February 16th, 2013 - Chesapeake Science Point's Middle School Science Olympiad Team earned First Place in the Central Maryland Statewide Science Olympiad Contest in the Small School Division. The Central Maryland Regional tournament had 28 of the very best public, private and home schools competing from Anne Arundel, Baltimore, Frederick, Harford, Howard, Montgomery, and Prince Georges Counties, as well as the District of Columbia. By winning the Small Schools Division Chesapeake Science Point advances to the statewide tournament to be held at Johns Hopkins University on April 20th, 2013, where the top teams from central Maryland will compete against the best teams from the Baltimore City regional tournament and Eastern Shore regional tournament.
Chesapeake Science Point (CSP) Public Charter School’s 8th annual Science Fair celebrates young scientists showing off their best work. CSP's 2012-2013 Science Fair was held Saturday January 5th, 2013 at the Anne Arundel County Community College. CSP students from 6th grade through 11th grade presented their research and were judged by a volunteer corp of professional scientists, doctors, engineers, mathematicians and more. Along with the judges there was a huge outpouring of support from CSP parents, teachers and community members, helping to facilitate CSP holding both it's middle school and science school science fair at the same time.
February 5th, 2013. Chesapeake Science Point Public Charter School's Math Team - Team Infinity has just completed a great streak of outstanding results at four different math contests in eight days, including winning two math competitions simultaneously. CSP's middle school math team competed in three of these contests, the Naval Surface Warfare Center, Carderock Division's Invitational Math Contest, held January 25th in West Bethesda, MD, the Exeter Math Club Competition, held January 26th at the Phillips Exeter Academy in Exeter NH and the 2013 Annapolis Chapter MathCounts Regional Competition held February 2nd at the Anne Arundel Community College in Arnold, MD. On February 2nd, at the same time as the MathCounts Regional Competition, the CSP high school math team competed at the 4th round in the Anne Arundel Community College High School Math Competition season.
Dear CSP Parents,
I am very excited to officially introduce the new athletic program at Chesapeake Science Point Charter School (CSP); 2013 will be a groundbreaking year for CSP Athletics. We have been accepted as a member of the Maryland Public Secondary School Athletic Association (MPSSAA) and classified as a 1A school. This year will set the foundation for our athletic program and its future. As we move forward, there is much work to be done.
CSP students participated at FCPS Invitational Science Olympiad at Crescent Middle School, Frederick, on Saturday, January 28, 2012. 8 student team members joined the competition at this time along with Mrs. Karaduman and two CSP parents. CSP students were able to compete in 50% percent (10 out of 20) of the events and here is the success on their very first Science Olympiad experience:
CSP Art Club students hosted their third annual Art Show on Friday, March 9 2012. Over 400 artworks of 200 young artists are displayed at CSP cafeteria that was turned int a small art gallery. During the event the visitors had the opportunity to buy some of the artworks. All the money raised from the art and bake sale was donated to the CSP's GYM.
March 31st, 2012 - Chesapeake Science Point's Middle School Science Olympiad Team won the Maryland Statewide Science Olympiad Contest in the Small School Division. This is a truly outstanding result, with CSP winning the statewide tournament in their very first year of entering the competition.
Catherine Ault, Kristofer Burkowski and Mr. Avsar were invited to attend a reception hosted by the Ambassador of Japan and Mrs. Ichiro Fujisaki in commemoration of the one-year anniversary of the Great East Japan Earthquake, at Ambassador’s residence in Washington, DC on Monday the fifth of March.
Last year CSP students made 1,000 origami cranes and handed themto the embassy of Japan to be delivered overseas to support earthquake and tsunami victims.
On January 11th, fourteen CSP students competed in the school-level round of National Geographic's 24th annual National Geographic Bee. Students were quizzed on their knowledge of world and US geography. After seven rounds of stiff preliminary competition and multiple finals rounds, 6th grader, Logan Anderson, emerged as the school champion.