Summer Camps

Athletic Summer Camps

Archbishop Spalding is hoping to safely offer academic and athletic camps as we have in years past. However, due to the uncertainty of the COVID-19 virus and State of Maryland and Anne Arundel County mandates, Spalding’s summer camps are subject to change. If we are forced to cancel a camp, a full refund will be provided in a timely manner.

The following form must be filled out and turned in on the first day of any camp: Camper Health History Form

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  • Baseball

    The Archbishop Spalding Baseball Camp is an opportunity for young players to improve their current skills and develop new skills in a positive, fun environment without the pressure of competitive team play. Campers receive daily instruction in all phases of the game from coaches with the single goal of helping them improve and enjoy the game of baseball.
  • Track & Field

    Archbishop Spalding's Boys and Girls Performance Track & Field Camp is offering a Summer Camp for Technical Training in four distinct categories: 
    • Sprints/Hurdles
    • Jumps
    • Throws
    • Distance
    Camp Contact: Phil DeRosier,
    Camp Brochure Link  |  Camp Registration Link
  • Boys Basketball

    The Cavalier Camp is open to players aged 6-14 and is designed to improve basketball fundamentals at each age level. Our counselors will strive to improve the skills of each camper and foster enthusiasm for the game. Our staff of local coaches and players will focus on developing individual skills as well as team play.
  • Girls Basketball

    The Girls Basketball Staff at Archbishop Spalding High School would like to offer you the opportunity to learn about the game of basketball with an enthusiastic and knowledgeable staff. We feel our combination of skill work, games, team competitions and contests, along with instructional tapes, guests and staff lecturers will help you learn the game and take you to the next level. Fundamentals will be stressed daily. Our goal is to provide quality instruction and excellent coaching to ensure that each camper has a positive experience.
  • Cheer

    The Archbishop Spalding Cheer Program will be hosting its fifth annual Summer Clinic. This camp will cover all facets of cheer including but not limited to: stunts, tumbling, motions, jumps, flexibilit, and endurance. Campers will be divided by age and ability as cheerleaders of all levels will be challenged. Safety mats and a perfection before progression philosophy will be applied to minimize the risk of injury. 

    Camp Contact: Lindsey Miller,
  • Dance

    The Archbishop Spalding Dance Program will behosting its fifth annual Summer Camp.This campwill cover all styles of dance including jazz, pom, hip hop, and lyrical. Campers will be divided by age and ability as dancers of all levels will be challenged. Safety mats and a perfectionbefore progression philosophy will be applied tominimize the risk of injury.

    Camp Contact: Carrie smith,
  • Field Hockey

    Spalding’s field hockey camp strikes a great balance between fun and fundamentals as well as individual and team instruction.

    The camp is designed to build a strong foundation in fundamentals by focusing on individual skills and drills, along with opportunities to incorporate these new skills in game situations by focusing on teamwork and game strategies.
  • Football

    Camp Objectives:
    • Develop basic football positional skills on Offense, Defense and Special Teams.
    • Compete in individual and team competitions throughout the week.
    • Introduction to off the field preparation including Academics, Introduction to the Weight Room, and Film Study
    • Learn from special guest speakers including Spalding staff, select high school and college coaches.
  • Ice Hockey

    Our program is about development; the development of hockey players, and - more importantly - young men. We as coaches must stay dedicated to the process of improving our players on a daily basis, and not be swayed by the pressure to win games. Our goal is to help each and every player along their own specific journey, one step at a time.
  • Boys Lacrosse

    The Archbishop Spalding Men’s Lacrosse Program is offering a Summer Lacrosse Camp that will be broken up into two different age groups. Grades 4th through 6th will be grouped together and focus on learning the fundamentals of the sport in a fun environment. This is a great way for the campers to learn new skills in a fun competitive environment. Campers will focus on individual skills by position, as well as a focus on team skills. Campers in grades 7th-9th will have the opportunity to experience Archbishop Spalding’s state-of-the art turf fields and facilities, as well as interact with the Spalding Coaching Staff. Our staff and guest speakers will focus on the fundamentals of the game and put the campers through high school and collegiate level drills. This will be a great way to experience what it might be like to play lacrosse at Archbishop Spalding High School.

  • Girls Lacrosse

    Spalding’s girl’s lacrosse camp is a great mix of learning fundamental skills and having fun. The goal of the camp is to teach each player both old and new; skills they can practice at home to become a better all around player.

    This camp is designed to teach the athletes fundamentals and skills by using the same high level drills, small games, contests, and full field games that the Spalding Varsity Program uses every day in practice. For the younger kids, the camp will focus on teaching the same fundamentals and skills, but with a little lower intensity level. There will also be one-on-one instruction for any goalie attending the camp.

  • Boys Soccer

    High School Training Camp
    The Boys High School training camp is open to all athletes entering 8th grade an older. The camp is designed for the serious athlete to prepare for their fall high school season. The goal of the coaching staff is to build confidence while providing an environment that challenges each player. There will be an intense schedule of games, fitness, and instruction. Players will be asked to compete in each session and to actively participate in the improvement and development of their soccer skills.

    Youth Camp
    Players will be placed within their respective age group in relation to their level, needs and desires. Special requests are welcome!

    Camp Contact: Pat Crawford,
    High School Soccer Brochure Link |  Youth Camp Brochure Link
    Camp Registration Link
  • Girls Soccer

    High School Training Camp
    This program is open to all athletes entering 8th grade and older. This is a rigorous program designed for the serious athlete to prepare for their fall
    high school season. The program will focus on two components: Speed, Agility, and Fitness training as well as soccer specific training. Both components will help enhance players overall fitness and training environment throughout the summer to prepare them for their high school season. Important to note, fitness will be a part of this program, you will need both cleats and running shoes.

    Evening Camp
    Players will be placed within their respective age group in relation to their level, needs, and desires. Teams that register collectively will be provided a coach for the whole week for team improvement. Both individual players and teams will end in small side/full field games for competitive play and incorporating
    tasks learned. All teams will end the day playing against another team within their respective age and level. Games may be adjusted to ensure quality of play and balanced competition.

    Camp Contact: Ashly Kennedy,
    High School Training Brochure Link Evening Camp Brochure Link
    Camp Registration Link
  • Softball

    The Archbishop Spalding Softball Camp is an opportunity for young players to improve and develop skills in a positive, fun environment without the pressure of competitive team play. This camp will stress the basic fundamentals of becoming a better softball player, as well as athleticism, sportsmanship, leadership, and citizenship. The goal of this camp is to focus on the fundamentals of the game, while incorporating fun challenges for the players!

    Camp Contact: Delaney Bell,
    Camp Brochure Link  |  Camp Registration Link
  • Girls Volleyball

    The Archbishop Spalding volleyball coaching staff will lead a fun and fast paced pre-fall season summer training camp for rising 7th – 10th graders. This camp is for athletes whowant to play competitive volleyball and need a jump-start, or for athletes who are currently playing volleyball at the rec, club, middle or high school level and need to progress their skills before the fall season. The camp will teach and improve important fundaments of the game through many individual and group drills. In addition, every player will get plenty of court time to learn and play the game. Archbishop Spalding has a great volleyball history, and the staff is committed to sharing its knowledge and train athletes ready to play volleyball at the next level. 
  • Wrestling

    Advanced Camp
    Advanced Camp is open to all incoming Freshmen and high school wrestlers. This camp includes advanced technique and kettle bell training, as well as, live wrestling daily, to help wrestlers stay in top condition for their summer tournaments. There are only 30 spots available for this camp.

    Technique Camp
    Technique Camp is open to all wrestlers from the ages of 7-16 and all levels of experience. Focus will be on proper stance, defending shoots, body positioning and counter attacks as well as freestyle technique. By the end of the week, campers will have a better understanding of what it takes to be a better wrestler. *Final day competition

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Severn, MD 21144