Calvert High School Wins Envirothon State Competition!

The Envirothon is an environmentally-based problem solving competition for high school students. This year saw the highest student participation in recent history with 40 students representing all four of Calvert County’s public high schools. 

Eight teams from the four high schools participated in the April 2019 county-level competition held at Kings Landing Park. Calvert High School won the overall competition, placing first in three out of four resource categories. In 2018, Calvert High also placed first at the county level and then went on to place second at the state level competition. 

This year they competed at the state competition at St. Mary’s College on June 18-20 and placed first for the state of Maryland!  The team represented Maryland at the National Envirothon competition on July 28 through August 2, 2019 at North Carolina State University in Raleigh. They placed 10th out of 53 teams!  Congratulations!!!

Calvert High School team with their trophy from the state competition. From left: Coach Chuck Gustin, Kristina Dube, Grace Miller, Vincent Sullens, Michael Deffinbaugh and Ben Springer.