A new approach to schools

The School Without Walls High School is located in Washington, D.C. on the campus of George Washington University. The collegiate environment is a result of the long-term partnership with the university that has yielded many benefits SWW_entrance_photo2for both communities. The newest manifestation of this partnership is the joint Associate of Arts program. Select students can spend their junior and senior years as full-time George Washington University students and earn both a high school diploma from School Without Walls and an Associate of Arts degree from GW. Learn more »

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2017 Family Potluck Picnic Gallery

A wonderful time was had by all at the 2017 HSA Family Potluck Picnic on Saturday, September 16th at Garfield Park. Enjoy this gallery of photos taken by Walls parent Tony Hack. [Show as thumbnails instead of slideshow] For many more photos of the picnic, visit this DropBox link. (If there are photos of you Read more »

Penguin Pride

August 4, 2017: Eliska Peacock was awarded the honor of being the state flag bearer at the State Games of America 2017 held in Grand Rapids, Michigan! On August 4, 2017, Eliska represented Washington, DC and carried the flag of the Nation’s Capital into the opening ceremony, where many of the estimated 12,000 competing athletes Read more »

DCPS Office of the Student Advocate

DCPS urges you to make use of the Office of the Student Advocate. It offers supports to the school community and the families within it. Their purpose, as an independent office within the State Board of Education, is to provide guidance and resource supports for families in order to assist them in navigating the public education systems in Read more »

Potluck Picnic – September 16th

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DCPS releases 2017 PARCC scores

DC Public Schools PARCC Scores Released for High School Students | dcps: See the results for Walls! According to DC Public Schools Chancellor Antwan Wilson, “DCPS saw an overall 6.4 percentage point increase in English language arts and 3.5 percentage point increase in math. I’m thrilled about this unprecedented progress, a clear sign of student Read more »

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