Welcome to Elsie Whitlow Stokes Community Freedom PCS

 

The Elsie Whitlow Stokes Community Freedom Public Charter School prepares culturally diverse elementary school students in the District of Columbia to be leaders, scholars and responsible citizens who are committed to social justice.

 

Stokes teaches children to think, speak, read, write and learn in two languages: English and French or English and Spanish. With a dual focus on academic excellence and community service, the Stokes School accomplishes its mission by creating an environment of achievement, respect and non-violence.

 

The Elsie Whitlow Stokes Community Freedom Public Charter School’s

vision is to be recognized, respected, and emulated as a premier model

of urban education in the United States. 

BROOKLAND CAMPUS NEWS & EVENTS
COVID-19 Resource Guide
For families who are looking for information on financial assistance, food, social and emotional health, community resources, and more, click here for our community resource guide compiled and updated weekly by our school counselor and school social worker.

Letter from Executive Director Erika Bryant

Please click below for our end of the school year letter from Stokes School Executive Director, Erika Bryant. 

English Letter: Click here

Letra Española: Haga Clic Aquí

Food Distribution Program 

Click here for more information on our Food Distribution Program for families during this crisis.

Distance Learning

Please click here for updates on Stokes School's approach to distance learning. 

Registration for SY 2020-2021

Registration for current and newly admitted students has started! Please click here to register for next school year. 

Intent to Enroll Form 2020-2021

Secure your scholar's place for next year by filling this out!

English form: click here

Spanish form: click here

Stokes School Strategic Plan 2019-2024

Stokes School has a newly completed 5-year strategic plan that we are excited to share with the community: available here!

PARCC Test Score Update

The PARCC Test results from 2018-2019 have been released. Executive Director, Erika Bryant, explains them here.

EAST END CAMPUS NEWS & EVENTS
COVID-19 Resource Guide
For families who are looking for information on financial assistance, food, social and emotional health, community resources, and more, click here for our community resource guide compiled and updated weekly by our school counselor and school social worker.

Letter from Executive Director Erika Bryant

Please click below for our end of the school year letter from Stokes School Executive Director, Erika Bryant. 

English Letter: Click here

Letra Española: Haga Clic Aquí

Food Distribution Program

Click here for more information on our Food Distribution Program for families during this crisis.

Distance Learning

Please click here for updates on Stokes School's approach to distance learning. 

Registration for SY 2020-2021

Registration for current and newly admitted students has started! Please click here to register for next school year. 

Stokes School Strategic Plan 2019-2024

Stokes School has a newly completed 5-year strategic plan that we are excited to share with the community: available here!

Intent to Enroll Form 2020-2021

Secure your scholar's place for next year by filling this out!

English form: click here

Spanish form: click here

PARCC Test Score Update

The PARCC Test results from 2018-2019 have been released. Executive Director, Erika Bryant, explains them here.

BROOKLAND CAMPUS  3700 Oakview Terrace, NE  |  Washington, DC 20017  |  202-265-7237

EAST END CAMPUS  5600 East Capitol Street, NE  |  Washington, DC 20019  |  202-975-2100

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