CMIT South

Chesapeake Math & IT South

Testimonials from Our Parents

Kenya and Kandace Lucas

We are very pleased to see her being intellectually pushed in her classroom by not only her teacher but her classmates as well. Her classes and homework are preparing her for the high school and college level.  
2015-12-04T17:12:47+00:00
We are very pleased to see her being intellectually pushed in her classroom by not only her teacher but her classmates as well. Her classes and homework are preparing her for the high school and college level.  

Kim Hansberry

My daughter really likes the school. She’s learning a lot, especially in computer class.
2015-12-04T16:39:12+00:00
My daughter really likes the school. She’s learning a lot, especially in computer class.

Barbara Yiadom

The curriculum is good and it challenges my son to learn. My son loves it and wants to go to school every day. Overall, it is a good school with great teachers, vice principal and principal.
2015-12-04T16:25:44+00:00
The curriculum is good and it challenges my son to learn. My son loves it and wants to go to school every day. Overall, it is a good school with great teachers, vice principal and principal.

Kimberly Johnson

I would enroll my child in CMIT because the curriculum is rigorous and the staff really cares about the success of each student.
2015-12-04T16:24:00+00:00
I would enroll my child in CMIT because the curriculum is rigorous and the staff really cares about the success of each student.

Kyanne Wise

CMIT south provides a foundation for learning both socially and academically my child has succeeded in CMIT South School.
2015-12-04T17:08:42+00:00
CMIT south provides a foundation for learning both socially and academically my child has succeeded in CMIT South School.

CMIT South students get AMPED UP!

On February 17, 2016 CMIT South students had the opportunity to actively engage in the learning process at the Amped Up field trip. In the amphitheater students learned about the environment, specifically about Natural Resources, Energy Sources, and Environmental Effects and so much more. They participated in ‘Who’s Smart Than a Fifth Grader’, ‘Who Wants to Be A Millionaire’, along with Brain pop videos. Each child at their seat had access to their own clickers for responses with 3-D images displayed periodically. Students interacted with the host on many occasions. After the brain overload came time for recreational activities. As you can see with the pictures this massive facility had something for everyone video game stations, musical instruments, pool tables, basketball goals, inflatables, a picture booth and so much more.

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