We are happy to provide proctoring services for you! The Testing Center will assess a fee of $35 to administer tests for other institutions. This fee will apply to each sitting, not to each test. This fee will be waived for Chesapeake College employees and their dependents.
This fee is paid at the Business Office in the Dorchester Building, and must be paid prior to testing; if you will be arriving after the Business Office is closed, you can pay the fee over the phone in advance of your arrival. The Business Office phone number is 410-822-5400, x2244.
We require the school or organization to contact the Testing Center prior to testing so we can make arrangements and go over the exam instructions and any other materials.The Testing Center is located in the Learning Resource Building, Room 107. We requirea current picture ID, and test takers must arrive no later than two hours before closing. Appointments are necessary; make sure someone from the Testing Center has contacted you to confirm your appointment and confirm that all testing materials have been sent to the Testing Center by your school or organization before you go to the Testing Center. For additional information please call or email the Testing Center.
Offers a variety of programs and classes to students, targeted populations, and the public in general. Partners with Social Services, the Workforce Investment Board, and the Department of Corrections to train people to be successfully employed in the hospitality industry. Also partners with the Board of Education and Parks and Recreation to provide skills and training to students, some of whom are identified as being "at risk." This includes instruction at the Caroline Career and Technology Center, and after school and summer programs. Winner of Wedding Caterer of the Year 2010 for KNOT magazine. The culinary center resides in the original high school for Caroline County built in 1901. The school house has been re purposed to be a culinary hub for the Mid Shore Region. Within this building you can find the Caroline Career and Technology Center's culinary arts program, Commercial Community Kitchen, Catering, shore gourmet market, classes and much more.
Offers an early learning preschool enrichment program for 3 & 4 year olds. Call for information on openings or to put your name on a waiting list. The hours for the 3 year old class are Tues. & Thurs. 9:15-11:30 AM. Hours for the 4 year old class are Mon., Wed., and Fri. 9:15-11:30 AM. Slots are given on a first come, first serve basis. Classes run from September to May. Daycare services are available from 6:30 AM-5:30 PM for ages 2 through 5th grade.
The Denton Homeschool Group is comprised of families dedicated to providing their homeschoolers with an opportunity to get together to enjoy exciting, creative, and amazing learning opportunities! Connecting with other homeschoolers locally is one of the best ways to ensure that our children have a successful and enjoyable learning experience.
Please feel welcome to contact us if you have any questions.
This is a resource center for families and schools serving families and educators of children with disabilities in Caroline County. Services include special education resources, information and referral, assistance with the I.E.P., seminars and workshops, consultation, lending library, newsletter, information about local, state, and national parent organizations, facilitation of parent and children's support groups. There is a Mom's Mornings Together support group for moms with children with disabilities. The children are invited, it meets the last Monday of the month at 10:00am at Denton Elementary School, Portable #2. Periodically offers Sibshops programs. These programs target siblings of special needs children and celebrates the contributions they make toward their disabled sibling.
The Federalsburg Judy Center promotes school readiness through collaboration with community based agencies and organizations and by offering many different early intervention and comprehensive services within the school and center.
Offers a preschool program for 2, 3, & 4 year olds already enrolled in the center for daycare. The program includes a planned curriculum, hands on activities, social development, and community involvement.
Provides leadership experiences to girls, through skill building activities, field trips, sports skill-building clinics, community service projects, cultural exchanges, and environmental stewardships. Also helps girls develop values to guide their actions and provide the foundation for sound decision-making. Volunteers are accepted. Contact Chelsea Boog if you wish to place your child in a troop.
Denise Eberspeaker, Director of Fund Development, Communications and Service Center
410-742-5107 or 1-800-374-9811
East Park Professional Center, 1346 Belmont Avenue
• Quality Early Learning Experiences at Early Head Start
• Pre-Kindergarten and Kindergarten Partnership
• Summer Semester for Entering Kindergarten
• Support for ELL Afterschool Kindergarten
• Wrap-around Licensed Child Care through Parntership
• Developmental Screenings and Assessments
• Linkages with Special Education
• Enhanced Parent Education Services
• Parents as Teachers Home Visiting
• Multi-Cultural Resource Center partnership including Spanish speaking staff available
• Parenting for Academic Success
• Group Socializations
• Family Literacy Activities
• Family Centered Coordinated Case Management
Adult Education and Employment Readiness:
• Adult Basic Education and GED preparation
• English as a Second Language
• Job Readiness