Academics at Capital Prep
Our curriculum and content instruction were created to be relevant to the real world and reflect the knowledge and skills that our children need for success in college and careers. The academic standards are rooted in the Common Core State Standards and the Next Generation Science Standards. We have adopted a strict philosophy for efficient teaching which involves providing students multiple opportunities to gain understanding of English language arts, mathematics, science, and social studies.
As a lower school member at Capital Prep there are many new and exciting things a student will learn about including: English language arts, math, science, and social studies! As students move through the grades they will begin preparing for a strong transition to middle school while still showing leadership in the lower school program.
As a middle school member at Capital Prep we will begin to introduce students to a variety of higher level skills. Students will acquire the knowledge needed to make sense of the problems in the world around them. As well as choosing the appropriate tools in order to construct appropriate arguments to persevere in solving these problems.
- Sixth Grade
- Seventh Grade
- Eighth Grade
As high school members at Capital Prep students are prepared with all the tools necessary for success in college and career. Every day, students tackle complex mathematical, scientific, technological, and real world problems that prepare them to be competitive for the SAT, college-level STEM courses, and workplace problem-solving. Our goal is that of equity – and the belief that through mastery of national standards, Capital Prep students will be able to challenge and rise above any form of social oppression they may encounter.
The Social Justice Project (SJP) is a performance based task where students will demonstrate their ability to question, research, lead, act, present, and reflect in order to confront social injustice in their community. The Social Justice Project will be evidence of the students ability to fulfill the mission of Capital Preparatory Magnet School and is a graduation requirement for high school seniors.