Student Parking Registration 2017-2018

Student Parking Registration 2017-2018

Student parking registration will take place starting Wednesday July 26, 2017 with the 12th grade.  The fee is $30, cash only, and $25 if a student maintained a 3.0 GPA from last year.  Students must show their report card in order to receive the discount.  Below is a schedule of when registration will take place.  Each student will be assigned a specific parking space and must have the following items:  1) Complete online Vehicle Registration Form, 2) Driver’s License, and 3) Grade Sheet.  Please stop by the office to scan the QR Code which links to the online Vehicle Registration Form.

 

12th Grade – July 26th (9:00am – 11:00am)

11th Grade – July 27th (9:00am - 11:00am)

10th Grade – July 28st (9:00am - 11:00am)

Any 10th, 11th, or 12th grader can come in after these dates between 9am-11am.

 

 

9th Grade Orientation Friday, August 11, 2017

9th Grade Orientation

Friday, August 11, 2017

Dear Freshman Parent,

The administration, faculty, and staff of Capital High School are excited about the new school year and are announcing the date for Freshmen (Ninth Grade) and any other students new to Capital High School Orientation.  We have many new plans and ideas to make the school year exciting and successful.

The orientation for freshman (ninth graders) will be held on Friday, August 11, 2017 from 9:30 a.m. until 12:00 p.m.

During the orientation we provide student schedules, give an overview of the upcoming school year, and provide an opportunity for students to meet their teachers for the 2017 – 2018 school year.  Maps of the building will be provided and students will be shown the locations of their various classrooms also.

On August 11th, busses will run to provide transportation for all students wishing to attend the orientation.  The bus schedule is provided below.  Please be at the designated stop at the appropriate time.  Students will be returned to their designated stop after completion of the orientation program.

Bus One Bus Two
8:54 a.m. Shoals Elementary 8:51 a.m. Milliken (588 Slacks Tri) & State Highway 114
8:57 a.m. Go Mart & Bigley Avenue 9:07 a.m. Kanawha Mall & MacCorkle Ave. S.E.
9:07 a.m. Huskies Dairy Bar at 7th Avenue 9:10 a.m. Horace Mann Middle School 43rd & MacCorkle Ave.
9:11 a.m. Charleston Department Store – Washington St. W. 9:14 a.m. T&J Mart – East Avenue & Washington St. E.
9:13 a.m. Stonewall Middle – Park Ave/Washington St. West 9:17 a.m. Washington Street East & Elizabeth Street
9:15 a.m. Kroger – Lee Street West 9:18 a.m. Washington St. E. & Ruffner Ave.
9:18 a.m. Clark & Clendenin Streets Washington Manor 9:19 a.m. Washington St. E & Beauregard Street
9:19 a.m. King Center – Washington Manor 9:20 a.m. Washington St. East & Bradford St.
9:20 a.m. Coonskin – Go Mart




The administration, faculty, and staff are hopeful that you will participate in this orientation program.  We are looking forward to your attendance.  If you have any questions please feel free to contact the school at (304) 348-6500.

We are looking forward to seeing you!

2017-18 Capital High School Bell Schedule

2017-18 Capital High School Bell Schedule

CHS Daily Bell Schedule

2017-18

7:25-8:15

First Period

50 Min

8:20-9:10

Second Period

50 Min

9:10-9:20

Breakfast on the Break

10 Min

9:20-9:50

CFC/AI/Clubs

30 Min

9:55-10:45

Third Period

50 Min

10:50-11:40

Fourth

50 Min

11:40-12:15

12:20-1:10

Blue Lunch

Fifth Period-Gray

50 Min

35 Min

11:45-12:35

12:35-1:10

Fifth Period-Blue

Gray Lunch

50 Min

35 Min

1:15-2:05

Sixth Period

50 Min

2:10-3:00

Seventh Period

50 Min

*Student lunch periods are assigned based off of the location of their fifth period class.

 

Important Message about AP Classes for next year

 

This is a reminder to parents and students who are participating in Advance Placement classes in the 23017-18 school year. 

Many of these courses have summer assignments designed to get students ready to start the school year ready to be successful in the course. 

Please be reminded to obtain those items before leaving for summer break.  See the teacher responsible for the courses you have registered for.  If you are unsure who the instructor is, stop by your counselor's office. 

 

 

Governors Workforce Credentials Awards Ceremony at the Capital

 

Congratulations to Brandon Lawrence with JROTC and Andrew Uy with the Business Department for receiving this prestigious award from the Governor.   They are pictured here with their teachers: 1st SGT Robert Riley and Ms. Denise Brindley, Curriculum Chair of the Business Department.

COUGAR PROUD!

GovernorsWorkforceCredentialsAwards

 

 

Important Message for Ms. Garrison's AP English Language and Composition Classes

 

Summer work packets for Ms. Garrison's AP English Language and Composition class will be available beginning Thursday, May 18 in her room during the first half of Cougar Hour.

Please ensure you pick up a packet before you leave for summer break!

 

 

 

The 2017 state track meets Qualifier-May, 19-20

*notes Regional Champion

COUGAR PROUD!

100 Meter Dash

Girls- Curtava Ruffin

Boys- Malcolm Fletcher*, Breece Hoff

200 Meter Dash

Boys- Malcolm Fletcher*, Breece Hoff     

800 Meter Run

Girls-Claire Bailey

   

4x100 Meter Relay

Girls

1)  Curtava Ruffin, 2)Alex Gray, 3)Priscilla Richmond, 4)Haley Snodgrass

Boys *

1)  Malcolm Fletcher, 2)Perry Davis, 3)Jabron Stokes, 4)Breece Hoff

4x200 Meter Relay

Boys *

1)  Malcolm Fletcher, 2)Perry Davis, 3)Jabron Stokes, 4)Breece Hoff

High Jump

Girls- Priscilla Richmond

Boys- Kalin Stanley

Long Jump

Boys- Jabron Stokes

Pole Vault

Girls- Haley Snodgrass*, Megan Bailey,

Shot Put

Girls-Kiauna Facemyer*

Discus Throw

Girls- Ellen” Molley” Short *

Girls Place Fourth in Regional III

Boys Place Third in Regional III