We have made the difficult decision to cancel all onsite K–12 summer camp programming this year.
The health and safety of our campers, parents, and staff is paramount. Even with the governor's decision to allow day camps to run this summer, we do not believe we can adequately plan for and serve students this summer while simultaneously putting in place all the plans necessary to reopen school this fall. All canceled camps will be refunded per our revised policy.
Separate communication was sent to preschool families regarding your summer camp offerings, which are subject to a different set of guidelines as childcare centers. If you did not receive that information regarding preschool reopening dates and procedures, please contact Isabel Nussbaumer (email@example.com).
If you enrolled in summer dance programming through TDC, please look for follow-up communication from us, as we are working on a virtual summer dance offering. In addition, we will communicate to St. Paul's families in the next few weeks about some virtual academic programs our teachers are designing for summer.
Over the summer, we will reach out to those families who have registered or are eligible to register for St. Paul's School for Boys Middle School Jump Start, St. Paul's School for Girls Middle School Warmup Week, and St. Paul's School for Girls Upper School Transition Week. We are working to organize both on-campus and virtual options for these orientation programs. Our College Counseling offices similarly are preparing to offer SP College Boot Camp and SPSG College Application "Wordshop" either in person or online, depending on conditions in August.
We know you share our disappointment about the cancellation of in-person camps. We understand the important role summer camps play in the lives of all children who participate, and we wanted to provide ample time for you to make alternative plans for your children this summer.
Thank you for your patience and understanding. Please direct any questions to firstname.lastname@example.org or 443-632-1083.
All Sports Camp
Director: Mr. Pat Walsh
Session I: Monday, July 27-Friday, July 31
Session II: Monday, August 3-Friday, August 7
Times: 9:00 a.m.-3:30 p.m.
Audience: Coed, rising K-8th grade
Before care: 8:00-9:00 a.m., $25 per week
After care: 3:30-5:30 p.m., $50 per week
Both: $60 per week
Join us for our ALL SPORTS CAMP! Every day, campers will be exposed to a variety of sports and games over the course of the week, including but not limited to basketball, baseball, street hockey, kickball, soccer, flag football, lacrosse, capture the flag, dodgeball, kick the can and much more! This camp is designed to be fun and interactive while adding a component for fitness and exercise into each of the daily activities. In addition, we will ensure our sports campers have an opportunity to visit our ropes course throughout the week for some climbing and team building activities. Whether you excel in one sport or have an interest in all sports, this camp is for you! Get excited and get sporty!
Daily, our all sports camp campers will have the option to visit the pool for free swim. Our goal is to have our sports campers swim from approximately 11:00-11:45 a.m. and then go right into lunch, giving them a nice break from the heat and an opportunity to relax with their friends. Free swim will be supervised by our certified swim lesson instructor, a minimum of two lifeguards, our camp director and several additional camp counselors.
Mast Tennis Academy Summer Camps
Director: Mr. David Mast
Session I: Monday, July 6 – Friday, July 10
Session II: Monday, July 13 – Friday, July 17
Session III: Monday, July 20 – Friday, July 24
Session IV: Monday, July 27 – Friday, July 31
Session V: Monday, August 3 – Friday, August 7
Full-Day: 9:00 a.m.-3:00 p.m.
Half-Day: 9:00 a.m.-12:00 p.m.
Audience: Coed, ages 4-16
- 8:00-9:00 a.m. Extended Day: $30 per week
- 3:00-4:00 p.m. Extended Day: $30 per week
- Combo 8:00-9:00 a.m. & 3:00-4:00 p.m. Extended Day: $60 per week
Registration: Click here to be redirected to their website for registration and payment information.
At Mast Tennis Academy, all skill levels are welcome! We run sessions for beginners, pee-wees, tournament players and intermediate players. We use the Quickstart Tennis program for our younger campers. In addition, for our older attendees, we help to train those campers who are looking to make a school team or improve their ranking. Players will work on strategy, fitness, nutrition and sports psychology.
About the Director:
David Mast was #1 while he attended Calvert Hall High School and #1 Singles & Doubles at University of Maryland, Baltimore County. Mast says “I believe that sports, specifically tennis, can raise a person’s self esteem. Our goal is to bring out each person’s full potential, while patiently guiding and teaching them the sport of tennis. Having gone through many levels of tennis myself, I feel I can convey a patient teaching method best suited for all levels of play”
NEW! Mighty Kicks Soccer Camp
Director: Frank DiLeonardi
Dates: Monday, July 13 – Friday, July 17
Times: 9am – 12pm
Audience: Co-ed, rising Kindergarten through 6th graders (will be split on skill level)
- Before care will run 8am – 9am for $25/week
- Aftercare is not available for soccer players, but we do have afternoon camp options (see recommendation below)
Description: Mighty Kicks uses our proven, age appropriate curriculum to introduce kids to soccer in an enthusiastic way. Our experienced, high-energy coaches use exercises from around the globe to deliver sessions that are healthy, informative and fun. With a team atmosphere, even the youngest soccer players develop social, life and athletic skills. Our unique method of soccer instruction helps children become familiar with athletics, to properly play the world’s most popular game early on. Whether new to the game or looking to work on specific skills in preparation for the upcoming soccer seasons, this camp is for you. Students will be separated into groups by age and skill level, while also having some fun ‘all camp time’ together.
Recommendation: If your students would like to attend our Mast Tennis Academy or Gatorland Day Camp from 12pm – 3:30pm after soccer camp, they are more than welcome. Students will start their morning with Mighty Kicks and, at 12pm, we will have a camp counselor walk them safely to their afternoon programming. They will transition in, have lunch and be ready to jump into their afternoon adventures. It is a great way to make a full day program combining two of our amazing programs! Both tennis and Gatorland have after care options available, as well. If you are interested in pairing the two together, please contact email@example.com so we can arrange registration and pricing accordingly.
About the Director: Frank is currently the Director of Coaching for Fallston Soccer overseeing all aspects of player and coaching development. Fallston soccer is home for over 1300 kids ages 4-14 years old. Frank also serves as a Maryland instructor for the grassroots program with United Soccer Coaches.
Frank has served as the Goalie Coach for The Washington Spirit U.S Soccer Development academy. In his role he works with goalies that range from ages 13-18 years old. Frank spent time as an assistant coach and goalkeeping coach at Goucher College in Towson, MD. In each of these roles Frank is in charge of planning and implementing sessions for the goalkeeper position, while also assisting and running practice for the field players. Frank is the former lead assistant and primary goalkeeping coach for the men’s soccer team at McDaniel College, located in Westminster, MD. In this role, he assists the head coach with practice planning and recruiting. During his time at McDaniel, the coaching staff has improved a losing record to a .500 record. Additionally, the first year goalkeeper in 2014 was named ECAC player of the week twice and Centennial Conference player of the week under Frank’s tutelage.
In addition, Frank was also the head coach of the U15 Maryland O.D.P (Olympic Development Program) region 1 team. The US Youth Soccer ODP is a national identification and development program for high-level players. Frank also works with Maryland State ODP U12 program as a goalkeeper coach.
Frank’s goalkeeper coaching experience started with McDaniel College and D.C. United Academy, working with goalies ranging from ages under 14 to under 18 in the academy and 18-22 year olds in college. Frank has also worked with The Baltimore Bay’s Academy and other local clubs such as FC Fredrick. This experience drove the creation of Level 5, a goalkeeping training and sports fitness development company.
Frank currently holds a National Level D License from US Soccer, a NSCAA National Diploma, a NSCAA Advanced National Diploma, a NSCAA level 1, 2 and 3 Goalkeeping diplomas, a NSCAA Advanced National Goalie Diploma and a NSCAA Premier Diploma and DOC Diploma’s.
Questions? Contact firstname.lastname@example.org