Driving Directions

Located just off of MD Route 4, Calverton is easily accessible from Calvert, Anne Arundel, St. Mary’s, Charles, and Prince George’s Counties.

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From Baltimore area and Baltimore/Washington International Airport:

  • From I-795, take the Baltimore Beltway I-695S, outer loop to I-97.
  • Merge onto I97S via Exit 4 toward Annapolis.
  • Take 32W/ Route 3S toward Bowie.
  • Merge onto Route 3S / Crain Hwy.
  • Crain Hwy becomes 301S / N Crain Hwy.
  • You will pass through Bowie's business district, and will be on 301 for about 10 more miles. Calverton School is about 24 miles from the Rt 3/Rt 4 intersection,
  • Take Route 4S, toward Prince Frederick.

From the Capital Beltway:

  • Exit onto Route 4/Pennsylvania Ave. toward Upper Marlboro.
  • Follow Route 4 for about 30 miles.
  • Calverton is about 1.5 miles past the Cox Road intersection (with traffic light), at the flashing yellow light.
  • If you come to Plum Point Rd, you have passed the school.

From Points South:

  • Take Route 4N, towards Prince Frederick.
  • Continue on Route 4/N past the Plum Point Rd intersection and Calverton School Rd is on the right (at the flashing yellow light).

300 Calverton School Road
Huntingtown, MD 20639




410.535.6169 Founders' Hall
410.535.6934 Business Office


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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.

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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.

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