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2021-2022 Lacrosse Interest Meeting

2021-2022 Lacrosse Interest Meeting
After a program record-breaking season, the CMIT Women's Lacrosse program is motivated more than ever to begin preparation for its 2021-2022 varsity campaign! Although lacrosse is a spring sport, those games will be won this off-season when you are training by yourself and no one is watching. We invite all interested incoming freshmen to attend CMIT Women's Lacrosse first interest meeting of the 2021-2022 Academic Year! Hear testimony from alumni, current players, and the founding sisters of our program. Please bring a lawn chair as the meeting will be held on the CMIT Turf Field (directly located behind the High School Building): Saturday 6/26/2021 @ 9:00 AM - 10:30 AM For any student interested in a free lacrosse clinic, our varsity program will host a beginners clinic immediately after the interest meeting from 10:30 AM -11:30 AM. Equipment will be provided and all experience levels are welcomed! *In the event of inclement weather, the interest meeting will be conducted online via Zoom and the lacrosse clinic will be canceled* For more information please contact Coach Sok at

Serey Sok CMIT Women's Lacrosse Head Coach Follow Us on Twitter: @cmitwlax Follow Us on Instagram: @cmitwlax Follow Us on Anchor.FM: @cmitwlax Team Website:

Q: Is CMIT North MS a public school? 

A: Yes We are a public charter school who is staffed by PGCPS teachers and administration, and support staff who work along side of a limited CLF staff. We have access to PGCPS support but also benefit from additional guidance, management and financial support from Chesapeake Light House Foundation, whose educational concept this school is based on. 

Q: Do siblings get preference in applying to CMIT?

A: The process of gaining entry to any charter school in Prince George's County is through a lottery. However, siblings of already attending CMIT students are weighted differently during the lottery process. This different weighting gives preference to siblings. 

Q: What makes CMIT different then any other school in the district? 

A: Although we are a PGCPS public charter, we are given some autonomy over curriculum. This autonomy allows us to fast track students, who are academically ready, through selected high school courses in math, foreign language, science and technology. It is that fast tracking that opens up opportunity to more advanced  coursework on the college level while still in high school.  Additionally, we offer students supports and enrichments to every student, not available at most schools. Lastly, we are a uniform school which takes away the distraction, the competition and the social stratification that is brought on by non uniform dress in a school. 

Our test scores oustrip not only county averages but also state avaerages. This, along with other metrics has made us a 5 star school. 

Q: Do you offer everything the big middle and high school's offer? 

A: Unlike many school in Maryland, we do not have a  full spectrum offerings in sports.  Instead, our focus is on STEAM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Art and Mathematics). Therefore, our sports offerings are more limited.  We offer, boys and girls soccer, basketball, girl's softball, boy's baseball and club lacrosse in the middle school. Additionally, boys and girls basketball, track/field and volleyball at the high school level. With that said we recently (2017) won the girls county basketball championship and made it to the playoffs in soccer. Our high school opened a multi-million dollar, state of the art gym complex, competitive with all schools of their size. The middle school has also added an indoor gym space.  Lastly, we do offer special educational services, but becuase we are a school of choice, the amount of service hours we can provide is limited to 7.5 hours a week, split between literacy and math. Services hours are delivered by special education teachers but are limited to literacy and math courses. 

Chesapeake Math and IT Academy Middle School
6100 Frost Place, Laurel, MD, 20707 | Tel: (301) 350-6051 | Fax: (301) 560-3461
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