Enrollment & Application

Thank you for your interest in attending Ron Brown College Preparatory High School.

Ron Brown College Preparatory High School, DCPS’s all-male high school, is home to Young Kings who are working to become young men of high character, that are academically curious, and are servants of their communities. Our program offers a rigorous liberal arts program that is aligned to Common Core and that will provide the academic skills to successfully navigate their post-secondary academic pursuits. RBHS seeks to educate the whole young man through Restorative Practices and Social-emotional Learning. We at Ron Brown believe that education should also occur through real-world exposure opportunities. RBHS is an one-to-one laptop school that provides students with an individual laptop to be used within the school.


RBHS Enrollment

April 1-30, 2019

Returning Students Enrollment

New Students Enrollment

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RBHS Enrollment Forms

Print, complete, sign, and send to RBHS, 4800 Meade Street NE, Washington, DC 20019 OR drop off at school to Ms. Tonya Hawkins, RBHS Enrollment & Attendance Director.

RBHS Transcript Request

RBHS Intent to Attend 

Become Familiar with Ron Brown High School & what it Means to be a Monarch

What are we About?

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Click here to apply for the
DCPS 2019-2020 Lottery -
9th-12 grade Due Date: February 1, 2019

February 1, 2019 - Deadline for 9-12th grade applicants

March 29, 2019 - Lottery results and waitlist positions available in your account

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What do I need to do to apply to Ron Brown?

 You can apply to RBHS at https://apply.myschooldc.dc.gov/. 
To increase your odds of being matched with Ron Brown College Preparatory High School, please make us as your 1st choice school.

Who should apply to RBHS?

All 1st year 9th and 10th grade students are welcome to apply.
However, the ideal candidate is a young man who reflects the values of a Young King, and a focus to develop scholarship, character, and service.

What is the best way to communicate with Enrollment & Attendance Office?

The best way to communicate with Tonya Hawkins, the Registrar, is via email. Her email address is tonya.hawkins2@dc.gov.
If you don’t have access a computer, you can call Mrs. Hawkins at 202.729.4343.