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  16 In-A-Row: CSP Math Team Extends Winning Streak at AACC High School Math Competition  

​Chesapeake Science Point (CSP) Public Charter School's Math Team continued its winning ways, winning todays 3rd competition of the Anne Arundel Community College’s (AACC) High School Math Competition season. This win extended CSP's winning streak to an incredible 16 events in a row, extending over four seasons.

In this competition, students compete in two rounds, an individual round where students have thirty minutes to complete six hard problems, and a team round where a team of five students must work together to complete six more very challenging problems in thirty minutes. A team’s top three scoring individual scores are averaged and added to their top scoring team score to create the schools final score for each meet.

In this competition, only three students out of the 15 public and private schools represented earned a perfect score on the individual round. CSP 10th grader Benjamin Kelm accomplished this feat, earning him an apple from the AACC mathematics professors that organize and sponsor this contests. Along with Benjamin, other high scoring individuals for CSP today included 10th graders Anthony Krieger and Ryan Budahazy and 12th grader Clarissa Sorrels each of whom scored 5 out of 6 correctly. On the team round, CSP's team of Benjamin, Anthony, Ryan, Clarissa were joined by their teammate, CSP 11th grader Roman Onyshkevych, and together they earned a perfect score, correctly solving all six problems. They were one of only two teams at today's event to accomplish this feat.

Chesapeake Science Point was represented at the competition by:

8th grade: John Gallerizzo, Christian Hardy, Mark Kelm, Connor Parker, Cory Powers, Nathan Taylor, Bosith Weerasinghe and Stanley Zhu

9th grade: Glenn Boyette, Eric Chu and Kaitlin White

10th grade: Matthew Boyer, Ryan Budahazy, Benjamin Kelm, Anthony Krieger and David Kravets

11th grade: Chynna Jones, Roman Onyshkevych and Kyle Yamaguchi

12th grade: Clarissa Sorrels

Coaches: Mr. Bernie Kelm and Mrs. Imelda Valencia

AACC High School Math Competition Season Standings After 3 Events:

Season Standing Total Score School
1st 32.33 Chesapeake Science Point
2nd 24.67 South River HS
3rd 24.33 Severn School
4th 23.67 North County HS
5th 21.00 Archbishop Spalding HS
6th 19.67 Severna Park HS
7th 18.00 The Key School
8th 17.00 Arundel HS
9th 14.00 Chesapeake HS
10th 13.67 Southern HS
11th 11.00 Old Mill HS
12th 6.33 Annapolis HS
13th 5.33 Meade HS
14th 2.67 Northeast HS
15th 0.33 Glen Burnie HS

Chesapeake Science Point students earn these outstanding results due to the hard work and dedication of the students, their teachers, coaches and parents. CSP's Math Team practices competitive math every morning, starting an hour and half before school starts every day, with their math team coaches: Teachers Mrs. Lyniper Al-Os , Mr. David Hamrum , Mr. Vincent Njong, Mrs. Diana Stinson , Mrs. Imelda Valencia, Mr. Regie Zamora and Parent Volunteer Mr. Bernie Kelm. This extended team of coaches has a great experience base that enables CSP to provide the math team members with fun ways of learning critical thinking and math techniques that helps them not only excel in competitive math but to learn lessons that extends to all aspects of their studies and life beyond.

Math Team


  3rd Annual Multicultural Night  

​Hello Parents,

Chesapeake Lighthouse Foundation is pleased to announce we will be hosting the 3rd Annual Multi-Cultural Festival. This exciting event will take place at Chesapeake Science Point (7321 Parkway Drive South. Hanover, MD 20176) on Friday, March 13, 2015 at 5:30 p.m.

Please join us as this is an exciting time for all CLF Schools to come together to celebrate and share our diverse cultures. Great fun infused with a cultural extravaganza will be had by all at this event, and everyone is sure to benefit from the multicultural displays, food and performances.

Please contact Mrs. Ingulia via email with any questions.

If you would like to participate by setting up a booth, display, bringing food or performing, please use the links below to sign-up.

To register for a performance:

To register for a Booth/Display/Food:

Doors open at 5:30 for booth, displays and food. The performances will start at 6:30! We look forward to seeing everyone!

Mrs. Ingulia - Social Studies & World Languages Department Chair


  CLF Black History Month Essay Contest  

This month, CLF is hosting a Black History Month Essay Contest. The essay is a requirement for all Chesapeake Science Point students. Language Arts and English teachers will grade the essays and select the 5 best from middle school and the 5 best from high school to go on to the final round at CLF. Our students will be competing against the other 3 CLF schools. I KNOW we have a winner HERE!

Each of the 10 winners from our school will receive a $50 gift card. Additionally, student winners and their families are invited to a reception hosted by CLF on February 28th from 5pm to 7pm. One honorary mention from each school will be asked to read their essay to the audience. Dinner will be served and special guests will be in attendance.

Essay Prompt: Choose an African American who has made a significant contribution in a STEM related field. Explain their contribution and how it affects your life.

The rubric is attached to the handout that each student received last week.

There are also many names attached to the handout from which a student may choose. This is not an extensive list. Students may choose other people who are not on the list but are in the STEM field.

Good Luck everyone. We have some fantastic writers in this school!
Don't forget: This is a requirement for English/Language Arts classes and will be a writing grade for this marking period.

Mrs. McCallister


  CLF Advanced Studies Course Start on February 16, preregistration is still open. Hurry!  

Dear Parents/Guardian,

Chesapeake Lighthouse Foundation will offer a variety of after school courses which help students develop social skills and improve academic performance. Below is a listing of offered courses for the Spring semester,

  • SAT/PSAT Math Prep.
  • SAT/PSAT Reading Prep.
  • Land/Sea/Air Robotics
  • Android App Programming
  • 3D Modeling & Printing
  • Scratch Programming
  • Electronics
  • Archery

These courses are exclusive to CLF school students. Spring semester courses will start on February 16, 2015 and will end on May 16, 2015. All courses will be offered in the CLF Advance Studies building located at 6151 Chevy Chase Dr. Laurel, MD 20707. CLF does not provide any transportation or food. The course fee is $25 per session. Pre-registration is now open! To sign up for a course or for further information please visit 


Cihan Bicer, Project Coordinator

Chesapeake Lighthouse Foundation


  CSP Basketball!  

CSP Boys Basketball will play AWAY on Thursday, 2/5/15 at 4pm vs. Severna Park and HOME Friday, 2/6/15 at 4pm vs. Northeast. The Boys are now 11-1 on the season. Come out and support your team!

CSP Girls Basketball will play home their final two games of the season, Tuesday, 2/10 at 4pm vs. Old Mill and Tuesday, 2/17 at 4pm vs. Severna Park. The Girls have shown steady improvement throughout the course of the season! Come out and support your team!

Coach Johnson


  Saturday School  

Saturday school sign up for February 7, 14, 21, March 7, 14 and 21 is now available in our school website. This is one of CSP's unique programs to help students become successful in their classes and to prepare them for the upcoming PARCC assessment.

Math Department


  Español I  

Students in Middle School are learning and practicing expressions related to clothing. During this unit we review terminology associated with weather and seasons and we also re-visit numerical terminology as we describe the cost for each item.

The next time you happen to be out on a shopping spree you may be pleasantly surprised to discover that your child is able to tell you in Spanish the name of the clothing items you may want to purchase, how much they cost and what season of the year each item would be appropriate for wearing.

Our 8th grade class is learning all about sports and the equipment required to play each sport in Spanish. Did you know that there is plenty of professional baseball being played during the winter months? Your 8th grade student can tell you all about it! How many sports does the expression "football" refer to? Ask your 8th grade Spanish student for the answer.

As always, I am grateful for your continued support of the instruction that takes place in the classroom.

Sr. Mc Donald


  Newseum Fieldtrip  

6th and 7th Grade will be having a field trip on February 18 at Newseum, Washington, DC. Permission letters will be distributed on February 9 and it will be first come first serve basis.

Mrs. Valencia


  9th Grade Field Trip  

9th Graders will be attending the field trip to visit the United States Holocaust Museum on February 9th. Please remember to send your child with $10-$15 for lunch or please pack them a well sealed bag lunch that will not leak.

Mrs. Jensen


  The Winter Semi-Formal  

The winter semi-formal is right around the corner. Students can buy tickets during their lunch periods. Tickets are $5, outside guests are permitted with the appropriate forms, and concessions will be on sale!

Mrs. Jensen


  Wish List  

The art room is looking for magazine donations to be used for a collage project. If you have any National Geographic, Science, or Hobby magazines please send them to room 114.

Thank you!!!


  11th Grade Class Payments  

11th Grade Class Payments were due by February 2nd. Please send in payment of $35.00 if you have not done so already.

Ms. O'Brien


  Student Records  

This is a reminder that requests for student records, transfers, etc. must be emailed directly to me at least a week in advance. A postage paid envelope with the address of the receiving school needs to be provided as well.

June Calvert

Chesapeake Science Point Public Charter School
7321 Parkway Drive South, Hanover, MD 21076 | Phone: 443-757-5277