"We are best known for project based learning."
Students enrolled 1262
Hours 8:45am - 3:15pm
School leader Maria Tukeva
Transportation options no info
District District Of Columbia Public Schools
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4 stars
Based on 13 ratings

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August 21, 2013
i'mm a student at Bell and the only thing i can say is I LOVE IT!!

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May 16, 2013
I am a Junior at BELL MULTICULTURAL SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL (C.H.E.C) CLASS OF 2014. The principal MS. T one of the strong principal who stick to her philosophic views how a SCHOOL should be run and how student should be taught. This school has taught me to take a rigorous path that will challenge you to work hard in the future. I like how the school pushes you to take at least 2 AP college board classes and how they make you take capstone to prepare you for college and work one on one with you on essay and how they offer early college to student to get the credits for college. Another thing i like is the college career center where they help you prepare for your career that you want to study and they really stick to that. If parent are considering this school for your child. I really would say do it. The asst. principals are really helpful they can answer your question 9 of 10 times. The counselors try their best to get you to go to college if not a four year at least a community college. And the teachers are really nice and sticks to there subject areas. if people ask I will say security is always present and personally feel safe a C.H.E.C. I will say its a COLLEGE PREPARATORY SCHOOL

- submitted by a community member
January 29, 2013
I am currently a student at bell, and I've met some of the best staff on this planet. Bell legitimately cares about where it's students will head after high-school and hold you to nothing short of your best. With great scholarship opportunities, and a warm and friendly diverse community, Columbia Heights Educational Campus truly proves to be a great high school. Those with negative divergent views on Bell's curriculum were obviously not up to their high standards. @ CHEC Class of 2013, the greatest class on the face of the planet.

- submitted by a community member
May 17, 2011
I am a former student of Bell Multicultural High School. I completed my freshman year and half of my sophomore year there until I was transferred to School Without Walls, a much better school. Anyways, back to the point, Bell is a school where grades and test scores are the most important thing. Forget about how a student feels about anything, they do not care. The only thing the staff cares about at Bell is its reputation. They treat all their students like little kids and give them little to no say in anything that goes on in school. I feel as if schools should have a family environment where everyone is free to voice their opinions if it means bettering the school, but no at Bell students are nothing more than teenagers that have to listen to the adults and do exactly what they say if not you will be put out and that's the end of it. Overall, I think Bell is a reputation hungry, close-minded, degrading school.

- submitted by a community member
May 03, 2010
THE Best school in DC. The environment is hands down perfect foe teens to hang and do their best in school. :)

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June 08, 2009
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- submitted by a student
April 22, 2009
What a great school. The environment is outstanding and love the diversity.

- submitted by a parent
March 31, 2009
i agree with the review under me. im am rite now a freshman at Bell and its true because yes they give educational guidance but the teachers always focus on the kids that are not there to learn and not on the kids who are there too learn something new..plus we barely get to have a non-uniform day....!

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March 07, 2009
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- submitted by a parent
no rating March 06, 2009
To whom it may concern: I m certainly a senior at Bell Multicultural High School. Through out my years in Bell I have had my ups and downs, though that s common for most students. Bell has teach me many thing for example how to write research papers, how to collect data, and among other educationally things, although one thing they have not let me do is express my thoughts and be creative. I won t argue about Bells education, is very helpful and rigours because it s gives kids the education the need and disserve. Bell goal and only goal is to give kids the education they need but the staff in bell have only focus on working the mind but not caring about the kids. Through out the years that I have attended DC public schools I have never felt so neglected and disrespected. Bell gives education but that s not the only thing kids need they also need guidance for the future and for the real world Bell treats every kid like they were in kindergarten of course excluding naptime and snake time. I have a few month before I graduate and as a senior every time I walk in the doors of Bell I feel as I m walking in a communist world, I understand that kids need boundary but as a senior that is about to walk out of kid world and walking in into adult world I believe that we should be treated as adults and let us make are own choices, because if we don t start now then when will we. Bell portray a school that focuses on accomplishing all the education achievement only to get recognition. Bell it giving education it is not give support to the students and it is not letting them grow up as adults. Bell staff seem like they don t want the student to succeed in life the want the school it self to succeed.

- submitted by a community member
February 28, 2009
I'm a student from Bell Multicultural High School and it has changed a lot than how it was back then. I really enjoy this school a lot. The school teaches many things that are really important in life. If anyone moves to DC, Bell is the best school you should go.

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January 28, 2009
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- submitted by a parent
no rating January 31, 2008
Excellen School, I highly recommend it.

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December 19, 2007
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Columbia Heights Education Campus
3101 16th St. NW, Washington, DC  20010
(202) 939-7700
Last modified Columbia Heights Education Campus is a public school that serves grades 6-12. It has received a GreatSchools rating of 4 out of 10 based on academic quality.
Columbia Heights Education Campus Rating: 4 out of 5 based on 16 reviews.