Washington School for Girls
Founded in 1997, Washington School for Girls is an education nonprofit focused on secondary & high schools. It is a relatively small organization, with $3.8m in revenue and 40 employees. Washington School for Girls is headquartered in Washington, DC and its president is Beth Reaves as of June, 2019.
The school offers an academically challenging curriculum for girls from economic vulnerable areas in grades 3 through 8. The school operates on a twelve-month academic calendar.
Family/student services and graduate support - the school has several programs designed to support remedial and accelerated learning of students as well as to encourage families and community to become involved in the needs and direction of students. In addition, the school monitors and encourages the progress of graduates throughout their high school years and connects graduates to resources for higher education.
Out of School Time Program$125k
Encompasses all programming beyond the traditional school day (after 3 pm) and during school intersession breaks. The ost program provides robust enrichment, athletic, service and student leadership opportunities that contribute to the academic and social development of the school's students.