Advocating for Food Justice
Read about the 11th grade Food Justice Youth Summit in The Washington Post.
Washington Wizards at Capital City!
#5 Markieff Morris inspires middle and high school students.
Parent Grads
Ten Capital City parents completed our first adult computer literacy program.
Congrats, Santos!
Senior Santos received the Samuel Halperin Award.
An advocate for change
Capital City parent organized a meetup for families at the recent March for our Lives protest.
Staff Spotlight Honoring Black History Month
Meet two staff members who ensure Black history is celebrated at Capital City.
DC charter leaders stand up for Salvadorans
Capital City joins efforts to urge a reversal on ending TPS for Salvadorans.
When History Inspires Change
Capital City student advocates featured in the Washington Post.
TIER-ific News
Capital City Lower School and High School achieve Tier 1!
Lettuce Celebrate
Capital City wins the EdibleDC Magazine Award for Best School Garden—People’s Choice.
Belonging
11th grader Brenda wins PEN/Faulkner Foundation essay contest.
6th Grader Speaks About Arts Education
American for the Arts featured 6th grader Lucia in #BecauseofArtsEd blog.