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Schools & Education

Schools & Education

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Columbia Heights students are zoned within the District of Columbia Public Schools System. There are three elementary schools serving this neighborhood: Bruce Monroe, Park View, and Tubman Elementary schools. Lincoln Multicultural Middle school exclusively serves Columbia Heights students, and Cardozo, Benjamin Banneker Academic, and Bell Multicultural Senior High schools accept students based on zoning boundaries. There are nine public charter schools, serving various grades in Washington, D.C., available to all Columbia Heights students. DCPS has seen below average graduation rates. In 2007, the D.C. Public Education Reform Amendment Act was implemented to make many changes with the hopes of seeing lower dropout rates.

 
 
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After the assassination of Martin Luther King, Jr., Columbia Heights saw intense riots, driving people and businesses out and leaving many shops and homes vacant. In 1999, the neighborhood announced a Revitalization Initiative, which began the most rapid gentrification possibly ever in the country. Now there are many businesses and housing from low income to pricey high rises, keeping the economy stable. Unlike many areas classified as gentrified, Columbia Heights is not, nor was it aimed at being, an area of uniform criteria. 46% of the population was reported in 2011 to be African American, 23% Caucasian, 28% Hispanic of any race, and 3% Asian. This neighborhood remains the most ethnically and economically diverse in Washington, D.C.

 
 

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thumbnail 4 Bed $3,950 740 Harvard Street, Washington, DC October 19th
thumbnail 1 Bed $1,900 1417 Newton Street Nw, Washington, DC October 19th
thumbnail 5 Bed $4,200 2605 Sherman Avenue, Washington, DC October 19th
thumbnail 0 Bed $1,250 1435 Newton Street Nw, Washington, DC October 19th
thumbnail 0 Bed $1,163 1320 Fairmont Street Nw, Washington, DC October 19th
thumbnail 0 - 2 Bed $1,487 - Call 3460 14Th Street, Washington, DC October 19th
thumbnail 0 - 1 Bed $1,500 - $2,155 2407 15Th Street N W, Washington, DC October 19th
thumbnail 0 - 2 Bed $1,295 - $2,275 2505-2515 13Th Street, Nw, Washington, DC October 19th
thumbnail 0 - 2 Bed $1,590 - Call 1400 Irving Street Nw, Washington, DC October 19th
thumbnail 0 - 2 Bed $2,050 - $3,425 1375 Kenyon Street, Washington, DC October 18th
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Name Bedrooms Price Range
Studio - Two $0 - $3,915
Studio - One $1,599 - $2,159
One $1,900
Studio - Two $1,295 - $2,275
Studio - Two $1,400 - $2,150
One - Four $1,895 - $3,500
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