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Our Lady Of The Chesapeake Youth Visit West Virginia

Approximately 60 high school and college students joined 30 adults in West Virginia from June 23-June 29 for an Appalachia West Virginia mission trip. Among them were six students and four adults from Our Lady of the Chesapeake in Pasadena. more

Chesapeake High Senior Travels To Indianapolis For National Leadership Summit

On July 22, high school seniors Abby Mollick of Chesapeake and Jake Marcus of Old Mill joined fellow seniors from across the country at the 2019 National Student Leadership Summit in Indianapolis. more

Bodkin Environmental Fair Educates And Entertains Attendees

Photos by Stephanie Mennell Photography When kids and adults joined Bodkin Elementary School during the annual Environmental & Local Culture Fair on May 4, they learned about avoiding … more

Family Honors CHS Alumna Through Annual Scholarship

The Sarah G M Pyles Foundation was created to award the Aspire to Change the World - Sarah's Scholarship. “The best way to honor her would be help students at Chesapeake,” shared Susan Swanger, Pyles' mother. more

Students Brave The Chilly Bay For Special Olympics

This January, Anne Arundel County students will join an estimated 4,500 of their peers from across the state to take a plunge into the chilly Chesapeake Bay. more

Distinguished Women Honorees Inspire Girl Scout Mentees’ Path To Leadership

A Pasadena teen recently observed women’s leadership up close as mentees to the Girl Scouts of Central Maryland 2019 Distinguished Women Honorees. more

Pasadena Youths Lend A Hand To Charleston Residents On Church Mission Trip

The St. Jane Frances Church does mission trips every year to places across the East Coast with high school students. Along with trips to South Carolina, the church has also organized trips to parts of Rhode Island and Virginia. more

A Mother’s Diagnosis Inspires Pasadena Girl To Tap Cancer Out

Gemma Fiorenza is training for a jiujitsu fundraiser that fights cancer. more

PHOTO GALLERY: CHS Students Use Hancock's As Educational Resource

Today, Chesapeake High School students visited Historic Hancock's Resolution to utilize the farm as a variety of educational resources. Environmental science students learned about invasive … more

What A Accomplishment: Fifth-Graders Recognized For Good Grades

This year, 52 fifth-graders were honored by the Pasadena Business Association for earning straight A’s during the first three marking periods during the 2018–2019 school year. more

Mother-Daughter Duo Enjoys Teaching Together At Riviera Beach Elementary

When Courtney Flohr Zeleny began teaching at Riviera Beach Elementary School four years ago, she became part of a family legacy started by her mother, Peggy Flohr, who is beginning her 28th year at the school. more

Chesapeake High School Students Complete Science Fair Projects

More than 100 projects were submitted to Chesapeake High School's science fair in December. more

NHS Seniors Receive $40,000 Each For “Living The Example”

Jeremy Dawidowicz, Joshua Dawidowicz, Sydney Makarovich and Delaney Hatfield each received SFIG Foundation Scholarships on May 3 to recognize their work educating peers about drug misuse. more

Squeeze & Squish: Selling Lemonade For Charity

In Pasadena, one 5-year-old boy named Mark Wedemeyer has found his own way to earn money over the summer. However, instead of keeping his earnings, he is using that money to help children in local hospitals. more

Question Of The Month: Sunset Elementary School

What’s one thing you can’t wait to do when you get older? more

Evolve Earns Fourth Place, Best Choreography At ICHSA

“Everyone, the day of, was wanting to do their best, but it definitely wasn’t, ‘I’m so anxious, I’m so terrified. Everyone was so kind. It was like, ‘We’re all here to do our best, so let’s just do it.’” more

Superintendent George Arlotto Recommends $1.26 Billion Operating Budget

Superintendent Dr. George Arlotto of Anne Arundel County Public Schools recommended to the Board of Education a $1.26 billion operating budget for Fiscal Year 2020. more

Question Of The Month: High Point Elementary School

This month, students from Ms. Ferrell’s class at High Point Elementary answered the question: If you could be one character from a movie, which would you choose? more

Frozen Foxes To Plunge Again

George Fox Middle School is gearing up for this year’s Cool Schools Plunge. more

Lake Shore Students To Participate In Tri-State Concert

This is Lake Shore’s first time participating in the concert, and it is the only school in the Anne Arundel County Public Schools system participating. more
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