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Bell Multicultural High School is a public school located in the neighborhood of Columbia Heights in Washington, D.C., United States. Bell Multicultural is a part of the District of Columbia Public Schools. As of May 2008[update], the principal is Maria Tukeva.[1] Students are required to take classes in either Spanish or French with the goal of becoming proficient in that language.[1] All students are required to take two Advanced Placement classes—one in English literature and one in English language—during their time at Bell.[2] Some students spend part of their school day taking classes at the University of the District of Columbia in pursuit of simultaneously graduating with both a high school degree and an associates degree.[3] In 2008, Newsweek ranked Bell Multicultural the 77th best high school in the United States and 12th in the D.C. metropolitan area. Newsweek ranked schools according to the ratio of the number of Advanced Placement, International Baccalaureate, and/or Cambridge tests taken by all students at a school in 2007 divided by the number of graduating seniors. Bell Multicultural's ratio was 3.888. Bell Multicultural was the only District school to rank in the top 100.[4] In the Washington Post's 2007 Challenge Index, Bell Multicultural was ranked 13th in the region and 319th in the nation.[5] Bell Multicultural's sports teams are called the Griffins. In 2007, Bell won the D.C. Interscholastic Athletic Association volleyball championship.[6] The current Bell Multicultural High School building was built in 2006 to replace the old Bell Multicultural High School.[7] References ^ a b Bell Multicultural Senior High School. District of Columbia Public Schools. Retrieved 2008-05-25. ^ Matthews, Jay. Embracing the Challenge of AP English for All Students. The Washington Post. 2008-04-14. ^ Chandler, Michael Alison. A New Tack to Help High-Schoolers At Risk: College. The Washington Post. 2006-11-07. ^ Pace, Gina; Brillman, Dan. The Top of the Class. Newsweek. 2008-05-26. ^ Bell Multicultural Challenge Index Profile. The Washington Post. 2007-05-21. ^ Stanmyre, Matthew. Bell Ends Wilson's Decade of Dominance. The Washington Post. 2007-11-29. ^ New Multicultural School Opens In D.C. WRC-TV (NBC4). 2006-05-22. Coordinates: 38°55′45.6″N 77°2′8″W / 38.929333°N 77.03556°W / 38.929333; -77.03556