Summer Programs

Summer Camps at Loyola Blakefield

We are looking forward to welcoming campers back to campus for Summer at Blakefield this year with our new and improved facilities! Registration is now live for our 2022 summer camps. Be sure to check back for additional updates regarding our full array of camp offerings.

LIST OF 2022 SUMMER CAMPS

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  • Extended Care & Half-Day Lunch Option


    Half-Day Lunch Option
    Cost: $45 per week

    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 between their morning camp session, a supervised lunch provided in our dining facility, and their afternoon camp session.


    Extended Care


    Before Care is available from 7:30 a.m. to 9:00 a.m.
    Cost: $40 per week

    After Care is available from 4:00 p.m. to 5:30 p.m.
    Cost: $40 per week

    Before and After Care Combo
    Cost: $70 per week


  • Academics


    Geometry Course
    June 13 – July 15 (AM Session)
    Cost: $900

    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. The course will be taught in-person and attendance is mandatory for the five week session.

    Loyola Blakefield students may only take this course with prior permission from the Math department chair.


    The Two Cities Religion Course

    June 13 – July 18 (Virtual AM Session)
    Cost: $900

    The Two Cities will use a humanities-based approach to examine the rich legacy of Catholic political thought throughout human history. We will examine the challenges of Modernity through the lens of the Theologico-Political problem, as well as St. Augustine’s understanding of the “City of Man,” and the “Heavenly City.” The course will underscore the Bishops’ call to address how Christ’s mission continues through the Church. Topics may include Justice, natural right, faith and reason, Athens and Jerusalem, Modernity, and Christian Revelation (Divine love).

    This is a full credit course and will be taught online through Microsoft Teams by Mr. Jesse Harris. Class will not be held on 7/4 and 7/5.


    SAT Prep Course

    July 11–22 (PM Session)
    Cost: $425

    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. The math portion of the class will be taught by Mr. Jose Albornoz and the English portion of the class will be taught by Dr. Jane Donovan.


    College Essay Writing Workshop
    June 20–24 (AM Session)
    Cost: $180

    College application workshops are great summer courses for high school students. Many high school students use the summer season to polish their college applications. After all, you can’t fully plan for college until your application has been submitted and accepted. The summer gives you ample time to work on your college application, preparing each credential thoughtfully to highlight your accomplishments.

    Our college application workshop is held for one week in June for rising high school seniors only. You will be guided through the process of how to write an excellent application essay. During these lessons, the instructors will assist you with outlining, developing, and revising the essay. You will be offered writing expertise and constructive feedback to improve the quality of your essay.

    Our goal is to help students craft a substantial application essay that will truly impress colleges. By the end of the workshop, you’ll have at least one completed college application essay under your belt. You will also gain insights into the application process, which can be invaluable for your journey towards college. 

    This course is open to Loyola Blakefield students only. 

  • Driver's Education


    Driver's Education
    Dates Listed Below (AM & PM Sessions)
    Cost: $425

    Take advantage of this convenient way to complete your driver's education on the campus of Loyola Blakefield. Conducted by 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 six hours of driving instruction. The course also includes free pick-up from home or Loyola Blakefield for the driving portion of the program.

    Session 1: June 6 – June 17; 9:00AM – 12:00PM
    Session 2: June 6 – June 17; 1:00PM – 4:00PM
    Session 3: June 20 – July 1; 9:00AM – 12:00PM 
    Session 4: June 20 – July 1; 1:00PM – 4:00PM
    Session 5: July 11 – July 22; 9:00AM – 12:00PM
    Session 6: July 25 – August 5; 9:00AM – 12:00PM

  • Enrichment


    Cooking
    June 20–24 & July 25–29 (PM Sessions)
    Cost: $195
    Co-Ed Ages 8–14

    Campers will learn classic culinary techniques, from sushi to truffles, all the way to food science. Alongside Loyola's two Executive Chefs, who combined have 34 years of experience in the culinary industry, campers will leave the course with an abundance of new culinary skills, as well as a recipe packet to continue learning at home. Learning culinary skills early in life is a valuable and necessary resource that this camp will provide.


    Intro to Cyber Science
    July 27 – July 1 (AM Session)
    Cost: $190
    Grades 6–8

    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.


    Cyber Science Challenge
    June 27 – July 1 (PM Session)
    Cost: $190
    Grades 8–10

    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.


    Beginner's Chess
    July 25–29 (AM Session)
    Cost: $185
    Grades 2–6

    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 29 years and has organized of Community Chess Programs and Chess Camps for over 18 years.


    Intermediate Chess
    July 25–29 (PM Session)
    Cost: $185
    Grades 3–9

    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.


  • Mountain Biking


    KIDS Bike Camp

    July 11–15 (AM Session)
    Cost: $200
    Ages 5–8

    Back after a two-year hiatus, we are excited to offer our children’s Bike Camp once more. This is the camp to be in for the little riders out there who may be learning how to ride or who have picked it up and want a little something more. Whether it is basic balance, riding on grass or asphalt, or navigating a woodsy trail, our staff is prepared to help your little guy gain more confidence on their bike and have fun in camp. Our 60-acre campus serves as the backdrop for skills instruction, bike games, and fun activities that take place in this half day camp. We also have access to the pool, gymnasium, and classrooms should there be any foul weather or just to cool off from the summer heat. Come learn to ride your bike better with us, meet new friends, and have a great camp experience.

    Our staff has a combined 40+ years of experience in education and outdoor recreation. Mr. Keeney and Mr. Glorioso run several outdoor clubs on campus, coach the Maryland Interscholastic Cycling League (MICL) race team at Loyola Blakefield as well as their teaching responsibilities. They have been running outdoor clubs and camps for the last two decades respectively and look forward to working with your child(ren) during this week of camp. 

    If you have any questions about an appropriate camp placement for your child, please email Mike Keeney.

    Campers must provide their own bike and helmet.


    Mountain Biking Camp

    June 20–24 (AM & PM Sessions Available)
    Cost: $275 per session
    Ages 8–12

    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.

    Mr. Keeney II and Mr. Glorioso have a combined 38 years of 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.

    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.

    Campers must provide their own bikes and helmets.


    Advanced Mountain Biking Camp
    July 18–22 (Full Day Session)
    Cost: $425
    Ages 13–16

    Designed for the more adventurous mountain bikers who ride all the time and want to grow their skills and expand their trail repertoire, this advanced camp goes beyond the basics. We explore different trail systems daily and ride some of the most challenging terrain, covering several miles before and after lunch. Because of the nature of this camp, spots are limited to keep a safe camper to counselor ratios and we reserve the right to vet all campers prior to acceptance. Riders who have attended our camps in previous years have priority while new camper will be asked to share information and possibly ride with one of our staff prior to acceptance.

    Our staff has a combined 40+ years’ experience in education and outdoor recreation. Mr. Keeney and Mr. Glorioso run several outdoor clubs on campus, coach the Maryland Interscholastic Cycling League (MICL) race team at Loyola Blakefield as well as their teaching responsibilities. They have been running outdoor clubs and camps for the last two decades respectively and look forward to working with your child(ren) during this week of camp.

    While riding is our 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. We have access to a pool, classrooms, and gymnasium at school.

    Transportation is provided daily. We also provide snacks and water. Lunch is brown bag. Campers must provide their own bike and helmet.


  • Sports


    All Sports Camp

    Dates Listed Below (PM Sessions)
    Cost: $185
    Ages 8–14

    Quench your thirst for all sports in this fun multisport/games  camp. This camp is designed to provide exposure and basic instruction in a number of different competitive activities. Activities include softball, basketball, volleyball, tennis, swimming, dodgeball, bocce, soccer, kickball, as well as individual and team challenges. In addition, the camp will offer a variety of game options.

    June 13-17; 1:00PM-4:00PM
    June 20-24; 1:00PM-4:00PM
    July 18-22; 1:00PM-4:00PM
    July 25-29; 1:00PM-4:00PM


    Archery (Co-Ed)
    June 27 – July 1 (AM Session)
    Cost: $185
    Co-Ed Ages 10–14

    This camp is an introduction to Olympic recurve archery. Campers will learn about shooting, score keeping, and archery safety while playing archery games during the week. Campers will also work on setting goals and improving their skills. During breaks from archery lessons, campers will go swimming and play other games. This camp is for boys and girls entering grades 5–8.


    Archery (Girls)
    July 11–15 (AM Session)
    Fee: $185.00
    Ages 10–14

    This camp is an introduction to Olympic recurve archery. Campers will learn about shooting, score keeping, and archery safety while playing archery games during the week. Campers will also work on setting goals and improving their skills. During breaks from archery lessons, campers will go swimming and play other games. This camp is for girls entering grades 5–8.


    Baseball
    Dates Listed Below (AM Sessions)
    Cost: $185
    Ages 8–14

    Baseball is a game of skill, tactics, and technique. Participants will be offered programs designed to develop young players in all facets of the game. The coaching staff will teach fundamentals throughout the camp, and each day is designed to increase individual skills in an atmosphere that is challenging, competitive, and fun.

    June 13-17; 9:00AM-12:00PM
    June 20-24; 9:00AM-12:00PM
    July 11-15; 9:00AM-12:00PM
    July 25-29; 9:00AM-12:00PM


    Advanced Baseball
    Dates Listed Below (Full Day & PM Sessions)
    Cost: $375.00* (Full Day) or $170.00 (Evening)
    Grades 5–8

    This Camp will be run by Loyola's Varsity Baseball Coach, Mike Kelly. Coach Kelly just finished his fifth season at Loyola. He has been coaching baseball in the Baltimore area since 1990. Coach Kelly has coached at the collegiate level and in scouting with the Atlanta Braves. He has coached many players who have gone on to play at every level of college and professional baseball. He has also coached four players who have played in the Major Leagues. 

    This camp is for advanced players who have been playing travel baseball. The camp will focus on individual skill development of all skills needed to play the game at the next level. 

    *Lunch is included in the cost of this camp.

    June 27-July 1; 9:00AM-4:00PM
    July 18-22; 9:00AM-4:00PM
    July 25-28; 5:30PM-8:00PM


    Basketball
    July 11–15 & July 25–29 (Full Day Sessions)
    Cost: $375*
    Co-Ed Ages 6–15

    Playing in a state-of-the-art field house with four basketball courts, this camp 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.

    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.

    *Lunch is included in the cost of this camp.


    Jerry Savage Basketball Academy
    Tuesday Evenings from June 14 – July 26
    Cost: $190 for 6 Sessions
    Grades 6–8

    Proper basketball fundamentals will be taught, emphasized and reinforced at all times in training drills. The program will be run in Loyola Blakefield's main gym 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 high school 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. 
     
     
    Dodgeball, Dodgeball, & More Dodgeball Camp
    July 11–15 & July 18–22 (PM Sessions)
    Cost: $185
    Ages 8–14

    This camp offers a variety of thrilling dodgeball games. These activities are fun, educational, and involve teamwork, strategy and true skills. Learn how to duck, dive, dip, chuck, and DODGE a ball like a champ. This camp will also include water dodgeball for those that would like to cool off in our pool while still playing this amazingly fun game. The camp will be run by our own king of dodgeball, Anthony Zehyoue, Loyola's varsity football head coach.


    Flag Football & Football Games Galore Camp
    July 11–15 & July 18–22 (AM Sessions)
    Cost: $185
    Ages 8–14

    This camp introduces a wide range of skills throughout the week including passing, receiving and de-flagging, with a strong focus on the rules of the game. Each day ends with small-sided games where the coaches encourage good sportsmanship and teamwork.
    Participants will develop an understanding of offensive and defensive plays, and be encouraged to implement these skills into realistic scrimmages and gameplay situations.

    Flag football summer camp is appropriate for players ranging from beginners to those already well-versed in the sport. Groups are separated by age and ability to ensure all players flourish in a positive learning environment while having a great time! Campers will also play other varieties of the games indoors, outdoors, and in the pool!


    Football
    June 27 – July 1 (Full Day Session)
    Cost: $375*
    Ages 8–14

    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.
     
    *Lunch is included in the cost of this camp.


     
    Loyola Golf Academy
    June 27 – July 1 & July 11–15 (AM Sessions)
    Cost: $235
    Ages 8–14

    Loyola Blakefield is happy to announce that the junior academy will now be directed by Varsity Golf Coach Mike Messina. Mike is also a PGA Teaching Professional with 23 years experience teaching junior golfers. He looks forward to passing on his knowledge and love of the game to golf’s future! 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. 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. Pick-up and drop-off will be at Loyola Blakefield. 


    Lacrosse (Boys)
    June 20–24 & June 27 – July 1 (Full Day Sessions)
    Cost: $375*
    Ages 8–14

    The camp is designed for all levels of players. Campers will learn individual skills, including stick work, footwork, dodging, shooting, and individual defense. Campers will practice these drills in an up-tempo environment. In addition, campers will learn team concepts and compete in a number of game-like situations, and they will have the opportunity to earn a number of prizes. The goal of the camp is to inspire players to continue to improve and to teach the concepts that have led Loyola to consistent success. The camp will be directed by Loyola's Varsity Lacrosse Coaching Staff.

    *Lunch is included in the cost of this camp.



    Dons Lacrosse Prospect Camp
    July 11–14 (PM Session)
    Cost: $170
    Grades 6–9

    The camp is designed for experienced/club players. This evening camp will be run similar to a varsity MIAA practice and with a focus on player development. The camp is for rising 6th to rising 9th graders. The camp will be designed to take skills to the next level in a competitive environment. The camp will be directed by Loyola's Associate Head Varsity Coach, Stephen Abrams and assistants.

     
    Outdoor Games
    June 27 – July 1 (PM Session)
    Cost: $185
    Co-Ed Ages 8–14

    Do you like Capture the Flag, Kickball, Wiffle Ball, Soccer, Ultimate Frisbee, Tailgate Games, Bocce, and Frisbee Golf? This fun-filled camp is designed to be fun for boys and girls of all ages, while building teamwork and getting exercise.


    Tennis/Pickleball
    July 11–15 (AM Session)
    Cost: $185
    Ages 8–14

    Join us for our first time ever Pickleball camp! This fun and exciting camp will be filled with fun and excitement with the fun game of Tennis and Pickleball. All levels welcome to learn and perfect this fun sport. Have great fun while learning to play the game of Pickleball.

    Campers learn basic skills and techniques and participate in singles and doubles matches. Skills include forehand, backhand, volleys, overheads, serving, and score keeping. The camp will be directed by Loyola Blakefield's Squash Coach, Joe Lacy. Beginner, intermediate, and advanced players are welcome.


    S.C.A.N. (Strength, Conditioning, & Nutrition) Camp
    June 13–17 & July 11–15 (AM Sessions)
    Cost: $150
    Grades 7–12

    Ready to make the leap from freshman and JV levels to varsity? S.C.A.N. Camp is designed to help you hone your attention to detail (technique) and prepare for the physicality of varsity level sports. What if one simply wants to learn the most efficient way to meet your personal fitness goals? S.C.A.N. Camp is also for you. The camp will be led by the head of Personal Training and Development at Johns Hopkins Hospital, Tavon Copes, and Coach Jones. In addition to his role at Johns Hopkins Hospital, Mr. Copes has been a certified personal trainer for over 10 years and currently holds numerous certifications. All attendees will not only receive targeted instruction on building functional strength for their respective sports/activities, but also how proper nutrition will assist them in attaining their fitness goals. Let’s benefit from this wealth of knowledge and spend the rest of the summer transforming into the best version of yourself. 

    Learn more about this camp here.

    This camp is open to Loyola Blakefield students only.
     
     
    Soccer
    Dates Listed Below (Full Day Sessions)
    Cost: $375*
    Co-Ed Ages 6–14

    Lee Tschantret, Head Coach for Varsity Soccer at Loyola Blakefield, 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-filled and intensive soccer education and training.

    *Lunch is included in the cost of the camp.

    June 13-June 17; 9:00AM-4:00PM
    June 20-June 24; 9:00AM-4:00PM 
    August 1-August 5; 9:00AM-4:00PM


    Tennis
    Dates Listed Below (AM Sessions)
    Cost: $185
    Ages 8–14

    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.

    June 13-June 17; 9:00AM-12:00PM
    June 20-June 24; 9:00AM-12:00PM
    June 27-July 1; 9:00AM-12:00PM
    July 18-July 22; 9:00AM-12:00PM
    July 25-July 29; 9:00AM-12:00PM
     

    Volleyball
    June 20–24 (Full Day Session)
    Cost: $375*
    Co-Ed Ages 11–17

    Designed for those who are looking to develop their skills for play at the high school level. Camp will focus on the individual skills of serving, passing, setting, attacking, blocking and defense. Camper will also learn volleyball team concepts. Emphasis will be given to offensive and defensive systems including the 6-2 and 5-1 offense. This camp will be run by Loyola Blakefield's Varsity Head Coach, Mr. Tim Baier.

    *Lunch is included in the cost of this camp.


    Advanced Volleyball
    August 1–5 (AM Session)
    Cost: $185
    Co-Ed Grades 8–10

    Designed for those experienced Volleyball players who have at least one year club or competitive volleyball experience. The camp will focus on preparing players for High School tryouts or competitive league play. Campers will also learn volleyball team concepts. This camp will be run by Loyola Blakefield's Varsity Head Coach, Mr. Tim Baier.


    Water Polo
    June 20–24 (PM Session)
    Cost: $185
    Ages 8–14

    If you love to swim and compete in a fast-paced team sport, then you will love water polo. In this camp, students learn the basic rules and skills of the game, getting plenty of game-time experience. Leading this camp is Loyola’s Varsity Water Polo and Swimming coach, Nick Breschi.


    Wrestling
    July 18–22 (AM Session)
    Cost: $185
    Grades 7–12

    This wrestling camp is for rising 7th graders to rising 12th graders of all ability levels. Coach Jones will focus on the techniques that has helped Loyola Blakefield become one of the best wrestling programs in the Mid-Atlantic region. We will focus on improving or refining techniques in the neutral, top and bottom positions as well as the mental aspect of taking your wrestling to the next level. We will also participate in fun activities such as battle ball, grip game, dodgeball, ultimate frisbee and more.

     

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    Mrs. Chantal Cross 

    Director of Human Resources and Auxiliary Services
    (410) 823-0601 Ext 652

Summer Camp Schedule

500 Chestnut Ave. Towson, MD 21204
communications@loyolablakefield.org
(410) 823-0601