It took over a year in the making, a brand new school, and an official change in district policy, but the Central School library officially will be named the Jack…
Visit our Activities Page for downloadable versions of Helena High and Capital High sports. As additional activities schedules become available, we will post those as well.
According to Swiss Psychologist, Jean Piaget, “The goal of education is not to increase the amount of knowledge but to create the possibilities for a child to invent and discover.” …
The new school may not yet be open, but almost a dozen Bryant school educators and paraeducators are making library books accessible to their students all summer long. Between the…
In a few short weeks, Capital High will be home to a beautiful custom greenhouse thanks to the collaborative efforts of several teachers and students, a local contractor, and funding…
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This mission will be supported through the wise use of resources to meet students’ needs, regardless of interests and talents. Students, families, educators and the community are committed to sharing the responsibility for creating a student-centered educational community that acknowledges learning as a life-long process.