Roosevelt High School

Roosevelt High School

DCPS School

4301 13TH STREET NW 202-576-6130

Sabrina Brown
[email protected]

Please note that this school offers a Traditional program and a Dual Language program. You may apply to one or both. The Dual Language program is for students who currently participate in a Dual Language program or who are proficient in Spanish; a Spanish proficiency test is required prior to enrollment. The Traditional program is for students who wish to learn in English only. No test is required for the Traditional program

9:00 a.m.-3:30 p.m.

Not Required
Roosevelt High School

The mission of Theodore Roosevelt Senior High School is to provide a supportive environment in which every student will be prepared and empowered for success at the collegiate and career level in a way that contributes to our global society. Roosevelt is home to an International Academy to serve the needs of students new to the United States, we fully embrace the rich academic, cultural and social diversity of our population. We also have a growing Dual Language Program (Spanish), and NAF programs.

Advanced Placement
Blended Learning
Career and Technical Education
Dual College Enrollment
Dual Language/Immersion
Interscholastic Sports
Restorative Justice Program

Full Athletics Program, Unified Sports/Special Olympics, Community School, Theater Program, School Newspaper, Community School, SAT Prep Focus, Culinary Arts

• International Academy provides resources and supports to ELL.
• We are a Global Studies campus that exposes our students to diverse cultures, ethnicities and appreciation for difference.
• We are a LEED certified campus - we only utilize green products to keep our students and staff safe.


Student Proficiency Levels

  • 41.5%
  • 45.7%
  • 10.7%
  • n<10
  • n<10

Student Proficiency Levels

  • 52.4%
  • 18.4%
  • 14.8%
  • 13.2%
  • 1.02%
  • Level 1: Did Not Yet Meet Expectations

  • Level 2: Partially Met Expectations

  • Level 3: Approached Expectations

  • Level 4: Met Expectations

  • Level 5: Exceeded Expectations

  • 52.5%  Black/African-American
  • <1%  Asian
  • 46%  Hispanic / Latino
  • <1%  Native American / Alaska Native
  • <1%  Native Hawaiian / Other Pacific Islander
  • <1%  White non-Hispanic
  • <1%  Multiracial

This school has multiple lottery options, please visit the historic waitlist page HERE for detailed data.
Federal and District law require equal access to services for students with special education needs and English Language Learners. For additional information, please contact the Office of the State Superintendent of Education at (202) 727-6436 or at [email protected].

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Ward 4

Ward 4
52 54 59 60 62 63 70 S2
Georgia Ave-Petworth