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Please take time to review all of the upcoming dates and information contained in our October-newsletter-2016.
Dear Parents and Students,
Capital High School Students are going to Peru in 2017!
Excursions like this are a great way to enhance learning opportunities for every CHS student! The trip is designed to focus on global, cultural and travel skills necessary to exist in a global world. Therefore, to enrich a student’s life experiences, we have organized a rich tour featuring a different part of the world each year.
The 2017 trip to Peru will be a special treat for every CHS student. This educational experience is a perfect way to enrich the subjects you love. For example, the archaeological and architectural phenomenon of Machu Picchu will provide insight into the life and survival of the Incas; while those interested in the sciences will experience environmental systems and participate in naturalist activities. Students who travel with us can practice a foreign language, experience the arts, contemplate engineering feats, and more. Therefore, as a way to enrich a student’s high school career, we have worked hard to offer an amazing trip for kids to experience life’s educational adventures.
Where and how do I sign up? It costs $95 to lock in the price and to secure your spot. It’s very easy to sign up on line (eftours.com and the tour number is 1724471EC). Many fun, effective fundraisers are available to pay for the cost of your trip. Students may join organized CHS fundraisers, do their own fundraisers or get a job. We are excited to plan our next adventure with you on board. What a wonderful opportunity for students and or parents to learn and experience unique, real life quests usually seen through images in a text book. Contact us if you have questions:
Here is what CHS students and parents have had to say about our past tours: “I wasn’t sure what I was going to do in college but now I’m inspired”, “This experience has changed our son’s life”, ” I would do whatever it takes to go on another trip”, “This whole experience has done what had hoped it would and more!” Hope to see you on board.
Genevieve Anderson 459-9311 email@example.com
and Sue Butler 324-2531/431-2460 firstname.lastname@example.org
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Please take time to review all of the upcoming dates and information contained in our September Newsletter 2016.
Please take time to review all of the upcoming dates and information contained in our 2016 August CHS Newsletter. Here you will find lots of details regarding textbooks, schedules, parking applications, registration, and so much more!
Click here to see the upcoming school calendar for 2016-2017.
Please take time to review all of the upcoming dates and information contained in our June Newsletter 2016.
The Science Innovator Scholarships are presented annually to top-ranked, teacher-nominated, high school science students based on their intellectual curiosity, work ethic, and capacity for scientific reasoning, demonstrated integrity, leadership and communication skills.
Three Helena-area students have been awarded $1,500 each in scholarships. Capital High’s recipients were Meagan Key and William (Woody) Turman. Helena High’s recipient was Joseph (Pepper) Pennington.
To see the full IR article, click here.
Please take time to review all of the upcoming dates and information contained in our May Newsletter 2016.
Please take time to review all of the upcoming dates and information contained in our April Newsletter 2016.
MBI at Capital High School
Be Responsible, Be Respectful, Be a Graduate. Have you heard this before? These are the expectations at Capital High School known as the Capital Code—the expectations we have for all students and staff at our school. Capital High School is working hard this year to continue our work with the Capital Code in the classroom and also in the community, and to get students more involved with our Montana Behavioral Initiative (MBI) committee here at Capital High School.
Some of our plans this year include having students participate in the MBI Youth Days in Helena, take part in presenting our High Five awards during pep assemblies, as well as participate in a Respect Rally.
Want to help? Please encourage your child(ren) to Be Responsible, Be Respectful, and Be a Graduate. Use these expectations at home in your daily interactions with them. This will pay dividends in the long run. Together, parents, Capital High School, and the Helena community can help ensure we are preparing our students to be responsible, respectful, lifelong learners.
Quilts for a cause – check out Sue Butler and her students in the latest addition of Class Act on KTVH. Great story!