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Welcome Letter from Principal Logan

Dear Ellington Families, Welcome to the 2022-23 School Year! We are looking forward to welcoming both new and returning families to the building this August. As you know, the first day of school starts on August 29th, and we have…

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On The Bright Side News Video

Welcome to On the Bright SIde News, where we give you all the goodness Duke has to offer. Here is where we talk about the latest and greatest of our wonderful school and inhumanly talented students.

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A Poet Activist at Brown With a Powerful Voice

A Poet Activist at Brown With a Powerful VoiceAmiri Nash charts the Black experience with a new student journal Name: Amiri Nash Age: 20 Hometown: Washington, D.C. Now Lives: Mr. Nash lives on-campus at Brown University in the Harambee House,…

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“We Are TDP” – Mini-Documentary on the Ellington Arts Technical Design and Production Department

  Want to learn more about the Ellington Arts Technical Design and Production (TDP) Department? Watch this inspiring video directed by our in-house video editor Kevin Thorne! It highlights the amazing multi-talented faculty and students in the department behind all…

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High School Musicians Give Their Own Lesson in Jazz

High school music students hung with the best in jazz for a joint Herbie Hancock Institute of Jazz (HHIJ) and U.S. Department of Education performance on April 19. Hosted by U.S. Secretary of Education Dr. Miguel Cardona, the peer-to-peer jazz…

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Secretary Cardona to Host Jazz Great Herbie Hancock and Local Student Quintet for “Peer-to-Peer Informance”

On Tuesday, U.S. Secretary of Education Miguel Cardona, in conjunction with The Herbie Hancock Institute of Jazz (Institute), will host 14-time Grammy Award-winning musician and Institute Chairman Herbie Hancock, acclaimed jazz trumpet recording artist Sean Jones, and the Institute’s “Peer-to-Peer…

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At ‘Hope in the Night,’ PostClassical Ensemble gives a Black composer an overdue spotlight

The ensemble teamed up with the Duke Ellington School of the Arts to celebrate neglected 20th-century composer William Levi Dawson On Friday night, we got taken to school. This was in a very real sense, as Duke Ellington School of…

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