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New Home for RWPCS SY20-21 Announced

From the Desk of Dr. Marco Clark, Founder, CEO, and Head of Richard Wright Public Charter Schools: The Richard Wright 2020 Vision Mission has Come to Fruition. We are proud to announce that we have a Brand New School Building to serve our Students and Families. This is going to be a State of the […]

SY19.20 Back To School Night

WELCOME NEW AND RETURNING STUDENTS AND FAMILIES… Back to School Night is this THURSDAY, AUGUST 15th 6-8pm at the Blue Castle 770 M Street SE! Meet our 2019-20 Richard Wright Team of Exceptional Educators and Moving Forward as we “IMAGINE THAT…”

TAKE RWPCS OUT TO THE NATS BALLGAME

THANK YOU @nationals for your partnership giving our students at Richard Wright Public Charter Schools for Journalism and Media Arts @rwpcsroxie an in-depth look at sports journalism and media production in Major League Baseball! Students had the excellent opportunity to speak with @dankolko and @therealboporter from NatsXtra, the Pre/Post-Game Show hosts on @masnnationals and get […]

RWPCS DYNASTY DANCERS TAKE CENTER STAGE

The Richard Wright Dynasty Dancer Company put on a stunning show last night at the Miracle Theatre to the delight of the audience of parents, students, members of the community, and school supporters. Kudos to the students and staff for a wonderful performance. Thank you so much Dr. Maurice A Butler for capturing the power and brilliance […]

ROTARY INTERACT CLUB INAUGURAL CLUB ANNOUNCED

Through the amazing help of members and leadership of the Rotary Club of DC and Rotary District 7620, Richard Wright Public Charter School for Journalism and Media Arts chartered the Rotary Interact Club with a record number of 40 outstanding young leaders! Well aligned with the mission of Richard Wright, this inaugural club at Richard […]

One World Education Ambassador Challenge

WE ARE SO PROUD of OUR Richard Wright Students, 10th Graders, McKenzie Turner and Amora Campbell for their outstanding presentations at the One World Education Ambassador Challenge. McKenzie’s story is highlighted in the Washington Post article by columnist Petula Dvorak. This exemplifies why we do what we do as a journalism and media arts school […]