Campbell Hall: A Balance of History, Tradition and Progression


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Campbell Hall, founded in 1944, has as its mission a commitment to academic excellence, and to the nurturing of decent, loving and responsible human beings. It is a place of inspired teaching and enthusiastic learning where people feel a sense of connectedness. A combination of history and tradition is balanced with thoughtful, purposeful preparation for the future.

The elementary curriculum provides a carefully-planned, sequential course of study. The secondary school curriculum includes honors and advanced placement courses in every discipline. All students experience a technology-enhanced learning environment, well-balanced between the traditional and the progressive.

Campbell Hall’s student athletics regularly win league titles, and compete in Interscholastic Federation play-offs. Campbell Hall fields football, cross country, volleyball, tennis, equestrian, soccer, basketball, baseball, softball, golf, track and field and cheer squad teams.

The myriad of visual and performing arts opportunities give students possibilities for involvement in all kinds of self-expression. Extracurricular offerings run the gamut. A few examples include yearbook, stagecraft, orchestra, jazz band, photography, video editing, robotics, screenwriting, yoga and mock trial.

As an Episcopal school, students thrive in an interfaith community that actively seeks to learn from the many religious traditions represented by the faculty and students. Parent participation is welcome and encouraged. Childcare is available before and after school. Check out our website at!

Campbell Hall is located at 4533 Laurel Canyon Blvd. in North Hollywood. In September, call (818) 980-7280 to reserve your place for a Friday morning tour of the campus, to receive a Campbell Hall Viewbook or with any questions you might have about Campbell Hall’s special programs or state-of-the-art facilities.

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