Patrick Bryan, Principal
560 Concordia Ave., St Paul, MN 55103
(651) 325-2500 | Get Directions
Our school is the district magnet for gifted and talented students. Learners here experience an academic program that challenges and builds on student strengths, passions and interests in core subjects as well as science and the arts.
There are many opportunities for enrichment at Capitol Hill during the day and after school. Clubs, Community Education, Extended Day Learning, school trips and the library are just some of the offerings you will find here.
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The Capitol Hill community wishes to thank the Minnesota Dairy Council and the Minnesota Vikings for the generous $10,000 grant awarded to the school on October 28th. At the request of the Vikings, a middle school assembly was held where students got to hear about the Fuel Up to Play 60 program, ask the players about exercise and nutrition and celebrate. Watch the headliner for more information about how this award will be used to promote wellness at our school.
The Capitol Hill PTO is a joint effort by the parents, faculty, and staff at Capitol Hill to work together to improve the school.
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Patrick Bryan is the principal at Capitol Hill.
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Capitol Hill Gifted and Talented Magnet
560 Concordia Ave
Saint Paul, MN 55103
Hours: 8:30 a.m. - 3 p.m.
Conferences will be Thursday, November 13th and 20th from 4-8pm for middle school families. There will be no conferences for middle school families on November 21st, as the teachers will be required to attend district training sessions. Elementary conferences will be held on November 13th and 20th from 4-8, and November 21 from 8:30-12:00.
Thursday is the last day for the Capitol Hilll We Act group's "We Scare Hunger" food drive.
With the recent concerns about the Ebola virus, the Saint Paul Public School District is following the guidance of the experts at the Minnesota Department of Health.
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SPPS is engaging stakeholders—teachers, students, principals, community programs and more—in order to determine whether the district should change start times for primary and secondary schools.
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Patrick Bryan, Principal | 560 Concordia Ave., St Paul, MN 55103 | (651) 325-2500 | Get Directions