Poet-athletes stepped up to the mic to deliver a range of messages, from advocating for the environment to ending gun violence. Photo: Cody Cervenka
Top teams from across the District gathered for the 2023 Capital Cup championship finals. Photo: Cody Cervenka
As one of the longest-participating schools in DC SCORES, Burrville Elementary School has seen the program’s impact on generations of poet-athletes.
Middle School poet-athletes from 14 schools across DC participated in the event at Trinity Washington University. Photo: Cody Cervenka
Newsome joined DC SCORES in 2022 to provide extra-curricular opportunities to his students.
After less than two years in the DC SCORES program, Kayla has performed at many of DC’s top cultural institutions.
Lorena Palacios says working with DC SCORES has defined her experience of living in DC.
Every year, DC SCORES hosts two community festivals and soccer tournaments for first through fifth-grade poet-athletes. Photo: Cody Cervenka
Through ticket sales, auction bids, and sponsorship, One Night One Goal attendees raised over half a million dollars for DC SCORES’ soccer poetry and service-learning programs. Photo: Cody Cervenka
D.C. United and DC SCORES are making a difference for thousands of young people across the District.
D.C. United captain Steve Birnbaum has been a champion of DC SCORES for close to a decade. Photo: D.C. United
Director Perdomo showing support for DC SCORES at the 2022 SCORES Awards. Photo: Hannah Wagner