Columbia Heights Neighborhood of Washington DC Real Estate Analysis

Geography

Located in the Northwest quadrant of Washington, D.C., Columbia Heights borders the neighborhoods of Shaw, Adams Morgan, Mount Pleasant, Park View, Pleasant Plains, and Petworth. On the eastern side is Howard University. The streets defining the neighborhood’s boundaries are 16th Street to the west; Spring Road to the north; Georgia Ave to the east; and Florida Avenue to the south. It is served by a subway station stop on the Washington Metro Green and Yellow Lines.

History

19th century

Once farmland on the estate of the Holmead family (called “Pleasant Plains”), Columbia Heights was part of Washington County, District of Columbia (within the District but outside the borders of the city of Washington; the southern edge of Columbia Heights is Florida Avenue, which was originally called “Boundary Street” because it formed the northern boundary of the Federal City). In 1815 an engraver from England, William J. Stone, purchased a 121-acre tract of the Holmead estate — east of Seventh Street Road (present-day Georgia Avenue), and north of Boundary Street — and established his own estate known as the Stone Farm. Nearby, construction of the first building for Columbian College, now The George Washington University, was completed in 1822 on the campus which was bounded by Columbia Road, 14th Street, Boundary Street (Florida Avenue) and 13th Street. The area began developing as a suburb of Washington soon after the Civil War when horse-drawn streetcars delivered residents of the neighborhood to downtown.

The northern portion of modern-day Columbia Heights (i.e., north of where Harvard Street currently lies) was, until the 1880s, a part of the village of Mount Pleasant. The southern portion still retained the name of the original Pleasant Plains estate, though it was also known as “Cowtown.”

In 1871, Congress passed the D.C. Organic Act, which eliminated Washington County by extending the boundaries of Washington City to be contiguous with those of the District of Columbia. Shortly afterward, in 1881–82, Senator John Sherman, author of the Sherman Antitrust Act, purchased the land north of Boundary Street between 16th Street and 10th Street, including the Stone farm, developing it as a subdivision of the city and calling it Columbia Heights in honor of the college at its heart. (The neighborhood’s eastern, major traffic artery, Sherman Avenue, is named after its early developer.) Much of Sherman’s purchase was land belonging to Columbian College. The college had decided to move into the center of Washington’s downtown business district and in 1904, changed its name to The George Washington University in an agreement with the George Washington Memorial Association. Columbian, now George Washington, relocated its major operations to Foggy Bottom by 1912. The federal government also purchased some of the college’s land and built Meridian Hill Park in the early 20th century. The park, also known as “Malcolm X Park”, contains many statues including those of Joan of Arc, Dante and James Buchanan.

20th century

Upscale development in Columbia Heights circa 1900, was designed to attract upper level managers of the Federal government, U.S. Supreme Court justices, and high-ranking military officers. An imposing mansion known as “Belmont” marked the entrance to the neighborhood between Florida and Clifton Streets. The mansion was emblematic of the confidence that the affluent placed in the concept that Columbia Heights represented the ideal suburb. In the early 1900s, Columbia Heights was the preferred area for some of Washington’s wealthiest and most influential people. Residents included authors Jean Toomer, Ambrose Bierce, Sinclair Lewis, Chief Justice Melville Fuller, and Justice John Marshall Harlan.

In 1901, the Commissioners of the District of Columbia renamed streets all over the District in accordance with a newly adopted street-naming system.[1] In Columbia Heights, Clifton Street, Roanoke Street, Yale Street, Princeton Street, Harvard Street, Columbia Road, Kenesaw Avenue, Kenyon Street, Dartmouth Street, and Whitney Avenue were renamed Adams Street, Bryant Street, Channing Street, Douglas Street, Evarts Street, Franklin Street, Girard Street, Hamlin Street, Hooker Street, and Irving Street, respectively.[1]

In 1902, there was a building boom in North Columbia Heights, with the expansion of the streetcar down 11th St, 14th St and 16th St. Homes were being built for between $2,000 and $5,000 and a total of five million dollars worth of homes were being built.[2]

In 1904, the Columbia Heights Citizen’s Association published an illustrated brochure entitled “A Statement of Some of the Advantages of Beautiful Columbia Heights.” (PDF [1]) The publication describes Columbia Heights as a “residential section populated by public and spirited citizens.” Residents at that time were “ever alive to the mental, moral, and spiritual advancements of their homes surroundings.” The neighborhood organization sponsored competitions for landscaping house lots and offered prizes to the best kept lawn and garden, at the same time fought the erection of street poles and overhead telegraph and telephone lines. 1904 was also the year that Congress authorized changing the names of streets to align with the alphabetical and orderly naming convention of the Old City (i.e., below Boundary Street, now Florida Avenue). The name changes were put into effect the following year.[3]

By 1914, four street car lines served the section providing transportation to downtown Washington in twenty minutes. The neighborhood also became the home of the Washington Palace Five professional basketball team.

The popularity of the neighborhood resulted in the construction of several large apartment buildings during the beginning of the twentieth century that changed the suburban character of the area into a more urban and densely populated district. As of mid-century, however, Columbia Heights retained much of its upscale residential appeal, supporting establishments such as the ornate Tivoli Theatre movie house (completed in 1924). The neighborhood was adjacent to Washington’s thriving middle class black community and came to be home to some of its most notable citizens by the 1930s. Duke Ellington, who had grown up in Shaw, purchased his first house at 2728 Sherman Avenue in Columbia Heights. Marvin Gaye attended Cardozo Senior High School in the neighborhood.

Looking north on 14th Street NW in Columbia Heights

In 1949, during the era of racial segregation in the public schools, Central High School, an under-enrolled white high school that bordered the southern edge of Columbia Heights, saw the existing Cardozo High School, a “colored” high school moved to the site to accommodate the growing African American population. Significant demographic changes began in the late 1940s when African American residents began to buy apartment buildings previously owned by whites, and in the 1950s blacks bought individual homes in ever increasing numbers. The neighborhood remained a middle-class African American enclave in Washington, along with the nearby Shaw neighborhood and Howard University through the mid-1960s.

The neighborhood was featured in various clips, and as the home of protagonists Helen and Bobby Benson, in the 1951 film The Day the Earth Stood Still.

In 1968, following the assassination of Martin Luther King, Jr., riots ravaged the 14th St. Corridor in Columbia Heights along with many other Washington neighborhoods. Many homes and shops remained vacant for decades.

Redevelopment and current day

In 1999, however, the city announced a revitalization initiative for the neighborhood focused around the Columbia Heights Metro station that opened that year. The opening of the Metro station served as a catalyst for the return of economic development and residents. Within five years, it had gentrified considerably, with a number of businesses (including a Giant Food supermarket and Tivoli Square, a commercial and entertainment complex) and middle-class residents settling in the neighborhood. However, unlike some gentrified neighborhoods in the city, it had not become homogeneous: as of 2006, Columbia Heights is arguably Washington’s most ethnically and economically diverse neighborhood[citation needed], composed of high-priced condominiums and townhouses as well as public and middle-income housing.

On March 5, 2008,[4] DC USA, a 546,000 square-foot (51,000 m²) retail complex across the street from the Columbia Heights Metro station opened. The space is anchored by retailers Target and Best Buy.[5] The shopping center also includes 390,000 square feet (36,000 m²) of underground parking.[6] A number of bars and restaurants have since opened in the neighborhood, including Pho 14, which was voted best pho in Washington City Paper’s Best of DC 2010 poll.

Demographics

A sign in Columbia Heights in English, Spanish, and Amharic, reflecting the diversity of the neighborhood

The 2000 census figures estimated Columbia Heights with a 58 percent African American population; 34 percent Hispanic population; 5.4 percent white population; and 3.1 percent other.[7][8]

The 2010 census figures estimated Columbia Heights with a 43.5 percent African American population; 28.1 percent Hispanic population; 22.9 percent White population; 3.2 percent Asian population; and a 2 percent Other population. In 2012, Columbia Heights was named one of the fastest gentrifying neighborhoods in the United States.[9]

Local institutions

In January 2005, the neighborhood became the first permanent home of the GALA Hispanic Theatre which moved into the newly refurbished Tivoli Theatre, a former movie theater built in 1924 that had been vacant since 1976. GALA is a theater company dedicated to performing Spanish-language plays.

In November 2006, the Dance Institute of Washington opened a new 12,000 square foot (1100 m²) facility across the street from the Tivoli Theater.[10]

The neighborhood is also home to the Greater Washington Urban League, the local affiliate of the National Urban League, in addition to other non-profit community and service-based organizations including: The Latin American Youth Center, CentroNia, Central American Resource Center (CARECEN) and the Shaw/Columbia Heights Family and Community Support Collaborative, all located along the 14th St. and Columbia Rd. corridor.

Columbia Heights is home to the Ecuadoran embassy on 15th Street and the Mexican Cultural Institute on 16th Street. Located next door to the Mexican Cultural Institute is the former residence of the Ambassador of Spain. The Spanish Embassy is working to turn the former residence into a cultural facility. [11] The Polish and Lithuanian Embassies are also located in Columbia Heights on 16th Street, as is the Cuban Interest Section of the Swiss Embassy.be

Banneker Community Center (2011)

The Banneker Community Center, a unit of the District of Columbia Department of Parks and Recreation, contains playing fields, basketball and tennis courts, a swimming pool (Banneker pool), a computer lab and other indoor and outdoor facilities.[12] Constructed in 1934 near Howard University and named for Benjamin Banneker, the center’s building (formerly named the Banneker Recreation Center) was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1986 because of its role as a focal point in the development of the black community in Washington, D.C.[13]

More information about Columbia Heights Neighborhood can be found here at http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Columbia_Heights_%28Washington,_D.C.%29

Columbia Heights, Washington Real Estate Listings

Active Listings in Columbia Heights, Washington

3902 14TH ST NW, Unit 414 Washington, DC 20011
Photo of 3902 14TH ST NW, Unit 414, Washington, DC 20011 (MLS # DC8521823)
1 bed 1 bath 709 sqft $309,450
3916 13TH ST NW Washington, DC 20011
Photo of 3916 13TH ST NW, Washington, DC 20011 (MLS # DC8520984)
1 bed 1 bath 650 sqft $299,000
1414 BELMONT ST NW, Unit 402 Washington, DC 20009
Photo of 1414 BELMONT ST NW, Unit 402, Washington, DC 20009 (MLS # DC8519964)
1 bed 1 bath 746 sqft $424,900
1459 HARVARD ST NW, Unit 3 Washington, DC 20009
Photo of 1459 HARVARD ST NW, Unit 3, Washington, DC 20009 (MLS # DC8519148)
2 beds 2 baths 1,100 sqft $649,900
1354 MERIDIAN PL NW, Unit 2 Washington, DC 20010
Photo of 1354 MERIDIAN PL NW, Unit 2, Washington, DC 20010 (MLS # DC8518508)
3 beds 3 baths 1,885 sqft $850,000
1354 MERIDIAN PL NW, Unit 1 Washington, DC 20010
Photo of 1354 MERIDIAN PL NW, Unit 1, Washington, DC 20010 (MLS # DC8518505)
3 beds 3 baths 1,650 sqft $750,000
1415 CHAPIN ST NW, Unit 104 Washington, DC 20009
Photo of 1415 CHAPIN ST NW, Unit 104, Washington, DC 20009 (MLS # DC8518147)
1 bed 1 bath 540 sqft $299,500
1233 EUCLID ST NW, Unit 2 Washington, DC 20009
Photo of 1233 EUCLID ST NW, Unit 2, Washington, DC 20009 (MLS # DC8517781)
2 beds 2 baths 1,222 sqft $624,900
773 COLUMBIA RD NW Washington, DC 20001
Photo of 773 COLUMBIA RD NW, Washington, DC 20001 (MLS # DC8517619)
3 beds 3 baths 1,362 sqft $650,000
1506 SPRING PL NW Washington, DC 20010
Photo of 1506 SPRING PL NW, Washington, DC 20010 (MLS # DC8517250)
4 beds 4 baths 2,250 sqft $869,900
3812 KANSAS AVE NW Washington, DC 20011
Photo of 3812 KANSAS AVE NW, Washington, DC 20011 (MLS # DC8514520)
5 beds 3 baths $715,000
736 LAMONT ST NW Washington, DC 20010
Photo of 736 LAMONT ST NW, Washington, DC 20010 (MLS # DC8514449)
3 beds 4 baths 1,900 sqft $824,900
1300 EUCLID ST NW, Unit 3 Washington, DC 20009
Photo of 1300 EUCLID ST NW, Unit 3, Washington, DC 20009 (MLS # DC8513904)
1 bed 1 bath 575 sqft $399,900
1435 CHAPIN ST NW, Unit 109 Washington, DC 20009
Photo of 1435 CHAPIN ST NW, Unit 109, Washington, DC 20009 (MLS # DC8513854)
2 beds 2 baths 1,022 sqft $599,000
3535 HERTFORD PL NW Washington, DC 20010
Photo of 3535 HERTFORD PL NW, Washington, DC 20010 (MLS # DC8513763)
4 beds 5 baths 2,580 sqft $895,000
3400 HOLMEAD PL NW Washington, DC 20010
Photo of 3400 HOLMEAD PL NW, Washington, DC 20010 (MLS # DC8513604)
5 beds 5 baths 617 sqft $849,999
787 IRVING ST NW, Unit 1 Washington, DC 20010
Photo of 787 IRVING ST NW, Unit 1, Washington, DC 20010 (MLS # DC8508975)
3 beds 3 baths 1,350 sqft $739,990
1317 Harvard St Nw #4 Washington, DC 20009
Photo of 1317 Harvard St Nw #4, Washington, DC 20009 (MLS # DC8511227)
2 beds 2 baths $0
4120 14TH ST NW, Unit B1 Washington, DC 20011
Photo of 4120 14TH ST NW, Unit B1, Washington, DC 20011 (MLS # DC8510955)
1 bed 1 bath 568 sqft $199,900
3534 10th St Nw #310 Washington, DC 20010
1 bed 1 bath 550 sqft $0
2805 11TH ST NW Washington, DC 20001
Photo of 2805 11TH ST NW, Washington, DC 20001 (MLS # DC8507988)
3 beds 2 baths $625,000
1340 Quincy St Nw Washington, DC 20011
Photo of 1340 Quincy St Nw, Washington, DC 20011 (MLS # DC8507124)
4 beds 4 baths $0
1107 KENYON ST NW, Unit 2 Washington, DC 20010
Photo of 1107 KENYON ST NW, Unit 2, Washington, DC 20010 (MLS # DC8507208)
3 beds 3 baths 1,545 sqft $849,000
3223 11TH ST NW Washington, DC 20010
Photo of 3223 11TH ST NW, Washington, DC 20010 (MLS # DC8505039)
5 beds 3 baths $949,000
1441 Spring Rd Nw #301 Washington, DC 20010
Photo of 1441 Spring Rd Nw #301, Washington, DC 20010 (MLS # DC8504365)
2 beds 1 bath 750 sqft $0
3228 PARK PL NW Washington, DC 20010
Photo of 3228 PARK PL NW, Washington, DC 20010 (MLS # DC8504203)
3 beds 2 baths $520,000
772 Hobart Pl Nw Washington, DC 20001
Photo of 772 Hobart Pl Nw, Washington, DC 20001 (MLS # DC8504045)
3 beds 2 baths $0
732 Hobart Pl Nw Washington, DC 20001
Photo of 732 Hobart Pl Nw, Washington, DC 20001 (MLS # DC8503664)
3 beds 2 baths $0
1439 Euclid St Nw #207 Washington, DC 20009
Photo of 1439 Euclid St Nw #207, Washington, DC 20009 (MLS # DC8502733)
1 bed 1 bath 518 sqft $0
1230 Fairmont St Nw #3 Washington, DC 20009
Photo of 1230 Fairmont St Nw #3, Washington, DC 20009 (MLS # DC8503182)
2 beds 3 baths 1,618 sqft $0

Sold Listings in Columbia Heights, Washington

1317 Harvard St Nw #4 Washington, DC 20009
Photo of 1317 Harvard St Nw #4, Washington, DC 20009 (MLS # DC8511227)
2 beds 2 baths $0
3534 10th St Nw #310 Washington, DC 20010
1 bed 1 bath 550 sqft $0
1340 Quincy St Nw Washington, DC 20011
Photo of 1340 Quincy St Nw, Washington, DC 20011 (MLS # DC8507124)
4 beds 4 baths $0
1441 Spring Rd Nw #301 Washington, DC 20010
Photo of 1441 Spring Rd Nw #301, Washington, DC 20010 (MLS # DC8504365)
2 beds 1 bath 750 sqft $0
772 Hobart Pl Nw Washington, DC 20001
Photo of 772 Hobart Pl Nw, Washington, DC 20001 (MLS # DC8504045)
3 beds 2 baths $0
732 Hobart Pl Nw Washington, DC 20001
Photo of 732 Hobart Pl Nw, Washington, DC 20001 (MLS # DC8503664)
3 beds 2 baths $0
1439 Euclid St Nw #207 Washington, DC 20009
Photo of 1439 Euclid St Nw #207, Washington, DC 20009 (MLS # DC8502733)
1 bed 1 bath 518 sqft $0
1230 Fairmont St Nw #3 Washington, DC 20009
Photo of 1230 Fairmont St Nw #3, Washington, DC 20009 (MLS # DC8503182)
2 beds 3 baths 1,618 sqft $0
715 Harvard St Nw Washington, DC 20001
Photo of 715 Harvard St Nw, Washington, DC 20001 (MLS # DC8502398)
3 beds 1 bath 1,258 sqft $0
614 Lamont St Nw Washington, DC 20010
Photo of 614 Lamont St Nw, Washington, DC 20010 (MLS # DC8499295)
4 beds 1 bath $0
1354 Kenyon St Nw #1 Washington, DC 20010
Photo of 1354 Kenyon St Nw #1, Washington, DC 20010 (MLS # DC8498099)
2 beds 2 baths 846 sqft $0
3911 Kansas Ave Nw Washington, DC 20011
4 beds 2 baths 2,750 sqft $0
1317 Spring Rd Nw Washington, DC 20010
Photo of 1317 Spring Rd Nw, Washington, DC 20010 (MLS # DC8497870)
3 beds 2 baths $0
1390 Kenyon St Nw #718 Washington, DC 20010
Photo of 1390 Kenyon St Nw #718, Washington, DC 20010 (MLS # DC8497687)
1 bed 1 bath 638 sqft $0
1341 Clifton St Nw #205 Washington, DC 20009
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2 beds 1 bath 752 sqft $0
1118 Monroe St Nw #1 Washington, DC 20010
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3 beds 3 baths 1,527 sqft $0
3221 Warder St Nw Washington, DC 20010
3 beds 2 baths $0
3217 Warder St Nw Washington, DC 20010
3 beds 3 baths $0
1401 Columbia Rd Nw #107 Washington, DC 20009
Photo of 1401 Columbia Rd Nw #107, Washington, DC 20009 (MLS # DC8488418)
1 bed 1 bath $0
3624 New Hampshire Ave Nw Washington, DC 20010
Photo of 3624 New Hampshire Ave Nw, Washington, DC 20010 (MLS # DC8488233)
3 beds 3 baths $0
1208 Lamont St Nw #2 Washington, DC 20010
Photo of 1208 Lamont St Nw #2, Washington, DC 20010 (MLS # DC8487145)
3 beds 3 baths 1,900 sqft $0
1203 Kenyon St Nw Washington, DC 20010
Photo of 1203 Kenyon St Nw, Washington, DC 20010 (MLS # DC8487478)
5 beds 2 baths $0
1430 Meridian Pl Nw Washington, DC 20010
Photo of 1430 Meridian Pl Nw, Washington, DC 20010 (MLS # DC8487239)
4 beds 2 baths 1,971 sqft $0
1366 Quincy St Nw Washington, DC 20011
Photo of 1366 Quincy St Nw, Washington, DC 20011 (MLS # DC8487279)
3 beds 4 baths $0
2639 15th St Nw ##104 Washington, DC 20009
Photo of 2639 15th St Nw ##104, Washington, DC 20009 (MLS # DC8486735)
1 bed 1 bath 632 sqft $0
1361 Irving St Nw #11 Washington, DC 20010
Photo of 1361 Irving St Nw #11, Washington, DC 20010 (MLS # DC8486740)
2 beds 2 baths 820 sqft $0
754 Park Rd Nw #6 Washington, DC 20010
Photo of 754 Park Rd Nw #6, Washington, DC 20010 (MLS # DC8482914)
2 beds 2 baths 862 sqft $0
1449 Harvard St Nw #5 Washington, DC 20009
Photo of 1449 Harvard St Nw #5, Washington, DC 20009 (MLS # DC8483086)
2 beds 2 baths 800 sqft $0
1408 Spring Rd Nw Washington, DC 20010
Photo of 1408 Spring Rd Nw, Washington, DC 20010 (MLS # DC8482516)
3 beds 3 baths $0
1451 Belmont St Nw #104 Washington, DC 20009
Photo of 1451 Belmont St Nw #104, Washington, DC 20009 (MLS # DC8481393)
2 beds 2 baths 1,318 sqft $0

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Columbia Heights, Washington School Data

Washington School Districts

District Of Columbia Public Schools
PK-12 & ungraded
http://dcps.dc.gov/portal/site/DCPS/
Cesar Chavez Public Charter Schools for Public Policy
9-12
http://www.chavezschools.org/
Community Academy Public Charter School (Capcs)
K-8
http://www.capcs.org/
The Next Step Pcs
9-12 & ungraded
Carlos Rosario International Pcs
K-2 & ungraded
Eagle Academy Pcs
PK-3
Two Rivers Public Charter School Agency
PK-8
Appletree Early Learning Center Pcs
PK
Bridges Pcs
PK-1
Early Childhood Academy Pcs
PK-3
Youth Build Pcs Layc)
10-12 & ungraded
The William E. Doar, Junior Public Charter School for the Performing Arts
PK-5
http://www.wedjschool.us/
Education Strenghtens Families Pcs
PK
Washington Latin Public Charter School
9-12
http://www.edline.net/pages/Washington_Latin_PCS
Septima Clark Pcs
PK-6
Arts And Technology Pcs
PK-5
Booker T. Washington Pcs
9-12 & ungraded
Capital City Pcs
PK-12
Cesar Chavez Public Pcs
6-12
http://www.chavezschools.org/
Community Academy Pcs
PK-8
http://www.capcs.org/
D.C. Bilingual Pcs
PK-5
D.C. Preparatory Academy Pcs
PK-8
http://www.dcprep.org/
E.L. Haynes Pcs
PK-10
Friendship Pcs
PK-12
http://www.friendshipschools.org/
Hope Community Academy Pcs
PK-8
http://www.hopecommunitycs.org/
Hospitality Pcs
9-12
Cedar Tree Academy Public Charter School
PK-K, 7-8
http://www.howardroadacademy.org/
Howard University Middle School Of Math And Science
6-8
Perry Street Preparatory Pcs
PK-12
Integrated Design Electronics Academy Idea)
7-12
Ideal Academy Pcs
PK-8
https://www.iapcs.com/
Kipp Academy Pcs
PK, 1-12
Latin America Youth Bilingual Montessori
PK-5
Mary Mcleod Bethune Pcs
PK-8
Maya Angelou Pcs
6-12 & ungraded
Meridian Pcs
PK-8
Nia Community PCS
PK-6
Options Pcs
6-12
Paul Jhs Pcs
6-9
Potomac Lighthouse Pcs
PK-7
Roots Pcs
PK-8
Sail PCS
K-8
Seed Pcs
6-12
St. Coletta Special Education Pcs
PK-12 & ungraded
Elsie Whitlow Stokes Communtiy Freedom Pcs
PK-6
Thurgood Marshall Academy Pcs
9-12
Tree Of Life Pcs
PK-8
Two Rivers Pcs
PK-8
http://www.tworiverspcs.org/
Washington Latin Pcs
5-12
http://www.edline.net/pages/Washington_Latin_PCS
Washington Math Science Pcs
9-12
William E. Doar Jr Pcs
PK-8
http://www.wedjschool.us/
Achievement Preparatory Academy Pcs
4-8
Center City Pcs
PK-8
http://www.centercitypcs.org/
Imagine Southeast Pcs
PK-7
National Collegiate Prep
9-12
Washington Yu Ying Pcs
PK-5
Dyrs
7-12 & ungraded
Excel Academy Pcs
PK-5
Inspired Teaching Demonstration Pcs
PK-5
Shining Stars Montessori Pcs
PK-1
Richard Wright Pcs For Journalism And Media Arts Pcs
8-12
Basis Dc Pcs
5-9
Creative Minds Pcs
PK-2
Dc Scholars Pcs
PK-3
Mundo Verde Bilingual Pcs
PK-1
Ingenuity Preparatory Pcs
PK-K
Sela Pcs
PK-2
Somerset Pcs
n/a
State Operative Agency
n/a

Washington Schools

Murch Elementary School
PK-5, public
http://www.dcps.dc.gov/DCPS/murch
Moten Elementary School
PK-5, public
http://www.motenes.org
Montgomery Elementary School
PK-6, public
Miner Elementary School
PK-5, public
http://www.dcps.dc.gov/DCPS/miner
Meyer Elementary School
PK-5, public
Merritt Middle School
PK-8, public
McGogney Elementary School
PK-6, public
Roosevelt High School @ MacFarland
9-12, public
http://www.dcps.dc.gov/DCPS/roosevelt
M.C. Terrell / McGogney Elementary School
PK-5, public
http://www.dcps.dc.gov/DCPS/mc-terrell
Takoma Education Campus
PK-8, public
http://www.takomaec.org
Stanton Elementary School
PK-5, public
http://www.dcps.dc.gov/DCPS/stanton
Duke Ellington School of the Arts
9-12 & ungraded, public
http://www.dcps.dc.gov/DCPS/ellington
Sousa Middle School
6-8, public
http://www.dcps.dc.gov/DCPS/sousa
Shaw Middle School @ Garnet-Patterson
6-8, public
http://www.dcps.dc.gov/DCPS/shaw
Ron Brown Middle School
6-8, public
http://www.dcps.dc.gov/DCPS/ron-brown
Shaed Education Campus
PK-8, public
Shadd Elementary School
n/a, public
Seaton Elementary School
PK-5, public
http://www.dcps.dc.gov/DCPS/seaton
Savoy Elementary School
PK-5, public
http://www.dcps.dc.gov/DCPS/savoy
Rudolph Elementary School
PK-6, public
Ross Elementary School
PK-5, public
http://www.dcps.dc.gov/DCPS/ross
River Terrace Elementary School
PK-5, public
Randle Highlands Elementary School
PK-5, public
http://www.dcps.dc.gov/DCPS/randle-highlands
Shepherd Elementary School
PK-5, public
http://www.dcps.dc.gov/DCPS/shepherd
Marie Reed Elementary School
PK-5, public
http://www.dcps.dc.gov/DCPS/mariehreed