Flagger, OSHA-10 Safety, and CPR-AED/First Aid. The course will prepare students with foundational knowledge of construction in hand tools, construction drawings, rigging, communication skills, material handling, and employability skills. The program is intended to serve individuals looking to pursue an entry level construction position, students who want to further their education, or those in the construction field seeking to increase their knowledge. LATINOS IN FINANCE: INVESTING IN BILINGUAL BANKING & FINANCE PROFESSIONALS PROJECT- BANK TELLER PROGRAM The Bank Teller Program prepares bilingual students for an entry level position in the financial industry. The curriculum will address customer service, financial principles, and workforce preparedness. In addition, students participate in a comprehensive workforce program that focuses on training, placement, and retention in addition to highly focused case management. Students will frequently interact with professionals in the banking sector who assist in the instruction of the Bank Telling Program.

1618 Monroe Street NW, Washington, District of Columbia 20010

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Catholic Charities Kennedy Employment Services and Adult Education

This course is designed to help clients be successful in the workforce. The focus of the course is to expand on the student’s literacy and math skills. In addition, students will be introduced to workforce preparedness and increase their digital literacy skills. The program also serves as a bridge course for students interested in the field of hospitality, construction, and bank telling. Students will also have an ntroduction to financial literacy.

Washington , District of Columbia 20017
(202) 281-2700

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Congress Heights Community Training and Development Corporation

Site Address 1351 Alabama Ave. SE Washington DC 20020

3215 Martin Luther King, Jr., Avenue SE, Washington, District of Columbia 20032
(202) 758-2631

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Four Walls Career and Technical Education Center

The mission of the Four Walls Career and Technical Education Center is to provide unemployed and underemployed District of Columbia residents with basic literacy skills, employ-ability skills, career and technical education as a means of increasing self-sufficiency and improving quality of life.

1125 Neal Street Northeast, Washington, District of Columbia 20002
(202) 332-8022

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Goodwill Excel Center

The Goodwill Excel Center is a unique, tuition-free adult charter high school that awards industry recognized certifications and high school diplomas, not GEDs, to adult learners in the District. The first of its kind in the District, the Excel Center responds to the fact that life commitments, and circumstances can often stop people from continuing their high school education. We do this by offering access to transportation assistance, child care and flexible class schedules.

1776 G Street NW Suite 101, Washington, District of Columbia 20006
(202) 839-3675

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LAYC - Digital Pathways Program

1419 Columbia Road Northwest, Washington, District of Columbia 20009
(202) 319-0426

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LAYC Career Academy

The LAYC Career Academy is an innovative model that provides youth ages 16-24 with college credits / AP-style classes; a rigorous and flexible GED, college preparatory curriculum; and career preparation in the healthcare and information technology fields. LAYC Career Academy is a school for youth who want to: • Become a Medical Assistant or enter the medical field or; • Become an A+ Certified Computer Hardware Technician or; • Succeed on the GED, and/ or • Earn free college credit

3224 16th Street NW, Washington, District of Columbia 20010
(202) 319-2228

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Maya Angelou Evans Campus

Our focus is on making students ready for the world, helping them to be career prepared, and assisting them in becoming lifelong learners and contributors to society. DC residents grades 9-11. A comprehensive approach to education that focuses on academic achievement, social and emotional support and career/college preparation for life after Maya.

5600 East Capitol Street Northeast, Washington, District of Columbia 20019
(202) 379-4335

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Maya Angelou Young Adult Learning Center

The Maya Angelou Young Adult Learning Center (YALC) provides academic and workforce development to older youth/young adults, ages 17-24, who do not have a high school credential, and particularly those transitioning from incarceration.

5600 East Capitol Street Northeast, Washington, District of Columbia 20019
(202) 289-8898 x1709

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Next Step Public Charter School (El Proximo Paso) Day Program

The Next Step offers students the support, knowledge and skills they need to succeed academically and professionally. We offer GED preparation in English and Spanish as well as English as a Second Language (ESL) to DC youth between the ages of 16 and 24. We offer a full-time day program and a part-time night program, which run from September through August, enrolling two times each year. With a bilingual staff (English and Spanish) and wrap-around case management, we provide a safe and nurturing environment that supports students and their families. The Day School program operates between 9 am and 3 pm Monday-Friday.

3047 15th Street Northwest, Washington, District of Columbia 20009
(202) 319-2249

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Next Step Public Charter School (El Proximo Paso) Night Program

The Next Step offers students the support, knowledge and skills they need to succeed academically and professionally. We offer GED preparation in English and Spanish as well as English for Speakers of Other Languages (ESL) to DC youth between the ages of 16 and 24. We offer a full-time day program and a part-time night program, which run from September through August, enrolling two times each year. With a bilingual staff (English and Spanish) and wrap-around case management, we provide a safe and nurturing environment that supports students and their families. The Night School program operates between 6 pm and 9 pm Monday-Thursday.

3047 15th Street Northwest, Washington, District of Columbia 20009
(202) 319-2249

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Opportunities Industrialization Center of DC (OIC/DC)

OIC/DC is a licensed training institution offering day and evening class for following programs: *Home Health Aide *A+ Certification *BOSS (Business Office Support Specialist w/MOS) *Family To Family

3016 Martin Luther King Junior Avenue Southeast, Washington, District of Columbia 20032
(202) 373-0330

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Roosevelt STAY Opportunity Academy (Comprehensive High School)

The mission of Roosevelt STAY Senior High School is to deliver a high-quality academic and career/technical program within a student-centered, alternative environment that will lead to a high school diploma. The primary student population includes in-school day students enrolled in other high schools across the city who need to take additional classes in order to graduate on time, as well as older students returning to school.

4301 13th Street Northwest, Washington, District of Columbia 20011
(202) 576-8399

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Roosevelt STAY Opportunity Academy (Evening Program)

The mission of Roosevelt STAY Senior High School is to deliver a high-quality academic and career/technical program within a student-centered, alternative environment that will lead to a high school diploma. The primary student population includes in-school day students enrolled in other high schools across the city who need to take additional classes in order to graduate on time, as well as older students returning to school.

4301 13th Street Northwest, Washington, District of Columbia 20011
(202) 576-8399

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So Others Might Eat (SOME) Center for Employment Training

SOME CET provides training to prepare individuals for careers as Medical Administrative Assistants and Building Maintenance Service Technicians. Students earn occupational credentials and certifications. Medical Administrative Assistant Students learn about allied health professions, health care communications, medical records and billing, computer training, reception and clerical skills. Students can earn the Medical Administrative Assistant Certification (CMAA) Building Maintenance Service Technician Students learn carpentry, electrical engineering, plumbing, HVAC, and safety standards. Students can earn the EPA Section 608 Technician Certification Electronic Health Records Students learn to manage Electronic Health Records systems and to perform tasks such as billings, record verification and reporting. Students can earn the Certified Electronic Health Record Specialist certification

4430 Benning Road Northeast, Washington, District of Columbia 20019
(202) 797-8806

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Washington English Center ESOL Programs

Mon-Thurs 9:00-8:00pm, Sat -Sun 9:00-4pm, Closed Fridays Schedule for ESOL Early registration (before the first day of class)/Late registration (on and after the first day of class) Daytime classes $155/ $165 Monday to Thursday /10 am-1 pm/ September 17 – December 6 Evening classes $135/ $145 Monday to Thursday /7 pm-9 pm/ September 17 – December 6 Weekend classes $135/ $145 Saturday & Sunday /2 pm-5 pm/ September 22 – December 9 Additional Classes to begin Computer Literacy (in English) $45 Tuesday & Thursday/ 6pm-7pm/ September 25 – December 6 Citizenship Preparation (in English) $75 Monday – Thursday/ 6pm-7pm/ September 24 – December 6 Washington English Center also offers free a Employment Services Program to all students. Some of the ways we can assist you include: Exploring career, certification and training options Writing a resume and cover letter Searching for jobs on the internet Submitting job applications Helping you prepare for a job interview or a job fair Providing employment counseling

2200 California Street Northwest, Washington, District of Columbia 20008
(202) 387-2222

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Washington Metropolitan Opportunity Academy

Washington Metropolitan Opportunity Academy is a Title 1 school, that serves 9-12 grade students. School facilities include: art room, media center, outdoor recreation space, and science lab. Washington Metropolitan is also home to CHOICE Academy and 8th Grade Academy. Throughout the school year, Washington Metropolitan offers Female and Male Empowerment Seminars. Students of Washington Metropolitan use the Summit Learning Community platform for learning.

300 Bryant Street Northwest, Washington, District of Columbia 20001
(202) 939-3610

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Youthbuild PCS

YouthBuild Public Charter School (YBPCS) is an alternative high school for young people seeking to transform their lives by re-engaging in their education in a non-traditional school environment. YBPCS prepares students for post-secondary education and the workplace by offering, in English and Spanish, academic, vocational and workforce development programs. YBPCS believes that service to the community is an essential part of the transformative process. Therefore, students serve their community through volunteer projects and by creating housing for low income residents in the Washington, DC metropolitan area.

3220 16th St NW, Washington, District of Columbia 20010
(202) 319-0141

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YWCA National Capital Area Career Education and Training Center (CETC)

2303 14th Street Northwest, Washington, District of Columbia 20009
(202) 626-0700

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