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Get Involved with Chavez Schools!


In order for our students to become change agents for their communities, we need the community to be invested in our students! We need YOU to help us develop students ideas and to support Chavez Schools, so we can continue to grow our public policy programs.

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Join us at an upcoming event to hear directly from students about their experience at Chavez Schools or come visit one of our campuses to understand the work of Chavez Schools first hand! Please sign-up here to attend an upcoming event or to schedule a visit to one of our schools.




Act: Become a Volunteer

The curriculum of Chavez Schools emphasizes the key skills students need to be prepared for college and effective change-agents for their communities. Consequently, our curriculum requires our students to continually engage with and get feedback from community members like you about their ideas! Review our monthly volunteer opportunities and register to participate in an upcoming classroom or community-based project.

CCS_Filler_Images_GetInvolved_Believe1Believe: Donate to Chavez Schools

Chavez Schools is celebrating 20 years!

For 20 years, 100% of Chavez students have been accepted to college and successfully completed the public policy courses required for graduation from our schools. We need to provide the same level of support to students and continue to ensure our policy programs are responsive to the needs of our community for the next 20 years. Donate $20 today to celebrate with us and keep the change going!

For more information about giving to Chavez Schools, please contact Stephanie Remick at


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Other Specific ways you can support Chavez Schools:

  • Chavez Schools annual Public Policy Symposium
  • United Way: # 8530
  • Combined Federal Campaign: # 32521
  • Grocery Store rewards
    • Giant A+
    • Harris Teeter- Together in Education

Make checks payable to “Cesar Chavez Public Charter Schools for Public Policy” and send to:

Finance Department
Attention: Cheryl Cunningham
Cesar Chavez Public Charter Schools for Public Policy
525 School Street, SW, 5th Floor
Washington, DC 20024