Since the pilot program at Frank W. Ballou Senior High School, EnventU has taken our initiative into various Wards across the District. Growing quickly, we have impacted over 125+ students through programming experienced at six different locations.
Frank W. Ballou Senior High School
Frank W. Ballou Senior High School offers a myriad of academic programs that allow students to explore and reach their maximum potential. These programs include Honors and AP courses, grade-level Academies, an Arts and Technology Academy for students with special needs and the 21st Century Community Learning Center.
Boys & Girls Club
Boys and Girls Clubs of Greater Washington’s (BGCGW) 12 sites—covering a territory of 75 miles that stretches from Manassas to Germantown—serve as safe havens for our members. Over 1,200 youth attend the Clubs for activities every day, to see their friends, and to spend time with positive and encouraging adults.
Columbia Heights Educational Campus (CHEC)
Columbia Heights Educational Campus is a unique globally themed bilingual campus that serves grades 6 through 12 and prepares all off its students for success in college and the careers. CHEC has been recognized as one of the top schools in the area and country on the Advance Placement Challenge Index for offering Advanced Placement to all students. It also has the only Spanish language dual immersion high school program in Washington, DC.
For over 37 years, Martha’s Table has worked to support stronger children, stronger families, and stronger communities by increasing access to quality education programs, healthy food, and family supports. We believe that every child deserves the opportunity for their brightest future and a deeply engaged family and community committed to their success.
Maya Angelou Charter School
Maya’s mission is to create learning communities in lower income urban areas where all students can grow academically and socially. At Maya Angelou, students develop the academic, social, and employment skills they need to build rewarding lives and promote positive change.
Woodrow Wilson High School
Woodrow Wilson High School opened its doors to scholars in the Tenleytown neighborhood in 1935 and continues to serve over 1,500 local students as well as scholars from all 22 zip codes in D.C. The school focuses on a college preparatory curriculum.