In its 42 years as an institution in DC, the Carlos Rosario International Public Charter School has served over 50,000 students and has won numerous awards for its programs, including recognition by the U.S. Department of Education and by the National School Board Association for excellence in adult education.
The Carlos Rosario International Public Charter School was chartered by the DC Public Charter School Board in 1998 and earned accreditation in 2005 through the Middle States Association of Colleges and Schools.
The Carlos Rosario International Public Charter School offers each year more than 2,000 immigrant students an array of programs and supportive services. The Schools model combines evidence-based adult education practices with comprehensive supportive services.
The Carlos Rosario School offers 3-hour classes in the mornings, afternoons, and evenings during the week and serves over 2,000 students annually.
For more information on the Carlos Rosario School model, please see the School's Annual Report (PDF), which features information on School demographics, performance measures, staffing, and governance.