Anacostia Middle Campus

Dear AMC Families,

Congratulations! Your children have completed their elementary school journey and are now off to middle school. What a testament to your constant hard work, care, and dedication. I stand in awe of you – always and especially during this period of transition.
It is a gift to be able to continue on this path with you and your children – the path to middle school and beyond! AMC will open its doors in August and we are eagerly preparing to ensure an excellent, rigorous, and joyful learning experience for your preppies. Our AMC founding students will be poised to continue to build on their strengths, learn from their challenges, and grow together as a unified team. Please trust we are invested and committed to supporting them each step of the way.

In the meantime, we are here for you and looking forward to seeing you all as we begin the school year. Please stay safe, healthy, and well.

With gratitude and love,

Mrs. Desai Jennings

PS: Though we will send important updates directly to families, I encourage each of you to habitually scan our interactive Calendar page for important reminders, and to follow DC Prep on social media. In addition, click here to access important family documents such as the campus calendar, school supply lists, and more!

AMC Founding Class


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    2501 Martin Luther King Jr Avenue, SE
    Washington, DC 20020
    T 202.519.3955

    DC Prep's Anacostia Middle Campus (AMC), is opening in 2020 with 4th grade, and will "grow up" a grade each year through 8th grade. AMC maintains fidelity to DC Prep's proven, award-winning model with a twin focus on rigorous academics and social skill development, and is preparing 8th grade graduates for success in top-tier high schools, college, and beyond.

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“There are many things that make DC Prep unique. DC Prep makes certain that every single student and family feels welcome and understood on equal terms. DC prep helps students see themselves in terms of their historical framing, familial legacy, social context, and global connectivity.”
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