Chesapeake Science Point Charter School (CSP)

Chesapeake Science Point Charter School

Chesapeake Science Point Students Planning Their Futures Now

From working to protect the country with the Department of Homeland Security, to learning how to program missiles, to being on the forefront of research to regenerate human tissue and cure cancer, students from Chesapeake Science Point Charter School are out in the community learning about their future careers. “Because of the high level of rigor in our classes, our students are highly sought after when companies are looking for high school interns,” said Director of College Counseling Darryl Gonzalez. Principal Mehmet Gurbuz added, “We emphasize math, science, and technology, and with many companies in our area specializing in those fields, we encourage students to seek out opportunities to make their education more real-world, more relevant, and meaningful, and give them an edge on applying to college.” With the school’s first seniors graduating last year, Chesapeake Science Point is looking forward to having even more seniors serve in internships in the future.


Pictured left to right: interning at Johns Hopkins University’s Applied Physics Lab, Adeniyi Adeleye (Air and Missile Defense), Ahtesham Chaudry (National Security Analysis), Clarissa Sorrells (Precision Strike and Force Projection Department) and Christian Oquendo (Medical Systems Engineering and National Security Analysis); Taylor Schwartz (ACell Regenerative Medicine), Naudia Porter (University of Maryland’s Marlene and Stewart Greenbaum Cancer Center).



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