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School leader:  Mrs. Azalia Hunt-Speight
1001 Monroe St. NE
Washington, DC 20017

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(202) 281-3600
(202) 526-5022
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Best known for
"We are known for being a second home and second chance for our students. "

BASIC INFORMATION

  • Before / After care
    After
  • Dress policy
    Uniforms, Dress code
  • Transportation
    Paid public transportation
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PROGRAMS & CULTURE

  • Academic focus
    General - school does not emphasize one particular subject
  • Arts
    Video and film production, Band, Choir / Chorus...
  • World languages
    Spanish
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Overall:
Submitted by a community member · December 20, 2015
I graduated from this school in 1983. It gave me a second opportunity at a time of my life to get back on track when I needed it the most. Because of the structure of the curriculum, I was able to catch-up with many of the courses I had flunked... more

Develops character: Strongly agree
Submitted by a community member · December 20, 2015
The integrity of the teachers and administration was tremendous during my time there. Their belief in my abilities gave me the courage and confidence to succeed in graduating from high school.

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Submitted by a community member · December 06, 2015
I was a student here, and graduated in 1971; at that time it was called Postal Street Academy, then DC Street Academy. I'm a testimony to its success, and I have the utmost gratitude for the Teachers and other staff. Bless them all...

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Submitted by a parent · April 23, 2014
This school is very impressive to me. My daughter has been attendimg there since December 2014 and I must say she has made a change dramatically as far as grades and her attitude toward learning. I am so glad to see that she is finally learning... more

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About this school

The mission of the Luke Moore High is to provide a competent and compassionate secondary educational setting for young people ages 17-20 who have dropped out of high school or had difficulties in traditional school settings. Luke Moore High seeks to provide each student with an individualized program that addresses both the academic and socioemotional needs. Luke Moore High challenges students to become educated, productive and responsible contributors to society.

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Last modified: December 20, 2015
Last modified Luke C. Moore High School is a Public school that serves grades 9-12
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