Capital Academy student participated in an all day field day at Sunshine Park. Students were able to participate in various activities such as volleyball, face painting, student vs. staff basketball games, and kickball games. Visit our website to learn more about Capital Academy
Our High Road Hartford Primary student of the month for May is Ana! Students who win student of the month are nominated by their teachers and are selected through a voting process with the staff at the school. Ana has worked very hard all year to improve and be successful as a student. Staff members have reported that Ana is a very hard worker, who strives to do her best in class. Ana is a very compassionate student who often looks out for the well being of her peers. Staff members have stated that Ana has been a pleasure [...]
Our middle school students had the opportunity to visit Cape May County Park and Zoo. The students observed animal life focusing on the animal habitats that they lived in and what the animals consumed. The students were fascinated to find out that a few of the birds were injured and placed in the zoo to live the remainder of their lives instead of euthanasia. The students were not frightened and had positive responses to being close to the lions and bears at the zoo. A few of the students had been researching endangered species and had the chance to [...]
We wrapped up the end of the school year with a flurry of activities! Our second annual Family BBQ had a great turnout followed by a graduation party for our departing seniors. The students made their own tie-dye shirts for special events at school and put the skills they learned in our new Wellness Program to good use during an obstacle course competition. Field Day was a huge hit (for staff and students alike!), especially the water balloon free-for-all. We hope our students enjoy their break and come back ready to learn during the Extended School Year! If you [...]
This summer High School students in both the Academic Model and BEST Models will be collaborating to care for our school garden. Students participated in planting tomato plants and will continue to water them and help them grow.
Our upper high school class visited the Ashland Nature Center. The class got to learn from an experienced instructor about the different types of reptiles indigene to our area. The students had hands on experiences with different types of turtles, frogs, and snakes. Students also partook in a wooden trail to learn about different leaves and trees. Students then went to a near by stream with nets to try to catch and identify different types of fish, tadpoles, salamanders, and craw fish. Visit our [...]
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May 2019 marks the 70th anniversary of Mental Health Awareness month! Our theme this year was Stomping Out Stigma and Bringing Hope. We were so excited to educate and spread awareness among the students. Some of our graduating seniors became advocates and presented about depression and anxiety. The team of Therapists presented about mental health facts and statistics, stigma, and resources for those in need of support. Students created "mental health memorial bags" to represent themselves and those in their lives that have been affected by mental health concerns, creating a beautiful memorial of hope and support. [...]
Thank you to all the parents and family members who came out for our family day on Friday!
Red Nose Day is a campaign with the mission to end child poverty by funding programs that keep children safe, healthy, and educated. Through the power of entertainment, they bring people together to laugh and have fun, all while raising life-changing cash for the children that need it the most. Since their debut in 2015, they have raised over $150 million and have positively impacted over 16 million children in America, and around the world. High road school is proud to support the efforts of the Red Nose campaign! Visit our website [...]