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Support Center City PCS

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: Russ Williams to 900 2nd St. NE, Suite 221; 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 PCS is a 501(c)(3) organization, so your gift is tax deductible.

Student

Applying to Center City PCS is easy! We do not have admission criteria and welcome all families who are interested in our programs. We invite students for grades PreKindergarten (4 years old) to 8th grade to apply at MySchoolDC.org.

Teacher

Center City's teachers are dedicated to developing the whole child through a rigorous, character-infused academic program. Find out if you are ready to become a Center City teacher.

Giving

Every child deserves a quality education and we strive to provide small, safe family environments that are conducive to learning. Your donation helps to ensure we are nurturing and developing the next generation of leaders.

Today our 8th grade girls visited the United States Capitol as part of the House Democracy Partnership’s #girl2leader program. We are so proud that our scholars could participate in #dayofthegirldc. #girlpower... https://t.co/vwvOPuQ5Fu

The students of Congress Heights need help. They wait for metro buses that don’t come or don’t let them on. Kids need more buses, more W4 and A6 bus routes. Let @wmata know of this important issue in Ward 8 community #kidsneedbuses #helpkidswithsafepassages #ittakesacity

In case you missed it, check out our October Newsletter to learn more about whats happening at Center City PCS! #CenterCityPCS #DCCharterProud https://t.co/BYIEwnYO5u

Please join us for a visit to Center City Capitol Hill, a turnaround campus that has made significant progress, to learn about our academic enrichment programs, visit classrooms, and hear from our principal, students, and teachers! RSVP here: https://t.co/ObNU52gsCf

At Center City, we strive to provide a diverse set of experiences to make learning relevant, engaging, and fun for our students. #CenterCityPCS #DCCharterProud #StudentEngagement

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