Monday Tutoring Schedule


3:00-4:00 PM

English- A. Miller- Room 403C

Math- J. Cooper- Room 127




Capital wins with Hail Mary



click on link for Charleston Gazette-Mail article



Key Pad Tutorial




REMIND link for Seniors










Parent Access to Schoology


Attention Parents,
Schoology parent access codes have been given to all students from their respective English teachers. If you still have not received this code or need help with access please contact the school for assistance. Once you receive the code simply go towww.schoology.comand select "sign up". Then you select "parent" and it will prompt you to enter your access code. Once you have entered your access code you will proceed with setting up your account. 
If your access code is not working, you may also use your student's WVEIS number as the username and password to gain access to their student account. You may also see the directions below for assistance.
Thank you for your patience as we learn along with you how to give you the most information regarding your child's academic progress using  Schoology! 
Jaclyn Swayne
Curriculum Assistant Principal
Capital High School

Tailgate Party Friday, Sept 8

Hey, all-
our tailgate has been rescheduled for THIS Friday, Sept. 8.  Student Council will provide free hotdogs, water, and chips to our fans dressed in Blue and Gray beginning at 6:00.    
Come out and support our Cougars!
Garrison, Hoskins, and Conley

THIS FRIDAY April 21st has been designated as the Capital High Day of Silence for 2017.

The Day of Silence is a student-led action where concerned people take some form of a vow of silence to bring attention to the name-calling, bullying and harassment—in effect, the silencing—experienced by people who are bullied.

All teachers, students and clubs are encouraged to participate by wearing black, taking a vow if possible to be silent, be a vocal supporter if possible, talking about anti-bullying in your classrooms on Thursday.  

We have three goals:

Remember to NOT be silent when you see someone being bullied.

Remember those people who feel their voice is silenced due to bullying.

Remember that if bullying is not stopped, someone’s voice could be permanently stopped if they choose to take their own life.

3.2 million, are victims of bullying at school and 90% of LGBT students reported bullying at their school.  Countrywide, this results in about 4,400 deaths per year.

We hope today that you will take the vow and make Capital High School a place that does not tolerate bullying of any kind and End the Silence.

Students should look for information today and tomorrow at a table in the commons for stickers, information and cards about participating this Friday.   

IF you want to register that you are participating, go to  or search for GLSEN Day of Silence


Paula Kerner

GSA sponsor