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Posted on December 27, 2019

Kindergarten Registration is now open

Calling all future Helena public school students and the class of 2033!  Registration is now open for next year’s Kindergarten class.  You can register your student at your neighborhood elementary school.  To find your school, enter your address HERE.  You’ll also need a little documentation for the process:

  • a certified birth certificate
  • proof of current residence
  • a completed registration form (click HERE to download a copy)
  • current immunization records

If you have questions, please visit our Enrollment and Registration page, or call us at 324-2000.

Posted on December 17, 2019

Capital High BPA records 10 regional first place honors

Nineteen students represented Capital High School at the recent Region IV Business Professionals of America competitions. Students demonstrated their business and technology skills in over 60 competitive events. Capital High School had an impressive showing with many top-place finishers and students qualifying in multiple events!

First place finishers are as follows:

  • Advanced Accounting—Ian Isaacson
  • Banking & Finance—Anthony Latka
  • Business Law & Ethics—Marrin Chapman
  • Fundamental Accounting—Hoang-Anh Nguyen
  • Legal Office Procedures—Jenna Rahn
  • Medical Office Procedures—Lilian Keeton
  • Payroll Accounting—Kevin Northey
  • Personal Financial Management—Kevin Northey
  • Prepared Speech—Marrin Chapman
  • Small Business Management Team—Marrin Chapman, Jillian Kaufman, Jenna Rahn, Jaida Salois

Including the individuals listed above, other qualifiers moving on to the state competition in March include Brevin Curtin, Maija Geier, Amanda Haab, Nikki MacMillan, Ally McMillan, America Ruggles, Derek Strobel, Kamdyn Wade, Jacob Yaeger

Congratulations CHS Business Professionals of America and good luck at state!

Posted on December 16, 2019

HHS Educator, Buffy Smith, receives Spirit of Montana Commendation

The latest in a long line of achievements, Helena High Computer Science Educator, Buffy Smith, recently received Congressman Greg Gianforte’s Spirit of Montana award during Computer Science Education Week.

According to a media release from Congressman Gianforte’s office,
An educator for 27 years, Buffy is breaking down barriers, paving the way for female and minority students to find their way into computer science. With her commitment to her students and her knowledge of computer science, Buffy has created an all-inclusive approach to the subject. She prioritizes encouraging students to work with others who have different views and thus enhance the outcome of a project.

Read the full release by clicking HERE.

Thank you, Ms. Smith, and congratulations on this well-deserved honor!

Posted on December 13, 2019

Watch your favorite sports remotely!

It’s winter sports season!  It’s also one of the busiest times of the year, so if you’re not able to attend every basketball game or wrestling match, we have you covered. (Swimming is not available.)

Click a link below to access the NFHS network: establish an account and immediately have access to watch LIVE events. A portion of the subscription fee is returned to the schools.

Posted on December 12, 2019

Have a Future Chef in your family?

Entry forms for the 10th anniversary of Sodexo’s Future Chefs program are now available!  This year’s theme is “Reimagine your Favorite School Lunch.”  For more details and to download an entry form, please click HERE.