Charles County Public Schools

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The Charles County school system (CCPS) is a public school system run by the Charles County Board of Education and is funded by Charles County, Maryland through the taxpayers.

Located south of Washington, D.C., in Charles County, Maryland, CCPS is one of the fastest growing school systems in Maryland. The mission of CCPS is to provide an opportunity for all school-aged children to receive an academically challenging, quality education that builds character, equips for leadership and prepares for life, in an environment that is safe and conducive to learning.[1]

Schools[edit]

High Schools[edit]

Middle schools[edit]

Elementary schools[edit]

  • C. Paul Barnhart (Waldorf)
  • Berry (Waldorf)
  • Dr. Gustavus Brown (Waldorf)
  • Dr. James Craik (Pomfret)
  • William A. Diggs (Waldorf)
  • Gale-Bailey (Marbury)
  • Dr. Thomas L. Higdon (Newburg)
  • Indian Head (Indian Head)
  • Daniel of St. Thomas Jenifer (Waldorf)
  • Malcolm (Malcolm)
  • T.C. Martin (Bryantown)
  • Mary H. Matula (La Plata)
  • Arthur Middleton (Waldorf)
  • Walter J. Mitchell (La Plata)
  • Mt. Hope/Nanjemoy (Nanjemoy)
  • Dr. Samuel A. Mudd (Waldorf)
  • Mary Burgess Neal (Waldorf)
  • J.C. Parks (Pomonkey)
  • J.P. Ryon (Waldorf)
  • Eva Turner (St. Charles)
  • William B. Wade (Waldorf)

Other[edit]

  • Special Education Department, Assistive Technology Center
  • Adult Education Services, External Diploma Program, Adult Services Center
  • F.B. Gwynn Educational Center
  • Adult Education Services, Lifelong Learning Center
  • Nanjemoy Creek Environmental Education Center
  • Robert D. Stethem Educational Center
  • James E. Richmond Science Center

Islamic indoctrination lawsuit[edit]

A lawsuit was filed against the Charles County Public Schools, the Board of Education, and the Principal and Vice-Principal of La Plata High School located in La Plata, Maryland. The Thomas More Law Center (TMLC), a national public interest law firm based in Ann Arbor, Michigan filed a federal lawsuit on behalf of former Marine, John Kevin Wood, and his wife, Melissa, who refuse to allow their teenage daughter to be subjected to Islamic indoctrination and propaganda in her high school World History class. It seeks a declaration from the defendants that they violated the plaintiffs’ constitutional rights, in addition to a temporary and permanent injunction barring them from promoting Islam over other religions and from banning Wood from school grounds. [2]

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