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Washington School for Girls

The Washington School for Girls is an example of a partnership that developed from a deep concern for young girls in an underserved urban area and who were at risk of leaving school early. Three organizations: the National Council of Negro Women, the Society of the Holy Child of Jesus, and the Religious of Jesus and Mary established WMSG in 1998. Today the school’s mission is deeply rooted in the heritage of three courageous women and educators: Mary McLeod Bethune, Cornelia Connelly, and Claudine Thevenet. 


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