Summer Camps

Academic Summer Camps

List of 4 items.

  • Skills for Success Camp

    Skills for Success is designed for all grade levels and is taught by three experienced classroom teachers. Students will receive instruction from teachers certified in Social Studies, Math, and English, and all have experience teaching freshmen and upperclassmen.  The small classroom size helps students discover their learning styles, strengths, and weaknesses, which will help improve their academic performance. 
    Curriculum Includes:
    • Making the transition from Middle School to High School
    • How to become a Successful Student!
    • Time Management
    • Organization
    • Study Habits, Attitudes & Motivation
    • Digital Calendar & Task Management
    • Introduction to ASHS Digital Suite
    • Note-Taking Apps & Tools
    • Listening and Note-Taking 
    • Test Taking Strategies
    • Math Strategies
    • Research and Writing Strategies

    Camp Dates:
    July 22-25
    July 29-August 1
    August 5-8
    August 12-15


    Camp Registration Link 
  • Theatre Camp

    Date: July 15th-19th
    Time: 9:00 - 3:00 am
    Age: 7th - 9th graders 
    Cost: $300

    Spalding Theatre's first ever summer camp will focus on all aspects of theatre, including performance, auditioning, directing, technical theatre and more! Participants will be able to work with the Spalding Theatre directors to help bring their own production to life on the stage!

    Lauren Schene has been directing at Spalding since 2015 and is a graduate of Spalding where she was involved in the theatre and music programs. She received her Bachelor of Arts degree in Theatre from The Catholic University of America and after graduation, worked in the happiest place on earth, Disney World, in Entertainment. She was the director of the 2019 Cappie Award Winning production of The Drowsy Chaperone, and Spalding Theatre was nominated for 11 total categories that season. Most recently, she completed the Broadway Teachers Workshop where she attended educational sessions from notable artists such as Josh Groban, Alan Menken, and Andrea Martin.  

    Camp Registration Link 
  • SAT/ACT Camp

    The Spring 2024 SAT/ACT Bootcamp is designed to prepare students for testing dates in the 2024-2025 summer & school year. The program consists of 10 sessions each designed to increase each student's aptitude, comfort, and knowledge of the SAT exam. 

    Please contact Kevin Ruddy for more information:

    Camp Brochure Link  |  Camp Registration Link
  • Art Camp

    Students will use multiple arts and crafts media to create many 2D and 3D visual artworks. Exploration of media such as oil pastels, watercolor, and acrylic paints, plaster cast mask-making, printmaking, and process journaling. Students will learn about the elements and principles of design anchored in color theory. Some artworks students will create include mask-making, mandalas, portrait print-making, and process journaling. All tools and supplies are included in the camp tuition. 

    Camp Date/Time: 
    July 15 - 18 & July 22 - 25  | 9 am - 3 pm 

    Ages/grades of students who can attend:
    Ages 10 -14 (rising 6th to 9th grade) 

    $350 - this includes funds to buy supplies
    Students will get the following supplies to take home along with their completed art projects: 
    (sketchbook, colored pencils, oil pastels, watercolor paint set, drawing pencils, erasers, markers, and a supplies case) 

    Weekly Schedule: 
    • All students should pack a lunch 
    • All Mornings will begin with sketching and completing design challenges in each student's sketchbook. 
    • Mon- Plaster Mask-Making 
    • Tues- Plaster Mask-Making 
    • Wed- Acrylic Mandala making 
    • Thurs- Portrait Printmaking 

    Please contact Bill Ford for more information:

    Camp Registration Link

One in Christ

Archbishop Spalding High School

8080 New Cut Road
Severn, MD 21144