The period to complete the enrollment process for new and returning students for the 2019-2020 school year is
Tuesday, April 2 - Wednesday, May 1, 2019.
All families must submit proof of DC residency and other required documents in person to the school.
NEW this school year! All families will turn in paperwork (with support available for families who need help submitting the online re-enrollment form) in Conference Room 134 during regular school days Monday-Friday between 8am-12pm and 1pm-4pm or extended office hours.
- New families are required to schedule an appointment with Nataly Stamy (202-808-9712, nstamy@ccpcs.
org) to complete the enrollment process.
- Returning families may complete and/or submit their paperwork without an appointment.
Extended office hours will be on:
- Monday, April 8 from 4-6:30pm
- Wednesday, April 10 from 4-6:30pm
- Tuesday, April 23 from 4-6:30pm
- Wednesday, April 24 from 4-6:30pm
- Thursday, April 25 from 4-6:30pm
- Saturday, April 27 from 9am-12pm
Note: Capital City will be closed on Tuesday, April 16 in observance of Emancipation Day and on Friday, April 19 in observance of Good Friday.
Questions? Call 202-808-9800 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
All students (NEW and RETURNING) must provide/complete the following documents in order to complete the enrollment process by the deadline given in your offer letter/email/phone call:
- Capital City Online Enrollment Form (instructions will be sent via email to families on April 2, 2019)
- Proof of DC Residency. Proof of residency must be turned in, in person at the school. Click here to view the Residency Verification Guidelines.
- DC Universal Health Certificate and Oral Health Assessment
- Free/Reduced Lunch Application (Available July 1)
In addition to the above documents, NEW students must provide/complete the following documents to complete the enrollment process:
- My School DC Seat Acceptance Form
- Student's Original Birth Certificate (half- or full-page only). A wallet-sized document, for example, will not be accepted.
- Home Language survey
- Proof of legal guardianship (if applicable)
- Copy of Individualized Education Plan (IEP)/504 plan (if applicable)
- Copy of the following student records from prior school:
- 2017-2018 Final Report Card
- 2018-2019 First Semester Report Card
- 2018-2019 Final Report Card (Due June 28)
- 2018-2019 Official School Transcript- For students entering 10th-12th grade (Due June 28)
- Students are required to provide copies of report cards for the current and past school year. A student’s final acceptance into Capital City High School is contingent upon a favorable review of their final transcript by our School Registrar. The transcript review will determine the appropriate grade level and course placement. If a student does not meet the requirements for the grade level that they were accepted for, they may be placed back on our waiting list for the appropriate grade level. Capital City does not accept “D’s” as a passing grade. The final progress report for the school year must show completion of the previous grade or be accompanied with a letter from the school stating your child successfully completed the grade. Your child’s grade level placement at Capital City is not guaranteed until this documentation is received.
Additional Enrollment Requirements for Middle School and High School Students
- Eagle Camp for Middle School Students: All incoming Middle School students (including rising 5th graders from our Lower School) are required to attend Eagle Camp July 22 - July 24.
- New Student Orientation(NSO) for High School Students: It is mandatory for all incoming High School students (including rising 9th graders from our Middle School) to successfully complete Capital City 101, a summer seminar for new Capital City High School students July 1 - July 26 from 9am - noon. (Students who sign up for SYEP should choose Capital City as their employer.)
- Conference with Student’s Advisor/Teacher: You will be contacted to schedule a time to meet with your student’s advisor/teacher. This meeting is mandatory for both the student and the parent/guardian.
Please review the following documents:
Top photo of Capital City students courtesy of Allison Shelley/The Verbatim Agency for American Education: Images of Teachers and Students in Action