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Education near Washington, DC

City County
High School Graduates 88.91 88.91
College Degree - 2 year 3.13 3.13
College Degree - 4 year 53.39 53.39
Graduate Degree 17.85 17.85
Expenditures per Student 28,494 26,333
Students per Teacher 13.3 17.5

Elementary Schools near Washington, DC

Grades Students P/T Ratio ZIP
Amidon-Bowen Elementary School PK - 05 345 12.8 20024
Beers Elementary School PK - 05 438 11.7 20020
Brent Elementary School PK - 05 368 12.7 20003
Excel Academy PCS Dream PK - 03 569 10.9 20020
Friendship PCS Chamberlain Elementary PK - 03 375 12.1 20003
KIPP DC Heights Academy PCS 01 - 04 415 11.9 20020
Moten Elementary School PK - 05 395 12.9 20020
Payne Elementary School PK - 05 277 10.5 20003
Savoy Elementary School PK - 05 408 15 20020
Stanton Elementary School (DC Scholars) PK - 05 578 14.1 20020
Tyler Elementary School PK - 05 522 11.5 20003
Watkins ES Capitol Hill Cluster 01 - 05 500 15.5 20003

Middle Schools near Washington, DC

Grades Students P/T Ratio ZIP
Appletree Early Learning Center PCS Amidon PK - PK 44 14.7 20024
Excel Academy PCS Lead 04 - 06 155 15.5 20020
Friendship PCS Chamberlain PK - PK 760 15.5 20003
Friendship PCS Chamberlain Middle 04 - 08 343 25.4 20003
Howard Road Academy PCS Pennsylvania Avenue PK - KG 151 25.2 20020
Jefferson Middle School 06 - 08 279 12.7 20024
Jefferson Middle School Academy 06 - 08 277 10.4 20024
Johnson John Hayden Ms 06 - 08 291 12.1 20020
KIPP DC Aim PCS Academy PCS 05 - 08 321 11.9 20020
Kramer Middle School 06 - 08 333 11.9 20020
Winston EC PK - 08 308 17.1 20020

High Schools near Washington, DC

Grades Students P/T Ratio ZIP
Anacostia SHS 09 - 12 661 11.8 20020
Cesar Chavez for Public Policy Capitol Hill PCS 09 - 12 358 9.9 20003
Eastern High School 09 - 12 1,025 14.4 20003
Phelps Architecture, Construction, and Engineering High School 09 - 12 323 10.3 20003
Richard Wright PCS for Journalism and Media Arts PCS 08 - 12 305 9.5 20003
Thurgood Marshall Academy PCS 09 - 12 395 11.8 20020

Ungraded Schools near Washington, DC

Grades Students P/T Ratio ZIP
Choice Academy At Emery 09 - 11 5 0.8 20020
KIPP DC College Prep. PCS 06 - 12 454 11.8 20020
St. Coletta Special Education PCS PK - KG 252 8.7 20003
Washington Global UG - UG 0 20024
Youth Services Center 06 - 11 76 5.8 20003

Demographics near Washington, DC 20020

Zip Code City
Neighborhood Type Inner City
Population 672,228 672,228
Population Density 10,366 10,381
Median Age 33.7 33.7
People per Household 2.2 2.2
Median Household Income 69,235 69,235
Average Income per Capita 46,502 46,502

Washington is located in District of Columbia. Washington, District of Columbia 20020 has a population of 672,228. Washington 20020 is less family-centric than the surrounding county with 14.7% of the households containing married families with children. The county average for households married with children is 21.65%.

The median household income in Washington, District of Columbia 20020 is $69,235. The median household income for the surrounding county is $69,235 compared to the national median of $53,482. The median age of people living in Washington 20020 is 33.7 years.

Washington Weather

The average high temperature in July is 88.8 degrees, with an average low temperature in January of 27.5 degrees. The average rainfall is approximately 43.5 inches per year, with 13.3 inches of snow per year. No weather information available.

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