1503 East Capitol Street SE
Nurse’s Office Direct Dial: 202-547-0066
Grades: PreK3-8th Grade
Principal: Ayesha Abdul-Rahim
Assistant Principal: Calvin Johnson
The Capitol Hill Campus meets the needs of every child through individualized intervention programs, personal advising, and behavioral support services.
We personalize every student’s track to unwavering character, academic excellence, and service. Through our approach to morning meetings and weekly scholar celebrations, we equip our lifelong learners with the mindset traits that students need to succeed throughout their academic career: resilience, perseverance, flexibility, optimism, and empathy.
Students are provided with numerous opportunities both during and after school to stay engaged and develop socially, emotionally, and physically. All students receive music and drama instruction during the school day. We also offer STEP, Global Ambassadors Program, Washington Urban Debate League, Living Classrooms Camping Trips, Volleyball, STEM Club, Flag Football, Girls on the Run, and Brikz for Kids.
Capitol Hill partners with families through our home-to-school connection, which begins with home visits and is sustained through ongoing communication, and a robust calendar of events filled with cultural awareness, wellness, and academic achievement initiatives. Students, families, and staff also engage in the community through monthly service-learning projects and fundraisers. Our Student Government Association spearheads many of our community service efforts. All 8th graders must complete 20 hours of service through in-house and community efforts. Our 8th-grade students participate in a monthly service learning activity at a soup kitchen or homeless shelter. This year, our Global Ambassadors will complete a beautification project at a school in Cuba. We encourage students to leave our community with a social justice platform and the spirit to make an impact.
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Grades: PreK3 to 8
Ms. Ayesha Abdul-Rahim transitions into new role as Capitol Hill campus Principal
Ms. Rahim was born and raised in the NE area of Washington DC and began her professional career as a teacher within the DCPS system. With over 20 years of experience as an educator and instructional coach. Ms. Rahim transitioned to leadership 5 years ago as the Assistant Principal at the Trinidad campus before assuming her current role of Principal at Capitol Hill. Ms. Rahim is passionate about providing the most rewarding experiences for students and is an advocate for ensuring that students are exposed to the arts.
Education is the most powerful weapon, which you can use to change the world.
Student Programs and Activities
- Global Ambassadors Program
- Washington Urban Debate League
- Living Classrooms Camping Trips
- National Honor Society
- Flag Football
- City Kids Partnership
- Department of Behavioral Health Partnership