DC SCORES enrolls 1,500 students between the ages of eight and 15. Our program engages approximately 30 students each day at 47 elementary and middle public and public charter schools in seven of the District of Columbia’s eight wards.

Fall 2014 Schools (year programming began)

Map of schools and field locations

Ward 1 (year programming began)
Bancroft Elementary School (1999)
Cardozo Education Campus (2010)
Cesar Chavez Public Charter Middle School for Public Policy – Chavez Prep (2012)*
Columbia Heights Education Campus (2007)
H.D. Cooke Elementary School (2005)
Marie Reed Elementary School (1994)
Tubman Elementary School (2001)

Ward 2
Garrison Elementary School (2013)
KIPP DC: WILL Academy (2012)*
Seaton Elementary School (2012)*
Thomson Elementary School (2007)

Ward 4
Barnard Elementary School (2013)*
Brightwood Education Campus (2002)%
Capital City Public Charter School (2012)*%
LaSalle-Backus Education Campus (2014)
Powell Elementary School (2012)*
Raymond Education Campus (2007)*%
Truesdell Education Campus (2000)%

Ward 5
Imagine Hope Community Charter School — Tolson Campus (2013)
KIPP DC: NORTHEAST Academy (2014)
Langley Elementary School (2014)
Wheatley Education Campus (2009)

Ward 6
Eliot-Hine Middle School (2014)
Jefferson Middle School (2012)*
Miner Elementary School (2013)*

Ward 7
Aiton Elementary School (1999)
Anne Beers Elementary School (1994)
Burrville Elementary School (2000)
C.W. Harris Elementary School (2005)
Cesar Chavez Public Charter Middle School for Public Policy –
Parkside Campus (2008)
Drew Elementary School (2013)*
J.C. Nalle Elementary School (2012)*
Kelly Miller Middle School (2004)
KIPP DC: KEY Academy (2013)*
KIPP DC: QUEST Academy (2014)*
Thomas Elementary School (2014)

Ward 8
Hart Middle School (2012)
Johnson Middle School (2010)
Ketcham Elementary School (2014)
KIPP DC: AIM Academy (2013)*
Leckie Elementary School (2013)*
Moten Elementary School (2011)
Orr Elementary School (2012)*

*Denotes schools that participate in programming through a Soccer for Success Social Innovation Fund (SIF) Sub-Grant awarded by the U.S. Soccer Foundation to DC SCORES in partnership with the Latin American Youth Center (LAYC) and KIPP DC.

% Denotes K-8 school that has elementary and middle school programs.


Non-DC SCORES schools/teams that participate in DC SCORES’ Middle School Soccer League:
Basis DC
E.L. Haynes Public Charter School
Friendship Edison Junior Academy
Paul Public Charter School
The SEED School
United Soccer Club (D.C. United)


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