Take a look at our May Newsletter!
EXPECTATION OF THE WEEK:
Be Responsible by starting to study for your semester exams early and finishing up semester projects
Attention all NHS members. We will have our next and final general meeting of this school year today in room 11 at lunch to discuss summer service opportunities and other business. See you then.
CHS Dance Team tryouts are May 29-June 1. Further information can be found on our web page
If you are taking or have interest in taking AP European History next year, please see Ms. Pierce in room 22 to get your summer assignment and for general information about the class by June 1st at the latest
The church across the street is providing free lunch/BBQ for all students today. As a reminder, please do not park in their parking lot. Thanks
ACTIVITIES FOR THE WEEK
Thurs/Fri/Sat State Softball in Helena
Thurs/Fri/Sat State Track in Great Falls
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Please take a moment to check out our news and information for October!
Please take time to review all of the upcoming dates and information contained in our August 2017 CHS Newsletter
Summer School 2017 will be held at Capital High School from June 22 – July 21. There will be NO SCHOOL July 3 & 4. The cost per class is $90.
If your student needs to register for Summer School and you wish to pay by credit card, please click on the link below:
If your student needs to register for Summer School and you are unable to pay by credit card, please print out the Registration Form below and take it to the Business Office at May Butler, 55 South Rodney St. along with your payment.
If you have questions or need help please contact Gabby Clow (Summer School Administrator) at 324-2203.
Please take time to review all of the upcoming dates and information contained in our June Newsletter 2017.
Our Seniors took a walk down memory lane as they dressed up in their cap and gown and walked the halls of their former elementary schools! They were greeted with high fives and Congrats signs! It was a great experience for our graduates as well as for our young grade schoolers who got to see where they will be in a few years! Check out the stories/videos below:
More news from Mr. Pearce’s Carpentry I class. Some of his students made 5 raised beds for the VA Hospital. Check out the KXLH story at