Welcome to St. Mary's County Public Schools (SMCPS) where our four year graduation rate is 93.5%. With approximately 17,841 students, our school system is large enough to offer a wide variety of academic programs and services, and small enough to maintain an atmosphere of friendliness, helpfulness, and personalized service. As a school system, we are focused on student achievement and assuring that our students meet rigorous standards; at SMCPS all children can and will learn. Our goal is to focus our efforts to create a total community committed to learning and safety for ALL children.
The Week of the Young Child™ is an annual celebration sponsored by the National Association for the Education of Young Children (NAEYC). The purpose of the Week...
Chopticon and Leonardtown students participated in the Annual Model United Nations Conference. The conference was a simulation that examined real-world issues...
Forrest Center Dental Assisting students visited George Washington Carver Elementary to teach the importance of dental health to the students.
The Ridge Robotics team won three of the six awards at the Regional competition at Great Mills High School, attended the State competition and is now headed to...
SMCPS Celebrates the Week of the Young Child
SMCPS Celebrates April as the Month of the Military Child!
Model United Nations Achievements
Dental Assisting students teach the importance of Dental Health!
Congratulations to the Ridge E.S. Robotics Team!