Congratulations Elishua, Jasper, & Riley

This is on the County Clerks Facebook page.







CTV - Ocean Pollution by Genisis Lander




CTV - Senior Walk 2019




CTV - Prom 2019 by Brooke Withrow








Mr. William Dorsey named “Kanawha County Schools Teacher of the Year"




“Mr. Dorsey, a Capital HS alumni himself, is an exemplary teacher, leading students of all levels and abilities to meet his high expectations. He teaches biology, advanced biology, AP biology, and the advanced career course Energy and Power.” said by Dr. Jaclyn Swayne.






On Friday, May 4, Appalachian Power had the opportunity to host Capital High students at our John Amos Power Plant.  The students were eager to get the tour underway.  During the 2017-2018 school year the Energy and Power course students have built projects such as: Heat Exchangers, Standard Motors, and Hydraulics.  The students were able to see on a larger scale of how their class projects correlate to actual real world applications. 

I would like to thank Jon Webster, Robert Kinder who conducted the presentation and tour of the plant.  Also, special thanks to Cassandra Haynes coordinating and scheduling the event.  I’ve included a few photos for your viewing; conference room, plant grounds, and control room.

The students upcoming project will focus on transformers and electric transmission systems on May 16, 2018 at 9:00a.m. at Capital High School.

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