We are a data-driven school, which means that teachers use information about student performance to improve their instruction and to meet the needs of every child.

 

Janine Gomez
Former Lower School Principal

Results

2013 Capital City Gains on DC-CAS

DC Charter-Tier1-2013smallBased on student progress and performance on the DC-CAS, the High School was named a Tier 1 School by the District of Columbia Public Charter School Board (PCSB). The Lower and Middle schools were not tiered in 2013 because PCSB considered them new campuses due to our significant expansion and reorganization in 2012.

 

At the High School, 72% of students were proficient in reading and 62% in math.

At the Middle School, 62% of students were proficient in reading and 51% in math.

At the Lower School, 48% of students were proficient in reading and 44% in math.


The District of Columbia Comprehensive Assessment System (DC-CAS) is the testing standard for all Washington D.C. students. 

Capital City’s PCSB School Performance Reports for 2013 are available to download here:

 

To view our complete DC-CAS report cards from 2003-2011 from the Office of the State Superintendent of Education (OSSE), along with the report cards of other schools in D.C., click here.

 

Healthy School Act

Learn more about the Healthy School Act here.

Capital City PCS Health Profiles 2013-2014

Lower School
Middle School
High School

 

Other Measures of Success

  • 96% of parents attended a parent conference during the 2011 – 2012 school year
  • Average daily attendance of students exceeded 95% during 2011 – 2012 school year
  • 84% of students re-enrolled for the 2011 school year despite changing our school location from Columbia Heights to the newly renovated Rabuat building in Ward 4