TMA Students Lead 100% Voter Registration Project

At the beginning of the 2019-2020 school year, TMA Social Studies Teacher, Karen Lee, started the first day of her US Government class trying to answer the question: Who votes? Looking at DC and national voting data, Ms. Lee and her students discovered that the lowest DC voter turnout rates occur in wards 7 and 8. The conversation sparked students’ interest in finding out why their community had lower turnout rates. “Voting rights and voter registration has always been important to me and so every student that I have taught has had an opportunity to register to vote through my class.”, says Ms. Lee. read more

Response to Recent Events

“Racism separates, but it never liberates. Hatred generates fear, and fear once given a foothold binds, consumes and imprisons. Nothing is gained from prejudice. No …read more

We’re Tier 1!

Thurgood Marshall Academy named Tier 1 School School consistently earned top-rated distinction each year since 2012 WASHINGTON — For the eighth consecutive year, Thurgood Marshall …read more

Summer Prep

Summer Prep is a really special opportunity for TMA’s incoming 9th graders. For a month, they get to meet grade level teachers, make new friends, …read more

Summer Law Day at Wiley Rein

On Friday July 19, our Summer Prep students had the opportunity to attend Law Day at Wiley Rein LLP in downtown DC. Dressed in professional …read more

Congrats, Class of 2019!

On Friday June 14, our TMA seniors marched across the stage at the Cramton Auditorium on Howard University Campus and received their high school diplomas. …read more

College Acceptances

We are so proud of our TMA Graduates, Class of 2019. Next stop… college! Colleges Accepting Class of 2019 TMA Graduates Alabama A&M University Alabama …read more