Friendship Collegiate Academy Public Charter School
|Friendship Collegiate Academy Public Charter School|
|4095 Minnesota Avenue, NE
Washington, D.C., 20019
|School board||DC Public Charter School Board|
|Oversight||Friendship Public Charter Schools|
|Enrollment||1353 (in 2008-09)|
Friendship Collegiate Academy Public Charter School is a public high school in Washington, D.C.. Established in 2000, the school serves students in grades 9-12 and is part of the Friendship Public Charter School network.
Friendship Collegiate Academy opened on September 5, 2000.
Collegiate Academy offers a comprehensive curriculum including honors and Advanced Placement courses. An Early College program allows students starting in the ninth grade the opportunity to take college courses and earn up to two years of college credit as they complete their diploma. A Career Academy program offers courses in three focus areas: Arts and Communications, Engineering and Technology, and Health and Human Services.
Student groups and activities include art club, choir, community service club, debate club, drama club, Friendship News Network, the Leadership Criminal Justice Program, National Honor Society, robotics team, science club, student government association, world language club, and yearbook.
The Collegiate Academy teams, known as the Knights, compete in girls & boys basketball, baseball, cheerleading, football, soccer, track and field, and volleyball.
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- Friendship News Network
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