Recycle Rally Has Ended
Recycle Rally has ended for the 2019-2020 School Year. Please do not bring any more recyclables to CPCS, Thank you!
Welcome to CPCS
The mission of Chesapeake Public Charter School is to offer each student a unique educational experience within a reflective learning community. Through a modified school calendar, multi-age students in small class settings will engage in a curriculum of meaningful connections and diverse perspectives. This engagement will be achieved using technology, the environment, the arts and community resources. This school will provide a safe, orderly, caring and joyful reflective atmosphere in which respect for all is evident and the outcome of empowered, self-directed learners is expected. Our goal is to build a solid foundation for higher education and the desire to continue learning, growing, sharing, and contributing in multiple capacities throughout each person’s life.
Monetary donations are always welcome. Make an online payment using this PayPal link. You can choose whether you would like to make a one-time donation, or whether you would prefer to make a recurring, monthly donation of a smaller amount. The Chesapeake Charter School Alliance is a non-profit with 501(c)(3) status with the IRS; all donations made to us are tax-deductible to you.
Thank you for all you do for CPCS. I look forward to seeing many of you at a fundraising event in the New Year! Shannon Norris.
Recreation & Parks School Age Care Program
Registration for St. Mary’s County Recreation and Parks programs for next school year 2020-2021 opens on March 1st. Families can register online at this time or beginning March 2nd register in person at the main office located in Leonardtown. *Current families do need to register for next year.
For more information, please visit our website School Age Care or call 301-475-4200 x71800.
We look forward to caring for your children.
Youth & Camp Programs Coordinator
New to CPCS?
Find out more! Who we are, our mission and vision of the Chesapeake Public Charter School, what makes CPCS different, and parental involvement.