Fostering a culture of respect, high expectations, and shared experiences, The Calverton School instills in students intellectual curiosity, personal responsibility, and a strong work ethic to prepare them for higher education and responsible citizenship in a democratic and global community.
Come out and support Calverton Sophomore, Charlie Blocksidge, and Team Finish the Fight as they begin their journey of philanthropy! Their Winter Festival will be benefiting the Leukemia and Lymphoma Society.
To find out more information and to donate on behalf of Finish the Fight 2019 Click Here
We are proud to announce, Julian Jackson, Calverton Class of 2022 was awarded the 2018 President's Volunteer Service Award by completing over 100 service hours in 2018.
He earned the Gold Award by regularly volunteering in his community. Julian was a Peer Leader in a Special Needs Sunday School class and assisted at the Charles County Humane Society.
The President's Volunteer Service Award is an initiative of the Corporation for National and Community Service (CNCS) and is administered by Points of Light. Through a shared mission of inspiring more to answer the call to service, the President's Volunteer Service Award celebrates the impact we can all make in bettering our communities and our world.
For prospective NEW students entering grades 6 - 10 and not currently enrolled at Calverton, we invite you to register for our Scholarship Day exam. Scholarships will be awarded to students who combine outstanding performance on a competitive exam with excellent communications skills, academic achievement, and extra-curricular involvement. Exam makeup date will be Wednesday, November 14, 2018 at 6pm.
Scholarship offerings include a full tuition scholarship for an Upper School student and a 50% scholarship for Middle School.
The Calverton School was featured in Southern Woman Magazine - ""Growing Leaders of Tomorrow." To read the article -
Enjoy this article from The BayNet about Calverton's own, Samir Shah!
The Calverton School's rapidly growing Model United Nations Club recently received guidance from one of the world's premier subject matter experts in the area as they prepared for their Ivy League Model United Nations Conference in Philadelphia. Reuben Brigety, former Ambassador to the African Union and the current Dean of the Eliot School of International Relations at George Washington University, came to speak with our students, offering tips about the country that they have been chosen to represent, Mozambique, and also how to effectively build strategic pan-African alliances such as those created within the African Union.
Dr. Brigety knows whereof he speaks, not only from his considerable experience in the State Department, but also from the Ph.D. that he earned at Cambridge University in England. The Ambassador mentioned that while there, he was quite impressed by the preparation of fellow students who had earned the International Baccalaureate Diploma, the same credential pursued by many Calverton graduates. How did he happen to visit Calverton? His roommate, while Midshipmen at the United States Naval Academy, Chuck Blocksidge, is a current Calverton parent (Charlie - Calverton Class of 2021 and Henry - Calverton Class of 2024) and Board Member, issued the invitation.
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The Calverton School admits students of any race, color, national and ethnic origin to all the rights, privileges, programs, and activities generally accorded or made available to students at the school. It does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national and ethnic origin in administration of its educational policies, admissions policies, scholarship and loan programs, and athletic and other school-administered programs.