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Grades 5-12. All-Girls Middle and Upper School.

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Grades K - 12. Coeducational Lower School, Grades K - 4 and All-Boys Middle and Upper Schools, Grades 5 - 12.

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NEW: Community Enrichment Camp

Community Enrichment Camp


Director: Mrs. Kate Buffington Brown ’04
Session I:
Monday, July 10-Friday, July 14
Session II: Monday, July 17-Friday, July 21
Times:
9:00 a.m.-3:30 p.m.
Audience: All-girls, rising 5th-8th graders
Cost: $375
New for this year, we are thrilled to offer our Community Enrichment Camp; a program designed to focus on helping serve the community and world around us through local service-based initiatives. Campers will spend the week getting to know Baltimore and giving back to those communities in need. Each morning, we will travel to a different location to serve our city through varying hands-on activities. Activities may include, but are not limited to, visiting the elderly in a retirement community, caring for shelter animals, comforting those who are ill, preparing food and clothes for the homeless or working to clean up our environment are just a few of the activities that will engage your daughter in this meaningful camp experience. Girls will learn the power of serving in our world as we inspire to be conscientious members of our community. In the afternoons, we will return to school to reflect on our experiences of the day and plan for the next day’s adventures.

NEW: Middle School Physics

Middle School Physics


Director: Ms. Julia Lieberman
Dates:
Monday, August 21-Friday, August 25
Times: 9:00 a.m.-3:30 p.m.
Audience: All-girls, rising 5th-8th graders
Cost: $350
New this year! Why do some bowling balls float and others sink? Why do things that go up have to come down? Why is it easier to pull a wagon up a ramp than it is to carry it up the stairs? Learn the answers to these questions and more at St. Paul’s School for Girls new Physics Camp. During this week-long program, campers will have the opportunity to explore a variety of physics concepts while working on hands-on projects and lab activities. We will build things, break things, have a smashing good time, and we will learn a thing or two while we are at it!

Gator Girls Math

Gator Girls Math


Director: Mrs. Amy Scarborough
Dates:
M-F, August 7-17
Times: 9:00 a.m.-3:30 p.m.
Audience: All-girls, rising 5th-6th graders
Cost: $225
Gator Girls Math is designed to help rising 5th and 6th grade students prepare for school by reviewing Middle School math skills. Confidence will grow as they work on basic math facts, decimal operations and fraction operations. Girls will be assessed on the first day of camp and activities will be planned based on their needs. This program is for SPSG students only.

Safe Sitter Babysitting Training

Safe Sitter Babysitting Training


Director: Ms. Sierra Green
Session I:
Wednesday, June 28-Friday, June 30
Session II: Wednesday, August 23-Friday, August 25
Times:
9:00 a.m.-12:30 p.m.
Audience: Coed, ages 11+
Cost: $195
Safe Sitter® began because of a tragedy: the accidental death of a nurse’s young child while in the care of an adult babysitter. Patricia A. Keener, M.D. recognized the vulnerability of young children when cared for by unprepared providers, so she created a program to teach young teens how to be better, safer babysitters. For more than 35 years, Safe Sitter® has been a leader in providing life skills, safety skills, and child care training for youth.

Course content includes:
  • Safety Skills: Indoor safety, outdoor safety, online safety, and personal safety.
  • Child-Care Safety: Child development, child care routines (including diapering practice), and behavior management.
  • First Aid & Rescue Skills: Injury prevention, injury management, and choking rescue. CPR is an optional component.
  • Life & Business Skills: Screening jobs, setting fees, and greeting employers.

Driver’s Education

Driver’s Education


Director: Greg’s Driving School
Session I: 
M-F, June 19-30
Session II: M-F, July 17-28
Times:
9:00 a.m.-12:15 p.m.
Audience: Coed, must be 15 to register
Includes: 10 Classes & 6 hours of drive time
Cost: $415

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The driver’s education program at St. Paul’s School for Girls is provided by Greg’s Driving School, the largest driving school in the state of Maryland. Each session includes the MVA required ten classroom lessons and six hours of behind-the-wheel instruction. Driving times are to be scheduled individually by each student.

Important:
Students must attend class #1 of their selected session. MVA and COMAR rules do not allow students to continue the session is they miss class #1. If a student cannot attend class #1, they must find another session for them to attend.

Additionally, if a student misses four or more classes in a session, their participation will not count and they will need to select a new session. COMAR requires students to attend a minimum of six classes during their designated session. Even if a student attends the first week of a session (classes #1 through #5), but is unable to attend week 2 (classes #6-#10), they must retake the entire session.

Please notify us no later than two weeks prior to the start of driver’s ed if you cannot make the full session.You will be eligible for a full refund provided that you notify us two weeks in advance. If less than two weeks’ notice, you will receive a 50% refund. If you can attend most or some of the session, but need to miss a class here and there, or get sick and miss a class during the session, please contact Human Resources Director Mrs. Duckett to coordinate your make up classes. You MUST have all ten classes completed before you apply for your license. 

Middle School Warm-Up Week

Middle School Warm-Up Week


Director: Mrs. Charlotte Smith
Dates:
Monday, August 28-Thursday, August 31
Times: 9:00 a.m.-12:00 p.m.
*Tuesday, August 29 will run from 9:00 a.m.-3:00 p.m.
Audience: All-girls, rising 5th-6th graders
Cost: $200
Warm-Up Week is designed for 5th and 6th grade students. Girls see old friends and begin new relationships. Incoming students begin to feel comfortable in their SPSG surroundings. Teacher relationships are started and girls take part in interactive interdisciplinary projects. We have fun, play games, and have time to learn about each other. Students get early access to their lockers and a chance to start off the new academic year in a relaxed way! While it is not mandatory, Warm-Up Week is highly recommended for students entering 5th and 6th grades. This program is for SPSG students only.

Upper School Transition Week

Upper School Transition Week


Director: Mrs. Amy Hassan
Dates:
Monday, August 28-Thursday, August 31
Times: 9:00 a.m.-12:00 p.m.
Audience: All-girls, rising 9th graders
Cost: $150
Transition week is a four, half-day program for rising and incoming 9th grade SPSG students. During this week, students will meet to learn skills and strategies necessary for success in ninth grade. Throughout these four days, students will have the opportunity to meet some of their peers as well as some of the ninth grade teachers. Though not mandatory, it is highly recommended for all 9th graders at SPSG. This program is for SPSG students only.
ST. PAUL'S SCHOOL FOR GIRLS
11232 Falls Road
P.O. Box 8000
Brooklandville, Maryland 21022
TEL: 410-823-6323
FAX: 410-828-7238
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