A Fond Farewell to Our 8th Graders
Center City has 145 8th graders eager to start high school later this year. As we send our graduates off to high schools across the city, we are working to raise funds to create “high school ready” kits that include a few items curated by our team of counselors to help students with the transition. These kits will include portable wireless chargers, reusable water bottles, echo dot media players, and a few other items. Your tax deductible support of this campaign is greatly appreciated. To donate, click the button below.
WAYS TO Support Center City PCS YEAR ROUND
While per-pupil funding pays for operating expenses, Center City PCS raises funds to provide our students with enriching learning experiences outside of the school day, such as camping trips, instrumental music lessons, and service-learning field trips. These experiences deepen our students’ learning and make instruction more meaningful.
Donate via PayPal
Center City is soliciting donations of all types to make it possible to continue this important work. Click the donate button below to make a private and secure donation via PayPal.
Donate via Mail
Checks and money orders made payable to Center City Public Charter Schools should be mailed Attn: Development to 301 N St. NE, Suite 200; Washington, DC 20002.
Donate In-Kind Gifts
We are also grateful for in-kind gifts such as the following:
- School supplies
- Office furniture
- Classroom furniture
- Library books
- Food for parent nights and/or school celebrations
- Gift certificates for teacher appreciation
Call us at 202-589-0202 or email us to arrange an in-kind donation.
Center City Public Charter Schools is tax-exempt under §501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code. Contributions made to CCPCS are deductible charitable contributions to the extent permitted by §170 of the Internal Revenue Code. The Tax Cuts and Jobs Act of 2017 may affect your ability to deduct charitable contributions as itemized deductions in 2018 and subsequent years. We recommend you consult your tax advisor for details.
The last day of school for students is June 24. This will be a half-day.
DC Youth Ages 5-17 are Now Eligible to be Vaccinated
Children 5 to 11 years old are now eligible to get vaccinated. The vaccine is safe and lowers the chance of children getting and spreading COVID-19.