- Traditional academic courses for credit and/or review are offered for students entering grades 4–12. Courses for fun, enrichment and/or review are offered to students in grades K–12.
- Students from other schools who wish to take a course for credit must make individual arrangements with their own schools before they begin a course by having their principal send a confirming letter to the Summer Programs Director. Gilman students wishing to take a credit course must have permission from the appropriate department.
- The School will send reports home for academic courses at the end of the first three weeks and again at the end of the session. Upon written request, final reports and transcripts will be sent to the principal of each student's school.
- The School reserves the right to withdraw any course if there is insufficient interest in that course.
- The School reserves the right to request the withdrawal at any time of any student who, in its judgment, is unwilling to comply with the rules and practices of the Summer Program.
- Students and parents are responsible for knowing and abiding by the rules of the Summer Program and are expected to give their full cooperation both to the rules and to the educational objectives of the School.
- Students who drive must park along Roland Avenue or in the Gilman lower parking lot accessible via Northern Parkway. The School driveway may only be used for drop-off and pick-up. Unattended vehicles along the driveway are prohibited.
- Attendance in all courses is required. The Summer Session asks that parents call 410.323.3800, extension 627, by 9 a.m. if a student will be absent.
- Students who are enrolled in one of the Summer Camp programs or clinics can make arrangements to take courses in the Summer Session.
- The Summer Session is coeducational. Classrooms are air-conditioned.
- Dress is informal: shorts, slacks, skirts, and sports shirts are appropriate. Shoes must be worn. The School expects that students'; overall appearance will be in keeping with the academic aims of the School.
- Admission to the Gilman Summer does not include or imply admission to the regular fall session of Gilman School.
A $15 nonrefundable administrative fee is required for each course at the time of registration.
A nonrefundable deposit of $250 is due for each course at the time of registration. This payment will be
credited toward that course’s total cost. If the course fee is less than $250, then full payment is due at the
time of registration. Final payment is due no later than May 31, 2019. For courses purchased after May
31, 2019, the course cost must be paid in full at the time of registration.
If you have to cancel for ANY reason before June 1, 2019, you will receive a refund of payment, less a
$250 nonrefundable deposit. There are no refunds for any reason after May 31, 2019. Also, no refunds
will be offered if camp is closed due to "Acts of God"; such as a tornado, power outage, etc. If you switch to a different course within Gilman Summer Programs, there will be a $25 administrative fee.
In academic courses, all financial obligations must be settled before a student takes any final examination.
No reports to parents or to school will be sent, and no course credits will be registered until all fees are
paid in full.
The School reserves the right to withdraw any course if there is insufficient interest in that course.
Private tutoring is available in all school disciplines. Tutoring fee: $75 per hour per student, $65 per hour
per student for two students; $55 per hour per student for three or more students. In the case of a tutorial
in which a specific number of hours have been recommended, full tuition is due on Monday, June 10,