•   AACPS Summer Programs


     Beginning April 15, 2024, you will receive email communication that your child has either been selected into a camp, waitlisted, or not accepted. Once notices are sent, parents will have five days to respond to confirm and accept their child's seat in the camp. If the seat is not confirmed, then the child will be moved to the waitlist and the seat will be offered to another waitlisted child. Selection of summer seats are not guaranteed for all students and seats are NOT filled on a first come, first serve basis.

    Please make sure to check your email, including your SPAM folder, for email communications. Notifications will be sent electronically to the email address on file.  

    *If you are experiencing difficulty using your child's Student ID Number and Birthdate (MM/DD/YYYY) to log in to the summer programs website, please contact the Summer Programming office at summerprograms@aacps.org.  

Summer Meals Food Program

  • Summer Meals for Kids - food that's in when school is out
    AACPS Mobile Meals school bus

    AACPS provides free breakfast and lunch to children ages 2-18 during the summer as part of the USDA’s Summer Food Service Program. There are no income or registration requirements. COME AND ENJOY A HEALTHY MEAL!

STEM Magnet Student Information

AACPS Summer 2024

  • screen shot of beach, waves and sun,  this is the secondary summer school logo.  this picture links to the secondary summer school site.

    Information regarding Secondary Summer School will be forthcoming soon!

  • AACPS has planned a wide range of summer programs for elementary, middle and high school students. Programs will be focused on helping AACPS students engage in enrichment or unfinished learning, with a focus on mathematics, literacy, and preparing for the next grade level. All programs will support students to have fun while building healthy relationships with peers, practicing skills, and learning new concepts.

    Elementary and middle school programs will offer mathematics, literacy, cultural arts, movement, mindfulness, and co-curricular experiences. At the high school level, there will be a wide range of opportunities to earn high school credits in all subject areas required for graduation – credit recovery and original credit opportunities. Traditional summer offerings, including Extended School Year (ESY), Camp Engage, SOAR, Summer Bridge, Arlington Echo experiences, and other academic and co-curricular enrichment opportunities and camps will also be offered.  Importantly, our community-based partners have joined us to design and offer this robust summer suite of programs for our students across the county.

    Programs will:

    • be offered only to students who are currently enrolled in AACPS schools.
    • be offered at no cost to all AACPS enrolled students.
    • some programs provide limited transportation from hub stops throughout communities.
    • provide breakfast and lunch for all programs held at AACPS buildings.   
    • run 4 days per week (Monday - Thursday).

    AACPS summer program seats are all supported and paid for through ESSER federal funds for students enrolled in AACPS schools. These funds require AACPS to provide summer programs that target student audiences around enrichment or remediation in areas of unfinished learning from the pandemic and identified student needs.

    Please reach out to the Summer Programs Office with any questions; summerprograms@aacps.org

  • AACPS Summer Programming Key Partners include:

    Annapolis Maritime Museum

    Annapolis Police Department

    Anne Arundel Community College

    Anne Arundel County Recreation and Parks

    Center of Help/Centro de Ayuda

    Chesapeake Arts Center

    Maryland Hall for the Creative Arts