Senior Make Up School

Click here to begin the Make-Up School registration process.  If you or your student have participated in either Driver’s Education or Summer/Make-Up School previously – you should have an established access.

All students taking Make-Up School must pay the full tuition if the credit is needed to graduate as stated by the School Board policy. No fees will be waived for Free/Reduced students.  If students do not pay for the re-take classes, then they are not eligible to receive credit.

Make-Up School 2018

American Government & English IV

TUITION:  The tuition is $90 per course.  Tuition must be received before registration is complete.

 CREDIT/DEBIT CARD REGISTRATION:  Please look for the make-up school post at the top of your school’s web page. Click on that announcement to be redirected to the online registration page.

ONLINE REGISTRATION

 

CASH/CHECK REGISTRATION:  Make your payment at the Helena School District Business Office, located at 55 South Rodney.  Bring your receipt to your school’s Office Manager for assistance with the registration process.

 Helena High:  Betsy Allen        324-2207

Capital High:  Monica Crow     324-2471

ATTENDANCE POLICY: Students are allowed two absences and on the third absence will not receive credit for the course.

SPRING BREAK:  Classes will not be held March 26th through March 30th.

English 4
Dates:          February 13th to April 26th

Days:          Tuesdays and Thursdays

Times:         3:45-5:45 pm

Location:     Capital High Room 112

 

American Government
Dates:          February 12th to May 2nd

Days:          Mondays and Wednesdays

Times:         3:45-5:45 pm

Location:    Helena High Room 25

                                                         

See your school counselor for more information.

 

 

Posted on May 21, 2019

Wednesday, May 22, 2019

EXPECTATION OF THE WEEK: 

Be a Graduate by being a life-long learner

There will be a team picture taken in the gym for all Girls Track team members who participated in this past weekend’s Divisional Track meet today at 3:30.  Be certain to have a clean uniform, dress sweats, and team T-shirt for the picture.  For those whose season is completed, we will collect all uniforms and gear after the picture.  Thanks for all your efforts and congrats on being the Western AA Divisional Champions!!

All library books are due. Please return them as soon as possible to avoid fines that will delay getting your schedule next fall.

Yearbooks are coming to Capital High School!! We still have a few left to sell, so if you want one, see Mrs. Selch in room 216! They will be sold out fast! They are $85 each.

All yearbooks will be handed out on Tuesday, May 28th in the library from 12 until 3 p.m. Make sure you bring some form of I.D. to receive your yearbook.

Any sophomore who will be taking AP English 3 next year will need to attend a meeting at lunch with Mr. Ward and Ms. Leaphart on Tuesday the 28th of May in room 112 to get their summer assignment.

Horatio Alger Career and Technical Education Scholarship

  • Deadline: June 15, 2019
  • Deadline Details: The Career and Technical Scholarship application opens annually March 15 – June 15.
  • Award: $2,500
  • Find out More →

The Horatio Alger Career and Technical Scholarship Program awards scholarships to students who have faced and overcome great obstacles in their lives who wish to pursue a career or technical education at an accredited non-profit post-secondary institution in the United States.

Eligibility Criteria:

  • Have completed high school (or earned a high school equivalency credential)
  • Will be enrolled in eligible program in Fall 2019
  • Exhibit a strong commitment to pursue and complete a career or technical program (up to 2 years) at an accredited non-profit post-secondary institution in the United States
  • Demonstrated critical financial need (must be eligible to receive the Federal Pell grant as determined by completion of the FAFSA)
  • Demonstrated perseverance in overcoming adversity
  • Be under the age of 30
  • Be a United States citizen

Funds may be used for tuition, fees, books and supplies.  All scholarship funds are paid directly to the institution on behalf of the recipient.

Posted on May 20, 2019

Tuesday, May 21, 2019

EXPECTATION OF THE WEEK: 

Be a Graduate by being a life-long learner

There will be a girl’s cross country meeting this Wednesday at lunch in the Career Center. Lunch will be provided.

The library will be closed at lunch today so the trivia and Minecraft champions can play LASER TAG!!!!!!

There will be a team picture taken in the gym for all Girls Track team members who participated in this past weekend’s Divisional Track meet on Wednesday at 3:30.  Be certain to have a clean uniform, dress sweats, and team T-shirt for the picture.  For those whose season is completed, we will collect all uniforms and gear after the picture.  Thanks for all your efforts and congrats on being the Western AA Divisional Champions!!

All library books are due Wednesday! Please return them as soon as possible to avoid fines that will delay getting your schedule next fall.

Yearbooks are coming to Capital High School!! We still have a few left to sell, so if you want one, see Mrs. Selch in room 216! They will be sold out fast! They are $85 each.

All yearbooks will be handed out on Tuesday, May 28th in the library from 12 until 3 p.m. Make sure you bring some form of I.D. to receive your yearbook.

 

Posted on May 16, 2019

Thursday, May 16, 2019

EXPECTATION OF THE WEEK: 

Be a Graduate by finishing the school year strong and being a Bruin Ambassador

Is there a senior that you would like to “kiss” goodbye before they graduate? Come to the main foyer during lunch next week May 20-23 to buy a Hershey’s kiss and a special note to be delivered on Tuesday 5/28 during their 2nd period semester test. Cost is 25 cents per kiss or 5 kisses for a dollar.

Anybody taking AP Physics 1 next year needs to stop by Mrs. Humbert’s room for their summer work.

Coach McMahon will be collecting uniforms and track gear on Wednesday, and Thursday after school from any Junior, Sophomore, or Freshman girls tracksters whose season is completed.  You may also turn gear into Coaches Goody, Kelly, Engstrom, or Lane during the school day as well.

Weekly Activities for May 13-18

Wed-Fri                  Tennis                    at State in Great Falls

Fri                           Divisional Track     2:00 pm                 at Vigilante

Fri-Sat                     Divisional Softball                 at Missoula

Sat                           Divisional Track    10:30 am               at Vigilante

Posted on May 10, 2019

Monday, May 13, 2019

EXPECTATION OF THE WEEK: 

Be a Graduate by finishing the school year strong and being a Bruin Ambassador

Forms are available for the Summer DOT program in the Main Office.  We need to have at least 40 students signed up to keep the program going.  You can contact Lon Carter or Lee Carter for additional information is necessary.

There will be a meeting at lunch on Monday in Mr. Clinch’s room (room 205) for all those interested in participating in the boys soccer program next fall. Summer workout plans and expectations will be discussed.

Is there a senior that you would like to “kiss” goodbye before they graduate? Come to the main foyer during lunch next week May 20-23 to buy a Hershey’s kiss and a special note to be delivered on Tuesday 5/28 during their 2nd period semester test. Cost is 25 cents per kiss or 5 kisses for a dollar.

Weekly Activities for May 13-18

Wed-Fri                  Tennis                                                 at State in Great Falls

Fri                           Divisional Track     2:00 pm            at Vigilante

Fri-Sat                     Divisional Softball                          at Missoula

Sat                           Divisional Track    10:30 am         at Vigilante

Posted on May 9, 2019

Friday, May 10, 2019

EXPECTATION OF THE WEEK: 

Be a Graduate by finishing the school year strong and being a Bruin Ambassador

Prom tickets will be sold in room 2 – $45 for a single ticket and $65 for a couple.

Forms are available for the Summer DOT program in the Main Office.  We need to have at least 40 students signed up to keep the program going.  You can contact Lon Carter or Lee Carter for additional information is necessary.

Attention National Honor Society Members – We have 2 new service opportunities we are in need of volunteers for.  Parking cars for a Mother’s Day sale and assisting with a spring fun run.  All the details are in room 11.  Stop by soon to check these out.

Spanish club is hosting a school wide Ping Pong tournament on Thursday, May 23rd.   I will take place after school from 4:00 till 6:00ish.   There will be 2 brackets of doubles, advanced and beginners.  This will be double elimination! There will be prizes of coupons from around town.   The cost is $5 per team!   Sign up in Senor’s room, 101.

If you’re interested in the official eSports teams we are forming for next fall, please take the eSports survey on the Capital High Library, ASAP. See the librarians for more details.

 

Sat          JV Softball             12/2 pm   Skyview/Senior @NW Park

Sat          Var Softball           12/2          Skyview/Senior @ NW Park

Posted on May 9, 2019

LIVE YOUR BEST LIFE Health Leaders Summer Camp

LIVE YOUR BEST LIFE
Health Leaders
Summer Camp 2019
June 23-28
For Rural & Tribal Teens Age 14-17

Are you interested in improving the health of your community or pursuing a health-related career? If so, join is for a camp where you will explore a wide range of health concepts with like-minded teens in a beautiful setting.
At camp, you will make friends, learn new skills, and discover ways to serve your
community. You will also learn about different concepts of health while enjoying a week in the mountains that includes hiking, white water rafting, and campfires!
Hopa Mountain encourages applications from teens age 14-17 from rural and tribal communities, especially those who will befirst in their family to attend college. The goal of this camp is to provide teens with the opportunity to explore healthcare careers, healthy ways of living, and learn about college life.

This camp is free of charge for all participants.

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Posted on May 9, 2019

Summer Opportunities

Posted on May 9, 2019

Thursday May 9, 2019

EXPECTATION OF THE WEEK: 

Be a Graduate by finishing the school year strong and being a Bruin Ambassador

There will be a girls’ soccer meeting today at lunchtime in the library conference room.  All girls interested in trying out should attend to come and meet Coach Price.

Prom tickets will be sold in the foyer this week- $45 for a single ticket and $65 for a couple.  Masks will still be in room 2.

All those interested in trying out for the 2019-2020 cheer and stunt team, please attend tryouts tonight in the wrestling room beginning at 5:15 PM.  Tryouts will be this week through Thursday.  If you have any questions, please come to the gathering tonight, and more details will be given.

Forms are available for the Summer DOT program in the Main Office.  We need to have at least 40 students signed up to keep the program going.  You can contact Lon Carter or Lee Carter for additional information is necessary.

Attention National Honor Society Members – We have 2 new service opportunities we are in need of volunteers for.  Parking cars for a Mother’s day sale and assisting with a spring fun run.  All the details are in room 11.  Stop by soon to check these out.

Spanish club is hosting a school wide Ping Pong tournament on Thursday, April 23rd.   I will take place after school from 4:00 till 6:00ish.   There will be 2 brackets of doubles, advanced and beginners.  This will be double elimination! There will be prizes of coupons from around town.   The cost is $5 per team!   Sign up in Senor’s room, 101.

If you’re interested in the official eSports teams we are forming for next fall, please take the eSports survey on the Capital High Library, ASAP. See the librarians for more details.

Sat          JV Softball             12/2 pm   Skyview/Senior @NW Park

Sat          Var Softball           12/2          Skyview/Senior @ NW Park

Posted on May 7, 2019

Wednesday, May 8, 2019

EXPECTATION OF THE WEEK: 

Be a Graduate by finishing the school year strong and being a Bruin Ambassador

There will be a girls’ soccer meeting this Thursday, May 9th, at lunchtime in the library conference room.  All girls interested in trying out should attend to come and meet Coach Price.

Prom tickets will be sold in the foyer this week- $45 for a single ticket and $65 for a couple.  Masks will still be in room 2.

All those interested in trying out for the 2019-2020 cheer and stunt team, please attend tryouts tonight in the wrestling room beginning at 5:15 PM.  Tryouts will be this week through Thursday.  If you have any questions, please come to the gathering tonight, and more details will be given.

Forms are available for the Summer DOT program in the Main Office.  We need to have at least 40 students signed up to keep the program going.  You can contact Lon Carter or Lee Carter for additional information is necessary.

Attention National Honor Society Members – We have 2 new service opportunities we are in need of volunteers for.  Parking cars for a Mother’s day sale and assisting with a spring fun run.  All the details are in room 11.  Stop by soon to check these out.

 Activities

Wed       JV Softball              4/6 pm                   @ Frenchtown

Sat          JV Softball             12/2 pm                 Skyview @NW Park

Sat          Var Softball           12/2                        Skyview @ NW Park