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Friday 5/31 2:30 Dismissal for Middle School

Due to the Upper School Graduation on Friday, May 31st the Middle School will have a 2:30pm dismissal.  There is no After School Program (ASP) on this day.
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Friday 5/31 2:30 Dismissal for Middle School

Due to the Upper School Graduation on Friday, May 31st the Middle School will have a 2:30pm dismissal.  There is no After School Program (ASP) on this day.
Academics
Lower School | K-Gr. 5

Lower School Stories and Photos

List of 4 news stories.

  • The classes of 2019, 2030 and 2031!

    The Best Advice Comes From Unexpected Places

    Last week our kindergarten and first-grade students paid a special visit to the class of 2019 to share their best advice for our seniors as they graduate and move on to college. Offering advice ranging from practical, “make sure to get up on time and work hard,” to endearing, “be kind,” our young students wrote and read each letter aloud to our seniors. Though our oldest and youngest students are separated on two campuses, these moments reveal a shared sense of community and camaraderie that bonds Severn Admirals of any age.
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  • Author Steven Sheinken takes questions from our 4th and 5th grade audience.

    Time Twisters: Author Educates Severn School Students About The Past

    Article by Severna Park Voice journalist Zach Sparks, reprinted with permission
    Severn School students were treated to an atypical lesson on April 22 as they were regaled with tales of Abraham Lincoln as a professional wrestler, Abigail Adams as a Caribbean pirate, and the reckless Benedict Arnold, who, as the kids learned, was a hero before he was a traitor. Those tales came courtesy of author Steve Sheinkin, who traveled from New York to speak with students about his books and the writing process.
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  • Proudly performing for grandparents and friends!

    A Celebration of Severn from One Generation to Another

    Every year we welcome hundreds of grandparents, family members and friends to our school to share the Severn experience with the children in their lives. Students eagerly guide their grandfriends around campus, introduce them to their teachers, and share a bit of what life at Severn is like from day to day. We are grateful to our grandfriends for investing the time and resources necessary to visit and most of all, for taking an active part in shaping what it means to be an Admiral for every student.
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  • 4th grade at the courthouse!

    Learning History Through Empathy

    Have you ever been to a naturalization ceremony? It's a hopeful, dignified event that symbolizes a new chapter in the lives of people who were once only seen as visitors to our country, newly recognized as full citizens with all the accompanying protections and responsibilities. Every year, Severn fourth graders participate in a naturalization ceremony as a culminating activity for their study of immigration and personal heritage. Through this experience, our students not only learn about the path to citizenship, but also develop empathy and a broader understanding of what makes America such a diverse and thriving country.
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Lower School

Preschool-Grade 5
Chesapeake Campus
1185 Baltimore Annapolis Blvd
Arnold, MD 21012

Middle/Upper School

Grade 6-12
Teel Campus
Severna Park, MD 21146