About Chesapeake Driving School LLC.

About Chesapeake Driving School

Chesapeake Driving School, LLC is owned and operated by public school teachers in Calvert and St. Mary's Counties. The MVA requires each instructor to go through training and pass exams in order to teach drivers education.

In addition to this training, all of our instructors have actual college degrees in teaching, are fully certified teachers through the Maryland State Department of Education, and have over 80 years combined teaching experience at the secondary level.

Angela Cunningham
Office Director

Angela began teaching as a middle school Language Arts teacher in Calvert County in 1999 and is now working as a Math Intervention Teacher in Charles County. As equally important to her and her family is their involvement in the community through volunteer and service work.

Email Angela at office@chesapeakeDS.com

Jeff Cunningham

Jeff has been a teacher for Calvert County Public Schools for 19 years. Moreover, Jeff has been teaching Social Studies at Huntingtown High School for over a decade. For the past few years Jeff has also taught in the classroom and behind the wheel Drivers Education for a local driving school. Along with his wife Angela, Jeff has run successful small businesses over the years while teaching CCPS students and raising 4 wonderful children.

Email Jeff at jcunningham@chesapeakeDS.com

Justin Koch

Justin has been teaching in Calvert County for the past 21 years. Starting at Windy Hill Middle School in 1997. Then moving over to Huntingtown High when it opened in 2004 and has taught there since. During that time he's taught different subjects in Social Studies and currently teach the Criminal Justice Pathway. In addition, during his tenure he has coached both middle school track and high school cross country.
Email Justin at jkoch@chesapeakeDS.com

Mike McGlothlin

Mike McGlothlin has been a teacher with Calvert County Public Schools since 2001. He works at Mill Creek Middle School as a Special Education teacher. Mike also coaches soccer at MCMS. Originally from Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, Mike is married and has three children. He enjoys riding my bike, roller blading, and playing softball in his free time. Lastly, Mike loves working with children and looks forward to teaching students to drive safely.

Marshall Pike

Marshall has taught Technology/Engineering for Calvert County Public Schools for 13 years. During the last four, Marshall has also helped implement and teach Online Technology for CCPS and the Maryland State Department of Education. While away from teaching in the summer, Marshall and his wife enjoy watching their two daughters play lacrosse (when he is not busy officiating games).

Erin Mathers

Erin Mathers is an English teacher at Northern High School. She began her career at Chopticon High School in 2003 after moving to Southern Maryland from Pittsburgh, PA. Though the years, Erin has also taught at the community-college and elementary levels thanks to her positions as an adjunct instructor and a summer camp teacher. When she’s not working with students, Erin volunteers with two dog rescues, and she loves to spend time with her family, friends, and pups.

Stan Hampton

Stan Hampton has been a social studies teacher at Patuxent High School since 2000. He has been a basketball coach for both boys and girls programs and is the PA announcer for most sporting events. He has also been an AP Reader for European History.

Tony Perry

Tony is a full time employee with FedEx. He has earned multiple safe driving awards. Tony has also been teaching behind the wheel for Maryland Driver Education for 13 years and he has loved every minute of it.

Bill Gash

Bill is a former marine and currently works for the U.S. marine corp in distribution logistics. Bill has a passion for cars and driving. He has taught Drivers Ed and Drivers Improvement for a decade. In his free time Bill loves to spending time with his wife and his daughter who attends Salisbury University.

Marc Pirner
Retired Instructor

Marc Pirner was one of the founding owners. Although he has left, we wish him well on his endeavors as the new principal of Chopticon High School.