Olympia High School - Real Estate Listing


Capital High School is a grade 9-12 AAA National Blue Ribbon award winner. The school year is divided into two 90 day semesters. Approximately 79% of the graduates enter programs for further study or training. Capital offers a comprehensive curriculum with advanced course work available in every curriculum area.

Additional academic programs include opportunities at New Market Vocational Skill Center, Running Start, School to Work, and the International Baccalaureate Program, which is a rigorous pre-university course of study. Three quarters of Capital's students participate in athletics and activities.

Parent and community involvement include the following organizations: Site Advisory Council, Foundation, Booster Club, and Parent Organization.

In 2006, Capital completed a $10.5 million dollar remodel project, which includes a new student commons, a 400 seat auditorium, an auxiliary gymnasium, fitness room, modernization of the library, alternative education, administrative offices, and four pod areas. McGranahan Partnership of Tacoma designed the project.

Review

"Well, as a parent of 3 students going through CHS I disagree with the most current parent comment. In the past, yes CHS has had a better reputation but now we have a new principal and things are definately looking up. Staff is more encouraged and students are happier. I believe if your student has a bad experience maybe it is the student not cooperating as well. You can never take the opinion of just your student. I have along history with this school and it is definately on its way back up to being 'the' school to attend"
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