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Friendship Tech Prep is a college preparatory high school serving students in 9th - 12th grade.
 
Friendship Public Charter School has expanded its portfolio of schools with a new school model: Friendship Tech Prep Academy, where our secondary STEM program provides multiple opportunities for students to develop skills in science, technology, engineering and math through our robotics program, engineering classes, hands-on science curriculum, and the use of technology such as iPads and Smartboards. Read more about our academic program.
 
At Friendship Tech Prep students benefit from Advanced Placement and Honors courses, as well as Career Academy courses that provide pathways in technology, science, engineering, law, and communication arts. Tech Prep has a high graduation and college acceptance rates.
 
Friendship Tech Prep Academy is preparing students for higher education and the career of their choice by ensuring mastery of skills, knowledge, and tools needed to succeed in the 21st-century green global economy. Our green school focus ensures that each member of the Tech Prep community learns to make environmentally conscious decisions and gains the experience to design and develop green products. Upon completion of our new building in 2014, all students will attend a premier green facility and have the opportunity to experience green technology firsthand.
 

Campus Information

Friendship Technology Preparatory High School 
 
Grades: 9th through 12th
Head of Schools: Peggy Jones
Resident High School Principal: Malika Mays

Address: 2705 Martin Luther King Avenue SE, Washington, DC 20032
Phone: (202) 552-5700
School Hours: 7:45 am - 3:30 pm

Friendship Tech Prep Academy News

Continuing the Legacy Oratorical Showcase

In following the footsteps of Dr. Carter G. Woodson, founder of Black History Month, it is important to take the time to acknowledge the accomplishments and the legacy of African-American men and women who influenced the way in which we live today. It is imperative that we take their lessons and accomplishments as inspiration for our own success and legacy. This Black History "Continuing the Legacy" Oratorical Showcase will give students across Washington, DC the opportunity to learn about the past and look toward the future.

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