Complete Your Enrollment

Were you recently notified that your child has been admitted off the waitlist at DC Prep for the 2017-18 school year? Congratulations, and welcome! As a new member of the DC Prep community, it’s time to complete the enrollment process to secure your child's spot. If you are a returning family, you can also re-enroll your child here!


Welcome to DC Prep, Newly-Admitted Families!

Congratulations on your admission to DC Prep! In order to hold your spot for the 2017-18 school year, you must complete the steps listed below. If you don’t complete these two items by the deadline given, you will forfeit your space for the 2017-18 school year, will need to re-apply via My School DC, and will be added to the bottom of the waitlist for that specific grade and campus. If you are a currently-enrolled family, wishing to return to DC Prep for SY17-18, you can also re-enroll your child here!

  1. Online Student Enrollment Form (instructions sent to you via email)*

    Tip: If you don’t have Internet access please visit your enrolling DC Prep campus to use one of our laptops - we’re happy to help!


  2. Proof of DC Residency (bring in-person, directly to the campus where you are enrolling your child) and sign a DC Residency Verification Form. Click here for a list of frequently asked questions about this topic.

    *Note: The email used was the email you provided on your My School DC application. If you did not provide an email address please contact the enrollment team at 202.635.4590 x200 or via email,
    enrollment@dcprep.org.

Locations and encouraged times when DC Prep accepts documentation are as follows:

Anacostia Elementary Campus (AEC) | 1409 V Street, SE | 9AM-3PM | 202.729.3500
Edgewood Elementary Campus (EEC) | 707 Edgewood St, NE | 9AM-3PM | 202.635.4411
Edgewood Middle Campus (EMC) | 701 Edgewood St, NE | 9AM -3PM | 202.832.5700
Benning Elementary Campus (BEC) | 100 41st St, NE | 9AM-3PM | 202.398.2838
Benning Middle Campus (BMC) | 100 41st St, NE | 9AM-3PM | 202.396.3780

In addition, the following documentation and forms are due by Friday, August 25th, 2017 at your child's enrolling DC Prep campus:

Early Childhood Family Questionnaire
DC Universal Health Certificate
DC Dental Health Assessment Form
Home Language Survey
• School Meals Program Application (available after July 1st, 2017 - Edgewood families only)
• Entire Special Education File (if applicable)
• Final (4th Quarter) Report Card from Current School (once available)  
 

Uniform Policy and Pricing

Click here to learn more about DC Prep's grade-specific uniform policies, our preferred uniform vendor, and price points.

Questions?

If you have questions about required paperwork, please email the Enrollment Team at enrollment@dcprep.org. Si habla español, llame a 202-635-4590 ext. 200. Or, click here to review a set of frequently asked enrollment questions.

Are you a 2017-18 Waitlisted Family?

DC Prep frequently pulls from its waitlisted student roster! If you have questions about your waitlist status or need to update your contact information, contact the My School DC team at 202.888.6336 or via email at info.myschooldc@dc.gov for assistance.

DC Prep will pull students from waitlists on the following Monday dates; families will have until the following Friday deadlines indicated below to complete enrollment and secure their child’s seat at DC Prep for the 2017-18 school year. These admissions will be made on a rolling basis, dependent on capacity and need at the specific campus, and grade. From mid-August until October 5th, 2017 all admissions made will have at least one (1) business day to complete enrollment. 


*Please note: All DC Prep campuses will be closed April 17th – 21st, for Spring Break. We will not be accepting Proof of Residency during Spring Break. DC Prep campuses and the Home Office will be closed on Monday, May 29th (Memorial Day); Tuesday, July 4th (Independence Day); and Monday, September 4th (Labor Day).
 

DC Prep does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, sex, age, or disability in admission or access to, or treatment or employment in, its programs and activities.

What our Students are Saying

“This year I learned that you shouldn't say 'you can't'. I also learned about music and art. I learned the word 'logarithm'.”
London, 3rd grader