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Aspire Capitol Heights Academy

Welcome to the Aspire Capitol Heights Academy landing page!

Grades: TK – 8
Sponsoring District: Sacramento
CDS/Charter NumbersCDS: #34-67439-0102343 Charter: #598
Afterschool Program? Y

Enrollment: 169
Hispanic: 24%
African-American: 62%
Caucasian: 1%
Multiracial: 5%
American Indian/Alaska Native: 1%
Not Available: 7%
Free and Reduced Lunch: 90%

Key Dates 2023-2024: 

First Day of School: July 31, 2023
Labor Day: 
September 4, 2023
Fall Break: 
October 2–6, 2023
Staff PD Day (no students): 
October 09, 2023
Veterans Day:
 November 10, 2023
Harvest Break: 
November 20–24, 2023
Winter Break: 
December 18, 2023–January 1, 2024
Staff PD Day (no students): 
January 2, 2024
Martin Luther King, Jr. Day: 
January 15, 2024
Presidents’ Day: 
February 19, 2024
Spring Break: 
March 11–15, 2024
Staff PD Day (no students): 
March 18–19, 2024
Cesar Chavez Day: 
April 1, 2024
Memorial Day: May 27, 2024
Last Day of School: May 31, 2024

For information and resources on bullying and harassment prevention, please contact your school administrator or the Regional Director of Student Services at 209-647-3047 for support.

School Address & Contact Information


7300 Folsom Blvd,
Sacramento, CA 95826

Contact Info



Principal’s Message

Welcome Eagles and Eagle families,

With great joy and gratitude, I would like to welcome you to the 2023-24 school year at Capitol Heights Academy. We are excited to welcome our scholars and families to our brand new state of art campus  at 7300 Folsom Blvd on Monday, July 31st at 8:00 amAt CHA we prioritize academic achievement as we prepare and empower students to build a fulfilling and liberated future for themselves and their communities.  

Empowering Minds. Transforming Futures. 


  • Provide a rigorous, joyful academic experience that cultivates our scholars’ skills, talents and gifts, such that they may pursue & persist in college or any post-secondary pathway that is authentic to their identities;
  • Promote inclusivity and disrupt systems that have historically oppressed marginalized communities, including Black, Latino/a/x, Indigenous, and People of Color; and
  • Nurture our scholars’ pride in their abilities, identities, and communities.

Our primary goals for the upcoming year are to:

  1. Believe: All scholars are meaningfully engaged in rigorous, standards-aligned, culturally responsive academic programming.
  2. Belong: We will cultivate communities that foster inclusive, joyful, and safe learning environments.
  3. Become: All scholars have access to a team of diverse, effective, and thriving professionals who are developed and supported to show up their best and enact culturally responsive and anti-racist practices.

I strongly believe that working together as an effective team and in partnership with our community is essential to our success. For this reason, we enlist your support in ensuring that your child:

  1. Attends school daily and arrives on time, ready for the day’s learning experience
  2. Completes all  assignments given by teachers
  3. Reads daily to develop a love for reading and to improve literacy skills
  4. Provides you will important home/school communications (check backpacks daily and join ParentSquare for the most updated information) 
  5. Informs you if they need additional support in any area or subject
  6. Knows that you expect them to succeed in school and go on to college

Additionally, please consider volunteering at CHA, as our scholars can greatly benefit from your involvement and contributions to the school’s program and its operations. We seek volunteers to help us with the following activities:

  1. Teacher-led instructional support, usually in the classroom
  2. Reading with children
  3. School-wide events
  4. Student recognition events
  5. Outreach and recruitment of parent and community volunteers
  6. Participate in PTA, SSC, school wide committees and monthly family events

There is important information in the handbook. Please take some time to review it.  If you have any questions about it, please feel free to contact me or to discuss them with your scholar’s teacher. It is very important that you and your child are fully informed regarding expectations related to Aspire and to our specific school site for a safe and productive school year. This year we will be starting at 8:00 am and ending at 3:05 pm. Wednesdays will continue to be minimum days with end time at 12:35 pm.  

At CHA, we work very hard to listen deeply to our families to create meaningful partnerships to support your scholar(s)’s success. We urge you to reach out anytime during our school year. Should you have any questions or needs prior to our July 31st start date, please call us at (916) 739-8520.  See you very soon!

In partnership,
Ms. Chohan