Night to Shine is a project-based learning experience for Distributive Education Clubs of American (DECA) students from both Capital and Helena High Schools. Students work on public relations, advertising, media and stage as it relates to marketing and producing a community event. Revenue generated through ticket sales goes back to the students to help fund travel costs to compete in state and national competitions. Qualifying DECA students will travel to Atlanta, GA in April 2018.
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Driver’s Education Winter – Spring 2018 Registration will be the week of January 2-11, 2018
Registration deadline is Thursday, January 11, 2018 at 4 p.m. You may hand-deliver or mail the completed registration form with payment to: May Butler Center 55 S. Rodney Helena, MT 59601
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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: