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CLICK HERE TO VIEW OUR 2021 VIRTUAL and in-person GILMAN SUMMER! PROGRAMS.

Please note: Registration for on-campus camps or classes will close two weeks before the first day of camp.

 

Programming available in JuNe through august 2021

Enrichment and skill building programs for girls and boys grades K-12 designed and taught by Gilman faculty and field experts.

Courses include art programs, SAT prep classes, science, math, and foreign language.

Gilman School Summer Session does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, religion, national or ethnic origin, sexual orientation, gender, or disability.

Contact

Should you have any questions concerning Summer Session courses or enrollment, please call or write:
410.323.3800

Kip digges

Director of Summer Session
ext. 627
kdigges@gilman.edu

Click on the following summer program title for information:

Get ready for Volleyball tryouts! This year Gilman Volleyball will run a 4-day indoor camp/league aiming to get you ready for JV tryouts. We will combine skill development drills with a mini-league competition every day. New teams will be drafted daily. Space is limited to 28 students to ensure enough playing time and reps for everyone.
  • Boys, entering grades 9 -10 (looking to make JV)
  • Dates: July 26 - 29 (No camp Friday)
  • Time: 4:00 p.m. - 6:30 p.m. Cost: $200
  • Location: Old Gym (ON CAMPUS)
  • Instructor: Diego Matorras, Head Coach Gilman Volleyball

To register:

  1. Complete the online registration, and
  2. Make payment to Diego Matorras via this link *registration deadline is July 11 (if spots are still available)

Have you ever wondered how crime is solved? How can a single hair land a person in jail? How can DNA exonerate a person from a crime? These are some of the questions we will explore using the science behind forensic investigations. Students will learn how to process crime scenes, analyze hair and fibers, fingerprints, and documents left at the scene. We will look at some landmark cases that have shaped the way we process crime scenes. In this course, students will learn about forensic techniques used and applied at crime scenes. The content, while advanced, is challenging but created in a way that is interesting and engaging with age-appropriate topics for students. Register here.

Coed, ages 10 - 14
Capacity: 15
Session Dates: June 21 - 25
 

Time: 11:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m.
Fee: $125
Location: VIRTUAL

Instructor: Taushaunna Patience, Gilman Middle School Science Teacher

In this course, students will create characters, solve puzzles, fight monsters, and work with other students in typical dungeons and dragons fashion. We will use the main website for dungeons and dragons, D&D Beyond, to kick start the adventure with character creation. The first day mostly will revolve around ensuring all camp members are set and ready to go.
If possible, campers should try to create their characters before camp begins. Click here to get started. 

Also, students will need to access the Dungeons and Dragons online dice roller site if they do not own a set of dice on their own. - Click here for information on the dice. Each week will feature its own unique adventure for registered students. Register here
 
Coed, ages 11 - 15 or entering grades 6 - 10
Capacity: 7
Week 1 Dates: June 14 - 18
Morning Session: 10:00 a.m. - 11:30 p.m.
Afternoon Session: 2:00 p.m. - 3:30 p.m.
 
Week 2 Dates: June 21 - 25
Morning Session: 10:00 a.m. - 11:30 p.m.
Afternoon Session: 2:00 p.m. - 3:30 p.m.

Fee: $100
Location: VIRTUAL
Instructor: Zack Anderson, Gilman Alum ‘20
 
*Zack Anderson has facilitated Dungeons and Dragons sessions for the past few years. He is excited to share his gaming knowledge with interested students whether they are beginners or have prior experience.

This year Gilman Volleyball will run a 4-day outdoor volleyball camp (Grass Volleyball) for students interested in learning more about the sport. Each day is going to consist of drills and playtime focused on specific skills or aspects of the game. This is also the perfect opportunity to start preparing for try-outs for the coming Fall. Participants can expect a lot of growth and a lot of fun.

Coed, entering grades 5 - 10
Dates: June 14 - 17 (No camp Friday) Registration Closed 
Time: 9:00 a.m. - 11:30 a.m.
Cost: $200 (before May 1)
Location: Campbell Field (ON CAMPUS)
Instructor: Diego Matorras, Head Coach Gilman Volleyball

To register:
Complete the online registration, and
make payment to Diego Matorras via this link.

Contact information:
Diego Matorras
Cell - (410) 929-2841
email: charmcityvba@gmail.com

Gilman’s Upper School is offering a Spanish Language Review & Preview for students heading into levels I, II, and III  of their language. In this summer session, students will get a review of some foundational language mechanics to set them up for success in their language classes. We will also talk about organizational and note-taking strategies for their language classes. Students will get an introduction to who they are as learners and will get some specific studying approaches based on their learner profile. They will come away with a language resource pack that they will use during the summer dates and that can serve as a resource throughout the school year.
 
This summer course is designed for:
1. Students heading into Spanish I, II, III, and IV who consistently struggled to grasp linguistic concepts and/or structures.
2. Students who did not meet or narrowly met the expectations required for promotion to the next level of Spanish study.
3. Students who are completely new to the study of modern languages.
 
Coed, entering grades 9-12
Dates: August 9-20
Time: 1:00 p.m.-3:00 p.m.
Fee: $500
Location: On Campus, Upper School Spanish Classrooms (Lumen Center)
Instructors: Clare Brennan and Matt Zealand, Gilman Upper School Spanish teachers