We are grateful to the many organizations that support Capital City. Our students have gained so much from the experiences and opportunities our partnerships provide.
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Capital City partners with educational organizations that provide resources and expertise in support of our program and our students.
Capital City has partnered with The Achievement Network (ANet) since 2010. ANet is an education nonprofit founded in 2005 to provide schools that serve high-need students with effective data-driven strategies to identify and close gaps in student learning and embed these strategies into schools’ everyday routines.
Capital City has partnered with the Center for Inspired Teaching (CIT) since 2009. CIT exists to ensure that schools make the most of children’s innate desire to learn by investing in teachers. Capital City teaching fellows participate in CIT’s certification program while in residency with an experienced Capital City teacher. Capital City also serves as a summer training site for Inspired Fellows.
Interested in becoming an Inspired Fellow at Capital City? Learn more.
The Coalition of Essential Schools (CES) Network includes hundreds of schools and more than two dozen Affiliate Centers. Capital City has been a CES affiliate school since 2004. CES practice is exemplified by small, personalized learning communities in which teachers and students get to know each other well in a climate of trust, decency and high expectations. Capital City is also a member of the CES Small Schools Network. The partnership with CES was instrumental to planning and forming of Capital City’s high school program, which opened in 2008.
Capital City was founded as an Expeditionary Learning (EL) school in 2000 and has had a strong partnership with EL ever since. EL schools emphasize project-based instruction to help students meet rigorous academic and character standards. Both campuses implement this model. Capital City has been recognized as a demonstration site for Expeditionary Learning and hosts many visitors throughout the year. Learn more about Expeditionary Learning at Capital City here.
Capital City also has thriving partnerships with a variety of organizations that support expeditions by hosting students on fieldwork and providing experts who visit the school. Many partnerships also support our thriving arts and fitness programs. These partnerships include: