Summer Programs

Day Camp

Belonging. Creativity. Fun.

Summer at Severn Day Camps provide a safe and stimulating environment for students as young as age 3 1/2 through those entering fifth grade. Our week-long sessions are made up of fun and educational activities centered on a different weekly theme. Each group is led by Severn's own faculty and staff along with a team of enthusiastic counselors who provide constant and careful supervision from the first moment your child arrives to their last hug goodbye.

Camp Announcements

Day Camp Age Groups

Each age group will participate in the Summer at Severn weekly theme assigned to that particular week. Campers should select the grade they will be entering in the Fall of 2018. Day camp runs from 9:00 am - 3:00 pm, Monday through Friday.

  • Little Admirals - age 3.5-5 (preschool - prekindergarten)
  • Blue Crabs - Kindergarten - 1st grade
  • Terps - 2nd and 3rd grade
  • Orioles - 4th grade
  • Rockfish - 5th grade
If target camper enrollments are not met by the start of camp, some age groups may be combined.

NEW: On Mondays and Wednesdays, campers in the Orioles and Rockfish age groups (4th and 5th grade) can participate in an archery activity taught by Severn Middle School Archery Instructor Mr. Dan Mahoney from 12:00-1:00 pm! Parent permission form and acknowledgment are mandatory. Please email for more details.

2018 Camp Themes and Prices

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  • Week 1: On the Road Again!

    Dates: June 25-June 29 2018
    Cost: $250.00

    Grab your passport and let's get "On the Road Again!" Campers will select a state or country and work in small groups to create their own passport, construct a map, and research information about their chosen location including fun facts, history, local animals, food, and culture.

    On Friday, campers will “travel” to each location with a fellow camper as their guide. Pack your gear and get ready to explore ... passports will be stamped!
  • Week 2: Stars and Stripes Go Green!

    Dates: July 2-July 6 (no camp Wednesday, July 4)
    Cost: $200

    Everything for this special week is red, white and blue ... but we will be adding a little green too! We will use recycled materials to make a wide array of July 4th crafts and decorations, including tie-dye t-shirts, rain sticks, hats and jewelry and much more. The week will end with a patriotic parade showcasing the handmade colorful creations of our campers!
  • Week 3: Our Animal Planet

    DatesJuly 9 - July 13
    Cost: $250

    Let's explore the world of animals by traveling around the globe and learn why animals from all habitats do the things they do. We will identify animals living in the sun-scorching desert, travel through the leafy forest and swampy jungle, and go all the way to the freezing tundra. How do they survive and thrive in their special environments? Discover the many different and unique worlds of animals!
  • Week 4: Admirals Art Studio

    Dates: July 16-July 20
    Cost: $250

    Campers will create their very own masterpieces for display in their art museum. We will create, paint, sketch, tie-dye and decorate a variety of objects from blank canvases, flower pots, and bird feeders to pillowcases, t-shirts, and anything else your camper can imagine!

    Projects will be displayed on Friday, all are invited to attend the art museum. 
    Use your imagination to create a masterpiece!
  • Week 5: Full STEM Ahead!

    Dates: July 23-July 27
    Cost: $250

    Calling all scientists, engineers, and coders! Get ready to use imagination, innovation, and teamwork to explore natural phenomena in our mysterious world! Campers will apply natural curiosity and hands-on learning to unravel the
    mysteries of scientific exploration using critical thinking and design.

    We are moving full "STEM" ahead.... join us to design, construct and test objects in the wind tunnel, explore "squishy" circuits, and discover fun coding activities. 
  • Week 6: Score! Sports Galore

    Dates: July 30- August 3
    Cost: $250

    It's all about teamwork this week. Campers will create a team name and colors, a mascot and cheer their teams on at the "championship" on Friday. They will make team T-shirts, create cheers, and work together to learn the importance of teamwork! Activities will include indoor and outdoor games where everyone is a winner!

What to Wear and Bring

Campers should bring a *non-perishable lunch (no refrigeration provided), snack, and a refillable water bottle each day. Campers who are pre-registered for swimming should also bring a towel, swimsuit, and sunscreen. No open-toed shoes, please. Please include camper’s name on all items brought to camp. *Please note that the Chesapeake Campus is a nut-free campus. 

Transportation (to and from pool)

For campers that are pre-registered for swimming, transportation to and from the pool is in accordance with the Severn School Motor Vehicle Safety Policy and Maryland Youth Camp state regulations. The policy may be viewed at online registration.

Day Camp Daily Schedule

9:00 - 9:10 Camper Arrival & Attendance
9:15 - 9:30 Camp Happenings Instructors will announce the daily activities related to the weekly theme so campers are up to speed on everything that’s happening for the day and begin the first activity.
9:30 - 10:00 Attend Group Morning Meeting in Theater Our energetic counselor crew lead this vibrant session to rally the campers, with games, songs and "counselor of the day," a camper favorite each day!
10:00 – 10:15 Snack
10:15 - 11:00 Continue Morning Themed Activity
11:00 - 11:30 Mid-Morning Outdoor Play/Themed Games
11:30 - 12:00- Lunch
12:05 - 12:20 Change for the pool, depart and transport /on-campus water activities (**optional archery activity for 4th and 5th graders on M/W — parent permission  required)
12:30 – 1:30 M/W/F Water Play, T/Th Pool
1:45 - 2:00 Return from pool/change/organize gear
2:00 - 2:55 Afternoon Group Activity/Campers' Choice
2:55 - 3:00 
Camper Dismissal or escort to the Extended Care Program

Outdoor Play for Every Child

It is important for all children to be active and outside each day. Campers will have free time outside on our playground and sports fields several times a day. Many weekly activities and games will be conducted outside, weather permitting.


Chesapeake Campus campers who would like to participate in swimming twice a week must sign-up during registration. Campers will not have the option of adding swimming to their registration after camp has already started. 

For campers who have pre-registered for the activity, we will travel to North Severna Park Pool on Tuesday and Thursday for an hour of supervised swim time. Campers who would like to swim should bring a swimsuit, sunscreen and a towel. We will also have supervised activities on Chesapeake Campus for campers who are not registered to swim.

Chesapeake Campus Before and After Care

Extended hours are offered from 7:30 - 9:00 am and 3:00 - 6:00 pm at the Chesapeake Campus.

Registration may be for the morning, afternoon, or both. A limited number of drop-in spaces will be available each day for a fee of $11 per hour, payable on a daily basis.

If not pre-registered for Extended Hours, campers who are brought to campus 15 minutes early or 15 minutes after camp, will be entered into the Extended Hours program. Parents will be billed the "drop-in" fee of $11 per hour. The Extended Day program ends promptly at 6 pm. If campers are not collected by 6 pm, parents will be billed an additional late fee of $40 per quarter hour after 6 pm. Families must pre-register and pre-pay for the Extended Hours plans.

TIMES             RATE (per camper per week)
7:30 - 9 am     $68
3:00 - 6 pm     $135
3:00 - 5 pm     $90
3:00 - 4 pm     $45
“Drop-in”          $11

*** There is no before and after care for Teel Campus camps

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