Second-grade students made an acrylic painting depicting the four forces of flight—thrust, lift, gravity, and drag. Their painting is displayed at Reagan National Airport to teach people how airplanes stay in the sky. Eighth-grade students explored the ethics around gene editing and presented policy briefs to the National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine. Two Rivers Public Charter School in Washington, DC—part of the Expeditionary Learning Education network—enables its students to solve real-world problems.
- Outperformed the state on PARCC assessment for both math and ELA in 2015.
- Rated Tier 1 (High Performing) by the DC Public Charter School Board every year since 2012.
- Achieved 94% attendance rate during the 2015-2016 school year.