At Capitol Hill we are passionate about educating gifted children. We realize the unique needs of gifted students and work to provide appropriate levels of instruction in order to maximize the potential of every child. Contrary to the myth, gifted children will not "make it on their own". Learn more about Capitol Hill!
COVID-19 Student and Family Guidelines
SPPS will require masks for all people in a school setting (ages 2+), including all teachers, staff, students and visitors, regardless of vaccination status. Families should familiarize themselves with the SPPS COVID-19 Student and Family Guidelines, which are updated regularly and cover prevention strategies, health screening and monitoring, and the SPPS COVID-19 Reporting System.
Grade 1-4 Counselor:
Mr. Nauschutz, 651-744-4183
Ms. Hanson 651-888-7609
Bus Stop Information:
Ms. Thao, 651-325-2500
Bus Behavior Questions:
Ms. Larson, 651-325-2508
Middle School Athletics:
Mr. Wakefield-Dagen 651-744-2845
Marcus Freeman brings a wealth of experience in helping all students feel represented and accepted for who they are. He has served students in Saint Paul, in both the private and public sectors, for 13 years as an educational assistant, long-term substitute teacher, dean of students and activities director at Cretin-Derham Hall, an assistant principal for Ramsey Middle School, and most recently as principal for Galtier Community School.