ST. PAUL’S SUMMER CAMP

ST. PAUL’S SUMMER CAMP

11152 Falls Road Brooklandville MD 21022

ST. PAUL’S SUMMER CAMP at 11152 Falls Road  Brooklandville MD 21022
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St. Paul's School has been offering summer camp programs to children for over 30 years.

We offer a wide variety of programs, situated on our 95-acre campus in Brooklandville, Maryland, provides your child opportunities to learn, explore, and discover the fun of summer!  Led by teachers and caring personnel, your camper will quickly connect and feel safe in our nurturing environment.  With facilities for sports, swimming, arts, drama, filmmaking, cooking, scientific exploration, and more, your child is bound to find activities that suite their wishes for a fun-filled summer camp experience. Campers can choose half-day or full-day options, and can extend their day until 6pm for those families needing extra time for pick-up.  For our youngest campers, ages 3-7, we offer our Classic Day Camp. This small group structure, in designated, air-conditioned classrooms provides the safety and supervision needed, and offers varied, age-appropriate activities including swimming lessons.  For older Campers, ages 7-17, we offer a diverse array of camps in our Academic Edge, Specialty, and Sports Camps.

 

 

 

 

 

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