Updated SMCPS Grading Policy
Parents/guardians may review the recommended SMCPS Grading Regulations update here.
Yearbook Sales - Price Will Go Up After September 4
FEELING OUT OF THE LOOP?
Chopticon High School is pleased to offer the Remind service for parents and students who want to know about daily events at Chopticon. Remind is used to send text messages with reminders and daily announcements (as needed) to anyone who signs up for the service. For more information, click here. The contact person at Chopticon is Ms. Molen, 301-475-0215 ext. 38103 or email@example.com.
No School - Labor Day - Schools & Offices Closed
Homecoming tickets go on sale
|Sep 21-26||Homecoming Week|
|Sep 22||Two-Hour Early Dismissal|
|Sep 25||No School for Students, Professional Development Day|
|Sep 28||NAOF Community Meet & Greet, 6 p.m. in Library Media Center|
|Oct 2||Interim Distribution|
Phone Extensions (301) 475-0215
To access click here
School Bank Hours
The School Bank is open Monday through Friday, 8:00 a.m. – 3:00 p.m.
with the exception of the following times:
9 – 9:15 a.m., 11:50 – 12:20 p.m., and 1:30 – 2:15 p.m.
Students may go to the bank during the student’s lunch period or after school
A Message From The Principal
As principal of Chopticon High School, I have the honor of working with a dedicated faculty and staff who provide a world class education for the students of St. Mary’s County. With millions of dollars earned in scholarship money each school year, our alumni are attending some of the top colleges and universities in the nation. In fact, three of our graduates are currently attending United States Military Academies. At Chopticon, we believe that academic rigor is the key to success. As a result, twenty-one different Advanced Placement courses are offered to our students. Those students who take five or more AP classes during their high school experience are designated “AP Stars” and receive special recognition upon graduating. Being a Chopticon Brave means setting your goals high and reaching for the stars. Our intention is to make each student’s dream come true. With self-discipline and hard work on the part of the students, the dedication of our faculty and staff, and the support of our parents and community, this can happen.
Mr. Garth E. Bowling, Jr.