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When the doors of your school’s media center are closed, ours are open for you. Calvert Library is committed to helping our students achieve success in school. In November of 2003, Calvert Library formalized its partnership with the Calvert County Public Schools Board of Education in a joint venture that promotes reading and research skills as well as after-school and summer activities to county students. Annually, librarians schedule visits to every 1st, 4th, and 6th grade class to help highlight library resources and events and help them learn how to conduct research. We also offer visits to classes and Open Houses by request.

If you have any questions, comments, or school visit requests for the Calvert Library CLASS Team, please call us at 410-535-0291.

Quick links to the resources on this page:

Calvert County Public Schools Summer Reading

Online Testing and Tutoring

Colleges, Scholarships, and Financial Aid

Library Resources

Local Resources

Clubs for Kids

Sports Clubs

Scouting Organizations

CCPS Summer Reading

Summer Reading
Calvert County Public School summer reading information for Elementary, Middle School, High School and AP classes.

Online Testing and Tutoring

Rosetta Stone Language Learning
Core lessons to build reading, writing, speaking and listening skills in 30 languages with the leading. Log-in instructions for Rosetta Stone mobile app.

Online Tutoring—HelpNow
Online tutoring by an expert who provides homework help for 3rd through 12th grade in English, math, science social studies, writing labs, and much more. Tutors are available daily from 2:00-11:00 pm. Log on with your library card today. Free.

Learning Express Library
A test prep site that allows you to study and practice a multitude of different tests, including SAT, general math skills, and vocational tests. Free.


Check out all our on-line resources!


Colleges, Scholarships, and Financial Aid

Southern Maryland College Access Network
SOMDCAN's services help build an educated workforce, and increase the number of students from the area who attend post-secondary education. Check it out for Scholarship information. They offer once a year step-by-step FAFSA help at the Calvert Library as well.
Site that allows you to search scholarship and financial aid opportunities

Site that offers useful tools and advice for applying to college, from finding the right college for you, to tips on how to write an introduction essay.

The Princeton Review
Site that offers in-depth college rankings, best fit school searches, and test prep.

Library Resources

Newborns through five years of age develop that love of reading through storytime!

Great events, special events, book discussions and more for kids.

Calvert Library events for 5th, 6th and 7th graders such as game nights, movie nights, special events, and more

Lots of stuff going on for teens at the library, including Teen Band Night, Special Events, Teen Advisory Council of Students (TACOS), our Teen nights, and more


Local Resources

Calvert County Parks and Recreation
The Division provides opportunities for healthful, enjoyable, lifetime leisure activities to the entire community through a comprehensive program of recreational activities in the community centers, the public schools and the County parks. The Division is also responsible for the County's parks and pools.

Aquatics/ Pools

Calvert County Nature Parks
Explore the wonders of our natural world as you visit Calvert County Nature Parks: Battle Creek Cypress Swamp, Flag Ponds Nature Park, and King's Landing Park. Enjoy such activities as puppet shows, guided trail walks, arts & crafts, canoeing, hayrides, live animal presentations and special events.

Art Council of Calvert County
The Mission of the Arts Council of Calvert County is to invest in and encourage the arts in Calvert County


Clubs for Kids

Boys & Girls Clubs of Southern Maryland
Boys & Girls Club mission: "To inspire and enable all young people, especially those who need us most, to realize their full potential as productive, responsible and caring citizens."

Calvert County 4-H
4-H clubs are located throughout Calvert County for youths between the ages of 8 and 18. 4-H'ers learn life skills and leadership development through a variety of 4-H projects like leadership, livestock and horse care, pet care, nutrition, clothing design and construction, and basic computer skills.

Sports Clubs

Prince Frederick Eagles Youth Organization
The Prince Frederick Eagles Youth Organization is a sports and recreational club for children ages 4-15 to learn about sports and sportsmanship. They offer Football, Cheerleading, and Lacrosse programs.

Calvert All Stars Cheerleading Teams
Where desire, determination and dedication are combined with a strong foundation of family, friends and fun, teaching safety, skills and sportsmanship creates the ultimate cheer experience.

Dunkirk Warriors
Dunkirk Warriors Boys & Girls Club is a Sports and Recreational club for children ages 4-15 to learn about sports and sportsmanship. They offer Football, Cheerleading, Lacrosse and Basketball programs.

Calvert Soccer Association
Calvert Soccer Association is a volunteer, non-profit organization, that was organized in 1984 to provide an opportunity for the youngsters of Calvert County to play soccer. CSA is primarily an intramural program for youth ages 4 to 18.


Northern Calvert Little League
There are no tryouts for co-ed T-ball. Boys and girls are placed on teams according to age with the aim being a balanced distribution of ages on all teams.

Calvert National Little League
Welcome to Calvert County National Little League serves Southern Calvert County from Broomes Island Rd. south, providing a safe place for children to play baseball and softball with divisions for boys and girls ages 4-18.
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Calvert County American Little League

Calvert Babe Ruth League
The league is organized to develop and operate a baseball program for Calvert County youth, aged four (4) through eighteen (18), in affiliation with the Babe Ruth League, Inc.

Scouting Organizations

Girl Scout Council of the Nation's Capital
Girl Scouting will help you by providing you with a leadership experience that will take you on a voyage--of discovery, friendship, experiences and fun. Along the way, you can celebrate with recognitions and awards to help you see just how far you have come.

Boy Scouts National Capital Area Council
BSA promotes character development, education, citizenship, leadership, and physical and mental fitness. The BSA program includes outdoor activities and numerous camping opportunities. Tiger Cubs is a program for boys in the first grade. Cub Scouts is for boys in grades 2-5. Boy Scouts are young men ages 11 - 18. Venturers are young men and women ages 14-20 interested in outdoor activities. Explorers are young men and women ages 14 - 20 interested in career orientation.