About Our School

Mission Statement


Mission Statement

The mission of Capitol Heights Middle School
is to provide students with quality educational experiences
 in a safe and nurturing environment,
 so that they meet their highest level of academic potential,
 and become responsible, respectful, and resourceful citizens.


Vision Statement

Capitol Height Middle School  is a place where every student develops a love of learning, cultivates intellectual curiosity, and dreams of future full of amazing possibilities.


Capitol Heights Creed

Capitol Heights Middle School (originally Capitol Heights Junior High School)
 was founded in 1929 with the objective to educate the children within the community of Montgomery. Currently, we serve 655 students on 116 Federal Drive.
 Due to changes implemented by the Montgomery Public School Systems,
 including rezoning and school closings, demographic changes have also
 been introduced to Capitol Heights Middle School and its community.
 At the conclusion of the 2009-2010 school term, the 9th grade was rezoned
to the high schools. At the beginning of the 2011-2012 school year,
the 6th grade was rezoned to Capitol Heights Middle School;
hence, making the official switch from Junior High School to Middle School.

Capitol Heights Motto

      "Together We Build"

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