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Summer Programs

2018 Summer @ Blakefield

Summer at Blakefield features activities to keep your son or daughter engaged all summer long. The program blends academic, creative, cultural, and physical pursuits, whether it's taking part in one of our competitive sports camps, or something more recreational such as robotics, computer programming, or cooking classes.

Summer at Blakefield runs from mid June to early August and registration for each weekly camp is on a first-come, first-serve basis. View camp offerings below.

Note: Early bird registration rates are available until April 30th. We also offer a 10% multi-camp discount (applied at checkout).

Gift Certificates: If you are interested in purchasing Gift Certificates for the Summer Camp Programs, please contact Chantal Cross at ccross@loyolablakefield.org or 443-841-3328.

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  • Academics

    Algebra II Prep- Two Weeks
    This course prepares students for success in Algebra II by reviewing Algebra I skills and concepts. Topics include: Introduction to elementary functions. Graphing elementary functions and solving functional equations and inequalities using graphic techniques. Algebraic techniques for solving and writing, linear equations, quadratic functions and other basic functions is demonstrated. This course will also cover; inequalities, systems of equations, operations with polynomials to including factoring, work with absolute value equations, and basic review of laws of exponents.
    At the completion of the course, students will have reviewed algebra 1 and been introduced to about half of a semester of work in Algebra 2.  Fee $325.00

    Camp Dates:
    July 16-July 27; 10:00AM-12:00PM

    Calculus Prep-Two Weeks

    Designed for students enrolled in a fall AP or non AP Calculus class, this course is intended to familiarize students with the basic concepts of Differential and Integral Calculus.  Emphasis will be on calculus as applied to simple pre-calculus functions (quadratic and higher order polynomials, exponential, logarithms) with a focus on conceptual understanding of derivatives and integrals.  Problem solving will include AP level sample problems to complement the basic introductory content. 

    Camp Dates:
    July 16-July 27; 8:00AM-10:00AM

    Geometry
    This standard first course in Geometry covers the required concepts of Euclidean Geometry including definitions, postulates, and theorems. Areas of study include angles, parallel lines, congruent and similar figures, polygons, circles and arcs, and the Pythagorean Theorem. Special topics covered include coordinate and spatial geometry, introductory trigonometry, areas of two-dimensional figures, and areas and volumes of three-dimensional figures. In addition, problems are included which serve to review algebra skills. The course covers the entire college preparatory Geometry curriculum during a five-week period, so it is taught at a highly accelerated pace. Students should expect at least an hour of homework each day. A midterm exam and a final exam will be given. Students should be self-motivated. Loyola Blakefield students may only take this course with prior permission from the Math department chair. Fee $900.00

    Camp Dates:
     
    June: 25-July 27; 9:00AM-12:00PM


    World Religion
    Looking for ways to provide more flexibility to Senior year? Would you like to experience Religious Studies in a more relaxed atmosphere? Do you feel you would benefit from learning not only in the classroom setting but also through field trips to various religious sites? You may wish to consider this full credit, original credit elective in World Religions. This course will equip the student with a knowledge of several major world religions, including Hinduism, Buddhism, Zen Buddhism, Judaism, Islam and Christianity. It also provides an insight into the nature of religious traditions, examining questions which are common to us all. (open to upcoming Juniors and Seniors only) Text: Brodd, Jeffrey World Religions: A Voyage of Discovery, other articles.
    Dates/Schedule: Any weeks from after the end of school through the end of Summer, depending on the common availability of the interested students; Mon.-Fri., 8:30-11:30. Also, one day a week, the class will have an extended-day field trip to a particular religious site).The textbook will be loaned free of charge by the bookstore. Fee $900.00

    Camp Dates:
    June 11-July 13; 8:30AM-11:30AM


    US Prep
    Want to get off to a great start during your freshman year? Well this prep course is for you. Providing a strong foundation in Math, English, Language Arts, and Study Skills is the key to academic success. The course will focus on the following: reading, writing, grammar, vocabulary, reading comprehension, building algebra skills, problem solving and developing higher order thinking as needed for success in Algebra and Geometry. Students focus on broad concepts and topics covered in-depth during freshman year. Study strategies and organizational methods will be emphasized.  Fee $675.00

    Camp Dates:
    June 25-July 13; 9:00AM-12:00PM


    MS Prep
    Want to get off to a great start during your first year of Middle School? Well this prep course is for you. Providing a strong foundation in Math, English, Language Arts, and Study Skills is the key to academic success. This course will focus on the following: reading, writing, grammar, vocabulary, reading comprehension, prepequisite arithmetic skills, build their understanding of number concepts and problem solving skills. Students focus on broad concepts and topics covered in-depth during the freshman year. Study strategies and organizational methods will be emphasized. Fee $675.00

    Camp Dates:
    June 25-July 13 9:00AM-12:00PM


    SAT Prep-Two Weeks
    The SAT Prep Course is designed to review high school curriculum topics specific to the SAT exam. Students will also learn the nature of the new SAT to include scoring. Test taking techniques using practice problems will be emphasized for both the Math and English sections of the exam. Fee $425.00

    Camp Dates: 
    July 16-July 27 1:00PM-4:00PM


    Study Skills
    The program is carefully designed to prepare students for the academic challenges they face in high school and college. The course is taught by an experienced classroom teacher who, through the use of the small classroom size and student-tailored activities, helps students discover their learning style and improve academic performance. The curriculum will focus on areas such as: organizational skills, time management strategies, improving test performance, improving reading comprehension, study skills inventory, improving concentration and memory, note-taking, in-class skills, and motivation. As a result of the course, students will learn essential study skills for use during the school year and beyond. Fee $235.00

    Camp Dates:
    June 25- June 29; 10:00am-12:00pm
    July 9-July 13; 10:00am-12:00pm
  • Adventure

    Adventure Camp I/II
    Canoeing, Caving, Hiking, Climbing, Fishing, and Rafting** If this sounds like fun to you, then this is your camp! Each day brings a new activity and new locations to explore. The Adventure Sports Camp is designed to expose your budding outdoor adventurer to various expeditions in and around the Mason-Dixon area. Several of the locations we have explored in the past are: Rocks State Park, Susquehanna State Park, Bear Island on the Susquehanna River, Wind Cave, PA, Little Gunpowder State Park, Loch Raven Watershed, Patapsco State Park, Rockburn Skills Park, and Earth Treks.
    Time: 9-4; drop-off and pick-up at Loyola Blakefield. Transportation, water and snacks provided. Equipment will be determined by each day’s activities. Campers must provide their own lunches. **Rafting will be rainfall dependent. We love to raft, but if water levels are low in the region we will do other activities. Ages 12-15. Fee $405.00

    Camp Dates:
    June 18-June 22; 9:00AM-4:00PM
    July 23-July 27; 9:00AM-4:00PM

    Mountain Biking I/II 
    Like riding your bike in the woods? Want to take your bike skills to the next level? Whether you ride all the time or just like to play in the woods, join our staff for a week of mountain bike camp at local area trails. Climb better and descend with more control. Learn how to shift more efficiently, brake properly and just ride with more confidence. Great attention will be paid to fundamental skills, body position, as well as basic bicycle and trail maintenance. Develop an appreciation for the outdoors in a fun and safe environment with our staff.
    *While riding is our main focus in this camp, we realize that we are at the mercy of Mother Nature. Should there be inclement weather, additional activities may be deemed more appropriate.
    Mr. Keeney II and Mr. Glorioso have a combined 38 years’ experience in middle and high school teaching. They run the Loyola Climbing Club and the Loyola Ski and Snowboard Club. They have been running outdoor clubs and camps for the last decade respectively and look forward to working with your child(ren) during this week of camp. Campers must provide their own bikes and helmets. Ages Biking I 8-10 and Biking II 11-15. Fee: $190.00 for Session I and $345 for Session II

    Camp Dates:
    Session I- July 9-July 13; 9:00AM-12:00PM (Ages 8-10)
    Session II- July 16- July 20; 9:00AM-4:00PM (Ages 11-15)

    Adventure Camp 180!
    A different and exciting adventure every day Monday through Thursday. Transportation, water and snacks provided.  **Note:  This program will be held Monday through Thursday. Rising grades 6 – 8 welcome.
    Rockin' Jump- The ultimate indoor trampoline parks with dodge ball, open jump arenas, slam dunk zone, climbing walls and much more! Earth Treks- Earth Treks offers indoor rock wall climbing for all ages and abilities on walls up to 50 feet high.  Monster Mini Golf- An exciting indoor monster themed glow in the dark 18-hole miniature golf course that offers a host of fun activities at every turn! The laser tag boasts a 3500 square feet highly interactive play area, full of fun effects including fog, black lights, targets, mines and creative decorations. Stoneleigh Lanes- Its a classic game that everyone can play! Duckpin bowling uses smaller balls which makes it a little easier and just as fun!

    Camp Dates:
    August 6-August 9; 9:00am-12:00pm

    Adventure Camp 360!
    A different and exciting adventure every day Monday through Thursday including amusement parks, water fun and more! Balance out the fun by giving back to your local community through a rewarding group service project. Transportation, water and snacks provided.   Campers must provide their own lunches.  **Note:  This program will be held Monday through Thursday.  In the event that an activity must be cancelled due to extreme rain/storms, we will use Friday as a make-up date. Rising grades 6 – 9 welcome. Fee $335.00

    Camp Dates:
    July 30-August 2; 9:00AM-4:00PM  
    Hershey Park, Sandy Spring Adventure Park, Guppy Gulch Water Park/Inflatables, Tubing or White Water Rafting Excursion

     *Please note: Students will be permitted to walk around Hershey Park without a chaperone.  A mid-day check-in will be required but supervision will be limited for this trip.  Please take this into consideration before registering for this camp or consider volunteering.

  • Chess Camp

    Beginner's Chess Camp
    For kids seeking to learn how to play chess or those with little experience.
    Participants will be introduced to the game of chess. Instruction will begin with basic piece movement including castling and en passant. Then further instruction will cover opening theory, tactics and basic endgames. There will also be some game analysis. The session will conclude with a mini tournament. This camp will be run by Glenn Segal, current Science Teacher and Chess Coach at Cockeysville Middle School. Mr. Segal has been in education for 27 years and has organized of Community Chess Programs and Chess Camps for over 15 years. Grades 1-6. Fee $170.

    Camp Dates:
    July 30-Aug 3; 9:00AM-12:00PM

    Intermediate Chess Camp
    For kids that know the basic rules of chess, but would like to advance their game.
    Participants will be introduced to tournament style play. Instruction will begin with a quick recap of special moves and draw situations. This includes castling and en passant. Then further instruction will cover learning standard openings, playing with a plan, applying intermediate and advanced tactics, and executing endgames. Game analysis will aid in instruction. The session will conclude with a mini tournament.
    This camp will be run by Glenn Segal, current Science Teacher and Chess Coach at Cockeysville Middle School. Mr. Segal has been in education for 27 years and has organized of Community Chess Programs and Chess Camps for over 15 years.  Grades 3rd-8th. Fee $170.00.

    Camp Dates:
    July 30-Aug 3; 1:00PM-4:00PM


  • Club SciKidz Camps

    Club SciKidz Young Physicians
    Make NO bones about it; this camp is for the aspiring “Young Physician”. Campers will learn that their bodies are miles of blood vessels, hundreds of muscles, many thousands of hairs, a furnace, a filter, AND a fancy computer! Your Young Physician will really have a pulse on the human body with this camp! Campers receive their own stethoscope and percussion hammer. Ages: 6-10. Fee: $195.00.
    If there is a future doctor in your house-this is the camp for them!
    Sample Projects: ?Building a Lung Model! Testing for Germs! Build a Spinal Column! Skin Prints! Experiments in Anatomy and Physiology!

    Camp Dates:
    July 9-13; 9:00am-12:00pm

    Club SciKidz Camp Cosmos
    oin us as we race across the Milky Way with twenty astronomy projects! This is the camp that your child will be talking about for a long time! Do you have a rocket scientist in your family?
    Sample Projects: ?Experiment with screaming balloon rockets! Use Solar Glasses! Construct and Use a Star Finder! Build a Telescope! Build and launch an airburst rocket!
    In addition: Create a glow in the dark model of Saturn, design a UV bracelet, build a sun dial, model our solar system, and so much more! Ages: 6-10. Fee: $195.00.

    Camp Dates:
    July 9-July 13; 1:00pm-4:00pm

    Club SciKidz JR Meteorologist
    Campers will become meteorologists for the week and discover why our weather changes! Jr. Meteorologists will measure and record rainfall, create a water cycle wheel, build a weather station, learn about the Greenhouse Effect, create a terrarium, design their own tornadoes, create “snow” during the summer and more! Before you know it, Jr. Meteorologist will be on the 6 o’clock news doing the weather!
    In addition: Campers will end the week demonstrating the three states of matter by making and eating some delicious ice cream. Throughout the week they will take home projects that include: sun prints, UV beads, a wind vane, anemometer, and a very cool rain stick! Ages: 6-8. Fee: $195.00.

    Camp Dates:
    July 23-July 27; 9:00am-12:00pm

    Club SciKidz Sea Adventure
    Arrrrrrrg! Welcome Me Hearties! Calling all Marine biologists!
    Camp Sea Adventures is a super-sized version of our former Camp Jolly Roger. Campers will explore the crystal blue oceans studying the structure of our oceans, marine life, and environmental issues.
    In addition to our oceanography experiments and activities, no sea adventure would be complete without some pirate escapades in search of gold, gems, and of course, some buried treasure.
    Sample Projects:
    The Ocean Zone Discovery Model, Map Making, Knot Tying, Ocean Wave Bottle, Shark Tooth Necklace, Urchin Wind Chime, and Shark Survey just to name a few. An exciting week with a total of 20 make and take projects!
    Ages: 5-8. Fee: $195.00.

    Camp Dates:
    July 9-July 13; 1:00pm-4:00pm
     
    Club SciKidz Stop Motion Explosion
    Stop Motion is an incredibly fun, hands-on way to make amazing films, using a variety of materials and objects such as clay, LEGO figures and other everyday materials.
    In this camp young filmmakers will learn the science of film and animation. Stop motion animation was first used in early films such as King Kong and the silent pictures especially when it came to special effects. We provide campers with storyboard techniques, script writing, set design ideas, character development, film angles, lighting, special effects, and methods to add titles and rolling credits.
    Campers will also learn how to use armature-based figures. If you are living with the next Stephen Spielberg, your little director won’t want to miss this camp! Ages: 6-10. Fee: $195.00.

    Camp Dates:
    August 6-August 10; 9:00am-12:00pm

    Club SciKidz JR RPG Game Design
    Make your role-playing games come to life! Our RPG Maker camp shows 6-8 year old campers how to create their very own epic role-playing game where they will battle fierce monsters prowling in a dungeon. Campers will learn what RPG is, the history of RPG, all the basics, the character, and all aspects of the game.
    Club SciKidz uses RPG Maker VXAce which features:
    • A drag-drop interface
    • Library of characters
    • Tile-based environments
    • Enhanced map editor
    • Built-in character generator with custom sprites and faces
    • Custom items and weapons
    • Full inventory of weapons and armor
    Ages: 6-10. Fee: $195.00.

    Camp Dates:
    August 6-August 10; 1:00pm-4:00pm
     

     
  • Driver's Education

    Driver's Education
    Take advantage of this convenient way to complete your driver's education on the campus of Loyola Blakefield.  Conducted by "Mr. Wiggs" of Roland park Driving School, this state certified program is a two week session.  This 36 hour course includes 30 hours of classroom training and theory, as well as 6 hours of driving instruction.  The course also includes free pick-up from home or Loyola Blakefield for the driving portion of the program. Fee $450.00

    Camp Dates:
    Session 1: June 11-June 22; 9:00AM-12:00PM
    Session 2: June 11-June 22; 1:00PM-4:00PM
    Session 3: June 25-July 7; 9:00AM-12:00PM (Closed on July 4)
    Session 4: June 25-July 7; 1:00PM-4:00PM (Closed on July 4)
    Session 5: July 9-July 20; 9:00AM-12:00PM
    Session 6: July 9-July 20; 1:00PM-4:00PM
    Session 7: July 23-Aug 3; 9:00AM-12:00PM
    Session 8: July 24-Aug 3; 1:00PM-4:00PM
  • Energy Performing Arts Co. by Jillian Bauersfeld: AMPED Up! Summer Camp

    Energy Performing Arts Co. by Jillian Bauersfeld: AMPED Up! Summer Camp
    The Energy: Performing Arts Camps were founded in 2008 by Jillian Locklear Bauersfeld. Over the past 9 years a creative team of talented professional artists and teachers, who have a love for children, have worked  to spread ENERGY and passion for the youth performing arts. AMPED UP! is the next level in summer performing arts camps. An intensive week to hone all their performance skills while tackling a junior version of Broadway musical.  They will SING....They will DANCE ...and They will ACT!!! and of course they will 'CATCH THE ENERGY'! AMPED UP! is EPAC's next level in summer camps. This 5 day intensive introduces performers to the rigors of a junior Broadway production. A high voltage week for performers to hone their skills in acting, singing and dancing and end the week in a showcase performance for family and friends.   No previous experience require.
     
    Ages: 9-13. Fee: $320.

    Camp Dates:
    ALADDIN, JR: SESSION #1 - JUNE 25-29
    SHREK, JR: SESSION#2 - JULY 23-27

  • Enrichment: Arts, Cooking, Photography, Music, and Cooking

    Half Day Lunch Option: If you are interested in signing your camper up for two half day camps, you should also register them for lunch as an add on option to either camp.  This will ensure a smooth transition from morning camp, to a supervised lunch provided in our dining facility, and transition to their afternoon camp session.

    Art
    Young Rembrandts teaches drawing, the basis of all visual arts, in a fun and nurturing setting that ensures success for every child. Each summer we offer workshops that combine basic drawing techniques, portraiture and cartooning skills by exploring different themes and subject matters. Students will improve core learning skills while delving into a favorite subject matter. So join us in our special summer pastel workshop coupled with themed cartooning! Ages 8-14. Fee $165.00

    Camp Dates:
    July 9-July 13; 9:00AM-12:00PM

    Ceramics Studio
    Create an art piece that will last a lifetime!  Artists will explore hand-building techniques  with clay to create works of art that are historical, functional as well as sculptural. Glazing and other painting techniques will be used to create ceramic art that is meaningful, decorative and useful. This wonderful new camp will be taught by Renee Whelehan, former Art instructor from Baltimore County and current instructor for Baltimore County Recreation and Parks. Grades: Rising 3rd-7th Graders. Fee: $185.00.

    Camp Dates:

    June 18-June 22; 9:00AM-12:00PM

    Art of Nature
    Campers will explore nature and the environment through two-dimensional painting and three-dimensional sculpture experiences. Activities will include outdoor "plein air" landscape painting on canvas inspired by Claude Monet, outdoor land art from found objects as well as "Litter Bug" sculptures inspired by artist, Mark Oliver that are made from trash. This wonderful new camp will be taught by Renee Whelehan, former Art instructor from Baltimore County and current instructor for Baltimore County Recreation and Parks. Grades: Rising 3rd-7th Graders. Fee: $165.00.

    Camp Dates:
    July 16-July 20; 9:00AM-12:00PM


    Cooking
    In this fun and exciting new cooking experience campers will learn Gift Making from the Kitchen.  They will learn creative and yummy gifts that they can easily make themselves. Experiences from this camp last a lifetime.  These future chefs will be under the watchful eye of Amy Phillip. Ages 8-16. Fee: $190.00

    Camp Dates:
     
    June 11-June 15; 9:00PM-12:00PM
    June 18-June 22; 1:00PM-4:00PM


    Magic of Mythology: Gods and Goddesses
    This interactive camp will explore the wonderful world of Greek and Roman mythology, focusing on the stories about the gods and goddesses.  We will also learn the ancient Greek alphabet and some basic Greek and Latin vocabulary as it relates to the myths.  We will practice our storytelling skills, practice for our own Olympics, and do creative projects. Grades: Rising 7th and 8th graders. Fee: $160.00.

    Camp Dates:

    June 18- June 22; 9:00AM-12:00PM

    Magic of Mythology:  Heroines and Heroes
    This interactive camp will explore the wonderful world of Greek and Roman mythology, focusing on the stories about the heroes and heroines like Hercules and Atlanta.  We will also learn the ancient Greek alphabet and some basic Greek and Latin vocabulary as it relates to the myths.  We will practice our storytelling skills, practice for our own Olympics, and do creative projects. Grades: Rising 7th and 8th. Fee: $160.00.

    Camp Dates:

    June 25-June 29; 9:00AM-12:00PM

    Photography
    The camp will teach kids the basics of photography, from a technical and an artistic point of view.  They will gain an understanding of how a camera works, how to avoid common mistakes, how to create great images and learn the basics of lighting and composition. The camp will cover the basic fundamentals of photography and cover the basics of exposure (ISO, shutter speed, aperture) white balance settings and depth of field. We will also focus on the key principles of photography, which are lighting and composition. Campers will need a DSLR camera with ISO, shutter speed and aperture. Ages 10-14. Fee $170.00.

    Camp Dates:
    June 25-June 29; 9:00AM-12:00PM

    Videography
    Attention all future film makers.....in this fun and exciting camp future vidoegraphers will learn how to film fun stories from beginning to end! They will learn framing and lighting shots to film cool footage with their video camera.  They will have fun using microphones and different audio equipment to create an amazing video.  They can use any camera with video capabilities. No previous experience necessary. This camp will be run by our amazing Loyola alum, Donovan Eaton with Donovan Eaton Photography. Ages 10-14. Fee: $170.00.

    Camp Dates:
    June 25-June 29; 1:00PM-4:00PM

    ROCK n’ RECORD. Rock Band Sessions
    An intensive, week-long program where students form a band, create music, and record their creation. From the first day, students will write original music and begin rehearsing together. Harmony, melody, and rhythm will be discussed as they relate to the songs the students are interested in writing. The last day of camp will take place at The Music Space, a professional recording studio in downtown Towson, where students will record their songs. Students of all experience levels are welcome to join. Led by Justin Levy of The Music Space www.themusicspace.com. Grades 6-10. Fee: 175.00.

    Camp Dates:
    June 18- June 22; 9:00AM-12:00PM

  • Extended Care- Before and After

    Before Care:
    Morning Extended Care is offered daily from 7:30am-9:00am.  It is located on the second floor of Knott Hall.  Morning activities include video games, board games, ping pong and other supervised activities.
    The cost is $40.00 per week. 
    After Care:
    Afternoon Extended care is offered daily from 4:00pm-5:30pm.  It is located on the second floor of Knott Hall or in the Performance Gym on the main level . Activities include supervised time in the gym, video games, board games, movies and other activities. The cost is $40.00 per week. 
  • Health and Wellness

    Health & Wellnes
    Twinkle Twinkle Yoga Yoga 'Health & Wellness Camp' offers children the opportunity to exercise both their palates and their bodies in a fun-filled camp. Participants will learn how nutrition and health-focused activities can be fun practices to incorporate in their daily lives. They will sample different combinations of garden-fresh produce as both foods and juices(shakes/smoothies), learning how the nutrients in the foods they consume can strengthen the wellness of their growing bodies. Activities include daily light fitness and movement and stretching for children – yoga for kids – to illustrate the connection between eating well and building a healthy mind and body.  A mindful art project concludes the morning session opening pathways to become more 'grounded' in everyday life.  Be ready for camp-acquired healthy behavior to rub off on others in your home! Coed, ages 6-10, limited to first 12 children. Fee: $190.00
    Instructors: Michael Dent '88, Founder, Twinkle Twinkle Yoga Yoga
    Camp Dates: 
    July 23-27; 9:00AM-12:00PM
    August 6-August 10; 9:00AM-12:00PM
  • I'm The Chef Too! Cooking Camps

    I’m The Chef Too! is locally owned and operated in Ellicott City, MD. It was created by classroom teachers whose goal is to combine the love of cooking and infuse it with educational concepts in the kitchen. We strive to transform common core standards into delicious recipes, making cooking and learning fun, engaging, and tasty!

    Half Day Lunch Option: 
    If you are interested in signing your camper up for two half day camps, you should also register them for lunch as an add on option to either camp.  This will ensure a smooth transition from morning camp, to a supervised lunch provided in our dining facility, and transition to their afternoon camp session.

    Kitchen Adventures Camp
    Travel back in time and learn about our history! Become paleontologists and study the different species of dinosaurs, blast off into outer space and learn about our solar system and planets, or even step into the shoes of a geologist and explore geodes and the science behind how rocks and crystals are formed. Each recipe is an adventure that is sure to keep you on your feet! Ages: 6-8. Fee $190.00.

    Camp Dates:

    July 16-July 23 9:00AM-12:00PM

    Dinosaur Discoveries Camp
    Explore the world of dinosaurs and become a junior paleontologist with your favorite foods! Discover fossils, behaviors, adaptations, and habitats of your favorite dinosaurs through hands on fun. Create 3D dinosaur cookies, build a T-Rex out of cake, make Jurassic amber snacks, and mix up other tasty treats! Ages: 6-8. Fee $190.00.

    Camp Dates:

    July 16-July 20;1:00PM-4:00PM

    Hogwarts School of Culinary Magic Camp
    Come relive the excitement of Harry Potter’s adventures with magical recipes in our kitchen! With a dash of mystery and a pinch of creativity, you’ll conjure up magical treats, snacks, and potions! Don’t miss out on the chance to experience the wizarding world of culinary concoctions! Ages: 8-12. Fee $190.00.

    Camp Dates:

    July 30-August 3 9:00AM-12:00PM

    The Steam Lab Camp
    Join us as we transform our kitchen into a tinker lab where children are inspired to build like an engineer, question like a scientist, create like an artist, and deduce like a mathematician all through the world of cooking! Watch their excitement as they develop all of their creations in the kitchen and then dig in with a spoon and enjoy!Ages: 8-12. Fee $190.00.

    Camp Dates:

    July 30-August 3 1:00PM-4:00PM












  • LEGO/Cyber Science/Robotics/Drone

    Half Day Lunch Option: If you are interested in signing your camper up for two half day camps, you should also register them for lunch as an add on option to either camp.  This will ensure a smooth transition from morning camp, to a supervised lunch provided in our dining facility, and transition to their afternoon camp session.

    Cyber Science MS
    Ever wonder exactly how your mobile device is able to access the internet?  What exactly is inside a computer anyway? Do you want to learn what it takes to defend our country from cyber-attacks? Consider joining Loyola Blakefield’s Cyber Science camp this summer.  During the week you will learn about how technology actually works and the skills needed to defend our nation from cyber-attacks and intrusions.  Some of the topics to be introduced include:  cyber science principles, computing devices and their architecture, IP networks, steganography, and operating system defense of Windows and Linux based systems.  Please note – no previous computing experience is necessary to join this program.  All instruction will be conducted in the Loyola Cyber Science Lab in Xavier Hall. Fee: $165.00

    Camp Dates:
    July 30-Auguust 3; 9:00AM-12:00PM


    Cyber Science US
    Ever wonder exactly how your mobile device is able to access the internet?  What exactly is inside a computer anyway? Do you want to learn what it takes to defend our country from cyber-attacks? Consider joining Loyola Blakefield’s Cyber Science camp this summer.  During the week you will learn about how technology actually works and the skills needed to defend our nation from cyber-attacks and intrusions.  Some of the topics to be introduced include:  cyber science principles, computing devices and their architecture, IP networks, steganography, and operating system defense of Windows and Linux based systems.  Please note – no previous computing experience is necessary to join this program.  All instruction will be conducted in the Loyola Cyber Science Lab in Xavier Hall. Grades 8-10. Fee: $165.00

    Camp Dates:
    July 30-August 3; 1:00AM-4:00PM

    Drone Academy
    This innovative summer camp involves a morning of learning to use math, science, and engineering skills to model, build and fly their own drone. Participants will have the opportunity to learn from FAA licensed pilots from Global Air Media. This hands-on experience will engage students on multiple levels, providing them with a foundation
    and proven path to drum up excitement about STEM-related education and careers, as well as the many career opportunities emerging in drone industry. At the end of camp, each child will be able to take home their drone to practice and showcase their skills! Ages 8-13. Fee: $330.00.

    Camp Dates:

    August 6-10; 9:00AM-12:00PM


    Elementary School Programming I
    Kids will learn computer programming using Tynker and Code.org. During camp, students will think creatively while learning programming basics. By the end of the camp, these budding programmers will be able to put their imagination and creativity into the form of a computer program. This class is a great introduction into basic computer programming. Developed specifically for kids grades 3-5, Computer Programming camp is a great introduction into coding and logic-based thinking. No previous programming experience is needed. Fee: $165.00

    Camp Dates:

    June 18-June 22; 9:00AM-12:00PM


    Middle School Programming II
    Kids will learn computer programming using Scratch software (developed by MIT) and Code.org. During camp, students will think creatively while learning programming basics. By the end of the camp, these budding programmers will be able to put their imagination and creativity into the form of a computer program. This class is a great introduction into basic computer programming. Developed specifically for kids Grades 6-8, Computer Programming camp is a great introduction into coding and logic-based thinking. No previous programming experience is needed. Fee: $165.00

    Camp Dates:

    June 18-June 22; 1:00PM-4:00PM

    Invention Convention
    Campers will explore the engineering process as they complete a variety of STEAM-related (Science, Technology, Engineering, Art, and Math) projects. We will explore some of the basic principles of physics including gravity, forces, and motion. Budding engineers will be designing cars to protect a very fragile passenger during a car crash. Pinball wizards will learn about levers and inclined planes while creating their own personalized pinball game. Additional activities will encourage creative problem solving, teamwork, and curiosity. Join me for a fun, hands-on experience! Rising grades 4-6. Fee: $165.00.

    Camp Dates:
    July 23-July 27; 9:00AM-12:00PM

    Robotics
    Campers will spend time building and modifying simple machines using the VEX IQ platform which is the platform used by grades 6-12 within the Loyola Robotics Program.  With that foundation, students will move on to build a basic robot that functions in teleoperated mode (remote control) and add original object manipulator assemblies to participate in a team-based competitive challenge such as robot soccer. In the following days, campers will experiment with pre-programmed sensor functions and then complete individual programming challenges to customize sensor functions.  Finally the teams will compete against each other using the 2017-2018 VEX IQ game called Ring Master.  This camp is run by our Head Robotics coach, Mrs. Jenn Pearson and assistants include members of our award winning competitive Robotics Team. Grades 3-6. Fee: $165.00.

    Camp Dates:
    July 16-July 20; 9:00AM-12:00PM


    STEM Lego I
    Give your imagination a boost with tens of thousands of LEGO parts! Build engineer-designed projects such as: Cities, Garbage Trucks, Catamarans, and Dinosaurs.  Design and build as never before, and explore your craziest ideas in a supportive environment.  There are no prerequisites for this course.  New and returning students can explore the endless creative possibilities of the LEGO® building system with the guidance of an experienced Play-Well instructor. Ages 5-7. Fee: $190.00

    Camp Dates:

    June 25-June 29; 9:00AM-12:00PM 


    STEM Challenge with LEGO
    Power up your engineering skills with Play-Well TEKnologies and tens of thousands of LEGO®! Apply real-world concepts in physics, engineering, and architecture through engineer-designed projects such as Catapults, Pneumatic Cranes, Arch Bridges, and Battletracks! Design and build as never before, and explore your craziest ideas in a supportive environment. An experienced instructor will challenge new and returning students to engineer at the next level. Ages 8-12. Fee $190.00

    Camp Dates:
    June 25-June 29; 1:00PM-4:00PM

    Play-Well TEKnologies: Ninjaneering with LEGO Camp
    JEDI Engineering with LEGOEnter the world of Ninjago and become an apprentice Ninjaneer! Learn the way of Spinjitzu, build the Fire Temple, race Skull Trucks, and encounter the mighty Dragon! Imagine and build unique and fun LEGO projects with the guidance of an experienced Play-Well instructor while exploring the fantasy world of Ninjago.
    Ages 6-7. Fee $190.00

    Camp Dates: 
    July 23-July 27; 9:00AM-12:00PM


    Play-Well TEKnologies: Ninjaneering Masters with LEGO Camp 
    Master the world of Ninjago by becoming a Ninjaneer! Tame the Ice Dragon, motorize your Blade Cycle, design the Dark Fortress, and hone your Spinjitzu battle skills! In this advanced LEGO camp, Ninjaneering masters will learn real world concepts in physics, engineering, and architecture while exploring the fantasy world of Ninjago.
    .. Ages 7-12. Fee $190.00

    Camp Dates:
    July 23-July 27; 1:00PM-4:00PM
  • Magic: The Gathering Gaming Camp

    Magic: The Gathering is a collectible fantasy-role playing card game enjoyed by over 20 million people worldwide.  In this camp, students will learn the fundamentals of deck construction and gameplay, and will build and play decks in a different format each day, including sealed-deck, draft, commander, and modern or standard constructed.   No previous experience is necessary, but if you already play, bring your best decks to the table in order to playtest and improve them.   The club is run by English teacher Mr. Brendan Bailey.  Ages 11-15. Fee $160.00.

    Camp Dates:
    June 25-June 29: 9:00am-12:00pm.
  • Mr. Bond and the Science Guys

    Half Day Lunch Option: If you are interested in signing your camper up for two half day camps, you should also register them for lunch as an add on option to either camp.  This will ensure a smooth transition from morning camp, to a supervised lunch provided in our dining facility, and transition to their afternoon camp session.



    Funky Physics
    Physics is the science of how things move, so we will be studying aerodynamics, movement through water, and even movement on other planets! The campers will get to build air crafts, bouncy balls, and their own pinball machine! Ages 5-12. Fee: $190.00

    Camp Dates:
    July 9-July 13; 9:00AM-12:00PM

    Crime Scene Investigations
    At this camp the campers are in detective training! The campers will uncover fingerprints and footprints, learn about the importance of eyewitness testimony, and solve riddles and clues in pursuit of solving a crime scene! At the end, all of the kids will take home their forensics kit and their very own detective badge! Ages 5-12. Fee $190.00

    Camp Dates:
    July 9-July 13; 1:00PM-4:00PM


    Crazy Chemistry
    Mr. Bond and the Science Guys direct this camp.  Great for ages 5-12 Budding chemists conduct hands on experiments connecting real world situations with chemistry principles. Students will learn about the elements on our mega Periodic Table, make Elephant Toothpaste, freeze fruit with liquid nitrogen and fashion a 30 foot geyser. Bubbling potions, chemical reactions and explosions! Ages 5-12.  Fee $190.00

    Camp Dates:
    June 18-June 22; 9:00AM-12:00PM

    Earth, Wind & Fire Camp
    This camp is everything environmental! We will make a copy of a dinosaur tooth, dig for gems and geodes, and learn about the awesome benefits of LIVE worms! We'll talk about the water and air cycles, and do lots of fun experiments in nature! Ages 5-12.  Fee $190.00

    Camp Dates:
    June 18-June 22; 1:00PM-4:00PM

    Space & Rocketry
    Mr. Bond and the Science Guys run this camp. Space Camp provides kids with the opportunity to learn about life in space. Campers will learn about the Earth, neighboring stars, planetary motion, and everyone will take home a different rocket ship each day! Ages 5-12. Fee: $190.00

    Camp Dates:
    July 16-July 20; 9:00AM-12:00PM

    Kitchen Chemistry
    This camp is all about the chemistry of every day foods in the kitchen! Campers will learn about states of matter, dissolving, and melting.  Campers will learn about how the ingredients work together in common foods and build all new favorite recipes! Tons of yummy take-homes! No common allergens will be included in the ingredients. Ages 5-12. Fee: $190.00

    Camp Dates:
    July 16-July 20; 1:00PM-4:00PM


    Robot Building Camp
    This camp is perfect for kids who like taking apart electronics and building their own robots! Each day the kids will get to build robot kits and take home new bots.  And, of course, bot battles galore! Additional cost to cover cost of robots. Ages 7-12. Fee: $220.00.

    Camp Dates:
    July 30-August 3: 9:00AM-12:00PM


    Engineering Earth Camp
    In this camp campers will do bridge building and experiment with the best methods of architecture.  The campers will get to build their own new world with all the best future technologies, like solar and wind power! Ages 5-12. Fee: $190.00.

    Camp Dates:
    July 30-August 3; 1:00PM-4:00PM

    Science of Art
    All of the science experiments in this camp will create a work of art to take home! From tie-dye to ice sculptures, this camp is the perfect blend of rainbows and eruptions! This camp is run by Mr. Bond and the Science Guys. Ages: 5-12. Fee: $190.00.

    Camp Dates:
    August 6-August 10; 9:00AM-12:00PM

    As Seen on Youtube

    All new this year, Mr. Bond and the Science Guys return with this fun and exciting camp.  In this camp, the campers will take the most popular online experiment sensations and bring them to life! Campers will get to recreate some of the most exciting experiment compilations on the internet, in a safe, fun setting! Ages 5-12. Fee: $190.00.


    Camp Dates:

    August 6-August 10; 1:00PM-4:00PM















     
  • Sports

    Half Day Lunch Option: If you are interested in signing your camper up for two half day camps, you should also register them for lunch as an add on option to either camp.  This will ensure a smooth transition from morning camp, to a supervised lunch provided in our dining facility, and transition to their afternoon camp session.


    All Sports
    Quench your thirst for all sports in this fun multisport camp. This camp is designed to provide exposure and basic instruction in a number of different competitive activities. Activities include softball, football, basketball, volleyball, tennis, swimming, dodgeball, bocce, soccer, kickball, as well as individual and team challenges. These camps will be directed by Loyola's Strength and Conditioning Coach, Greg Baker. Ages 7-14. Fee: $160.00

    Camp Dates:

    June 25-June 29; 1:00PM-4:00PM
    Aug 6-Aug 10; 1:00PM-4:00PM


    Archery
    Lauren Urban will lead archery camp which is designed for beginning and intermediate archers. Learn the correct and safe way to become an archer. All equipment will be supplied so please do not bring your own. Detailed information will be given on how to purchase the right equipment for you at the end of camp. Lauren is president of Oriole Archers in Baltimore. She has been shooting competitively for the past 12 years and holds coaching certification from the National Archery Association. She is a high school science teacher. Ages 10-16. Fee: $160.00
    Camp Dates:
    June 25-June 29 9:00AM-12:00PM
    July 16-July 20; 9:00AM-12:00PM
    July 30-August 3; 9:00AM-12:00PM

    Backyard Games Week
    Everyone enjoys a backyard barbecue and all of the fun games played right in your backyard!  These games will include: corn hole, badminton, horseshoes, capture the flag, spike ball, ultimate frisbee, lawn checkers and many more fun and competitive games. This camp will be run by Greg Baker, Loyola's Strength and Conditioning Coach. Ages 7-14. Fee: $160.00.

    Camp
    Dates:
    July 23-July 27; 1:00PM-4:00PM

    Baseball
    Success in baseball is dependent upon the execution of fundamentals. This program provides extensive instruction of the game’s fundamentals. A game is played each day. Mike DelGaudio, who has taught and coached at Blakefield for the last 28 years, and has coached at CCBC for the last 10 years, directs this camp. Ages 7-14. Fee: $160.00

    Camp Dates:
    June 25-June 29; 9:00AM-12:00PM
    July 16-July 20; 9:00AM-12:00PM
    July 23-July 27; 9:00AM-12:00PM


    Basketball
    Playing in a state-of-the-art field house, with four basketball courts, basketball camp at Loyola is designed to improve the fundamental offensive and defensive skills of each player in a fun, yet competitive setting. The camp is geared to improve the skills of the beginning player and the more advanced player. The camp is run by Loyola's Varsity Head coach, Josh Davalli. Ages 6-15.  Fee $315.00 (lunch included)

    There are four basic goals of the camp:
    1. Each camper has an enjoyable experience
    2. Each camper loves the game more by the end of the week
    3. Each camper improves his/her skills
    4. Each camper learns how to continue that improvement after the camp.

    Camp Dates:
    July 16-July 20;9:00AM-4:00PM
    July 30-Aug 3; 9:00AM-4:00PM

    Beach Week Sports Camp
    Life at the beach.....this week's fun filled activities will include all games played at the beach.  The week will include volleyball, bocce, paddle ball competitions, ultimate frisbee, can jam, outdoor bowling, beach pong, beach ball boogie, beach ball hockey, and of course water activities in the pool. This camp will be run by Loyola's Strength and Conditioning Coach, Greg Baker. Ages: 7-14. Fee: $160.00.

    Camp Dates:
    July 9-July 13; 1:00PM-4:00PM


    Cross Country Camp- Two Weeks
    The Loyola Cross  Country Camp, coached by Mr. Jose Albornoz- Loyola Blakefield Varsity Head Coach, is a two week running camp designed for students (boys and girls) ages 12-17.  Runners will practice mornings from 8:00am-10:00am at a variety of sites.  Training will cover basic warm up, cool down, and stretching routines with a mix of long runs, short runs, track work with both long and short intervals and timed repeats. Ages 12-17. Fee: $220.00.

    Camp Dates:

    June 18-June 29; 10:00AM-12:00PM

    Jerry Savage Basketball Academy
    The Jerry Savage Basketball Academy is for 6th-8th graders as of Fall 2018.
    Proper basketball fundamentals will be taught, emphasized and reinforced at all times in training drills.

    The program will be run in Loyola Blakefield's state of the art four court gym/field house on Tuesdays throughout the summer months. Each week the boys will work on fundamentals of the game through drills and fun competitions. Fundamentals will include ball handling, passing, shooting form, defensive stance, and footwork. 

    The Jerry Savage Basketball Academy will be run by Loyola Blakefield Freshman basketball Coach Brian Plunkett and Michael Savage, son of legendary Loyola basketball coach Jerry Savage. Plunkett has been coaching basketball at all levels from Kindergarten through the Varsity level for 40 years with 24 years of officiating local high school games. 

    Savage coached with his father at Loyola on the JV and Varsity levels. 

    Dates:
    Tuesday, June 12
    Tuesday, June 19
    Tuesday, June 26
    Tuesday, July 10
    Tuesday, July 17
    Tuesday, July 24
    Tuesday, July 31

    Time: 6:00 - 8:00 PM

    Fee: $180 for 6 sessions
    There are seven sessions as an options to allow for vacations.
     
    Fencing-Beginners and Competitive Camps
    This half-day camp introduces the camper to the exciting, lightning fast Olympic sport of fencing. Instructed by experienced coaches and members of the USFA and certified by USFCA, students will learn the basics of footwork and blade technique in all three Olympic weapons: foil, epee, and saber. Emphasis is placed on developing stamina, coordination, and speed for both attack and defense. From Day 1, campers will be encouraged to safely put their newly acquired skills to the test in age-appropriate bouting scenarios. All that's required is a water bottle, athletic shoes and long sweatpants (only for actual bouting); masks, gloves, jackets and fencing weapons are provided.
    The camps will be directed by Coach Soufiane. Coach Larbi Soufiane is a three time Moroccan National fencing champion; two championships in foil, one in epee, as well as a 2nd place finish in saber. Larbi represented Morocco at international competitions, including the Mediterranean Games. He trained in Casablanca, using the French fencing system. In 1986 Larbi moved to Connecticut, where he coached at Fat Dog Fencing Club and the Wallingford recreation department. He is a member of USFA and certified by USFCA. Ages 7-16. Half Day Fee $190.00 and Full Day Fee $325.00

    Camp Dates:
    Beginners Camp: July 9-13; 9:00AM-12:00PM (ages 7-14)
                                August 6-10; 9:00am-12:00pm (ages 7-14)

    Competitive Camp: July 9-July 13; 9:00am-4:00pm (ages 10-16)
                                   August 6-10; 9:00am-4:00pm (ages 10-16)

    Field Hockey
    The Girls Field Hockey Camp is aimed to include players of all skills levels. It will encompass essential field hockey skills while further the player’s skills set. The camp will underline skills such as; field work, footwork, positioning, shooting, and most importantly team work. Every day will be an enriching experience that will promote the knowledge of field hockey in a positive, and fun environment. This camp will be run by Caitie Leubecker. Caitie has played at the high school level and currently coaches for the In. She plans to provide a fun, positive, and enriching experience to the camp. Ages 8-14. Fee $160.00

    Camp Date:
    July 30-Aug 3; 5:00PM-8:00PM

    Football
    This camp features fundamental skills to be applied on the offensive and defensive sides of the ball. Campers receive expert, individual instruction through the camp with an emphasis on technique, including skills such as blocking, positions, stance and start, passing technique, receiving, and more. The football camp is directed by Loyola Blakefield's Varsity football coach, Anthony Zehyoue.  Coach Zehyoue has served as Assistant Varsity Coach for the past two seasons.  He graduated from Louisiana State University where he played as a defensive lineman from 2004-07. He was a member of the 2007 National Championship team. Ages 8-14. Fee $315.00  (Lunch included)

    Camp Dates:
    June 18-June 22; 9:00AM-4:00PM
    July 23-July 27; 9:00AM-4:00PM

    Magis Summer Girls Basketball
    Magis Summer Girls Basketball is for rising 2nd, 3rd & 4th grade girls looking to train and play in an advanced yet fun, supportive and nurturing environment. Proper basketball fundamentals will be taught, emphasized and reinforced at all times in training drills and pick-up games.
     
    The program will be run in Loyola Blakefield's state of the art four court gym/field house on 5 Wednesday's throughout the summer months. Each week the girls will work on fundamentals of the game through drills and fun competitions and then end the evening by getting split up into teams and playing organized pick-up games. Fundamentals will include ball handling, passing, shooting form, defensive stance, footwork and will advance to more advanced topics such as man to man defense and related concepts.
     
    Magis Summer Basketball Program will be run by Loyola Blakefield assistant varsity basketball Coach Mike Lackner. Lackner has been coaching basketball at all levels from Kindergarten through the Varsity level for 23 years. Lackner has been an assistant varsity basketball coach at Loyola Blakefield since 2003.
     
    Camp Dates: Wednesday Nights 
    June 20
    June 27
    July 11
    July 18
    July 25

    Time: 6:00pm-7:15pm
    Fee: $95 ($75 if you register before May 1st)  


    Golf
    This incredible camp provides junior golfers with the tools to improve their fundamentals and enjoy this great game for a lifetime. Campers gain an understanding of where their strengths lie and how to continue improving. Directed by Loyola Blakefield's Junior Varsity Coach, Ms. Pat O'Hara, this camp develops skills for nearly every facet of golf. From your grip and swing, to club selection and shot making, campers learn the necessary fundamentals to establish and improve their game. The camp includes trips to nearby golf courses. Ages 8-13. Fee $210.00

    Camp Dates:
    June 18-June 22; 9:00PM-1:00PM


    Lacrosse(Boys)
    The camp will be lead by members of the coaching staff of Loyola and players to teach the fundamentals of lacrosse in a fun and competitive environment.
    The camp is designed for all levels of players. Campers will learn individual skills, including stickwork, footwork, dodging. Ages 8-15. Fees  $315.00 (Lunch included)

    Camp Dates:
    July 9-July 13; 9:00AM-4:00PM

    Lacrosse (Girls) 
    The Girls Lacrosse Camp is designed for players who range from beginner to three years experience and who are interested in focusing on improving their basic skills and general positional skill development. Players will also receive instruction on position specific skills. Skills, concepts and game situations will be instructed through drills, small games and team completion. Loyola’s camp will be directed by Alexis Cross, currently an Assistant Coach at East Carolina University. Lexi played for the James Madison Dukes from 2012-2015. She was a four-year letter winner and three-time All Colonial Athletic Association honoree. She was also named International Women's Lacrosse Coaches Association All-South region in 2014 and 2015. Tabbed as the Duke's top defender in 2015, Cross earned a spot in the IWLCA North-South Senior All-Star game, where she represented the South.  As a senior, Cross led JMU to its first CAA Championship and NCAA Tournament appearance since 2011.  She is currently in her third year coaching Division I Women's Lacrosse at East Carolina University and is a member of the Philly Force/United Women's Lacrosse League.  Ages 8-16. Fee $160.00

    Camp Dates:
    July 30-August 3; 9:00AM-12:00PM

     
    Outdoor Games
    Do you like Capture the Flag, Kickball, Football, Wiffle Ball, Soccer, Ultimate Frisbee, Tailgate Games, Bocce and Scavenger Hunts? Want to try Kingball and the Human Knot? This fun-filled camp will be run by a member of Loyola's faculty and is designed to be fun for boys and girls of all ages while building teamwork and getting exercise. Ages 7-13. Fee $160.00

    Camp Dates:
    June 18-June 22; 1:00PM-4:00PM
    July 30-August 3; 1:00PM-4:00PM


    Soccer
    Lee Tschantret, Head Coach for Varsity Soccer at Loyola High School, directs these camps. Lee was captain of the U.S. National Futsal Team, played in the 2007 Pan Am Games, a CONCACAF Gold Medal Winner and Futsal World Cup Player. He has played professional soccer, both indoor and outdoor for over 20 years. The director of Loyola Soccer Camps is an educator and coach of the game with professional, as well as international experience. Coach Lee holds a USSF A coaching license, he was voted Maryland, NSCAA Coach of the Year 2012 and is currently receiving his Masters in Coaching Education.
    The soccer camp curriculum offers challenges within a nurturing learning environment. This program provides opportunities to grow and improve for both beginning players and premier athletes. The mission is to generate passion for the game through technique, tactics, and fun. Whether players are just learning the basics of the game, or preparing for accelerated levels of play, Loyola Soccer Camps delivers fun-fillay)ed and intensive soccer education and training. Ages 6-14. Fee $315.00 Full Day(Lunch included) and $160.00 Half Day

    Camp Dates:
    June 18-June 22; 9:00AM-4:00PM
    June 25-June 29; 9:00AM-4:00PM 
    July 9-July 13; 9:00AM-12:00PM 
    August 6-August 10; 9:00AM-4:00PM

    Softball
    Don't miss out on this summer softball camp! Learn skills of the game with fun and interactive teaching stations. Dulaney HS varsity assistant coach, Tom Melito, a 24 year veteran BCPS outdoor science teacher, began his softball coaching career at St. Paul's School for Girls and is currently the assistant coach of the Dulaney HS 2017 #2 ranked metro team which finished 17-3. Campers will leave with improved hitting, bunting, fielding, and baserunning skills. Grab your sunscreen, your glove and bat, bring lots of water and let's play ball!
     Ages 8-14. Fee $160.00 

    Camp Date:
    July 30-August 3; 9:00AM-12:00PM

    Tennis

    Have great fun while learning to play the game of tennis. Campers learn basic skills and techniques and participate in singles and doubles matches. Skills include forehand, backhand, volleys, overheads, and serving. These camps will be directed by members of Loyola Blakefield's Tennis Coaching Staff, former and current Loyola players. Beginner, intermediate, and advanced players are welcome. Ages 8-14. Fee $160.00

    Camp Dates:
    June 11-June 15; 9:00AM-12:00PM
    June 18-June 22 9:00am-12:00PM
    July 9-July 13; 9:00AM-12:00PM
    July 16-July 20; 9:00AM-12:00PM
    July 23-July 27; 9:00AM-12:00PM
    July 30-August 3 9:00AM-12:00PM

    Ultimate Water Games Week
    In the heat of the summer, the best pool is the best place to be! Many of this week’s activities are centered around our wonderful swimming pool.  These water filled activities include: water polo, basketball, volleyball, water balloon activities, and many more!! This camp will be run by Loyola's Strength and Conditioning Coach, Greg Baker. Ages: 7-14. Fee: $160.00.

    Camp Dates:
    July 16-July 20; 1:00PM-4:00PM

    Volleyball
    Camp will focus on the individual skills of serving, passing, setting , attacking, blocking and defense. There will be information on the latest strength training and plyometric exercise techniques. Learn how to improve your vertical jump and hitting power. Campers will learn volleyball team concepts. Emphasis will be given to learning various offensive and defensive systems including the 6-2 and 5-1 offense, use of the middle attacker and complex swing and slide offenses. The camp will be directed by Loyola's Varsity Head Coach, Mr. Tim Baier. Ages 12-17. Fee $315.00 (Lunch included)

    Camp Date:
    July 23-July 27; 9:00AM-4:00PM





     
  • Summer Camp Lunch Menu

    Monday                       Tuesday           Wednesday                 Thursday         Friday
     
    Grilled Hot Dog
    Potato Chips
     
    Fried Chicken Tenders, served with Fries
     
    House made Pizza, served with Potato Chips
     
    Cheese Burgers, served with Fries
     
    Fried Chicken Patty Sandwich, served with Potato Chips
     
    Chef’s Choice Vegetarian option
     
    Chef’s Choice Vegetarian option
     
    Chef’s Choice Vegetarian option
     
    Chef’s Choice Vegetarian option
     
    Chef’s Choice Vegetarian option
     
    Fresh Fruit, whole or diced
     
    Fresh Fruit, whole or diced
     
    Fresh Fruit, whole or diced
     
    Fresh Fruit, whole or diced
     
    Fresh Fruit, whole or diced
     
    Chef’s Choice Dessert
     
    Chef’s Choice Dessert
     
    Chef’s Choice Dessert
     
    Chef’s Choice Dessert
     
    Ice Cream Dessert
     
     

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  • Mrs. Chantal Cross 

    Director of Auxiliary Services and Co-Curricular Activities
    (410) 823-0601 Ext 328
500 Chestnut Ave. Towson, MD 21204
Ph: 410-823-0601