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    Baseball - Varsity

    Home
    Baseball - Varsity vs St. John's Catholic Prep

    Tennis - Varsity Boys

    Canceled
    Away
    Tennis - Varsity Boys vs Boys' Latin

    Tennis - JV Boys

    Canceled
    Home
    Tennis - JV Boys vs Boys' Latin

    REMOTE: US Course Selection & Transition to 12th gr (11th gr PARENTS)

    Parent Meeting to Review Course Request Process & Transition to Next Grade
    Please join US Head Steve Soden, Director of Studies Kelly Wilson, grade deans, and others to discuss 2021-22 course request process, transitions to next grade level, and/or other grade specific topics. This meeting will be held remotely through Zoom from 6:30-7:30pm.

    See the Binnacle for the zoom link.
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    REMOTE: US Course Selection & Transition to 11th gr (10th gr PARENTS)

    Parent Meeting to Review Course Request Process & Transition to Next Grade
    Please join US Head Steve Soden, Director of Studies Kelly Wilson, grade deans, and others to discuss 2021-22 course request process, transitions to next grade level, and/or other grade specific topics. This meeting will be held remotely through Zoom from 6:30-7:30pm.

    See the Binnacle for the zoom link.
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    Baseball - Varsity

    Home
    Baseball - Varsity vs Indian Creek

    Lacrosse - JV Boys

    Home
    Lacrosse - JV Boys vs Mt. St. Joseph's

    Lacrosse - Varsity Boys

    Away
    Lacrosse - Varsity Boys vs Mt. St. Joseph's
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    LS Vision & Hearing Screening

    Please watch The Binnacle for details.

    US & MS First-Wednesday-of-the-Month Delayed Opening

    Severn starts school at 10:00 a.m. on Teel Campus (please see the school calendar). Proctoring begins at 8 a.m. in the supervised Study Hall for those families who need to drop off their child(ren) earlier. Middle Schoolers and Upper Schoolers report to Bauer Dining Hall. There is no charge for this service. Sixth graders are dismissed at 3:00 pm on 2-hour delayed openings.

    Lacrosse - Varsity Girls

    Rescheduled
    Away

    Lacrosse - JV Girls

    Rescheduled
    Away

    REMOTE: US Course Selection & Transition to 10th gr (9th gr PARENTS)

    Parent Meeting to Review Course Request Process & Transition to Next Grade
    Please join US Head Steve Soden, Director of Studies Kelly Wilson, grade deans, and others to discuss 2021-22 course request process, transitions to next grade level, and/or other grade specific topics. This meeting will be held remotely through Zoom from 6:30-7:30pm.

    See the Binnacle for the zoom link.
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    Golf

    Home
    Golf vs Archbishop Curley HS

    Baseball - Varsity

    Away
    Baseball - Varsity vs Pallotti

    Tennis - Varsity Boys

    Away
    Tennis - Varsity Boys vs Calvert Hall

    Tennis - JV Boys

    Home
    Tennis - JV Boys vs Calvert Hall

    Lacrosse - JV Boys

    Away
    Lacrosse - JV Boys vs St. Paul's
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    LS Dress Down Day

    A Dress Down Day is scheduled at the Lower School for Friday, April 9!

    Lacrosse - Varsity Girls

    Home
    Lacrosse - Varsity Girls vs Archbishop Spalding HS

    Lacrosse - Varsity Boys

    Home
    Lacrosse - Varsity Boys vs St. Paul's

    Lacrosse - JV Girls

    Home
    Lacrosse - JV Girls vs Archbishop Spalding HS
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    Track - Boys

    Neutral
    Track - Boys vs St. Mary's

    Track - Girls

    Neutral
    Track - Girls vs St. Mary's
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    LS: Open Doors (week of 4/12-4/16)

    Open Doors is a program designed to engage Lower School students in lessons, activities, and conversations that promote inclusivity. This program, taught by Ms. Renee Spears and assisted by LS Librarian Ms. Kristen Kwisnek, encourages students to reflect upon and celebrate our differences and our similarities. Students enjoy time together to openly discuss their thoughts and feelings as well as listen to the thoughts and feelings of others. 
     
    Last Stop on Market Street
    In this spring's sessions, students will explore the meaning of beauty in all its forms. In a variety of creative activities using different media, students will find beauty in unexpected places.   
     
    Last Stop on Market Street by Matt de la Pena, and illustrated by Christian Robinson, is a lovely, warm picture book, with strong and commendable themes of intergenerational friendship, building community, and finding beauty in unlikely places. It includes other messages as well: inequality (focusing on what you have instead of what you don’t have), the value of helping the less fortunate, and how to grow up to be a good person (as guided by your Nana).  This book also provides an unforgettable lesson in empathy and patience. 

    Lacrosse - Varsity Girls

    Away
    Lacrosse - Varsity Girls vs Mount de Sales

    Lacrosse - JV Boys

    Home
    Lacrosse - JV Boys vs McDonogh
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    LS: Open Doors (week of 4/12-4/16)

    Open Doors is a program designed to engage Lower School students in lessons, activities, and conversations that promote inclusivity. This program, taught by Ms. Renee Spears and assisted by LS Librarian Ms. Kristen Kwisnek, encourages students to reflect upon and celebrate our differences and our similarities. Students enjoy time together to openly discuss their thoughts and feelings as well as listen to the thoughts and feelings of others. 
     
    Last Stop on Market Street
    In this spring's sessions, students will explore the meaning of beauty in all its forms. In a variety of creative activities using different media, students will find beauty in unexpected places.   
     
    Last Stop on Market Street by Matt de la Pena, and illustrated by Christian Robinson, is a lovely, warm picture book, with strong and commendable themes of intergenerational friendship, building community, and finding beauty in unlikely places. It includes other messages as well: inequality (focusing on what you have instead of what you don’t have), the value of helping the less fortunate, and how to grow up to be a good person (as guided by your Nana).  This book also provides an unforgettable lesson in empathy and patience. 

    PreACT, SAT, Transition to College

    On Tuesday, April 13, Severn sophomores will be taking the PreACT in the gym, Severn Juniors will be taking the SAT on campus and the seniors will participate in Transition to College activities.  These activities are only for Severn students. Students must complete the LiveSafe App prior to arriving at school.  Masks must be worn and social distancing will be enforced.  Students should come prepared with several sharpened #2 pencils, erasers and an approved calculator and should arrive at 7:30 am.

    US Freshman Class Activity

    CLASS of 2024 - FRESHMEN
    • Freshmen will be on campus for class bonding activities.
    • Students should arrive by 8 AM.
    • Dismissal will be at 12:00 noon. Please plan accordingly.
    • More details will be provided as the day gets closer.

    REMOTE: Digital Citizenship Presentation with Zach Jahnigen

    6th Grade: 2:25-3:15 pm
    7th and 8th Grade: 1:25-2:15 pm

    Please see Binnacle for details.

    Baseball - Varsity

    Home
    Baseball - Varsity vs St. Paul's

    Tennis - JV Boys

    Rescheduled
    Home

    Tennis - Varsity Boys

    Away
    Tennis - Varsity Boys vs Loyola Blakefield

    Lacrosse - Varsity Boys

    Away
    Lacrosse - Varsity Boys vs McDonogh
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    LS: Open Doors (week of 4/12-4/16)

    Open Doors is a program designed to engage Lower School students in lessons, activities, and conversations that promote inclusivity. This program, taught by Ms. Renee Spears and assisted by LS Librarian Ms. Kristen Kwisnek, encourages students to reflect upon and celebrate our differences and our similarities. Students enjoy time together to openly discuss their thoughts and feelings as well as listen to the thoughts and feelings of others. 
     
    Last Stop on Market Street
    In this spring's sessions, students will explore the meaning of beauty in all its forms. In a variety of creative activities using different media, students will find beauty in unexpected places.   
     
    Last Stop on Market Street by Matt de la Pena, and illustrated by Christian Robinson, is a lovely, warm picture book, with strong and commendable themes of intergenerational friendship, building community, and finding beauty in unlikely places. It includes other messages as well: inequality (focusing on what you have instead of what you don’t have), the value of helping the less fortunate, and how to grow up to be a good person (as guided by your Nana).  This book also provides an unforgettable lesson in empathy and patience. 

    All Divisions Individual Student Portraits

    The Lower, Middle and Upper School will have individual student portraits taken on 4/14 and 4/15. See Binnacle for details.

    8th Graders to Price for Course Selections

    Dear 8th Graders,
    I am inviting you to your course request meeting that will occur on Wednesday, April 14th  at 1:25pm in Price. Ms. Etchison and I will be walking you through the course selection process. The course selections will all occur online. You will also see what courses you have been recommended for next year. Please know that you will have almost a week to talk to your advisors, teachers, and of course your parents, to make the decision on what courses and elective(s) will be best for you to have a successful 1st year in high school! (Course requests will close on Tuesday, April 20th at 1:00pm.)

    Golf

    Away
    Golf vs John Carroll

    Lacrosse - Varsity Girls

    Away
    Lacrosse - Varsity Girls vs Roland Park Country School

    Lacrosse - JV Girls

    Away
    Lacrosse - JV Girls vs Roland Park Country School
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    LS: Open Doors (week of 4/12-4/16)

    Open Doors is a program designed to engage Lower School students in lessons, activities, and conversations that promote inclusivity. This program, taught by Ms. Renee Spears and assisted by LS Librarian Ms. Kristen Kwisnek, encourages students to reflect upon and celebrate our differences and our similarities. Students enjoy time together to openly discuss their thoughts and feelings as well as listen to the thoughts and feelings of others. 
     
    Last Stop on Market Street
    In this spring's sessions, students will explore the meaning of beauty in all its forms. In a variety of creative activities using different media, students will find beauty in unexpected places.   
     
    Last Stop on Market Street by Matt de la Pena, and illustrated by Christian Robinson, is a lovely, warm picture book, with strong and commendable themes of intergenerational friendship, building community, and finding beauty in unlikely places. It includes other messages as well: inequality (focusing on what you have instead of what you don’t have), the value of helping the less fortunate, and how to grow up to be a good person (as guided by your Nana).  This book also provides an unforgettable lesson in empathy and patience. 

    All Divisions Individual Student Portraits

    The Lower, Middle and Upper School will have individual student portraits taken on 4/14 and 4/15. See Binnacle for details.

    REMOTE: MS Talent Show

    The Talent Show is open to all Middle Schoolers who would like to showcase a special interest or ability for the delight and enrichment of their peers. Acts range from singing and dancing, to skits, magic shows, and unique creative displays of art and creativity! All acts will be recorded (video or audio) and compiled into a movie that will be shown to the MS on Thursday, April 15.  Details about submitting videos will be posted on the "Calendar, Clubs, and Events" Topics Page. If you have any questions, please contact Ms. Donovan at k.donovan@severnschool.com
     

    Golf

    Home
    Golf vs AACS

    Lacrosse - JV Boys

    Canceled
    Home
    Lacrosse - JV Boys vs John Carroll

    Baseball - Varsity

    Away
    Baseball - Varsity vs Mt. Carmel

    Tennis - JV Boys

    Away
    Tennis - JV Boys vs Gilman

    Tennis - Varsity Boys

    Home
    Tennis - Varsity Boys vs Gilman
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    LS: Open Doors (week of 4/12-4/16)

    Open Doors is a program designed to engage Lower School students in lessons, activities, and conversations that promote inclusivity. This program, taught by Ms. Renee Spears and assisted by LS Librarian Ms. Kristen Kwisnek, encourages students to reflect upon and celebrate our differences and our similarities. Students enjoy time together to openly discuss their thoughts and feelings as well as listen to the thoughts and feelings of others. 
     
    Last Stop on Market Street
    In this spring's sessions, students will explore the meaning of beauty in all its forms. In a variety of creative activities using different media, students will find beauty in unexpected places.   
     
    Last Stop on Market Street by Matt de la Pena, and illustrated by Christian Robinson, is a lovely, warm picture book, with strong and commendable themes of intergenerational friendship, building community, and finding beauty in unlikely places. It includes other messages as well: inequality (focusing on what you have instead of what you don’t have), the value of helping the less fortunate, and how to grow up to be a good person (as guided by your Nana).  This book also provides an unforgettable lesson in empathy and patience. 

    Senior Day

    Home
    Lacrosse - Varsity Girls vs McDonogh

    Lacrosse - JV Girls

    Home
    Lacrosse - JV Girls vs McDonogh

    Lacrosse - Varsity Boys

    Away
    Lacrosse - Varsity Boys vs John Carroll
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    ACT on campus for Severn juniors only

    The college counseling office will be offering the ACT for Severn JUNIORS ONLY on April 17 in the new gym.  Students must have preregistered for the test, must bring their ACT entrance ticket and must complete the LiveSafe App prior to arriving at school.  Masks must be worn and social distancing will be enforced.  Students should come prepared with several sharpened #2 pencils, erasers and an approved calculator and should arrive at 7:30 am.

    Track - Girls

    Neutral
    Track - Girls
    vs AACS
    Mercy

    Track - Boys

    Neutral
    Track - Boys
    vs AACS
    Mercy
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    LS: Head for the Day

    Henry Kennedy '28 will be the Lower School Head for the Day on Tuesday, April 20, and he has a great day planned for our Lower School students!

    Henry has chosen Tuesday, April 20, as "OLYMPICS DAY".  All Lower School students may dress down in Olympic themed attire, representing the United States or another country of their choice, and/or an Olympic sport, for a $1 donation. 
     
    Funds raised will support Maryland Therapeutic Riding (https://www.horsesthatheal.org/). 
     
    On April 20, lunch will be provided for the Class of 2028 (fifth grade students). Lunch for fifth graders will include Ledo Pizza, drinks, and donuts.  Fifth grade students may also bring lunches from home on this day.
     
    Students in Preschool through Fourth Grade should bring their lunches on this day.
     
    We are looking forward to Henry's special day!

    Lacrosse - JV Girls

    Away
    Lacrosse - JV Girls vs Mount de Sales

    Baseball - Varsity

    Home
    Baseball - Varsity vs Boys' Latin

    Lacrosse - JV Boys

    Home
    Lacrosse - JV Boys vs Archbishop Spalding HS

    Tennis - Varsity Boys

    Home
    Tennis - Varsity Boys vs Mt. St. Joseph's

    REMOTE: Transition to Severn & Course Selection (for families new to Severn 2021-22)

    New to Severn: Parent & Student meeting
    Please join US Head Steve Soden, Director of Studies Kelly Wilson, grade deans, and others to discuss 2021-22 course request process, transitions to next grade level, and/or other grade specific topics. This meeting format will be announced at the beginning of April but please mark your calendars now for this mandatory event.

    *At least one parent/guardian and incoming student must be in attendance.
    See the Binnacle for the zoom link.
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    8th Grade Vision and Hearing Screening

    The Middle School, in cooperation with Anne Arundel County School Health Services, will conduct a Vision and Hearing Screening on Wednesday, April 21st.  All 8th grade students, any students who are new to Anne Arundel County, and any other students whose parents request it (in writing, no later than April 16th) will be screened. You may also request (in writing, no later than April 16th) that your child not be screened if he/she is in a group to be screened. You may send any such written requests via e-mail to Melissa Wienk (m.wienk@severnschool.com)
     
    Please remind your child to wear their glasses/contacts on the April 21st.

    Golf

    Home
    Golf vs Sts. Peter & Paul

    Tennis - JV Boys

    Away
    Tennis - JV Boys vs Mt. St. Joseph's

    Lacrosse - Varsity Girls

    Away
    Lacrosse - Varsity Girls vs Bryn Mawr

    Lacrosse - JV Girls

    Away
    Lacrosse - JV Girls vs Bryn Mawr
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    AIMS Diversity, Equity and Inclusion

    Each year AIMS hosts the Diversity, Equity and Inclusion Conference and themes and speakers are selected by a group of AIMS DEI practitioners who work together throughout the year on this program and others offered by the association.  The 2021 DEI conference will be focused on serving the needs of people of color, allies, and DEI practitioners in our community, rather than on offering introductory content. 
     
    Contact: Mike Glasby

    Golf

    Home
    Golf vs Boys' Latin

    Lacrosse - JV Boys

    Home
    Lacrosse - JV Boys vs Gilman

    Tennis - Varsity Boys

    Away
    Tennis - Varsity Boys vs Archbishop Spalding HS

    Tennis - JV Boys

    Home
    Tennis - JV Boys vs Loyola Blakefield

    Lacrosse - Varsity Boys

    Away
    Lacrosse - Varsity Boys vs Gilman

    Baseball - Varsity

    Away
    Baseball - Varsity vs AACS
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    AIMS Diversity, Equity and Inclusion

    Each year AIMS hosts the Diversity, Equity and Inclusion Conference and themes and speakers are selected by a group of AIMS DEI practitioners who work together throughout the year on this program and others offered by the association.  The 2021 DEI conference will be focused on serving the needs of people of color, allies, and DEI practitioners in our community, rather than on offering introductory content. 
     
    Contact: Mike Glasby

    Middle School Student Leadership in Diversity Conference

    The 2021 Middle School Student Leadership in Diversity Conference (MSSLDC) will take place virtually on Friday, April 23rd. The theme for this year’s conference is "Activating Our Identities, Using Our Voices, & Making Good Trouble"
    At the conference, students from area independent and public schools will come together to learn about and celebrate Diversity, Inclusion, and Social Justice. At this year’s conference the keynote speaker will be André Robert Lee, creator of the film The Prep School Negro. After the keynote, the students will engage in a host of activities facilitated by trained Upper School student facilitators.

    Contact: Mike Glasby

    US Dress Down Day

    Contact: Marc Buckley

    Track - Boys

    Neutral
    Track - Boys
    vs John Carroll
    Mercy

    Track - Girls

    Neutral
    Track - Girls
    vs John Carroll
    Mercy

    Lacrosse - JV Girls

    Home
    Lacrosse - JV Girls vs St. Paul's School for Girls

    US Prom

    See Binnacle for details.
    Contact: Minda Wesley
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    No Class - Professional Development*

    *Given the fluid nature of the pandemic, any dates are subject to change to address new public health concerns, if, and as they emerge. 

    Lacrosse - Varsity Girls

    Home
    Lacrosse - Varsity Girls vs St. Paul's School for Girls
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    US Spirit Week

    Schedule and Daily Themes:
     
    Tuesday April 27th  -- Trendy Tuesday -- Memes, Tiktok,, Celebrities, Trendy Styles/Clothes
    Admiral Hour -- Fine Arts Assembly


    Wednesday April 28th -- Workout Wednesday -- wear your athletic jersey, favorite team jersey
    Morning Meeting -- Class Banner reveal


    Thursday April 29th -- Throwback Thursday -- wear clothing from a previous decade
    Admiral Hour -- Hallway Decoration


    Friday April 30th -- Class Color Day -- Seniors last day
    Admiral Hour -- divided in two: Extended Advisory / Morning Meeting (winners of Spirit Week revealed)

    REMOTE--LS/MS Parent Coffee for incoming 6th Graders

    Join us at 8:30-9:30 am. BYOC (coffee)! Middle School Head Dan Keller invites all parents of incoming 6th graders to learn about the transition to middle school at the Teel Campus.

    Please check Binnacle for zoom link.

    US Fine Arts Assembly

    More details will be available in the Binnacle. 
    Contact: Rob Redei

    Lacrosse - JV Boys

    Away
    Lacrosse - JV Boys vs Boys' Latin

    Baseball - Varsity

    Home
    Baseball - Varsity vs Gerstell Academy

    Tennis - Varsity Boys

    Home
    Tennis - Varsity Boys vs McDonogh

    Senior Day

    Home
    Lacrosse - Varsity Boys vs Boys' Latin

    US Spring Vocal Concert

    More details coming soon. 
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    US Spirit Week

    Schedule and Daily Themes:
     
    Tuesday April 27th  -- Trendy Tuesday -- Memes, Tiktok,, Celebrities, Trendy Styles/Clothes
    Admiral Hour -- Fine Arts Assembly


    Wednesday April 28th -- Workout Wednesday -- wear your athletic jersey, favorite team jersey
    Morning Meeting -- Class Banner reveal


    Thursday April 29th -- Throwback Thursday -- wear clothing from a previous decade
    Admiral Hour -- Hallway Decoration


    Friday April 30th -- Class Color Day -- Seniors last day
    Admiral Hour -- divided in two: Extended Advisory / Morning Meeting (winners of Spirit Week revealed)

    Golf

    Home
    Golf vs St. Mary's

    Lacrosse - Varsity Girls

    Away
    Lacrosse - Varsity Girls vs St. Mary's

    Tennis - JV Boys

    Away
    Tennis - JV Boys vs McDonogh

    Lacrosse - JV Girls

    Away
    Lacrosse - JV Girls vs St. Mary's

    US Spring Instrumental Concert

    More details coming soon.
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    US Spirit Week

    Schedule and Daily Themes:
     
    Tuesday April 27th  -- Trendy Tuesday -- Memes, Tiktok,, Celebrities, Trendy Styles/Clothes
    Admiral Hour -- Fine Arts Assembly


    Wednesday April 28th -- Workout Wednesday -- wear your athletic jersey, favorite team jersey
    Morning Meeting -- Class Banner reveal


    Thursday April 29th -- Throwback Thursday -- wear clothing from a previous decade
    Admiral Hour -- Hallway Decoration


    Friday April 30th -- Class Color Day -- Seniors last day
    Admiral Hour -- divided in two: Extended Advisory / Morning Meeting (winners of Spirit Week revealed)

    Baseball - Varsity

    Canceled
    Away
    Baseball - Varsity vs St. John's Catholic Prep

    Tennis - Varsity Boys

    Away
    Tennis - Varsity Boys vs Friends

    Tennis - JV Boys

    Home
    Tennis - JV Boys vs Friends

    Lacrosse - JV Boys

    Home
    Lacrosse - JV Boys vs St. Johns (DC)
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    US Spirit Week

    Schedule and Daily Themes:
     
    Tuesday April 27th  -- Trendy Tuesday -- Memes, Tiktok,, Celebrities, Trendy Styles/Clothes
    Admiral Hour -- Fine Arts Assembly


    Wednesday April 28th -- Workout Wednesday -- wear your athletic jersey, favorite team jersey
    Morning Meeting -- Class Banner reveal


    Thursday April 29th -- Throwback Thursday -- wear clothing from a previous decade
    Admiral Hour -- Hallway Decoration


    Friday April 30th -- Class Color Day -- Seniors last day
    Admiral Hour -- divided in two: Extended Advisory / Morning Meeting (winners of Spirit Week revealed)

    Lacrosse - Varsity Girls

    Away
    Lacrosse - Varsity Girls vs Garrison Forest

    Lacrosse - JV Girls

    Away
    Lacrosse - JV Girls vs Garrison Forest
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Lower School

Preschool-Grade 5
Chesapeake Campus
1185 Baltimore Annapolis Blvd
Arnold, MD 21012
410-647-7700

Middle/Upper School

Grade 6-12
Teel Campus
Severna Park, MD 21146
410-647-7700