The Capital School District is located in the city of Dover, the capital of Delaware. The district serves the needs of students residing in Dover and the surrounding rural communities in Central Kent County. The Capital School District consists of seven elementary schools (grades K-4); two middle schools (grades 5-6; 7-8) and one senior high school (grades 9-12). Capital School District operates the Kent County Community School (KCCS) which serves approximately 131 students that range in age from three to twenty-one who exhibit a variety of disabilities that include physical, sensory, cognitive, communication, and those that are medically fragile. We also provide support to the district’s Autism program. In addition, the Kent County Secondary Intensive Learning Center, currently housed in the Capital School District, includes middle and secondary alternative program that provide services for public school districts in Kent County, Delaware.