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June 8 - July 17, 2020 (6 weeks)

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, outdoor education, SAT prep classes, science, math, foreign language, and sports camps.

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

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Students will work on still-life and observational drawing exercises that will include fun and relatable subject matter: food, toys, board game pieces, etc. Lessons often evolve into creative finished products that will excite and motivate your young artist. A variety of media will be used, such as graphite, chalk, and watercolor. Students learn from their peers and work in an atmosphere that focuses on studio production and creative output.
 
Coed, entering grades 3 - 9
Dates: June 8 -12
Time: 9:00 a.m. - 3:00 p.m.
Location: Middle School Art Studio
Fee: $540
Instructor: David Anderson, Gilman Art teacher (danderson@gilman.edu)
 
Click here to register about Art: Drawing Studio – Observational Drawing (Coed, entering grades 3 - 9)
Drawing the human face and form can be very intimidating; it is easy to see your mistakes! In this course, students will learn fundamental techniques for drawing and sculpting this subject matter, all designed to break-down these inhibitions. Guided lessons, focusing on observational drawing, will aid students in developing a sense of realism within their work. There will be additional opportunities for students to be expressive in their interpretations. A variety of materials will be utilized during this course, including graphite pencils, charcoal, chalk pastels, and plaster gauze.
 
Coed, entering grades 3 - 9
Dates: June 15 - 19
Time: 9:00 a.m. - 3:00 p.m.
Location: Middle School Art Studio
Fee: $540
Instructor: David Anderson, Gilman Art teacher (danderson@gilman.edu)
Click here to register about Art: Drawing Workshop – Faces and Human Form (Coed, entering grades 3 - 9)
Mark making is an essential step in the development of one's art. The stroke of color with pastel is not unlike a brush filled with paint. Nonetheless, it can still promote trepidation in a young artist. Lessons are constructed to break down the concept that everything needs to be blended seamlessly. Landscapes and outdoor subject matter will be explored utilizing chalk and oil pastels, and then progress to painting with acrylics on canvas.
 
Coed, entering grades 3 - 9
Dates: June 22 - 26
Time: 9:00 a.m. - 3:00 p.m.
Location: Middle School Art Studio
Fee: $540
Instructor: David Anderson, Gilman Art teacher (danderson@gilman.edu)
Click here to register about Art: Pastels and Acrylics (Coed, entering grades 3 - 9)
The work made during this course will focus on images and aesthetics associated with surf, beach, and skateboard culture. All of the projects will have a foundation in drawing and then evolve into paintings and three-dimensional work. One highlight of this course will be building and designing a small Adirondack chair! The wood will be pre-cut and ready for the students to develop their design ideas on the first day of camp. The price of this course reflects material costs. This session will have a limit of 12 students.
 
Coed, entering grades 3 - 9
Dates: July 13 - 17
Time: 9:00 a.m. - 3:00 p.m.
Location: Middle School Art Studio
Fee: $580
Instructor: David Anderson, Gilman Art teacher (danderson@gilman.edu)
Click here to register about Art: The heART of Summer (Coed, entering grades 3 - 9)

Session I  

Ages: 11-18 (girls and boys)
Date: June 22 - June 25, 2020 (4 days)
Time: 4:00 p.m. – 6:30 p.m.
Session 1 Fee: $160 (before March 31st); $180 (after March 31st)


Session II  

Ages: 13-18 (girls and boys)
Date: July 27 – July 31, 2020 (5 days) Time: 4:00 p.m. – 6:30 p.m.
Session 2 Fee: $200 (before March 31st); $225 (after March 31st)


*Early birds register before March 31st for discount

Session 1 & 2 Fee (before March 31st): $325 Fee (after March 31st): $405

Volleyball Camp is back this year for the middle and high school-aged campers for more skilled volleyball players looking to further develop and refine their techniques. Each session is going to consist of drills and playtime focused on specific skills and aspects of the game. This is also the perfect opportunity to prepare for try-outs. Participants can expect a lot of growth and a lot of fun.

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

Click here to register about Charm City Volleyball Academy Summer Camp
Dates: August 10 - 14
Time: 12:00 p.m. - 2:00 p.m.
Location: Upper School Science Building
Fee: $250
Instructor: Jim Morrison, Gilman Upper School science teacher
 
This enrichment course is designed to introduce students to the fundamental concepts of chemistry and to prepare students for the year-long laboratory course. The course will emphasize the topics of atomic theory, atomic structure, periodicity of the elements, molecular structure and behavior, gas behavior, reaction rates, and acid-based equilibrium. Enrolled students must attend the entire week.
Click here to register about Chemistry Enrichment (Gilman Students ONLY; Entering grades 10-11)
Spend a week playing and learning about chess from the Silver Knights chess coaches! Our coaches are highly-rated professional chess instructors. State and national champions have come from our programs, but most of our students are just looking to have fun! Campers are divided into groups by skill level, from total beginners to experienced players. Activities include learning openings, tactics, endgames, studying master games, playing games, and analyzing students' games. There are breaks for snacks and fresh air. A minimum of six students is needed for the course to run.
 
Session 1 Dates: June 22 - 26
Fee: $250
 
Session 2 Dates: July 13 - 17
Fee: $250
 
Time: 9:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m.
Instructor: Silver Knights Enrichment Instructor
Click here to register about Chess Camp (Coed, ages 6 - 12)
Session 1 Dates: August 17 - 20 (No class Friday)
Time: 6:00 p.m. - 8:00 p.m.
Fee: $300
 
Session 2 Dates: August 24 - 27 (No class Friday)
Time: 6:00 p.m. - 8:00 p.m. 
Fee: $300
 
Seniors of the Class of 2021 – Would you like to have at least three essays and one college application completed before school begins? The Gilman Application Essay-Writing Workshop will help you to complete a significant amount of application work within one week. Using the online Common Application, students will be guided through the common app and its essays, at least one college supplement, and at least three essays by the conclusion of the program. Actual essays and writing examples will be used to help guide students through the process of crafting the most effective writing for their applications.
 
Location: Lumen Center Lecture Hall
Instructors: Sarah Ross, Director of College Counseling at Gilman; Justin Baker, Anna Follensbee, and Matt Herman, Gilman college counselors.
Click here to register about College Application Essay-Writing Workshop (Coed, entering grades 12)
This course aims to develop the students' ability to express themselves clearly and thoroughly in written English. It is intended that the students advance their writing techniques by organizing ideas logically or chronologically, writing in succinct paragraphs, using examples to illustrate statements, and conveying ideas to the reader in as much specificity and detail as possible. The students are required to study English grammar and write analytical and creative papers which are re-drafted and revised through a process of peer editing.

Coed, entering grades 9 and 10
Dates: June 8 - 19
Time: 8:00 a.m. - 10:00 a.m.
Location: Middle School
Fee: $500
Instructor: Beth Knapp, Gilman Upper School English teacher 
Click here to register about Composition Workshop (Coed, entering grades 9 and 10)
Session 1 Dates: June 22 - 26
Fee: $275
 
Session 2 Dates: July 13 - 17
Fee: $275
 
Time: 9:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m.
Instructor: Global Air Media, LLC
 
The Global Air Drone Academy (GADA) will conduct a 5-Day Summer Camp that offers youth a hands-on 'STEAM'-based experience into exciting new sport of drone racing. Our curriculum is designed to keep students engaged through fun drone building, coding, and racing activities. Students also learn about emerging drone technology and their applications in the real-world today. Each participant will have the opportunity to build, fly, and take home their own drone at the end of the camp.
Click here to register about Drone Racing and Coding Camp w/ the Global Air Drone Academy (Coed, ages 8 - 15)
Coed, may be taken for credit.
Dates: June 8 - July 17 (No class July 3)
Time: 8:00 a.m. - 10:00 a.m.
Location: Middle School
Fee: $1,200
Instructor: Joseph P. Ciattei, Sr., Gilman Upper School math teacher
Click here to register about Geometry

Dates: June 8-12, 2020
Time: 1:00 p.m.- 4:00 p.m.
Ages: 14-18, boys,
Cost: $225
Camp Director: Jonathan Seal, Head Varsity Soccer Coach
Location: All Camps are held at the Gilman Turf Field (Oval)

The seventh year for GILMAN ELITE SOCCER ACADEMY. This sports camp is for the advanced player who is looking to be challenged. During the week, the players will go through a series of advanced training sessions focusing on possession, attacking as a team, and defending as a team. Each session will end with a scrimmage where we will focus on playing various formations along with different styles of play. Goalkeepers will focus on making the initial save, defending balls served from the flank, defending set pieces, and the various areas of distribution.

Click here to register about Gilman Elite Soccer Academy
Dates: Monday, June 22 - Thursday, June 25 
Time: 8:30 a.m.– 12 p.m. (noon)
Ages: 6-11, boys
Fee: The cost is $200 if registration is paid before June 1, and $220 after.
Location: Gilman Lacrosse field
 
The Gilman Lacrosse Camp is about kids and fun. We are dedicated to teaching the fundamentals of lacrosse in an enjoyable and confidence-building atmosphere, which includes an emphasis on sportsmanship for all our participants and coaches.
Click here to register about Gilman Lacrosse Camp

Ages: 7-17, boys
Dates: June 15 - June 18, 2020
Hours: 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.
Cost: $275
Location: Finney Athletic Center

Campers who attend the 2019 Gilman Wrestling Camp will be grouped by age, weight and sport skill level. The camp will consist of sessions where campers will learn wrestling techniques, followed by free drilling time for campers to practice their newly learned moves with other campers. There will also be plenty of games to go along with the wrestling. These sessions will be led by Bryn Holmes, Gilman’s Head Wrestling Coach, and 2X National Prep Champ.

Click here to register about Gilman Wrestling Camp
Session 1 Dates: July 6 - 10
Fee: $350
 
Session 2 Dates: July 13 - 17
Fee: $350
 
Time: 9:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m.
Instructor: Katie Thomas, Gilman Lower School fifth grade teacher
 
This course is for the student transitioning to the increased academic demands of the fourth and fifth grades. The students will focus on honing their skills in reading critically, writing, studying, and mathematics with an eye to giving them a boost for the upcoming school year. Each student will leave the course with a resource workbook to help them refresh and master skills prior to the upcoming school year.
Click here to register about Lower School Skills Refresher Class (Coed, entering grades 4 - 5)
Coed, entering grades 4 - 5
(if an entering 3rd grader would like to attend, please first contact the instructor)
 
Session 1 Dates: June 15 - 19
Fee: $175 ($300 if registering for both sessions)
 
Session 2 Dates: July 13 - 17
Fee: $175 ($300 if registering for both sessions)
 
Time: 9:00 a.m. - 10:30 a.m.
Instructor: Kate Stratton, Bryn Mawr School Teacher (strattonk@brynmawrschool.org)
 
Lower School students will hone their writing and grammar skills through exposure and activities in a range of writing genres and review activities. Students will write to entertain, persuade, inform, and reflect. We will focus on these main aspects of a well-written piece: ideas, organization, voice, word choice, sentence fluency, conventions, and presentation. Students will get to know themselves and their peers better while engaging in all facets of the writing process: brainstorming, drafting, revising, editing, and publishing. Writing activities will vary in length, depth, tone, and topic. Students will also utilize visible thinking strategies in some brainstorming discussions.
Click here to register about Lower School Writing (Coed, entering grades 4 - 5)
Session 1 Dates: June 29 - Jul 2
Fee: $250
 
Session 2 Dates: July 6 - 20
Fee: $275
 
Time: 8:30 a.m. - 12:30 p.m.
Instructor: Cecilia Eppler and Dia Matthews, Gilman Lower School teachers
 
Join the fun while you discover inspiring ways to imagine, design, invent, brainstorm, and create through hands-on projects, interactive challenges, and collaborative creations. This week-long camp stimulates creativity, builds confidence, and sparks interest in science, technology, engineering, math, and the arts. Every child can be a maker - so let’s start making! Each camper should bring a water bottle and an old t-shirt.
Click here to register about Maker Space Summer Camp (Coed, entering grades 5 - 11)
Session 1 Dates: June 15 - 19
Fee: $175 ($300 if registering for both sessions)
 
Session 2 Dates: June 22 - 26
Fee: $175 ($300 if registering for both sessions)
 
Time: 10:45 a.m. - 12:15 p.m.
Instructor: Adam Herb, Gilman School Mathematics Teacher (aherb@gilman.edu)
 
This will be a fun exploration and academic experience in which students will use their math and questioning skills in a range of problem-solving activities and small projects. We will spend time and persevere on puzzles, word problems, logic problems, and fun numeric scenarios while reasoning abstractly and quantitatively. Students will construct viable arguments, make use of models and strategic tools, attend to precision, and make use of structured thinking. We will also play some games to keep students on their toes.
Click here to register about MATH: Higher Elementary Problem-Solving (Coed, entering grades 4 - 6)
Dates: June 15 - 26
Time: 9:00 a.m. - 10:30 a.m.
Fee: $350
Instructor: Adam Herb, Gilman School Mathematics teacher (aherb@gilman.edu) Please feel free to contact Adam Herb for more details or to ask questions.
 
This course is coed for rising seventh through ninth graders to review major pre-Algebra and Algebra I topics. Students will receive instruction on methods and concepts, practice problem solving independently and with guidance, and participate in cooperative group work. Skills, concepts, and topics covered can include Integers, Fractions, Decimals, Order of Operations, Expressions, Equations, Solving for Variables, Slope/Coordinate Graphing, Linear Systems, and Sets.
Click here to register about MATH: Pre-Algebra & Algebra Review (Coed, entering grades 7 - 9)
Coed, entering grades 9 - 12
Dates: June 8 - 19
Time: 12:15 p.m. - 2:15 p.m.
Location: Middle School
Fee: $600 (includes book)
Instructor: Joseph P. Ciattei, Sr., Gilman Upper School math teacher
 
This course is designed to help students review the important concepts of high school mathematics. Geometry, algebra, and word problems will be studied with an eye toward the SAT examination. Techniques for taking the math section of the test will be included in the course.
Click here to register about Math SAT Prep (Coed, entering grades 9 - 12)

Coed, entering grades 6 - 8

Dates: June 15 - 26
Time: 10:45 a.m. - 12:15 p.m.
Fee: $350
Instructor: Kate Stratton, Bryn Mawr School Teacher (strattonk@brynmawrschool.org) Please feel free to contact Kate Stratton for more details or to ask questions.
 
Middle School students will hone their writing and grammar skills through exposure and activities in a range of writing genres and review activities. Students will write to entertain, persuade, inform, and reflect. We will focus on these main aspects of a well-written piece: ideas, organization, voice, word choice, sentence fluency, conventions, and presentation. Students will get to know themselves and their peers better while engaging in all facets of the writing process: brainstorming, drafting, revising, editing, and publishing. Writing activities will vary in length, depth, tone, and topic. Students will also utilize visible thinking strategies in some brainstorming discussions.
Click here to register about Middle School Writing (Coed, entering grades 6 - 8)
Dates: June 10 - 12
Time: 8:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m.
Fee: $375
Instructor: Ariel Dechosa, Gilman School director of music; Peter Lander, Gilman music faculty; Cheryl Nkeba, Gilman music faculty; Michaela Trnkova, Gilman harp faculty.
 
Summer Music Camp is a great opportunity for older children, pre-teens, and teens to spend time focusing on their piano, strings, harp, woodwinds, and brass and musicianship skills while making new friends! Advanced students will have the pleasure of playing ensemble repertoire. Students will be assigned ensemble partners depending on their grade and skill level. Students will also have the opportunity to focus on solo music and technique.
Click here to register about Music Camp (Co-ed, ages 9 - 18)
Come discover what lives among the rocks and ripples of our neighborhood stream. A fascinating world of plants and critters exists in Gilman’s backwoods and the stream banks of Stony Run. Campers will spend the morning exploring the many hidden natural spaces on campus and going on stream walks. They will enjoy bird watching, fort building, wild nature play, outdoor games, journaling, and nature crafts. Join us for a week of old fashioned outdoor fun. Learn how all things are connected and what we can do to protect our natural world. *Please send your camper each day with a water bottle, sunscreen/bug spray already applied, a hat, a small/lightweight backpack, crocs/ (closed-toed) water shoes and a change of clothes (we will get wet!) including a pair of tennis shoes. A healthy snack will be provided each day.
 
Session 1 Dates: June 8 - 12
Fee: $200
 
Session 2 Dates: June 15 - 19
Fee: $200
 
Time: 9:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m.
Instructor: Sarah Heegan, Gilman Lower School teacher
Click here to register about Nature Explorers (Coed, entering grades K - 3)
Participants will learn the basics of climbing safety, commands, and techniques and will have a chance to practice their newly acquired skills on the Alpine Tower. Students will learn about map and compass reading and the basic elements of hiking and canoeing. Valuable leadership skills such as teamwork, effective communication, conflict resolution, and creative thinking will be taught using a variety of cooperative activities and games. Participants should wear comfortable clothes and close-toed shoes and should bring a lunch and water bottle.
 
Session 1 Dates: June 22 - 26
Fee: $400
 
Session 2 Dates: June 29 - July 2 (No camp July 3)
Fee: $320
 
Time: 9:00 a.m. - 2:00 p.m.
Click here to register about Outdoor Experience – Introduction to Climbing, Canoeing, and Hiking (Coed, entering grades 4 - 7)
Coed, entering grades 9 - 10
Dates: June 22 - July 31 (No class July 3)
Time: 9:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m.
Location: Upper School Science Building
Fee: $1,500
Instructor: TBD, Gilman Upper School science teacher
 
This lab course is an introduction to the physical world. The first half of the summer course is broken down into units covering kinematics in one dimension, Newton’s Laws of Motion, Equilibrium, Conservation Laws, Circular Motion, Machines, and Work and Energy. The second half will encompass discussions involving Electricity, Magnetism, Waves and Sound, Light and Color, and Matter and Energy. With each unit, the students will be expected to use logical thinking, algebra skills, and work independently as well as collaboratively in both lecture and lab settings. Students should have had a year of algebra and will need a calculator for this class.
Click here to register about Physics (Gilman Students Only; Coed, entering grades 9 - 10)

Ages: 5-8, boys
Dates: June 15-18, 2020 
Cost: $100
Hours: 10 a.m. to 11:30 a.m.
Location: Finney Athletic

Directed by Bryn Holmes, Gilman’s Head Wrestling Coach and 2X National Prep Champ, with assistance from Gilman wrestling coaches and Varsity wrestlers, boys will learn beginner wrestling techniques and skills, as well as participate in games and activities that will enhance their learning of the sport.

Click here to register about Powerful Pups Wrestling Camp
Coed, entering grades 9 - 12
Dates: August 10 - 21
Time: 1:00 p.m. - 3:00 p.m.
Location: Upper School Spanish Classrooms (Lumen Center)
Fee: $500
Instructor: Clare Brennan and Matt Zealand, Gilman Upper School Spanish teachers
 
The course will be tailored specifically to the needs of the enrolled students. Through practice speaking in pairs and small groups, students will further develop both fluency and accuracy in their oral communication. Authentic oral and written texts – created by and for native Spanish speakers – will serve as a primary vehicle for improving listening and reading comprehension while offering avenues for cultural exploration. Additionally, peer collaboration on creative mini-projects will provide students with an engaging and effective way to hone their Spanish skills in the summer.
 
This summer course is designed for:
  1. Students currently not enrolled in a Spanish honors course who have been identified as candidates for honors-level study by their current instructors
  2. Students currently enrolled in an honors Spanish course who may have struggled to reach honors-level expectations or motivated honors-level students seeking summer enrichment (preference will be given to students previously contacted by the language department)
Click here to register about Spanish Honors Prep (Gilman, BMS and RPCS Students Only; Coed, entering grades 9 - 12)
Coed, entering grades 9 - 12
Dates: August 10 - 21
Time: 1:00 p.m. - 3:00 p.m.
Location: Upper School Spanish Classrooms (Lumen Center)
Fee: $500
Instructor: Clare Brennan and Matt Zealand, Gilman Upper School Spanish teachers
 
Gilman’s Upper School is offering a Spanish Language Review & Preview for students heading into levels I, II, III, and IV of their language. During this summer session, the boys 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. The boys 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 Students who are completely new to the study of modern languages
Click here to register about Spanish Review/Preview (Gilman, BMS and RPCS Students Only; entering grades 9 - 12)
Spend a week exploring the world of Harry Potter. Campers will experience dueling, practice spells and enchantments, try their hand at potions class, create a new magical creature, and build their own mini Hogwarts. The day includes a mixture of outdoor games, indoor hands-on activities, and a camper created Harry Potter themed snack. Campers will have a chance to discuss these wonderful books with others who share the same passion for the magical world of Hogwarts. Cost includes a camp t-shirt, all supplies, and a snack. Campers will need to provide their own lunch.
 
Session 1 Dates: June 29- Jul 2 (No Camp July 3)
Fee: $275
 
Session 2 Dates: July 13 - July 17
Fee: $350
 
Time: 9:00 a.m. - 2:00 p.m.
Instructor: Julia Holt, Calvert School teacher
Click here to register about Summer at Hogwarts (Coed, ages 6 - 12)

Discover the value and fun of cooking while you enjoy the taste of different countries and create a work of art. Learn basic cooking skills, safety, and awareness in the kitchen while preparing a variety of fun, healthy, and yummy recipes from around the world. Practice basic math while measuring ingredients, reading comprehension as you follow a recipe, team building as you work in groups, and get creative as you build a strong foundation for healthy eating. End the day with a taste of what you cooked while relaxing as you create a work of art. Campers should bring two containers with a lid so they can take food samples home, an old t-shirt, a water bottle, and a small lunch.

Coed, ages 5 - 12
Dates: June 8 - 12
Time 9:00 a.m. - 2:00 p.m.
Fee: $365 (includes $40 for materials)
Instructor: Cecilia Eppler, Gilman Lower School teacher
Click here to register about Young Chefs World Cooking and Art (Coed, ages 5 - 12)
Session 1 Dates: June 15 - 19
Fee: $385 (includes $30 for materials)
 
Session 2 Dates: June 22 - 26
Fee: $385 (includes $30 for materials)
 
Time 9:00 a.m. - 2:00 p.m.
Instructor: Cecilia Eppler, Gilman Lower School teacher
 
Learn about science through our interactive and hands-on indoor and outdoor science activities. Discover cool chemical reactions, experiment with giant floating bubbles, make slime, build rockets and participate in their launch, participate in balloon rocket races, get to know wild-looking tiny and wacky creatures, build your own volcano and watch it erupt. Create your own solar-powered oven, make your own personal greenhouse and enjoy many more fun activities. Our summer science program encourages children to become junior scientists for a week and embark on a series of fun and exciting science adventures every day. Each camper should bring to camp a water bottle and a lunch, already applied sunscreen, a hat, an old t-shirt to be used as a lab coat, tennis shoes, a change of clothes and a towel.
Click here to register about Young Scientist Summer Camp (Coed, ages 5 - 10)

Dates: June 22 - 26 (Mon-Fri)
Time: 9:00AM - 4:00PM
Ages: 7-14
Location: Gilman School (Finney Athletic Center will be the official gathering point)
Price: $250 - regular price
$150 - group of 5 or more (must be from the same youth program - contact Coach Bach for approval)

This sports camp will focus on teaching techniques for the various positions associated with the game of football. All players will receive instruction on all positions, as well as have an opportunity to focus on one single position to learn some of the finer points. This camp will also include various types of competitive periods on individual and team levels. We want the boys to learn, make friends, and have fun!!


Contact Head Football Coach Nick Bach at: (716) 909-9321 or GilmanSchoolFB@gmail.com

Click here to register about Youth Football Camp at Gilman (opens in new window/tab)