83out of100 kids

After a 12-week DC SCORES season, 83% of participants improved their aerobic capacity.

99out of100 kids

After a 12-week DC SCORES season, 99% of participants were confident they would graduate high school.

96out of100 kids

After a year of DC SCORES, 96% of participants discovered something they’re good at.

The ability to have one-on-one conversations with students about not just school, but about soccer and personal lives has impacted me greatly.


My daughter has built a great amount of confidence sharing her ideas in class. She was always very smart with lots of ideas but was very shy. Thank you DC SCORES!

DC SCORES parent


During the 2019-20 season, DC SCORES has received the following recognition:

Press Coverage

  1. Tried and True x DC SCORES (w/D.C. United's Jason Levien)

    The Tried and True crew do a special collaboration with DC SCORES and Screaming Eagles to help raise money for young poet-athletes in D.C.

    Tried and True - the D.C. United Postgame Podcast!
  2. The Future of Youth Sports Part 3

    DC SCORES CEO, Bethany Henderson and DC SCORES alumni and Bancroft Elementary School coach, John Guzman discuss the importance of equitable access to sports to society at large.

  3. A conversation with Sean Hinkle, Chief Program Officer at DC SCORES

    DC SCORES Chief Program Officer, Sean Hinkle, joins Coach Carlos from Amidon-Bowen Elementary School on a special episode of the Golazo with Carlos and Paul podcast.

    Golazo with Carlos and Paul
  4. Washington Spirit to play for DC SCORES in the 2020 Verizon Community Shield

    The Washington Spirit is proud to announce that the club will be playing for DC SCORES during the Verizon Community Shield competition. The Verizon Community Shield is a partnership between the National Women’s Soccer League and Verizon, where each of the NWSL’s nine clubs will partner with small businesses or programs in their community.

    Washington Spirit
  5. CSR Soccer Balls and Poetry w DC Scores and Host Richard Levick

    Bethany Henderson, CEO of DC SCORES and Network President of America SCORES, Ben-James Brown a board member and VP with Wells Fargo Bank and DeAndre Walters a DC SCORES alumni and incoming freshman at Morehouse College tell powerful, moving stories, read poetry and talk about how to make a lasting difference in communities.

    In House Warrior Podcast
  6. D.C. United players, staff paint ‘I Can’t Breathe’ and ‘BLM’ on Audi Field grass

    D.C. United players and staff members paint “I Can’t Breathe” alongside DC SCORES coaches from Amidon-Bowen Elementary School to support the Black Lives Matter movement.

    The Washington Post