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Capital High School

Using 21st century technology and a focus on individualized learning, we offer students the opportunity to become college and career ready, and to earn their state-recognized high school diploma, in non-traditional school environment.

We can be reached by phone Monday through Friday from 8:00 A.M. to 5:00 P.M. at (614) 636-6775.

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Our mission is to provide an alternative graduation path for students who are at risk through dropout intervention services that include a self-paced quality education in a personalized environment with a focus on successful postsecondary transitions.

We serve grades 9-12 and have an approximate capacity of 250 students.

Monica Scott, the Principal / Program Director of Capital High School of Columbus Ohio, can be contacted at (614) 636-6775.

Diploma Types / Graduation Requirements

The Graduation Requirements for a standard diploma in Ohio can be found on the Ohio Department of Education Website.

Student Handbook

Capital High School promotes personal integrity with an emphasis on the lifelong learning process. There are rules and standards required with our Student Handbook.
Capital High School Student / Parent Handbook

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7 months ago

Bridgescape Ohio

Dear Bridgescape Schools Families, Students and Staff,

As news about the Coronavirus Disease (COVID-19) evolves and new cases increase daily across the State of Ohio and the country, we want to let you know that our Governor, Mike DeWine has canceled all classes at all k-12 schools in the state for three weeks. This order begins Monday, March 16 and continues through Friday, April 3. All Ohio Bridgescape Schools will remain open on Friday, March 13.

Beginning Monday, March 16, all classes and school-related activities are canceled for three weeks through April 3. The only exception is the skilled trades program. All students in the skilled trades training program are asked to arrive at the school at 11:00 am where the van will continue to pick you up for training. Please forward any questions or concerns about that to your guidance counselor. The school will be open Monday, March 16, 2020, from 9am – 12 pm for students to come and pick up paperwork for classes that can be completed over the extended break.

Bridgescape administrators will continue to monitor the development of COVID-19 in partnership with local, state and federal health and government officials. We will reach out to all families every Friday from now through April 3 with updates and information via phone and text. Anticipate invitations to the Remind Me app from your advisors as they may also communicate updates with you, as appropriate. Lastly, please regularly check the school’s Facebook and Instagram pages as well as our website: www.capitalhighohio.com for regular updates.

Thank you for your patience and attention to these matters. We will see you Monday, April 6, 2020.

Gamal D. Brown

Superintendent
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Dear Bridgescape Schools Families, Students and Staff,

As news about the Coronavirus Disease (COVID-19) evolves and new cases increase daily across the State of Ohio and the country, we want to let you know that our Governor, Mike DeWine has canceled all classes at all k-12 schools in the state for three weeks. This order begins Monday, March 16 and continues through Friday, April 3.  All Ohio Bridgescape Schools will remain open on Friday, March 13.

Beginning Monday, March 16, all classes and school-related activities are canceled for three weeks through April 3.  The only exception is the skilled trades program.  All students in the skilled trades training program are asked to arrive at the school at 11:00 am where the van will continue to pick you up for training.  Please forward any questions or concerns about that to your guidance counselor. The school will be open Monday, March 16, 2020, from 9am – 12 pm for students to come and pick up paperwork for classes that can be completed over the extended break.

Bridgescape administrators will continue to monitor the development of COVID-19 in partnership with local, state and federal health and government officials. We will reach out to all families every Friday from now through April 3 with updates and information via phone and text.  Anticipate invitations to the Remind Me app from your advisors as they may also communicate updates with you, as appropriate. Lastly, please regularly check the school’s Facebook and Instagram pages as well as our website: www.capitalhighohio.com for regular updates.

Thank you for your patience and attention to these matters.  We will see you Monday, April 6, 2020.

Gamal D. Brown

Superintendent

8 months ago

Bridgescape Ohio

Tomorrow is Leap Day!

What is a Leap Year?

Why do we have Leap Years?

www.timeanddate.com/date/leapyear.html
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Tomorrow is Leap Day!

What is a Leap Year?

Why do we have Leap Years?

https://www.timeanddate.com/date/leapyear.html

8 months ago

Bridgescape Ohio

On this day in 1964, Cassius Clay, who would later become known as Muhammad Ali, became the Heavy Weight Champion of the World. Not only was he one of the greatest athletes of the 20th century, but he was a philanthropist and social activist who was also famously known for his public stance against the Vietnam War.
www.biography.com/athlete/muhammad-ali
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On this day in 1964, Cassius Clay, who would later become known as Muhammad Ali, became the Heavy Weight Champion of the World. Not only was he one of the greatest athletes of the 20th century, but he was a philanthropist and social activist who was also famously known for his public stance against the Vietnam War.
https://www.biography.com/athlete/muhammad-ali

8 months ago

Bridgescape Ohio

Since 1976, every American president has designated February as Black History Month and endorsed a specific theme.



The Black History Month 2020 theme, “African Americans and the Vote,” is in honor of the centennial anniversary of the Nineteenth Amendment (1920) granting women’s suffrage and the sesquicentennial of the Fifteenth Amendment (1870) giving black men the right to vote.



This theme is especially poignant for 2020 since it is a presidential election year. Many states have voter registration deadlines coming up soon!



Got to nationalvoterregistrationday.org/register-to-vote/ to register to vote!

(if you are or will be turning 18 prior to election day)
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Since 1976, every American president has designated February as Black History Month and endorsed a specific theme.

 

The Black History Month 2020 theme, “African Americans and the Vote,” is in honor of the centennial anniversary of the Nineteenth Amendment (1920) granting women’s suffrage and the sesquicentennial of the Fifteenth Amendment (1870) giving black men the right to vote.

 

This theme is especially poignant for 2020 since it is a presidential election year. Many states have voter registration deadlines coming up soon!

 

Got to https://nationalvoterregistrationday.org/register-to-vote/ to register to vote!

(if you are or will be turning 18 prior to election day)