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Campbell Hall Summer Programs offer a variety of camps, activities and courses for campers and students of all ages on the beautiful 15-acre campus located in North Hollywood.  All of our programs are available to the public. In addition to the camps, classes, and enrichment offerings that have made our Summer Programs a popular option for children of all ages, we are also excited to announce the addition of several new programs that expand the scope of our offerings.  

CONTACT INFORMATION

Summer Programs Office: (818) 505-2415 
Director of Summer Camps: Steven Wachs • wachss@campbellhall.org

Director of Summer Programs: George White • whiteg@campbellhall.org

Campus Location: 4533 Laurel Canyon Blvd., North Hollywood, CA 91607


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CREATIVE  ARTS  ACADEMY

with Ms. Megan Zakarian-Adell
for boys and girls entering grades K-8

June 20 - July 29
1, 3, & 4  Week Sessions

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Campbell Hall’s CREATIVE ARTS ACADEMY offers students of all levels a fun and encouraging environment, allowing each child the opportunity to discover and celebrate his or her own inherent skills, talents, and artistic expression!

Students entering Grades K-2/LOWER DIVISION: Two 3-week sessions with theater, music, movement, yoga, outdoor games and activities, free play, and art projects. At the end of each 3-week session, students will perform in a mini-play and host an art museum. Click here for photos.

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Students entering Grades 3-8/UPPER DIVISION: 1-WEEK INTENSIVES which meet for 3 hours a day for 5 days (morning and afternoon sessions available) are designed to let students dive in and explore the many artistic aspects of one topic. This year’s Intensives are  “Norse Mythology” and “Fantastically Bizarre Beastly Creations." Click here for more info.

Students entering Grades 3-8/UPPER DIVISION: 4-WEEK PROGRAM with rotating performing arts classes in the mornings. Students can potentially select classes in Theater, Improvisation, Fencing/Swashbuckling, Dance Fusion, Musical Theater, Make-Up Design, Costume and Prop Design, Film, Make-A-Musical, and ARTitude. Students will make their class selections in May. In the afternoons, the 4-WEEK PROGRAM offers an Original Production class where students will work with a professional playwright to create an original production, culminating in an exciting world premiere performance! Click here for more info.

The staff includes Campbell Hall teachers and professional guest artists. Classes are open to current or incoming Campbell Hall students, as well as students from other schools.

Extended care is available, at an additional charge, in the mornings and from the end of each camp day until 5:00 p.m.

LOWER DIVISION - Grades K-2
Lower Division Session I (3-Week Program)
Grades K-2 June 20 - July 8 9 a.m. - 3 p.m. $930
Extended Care available from 3:00 p.m. to 5:00 p.m.: $224 for the 3 weeks.
Lower Division Session II (3-Week Program)
Grades K-2 July 11 - 29 9 a.m. - 3 p.m. $930
Extended Care available from 3:00 p.m. to 5:00 p.m.: $240 for the 3 weeks.
UPPER DIVISION - Grades 3-8
Upper Division 1-Week Intensives
Grades 3-8 June 20 - 24 9 a.m. - 3 p.m. Half Day: $190,  Full Day: $340
Extended Care available from 3:00 p.m. to 5:00 p.m.: $80 for the week.
(Extended Care is not available for campers who only attend the morning intensive)
Upper Division (4-Week Program) 
Morning Classes/Afternoon Production
Grade 3-8 June 27 - July 22 9 a.m. - 3 p.m. Half Day: $640,  Full Day: $1185
Extended Care available from 3:00 p.m. to 5:00 p.m.: $304 for the 4 weeks.
(Extended Care is not available for campers who only attend the morning program.)  
*Note: Half-day programs run from 9:00 a.m. - 11:45 a.m. and 12:15 p.m. - 3:00 p.m.

Camp Hours and Extended Day Program
Camp Hours are from 9:00 a.m. - 3:00 p.m., Monday-Friday for the full-day options. Supervision is provided from 8:45-9:00 a.m. at no additional charge. For an additional fee, an extended day option is available in the mornings and the afternoons until 5:00 pm. For information about the Extended Day Program and the fees, contact Freedom McCullough at (818) 355-2360.

Contact Information:
Camp Director: Megan Zakarian Adell
adellm@campbellhall.org  • (818) 314-7369

SUMMER  DANCE  INTENSIVE

Ballet & Contemporary with Ms. Brandy Curry and Ms. Lee Wilhoite
for boys and girls entering grades 1-8

June 20 - 24

This dance intensive is designed for those dancers looking to maintain, extend and improve their technique over the summer months. A daily emphasis will be on ballet & contemporary technique, stretch/conditioning, proper stage and dance etiquette, as well as preparation of repertory for the end of the intensive performance. Beginning dancers will enjoy arts and crafts, pantomime, and lessons in musicality.  Intermediate to advanced dancers will enjoy studying stage makeup, famous ballet solos and variations.  Prior knowledge of Vagonova Ballet technique is a plus—there is no pre-audition for this intensive, but students will be divided into ability groups the first day of the program.    

Session I June 20 - 24 9 a.m. - 1 p.m. $295
Extended Care available from 1:00 p.m. to 5:00 p.m.: $160 for the week.

What to wear/bring:
Ladies:  Black camisole leotard and pink ballet tights, black tights for Contemporary, pink ballet shoes
Gentlemen: Fitted white v-neck t-shirt, black non-baggy sweatpants/dance pants, black ballet shoes, black slip-on jazz shoes
All Dancers: water bottle, sweatshirt/warm-ups/jazz pants for jazz & stretch classes, Foot Undeez or barefeet for contemporary dance

Contact Information:
Camp Director: Brandy Curry
curryb@campbellhall.org • (818) 980-7280 ext. 293

MAGIC  N’  FUN

with Mr. Jason Rowland  for boys and girls entering grades 1-8

Session I:  June 13 - 17
Session II:  August 1 - 5

Teacher, entertainer, and Magic Castle member Jason Rowland leads your student on a week-long adventure in learning to write, routine and perform magic, create balloon art, juggle, perform stand-up comedy, and more. The emphasis is on having a ton of fun in a stress-free and encouraging environment.  The outcome is improved social skills, an increase in focus, new found confidence, and a huge smile. This special camp attracts a wide age range, so it should be noted that students will be grouped by age in all classes and course material will be age appropriate. Students will never be forced to perform and prior experience is NOT a pre-requisite. Each session features new magic tricks, and are also different from the magic tricks from the previous year's camp. 

Session I June 13 - 17 9 a.m. - 1 p.m. $295
Extended Care available from 1:00 p.m. to 5:00 p.m.: $128 for the week.
Note: No extended care offered on Monday, June 13.
Session II August 1 - 5 9 a.m. - 1 p.m. $295
Extended Care available from 1:00 p.m. to 5:00 p.m.: $160 for the week.

If you are interested in this camp and your child is one grade below the recommended grade, please contact us.

Contact Information:
Camp Director: Jason Rowland
rowlanja@campbellhall.org
(917) 723-0926

ROBOTICS

with Ms. Christina Stevenson and Mrs. Linda Savage  
for boys and girls entering grades 1-6

Session I:  July 5 - 8 (Lower Division - Grades 1-3)
Session II: 
July 11 - 15 (Upper Division - Grades 3-6)

Both of our Robotics camps explore programming and construction using LEGO MINDSTORMS®. Campers will build LEGO models featuring working motors and sensors and then program each robot, adding movement and sound. Campers can choose to incorporate light, sound, ultrasonic touch and color sensors in their more complex robotic construction and use advanced programming to activate and animate their robot. Our Upper Division camp (Grades 3-6) introduces more advanced programming techniques. Students are required to have some programming/robotics experience. (NOTE: Space is limited.)

Lower Division • Grades 1-3 • Christina Stevenson
Session I July 5 - 8 9 a.m. - 1 p.m. $236
Extended Care available from 1:00 p.m. to 5:00 p.m.: $128 for the week.
Upper Division • Grades 3-6 • Linda Savage
Session II July 11 - 15 9 a.m. - 1 p.m. $295
Extended Care available from 1:00 p.m. to 5:00 p.m.: $160 for the week.

Contact Information:
Camp Director: Christina Stevenson
stevenc@campbellhall.org • (818) 980-7280 ext. 208

Camp Director: Linda Savage
savagel@campbellhall.org • (818) 980-7280 ext. 211

SUMMER  STEAM ACADEMY

with Mr. Steven Wachs  and Mr. Karl Frank for boys and girls entering grades 4-9

Session I:  July 25 - August 5 (Lower Division - Grades 4-6)
Session II: 
July 25 - August 5 (Upper Division - Grades 7-9)

Are you passionate about science?  Do you love building things, doing experiments, thinking about how to solve problems, and working with technology? If so, then you should sign up for Campbell Hall’s Summer STEAM Academy! Creatives, Innovators, Technophiles and Tinkerers will feel right at home as they program robots, design and build bridges, cars, rockets, games and even musical instruments during three weeks of intensive STEAM training with fun and lively Campbell Hall teachers and special guests. The goal is to foster the true innovation that comes with combining the mind of a scientist or technologist with that of an artist or designer. STEAM Academy students will attend exciting educational field trips in the Los Angeles area. Campbell Hall wants you to join us as we forge on, full STEAM ahead!

Lower Division • Grades 4-6 • Mr. Steven Wachs • 2-Weeks
Session I July 25 - August 5 9 a.m. - 3 p.m. $690
Extended Care available from 3:00 p.m. to 5:00 p.m.: $160 for the 2 weeks.
Upper Division • Grades 7-9 • Karl Frank • 2-Weeks
Session II July 25 - August 5 9 a.m. - 3 p.m. $690
Extended Care available from 3:00 p.m. to 5:00 p.m.: $160 for the 2 weeks.

What to wear/bring:
Campers should wear comfortable clothing and shoes. Sometimes the classrooms can get cold, so please bring a sweater. Students are also allowed to bring devices to document their experience. Cameras, iPads and cell phones are welcomed for that purpose only and may not be used to text or make phones calls during camp hours. Campbell Hall will not be liable for any lost or broken devices.

Contact Information:
Steven Wachs - (Lower Division): wachss@campbellhall.org • (818) 980-7280 x701
Karl Frank - (Upper Division): frankk@campbellhall.org • (818) 980-7280 x732

ENGINEERING  EXPLORATION STEAM

with Ms. Linda Savage for boys and girls entering grades 2-3

June 27 - July 1

Campers at the Engineering Exploration STEAM camp will be introduced to the engineering design process as a problem-solving tool and will explore the idea that they, as engineers, can design and improve technology.  As students work through their engineering design challenges, they will have the opportunity to build problem-solving, teamwork, communication, and creative-thinking skills.  This curriculum is designed to provide a fun learning opportunity for kids!

Session I June 27 - July 1 9 a.m. - 1 p.m. $295
Extended Care available from 1:00 p.m. to 5:00 p.m.: $160 for the week.

Contact Information:
Camp Director: Linda Savage
savagel@campbellhall.org • (818) 980-7280 ext. 211

ELEMENTARY  STUDY  SKILLS

with Ms. Catherine Siphron for boys and girls entering grades 3-6

June 27 - July 8 (no class on 7/4)

8:00 - 8:55 a.m. before start of camps!
A chance for your camper to hone his/her study skills before heading off to camp!

This two-week Study Skills enrichment program provides students an opportunity to solidify skills that they have learned throughout the past year and to build upon that knowledge to create a solid foundation for the upcoming school year.  The class offers students a variety of practice tools to help them be more effective readers, note takers, and test takers. Students will also learn practical organizational tools that they can make their own!

Session I June 27 - July 8 (no class July 4) 8:00 - 8:55 a.m. $225
Extended Care available from 1:00 p.m. to 5:00 p.m.: $160 for the week.

Contact Information:
Camp Director: Catherine Siphron
siphroc@campbellhall.org

CHAMPIONSHIP  BASEBALL

with Coach Brad Himes for boys and girls entering grades 1-8

Session I:  June 27 - July 1
Session II:  July 11 - 15

This camp emphasizes a strong foundation of fundamental skills in all aspects of the game, including: hitting, pitching, fielding and base running.  The camp is conducted by former players and current coaches with experience at both the high school and collegiate level, who combine their expertise to create a supportive instructional environment where campers can have fun while they learn.                        

Session I June 27 - July 1 9 - 1 p.m. Baseball Field $295
Extended Care available from 1:00 p.m. to 5:00 p.m.: $160 for the week.
Session II July 11 - 15 9 - 1 p.m. Baseball Field $295
Extended Care available from 1:00 p.m. to 5:00 p.m.: $160 for the week.

If you are interested in this camp and your child is one grade below the recommended grade,  please contact us.

What to wear/bring:
Athletic attire, cleats, glove, water bottle, and sunscreen.

Contact Information:
Camp Director: Brad Himes
himesb@campbellhall.org
(818) 505-5487

CHAMPIONSHIP  BASKETBALL

with Coach Thomas Blunt for boys and girls entering grades 1-8

Session I:  June 27 - July 1
Session II:  July 18 - 22
Session III:  August 1 - 5

The staff at the Championship Basketball Camp is committed to teaching the fundamentals of the game (dribbling, passing, shooting, defense, and the basics of team offense) and operating a camp that will be an enjoyable experience for each and every participant. Each day of camp will feature instruction, skill development, and competitive games.  Campers will be grouped by size, age, and ability. Facilities include indoor and outdoor courts. Campers will rotate venues throughout the day.     

Session I June 27 - July 1 9 - 1 p.m. Garver Gym $295
Extended Care available from 1:00 p.m. to 5:00 p.m.: $160 for the week.
Session II July 18 - 22 9 - 1 p.m. Garver Gym $295
Extended Care available from 1:00 p.m. to 5:00 p.m.: $160 for the week.
Session III August 1 - 5 9 - 1 p.m. Garver Gym $295
Extended Care available from 1:00 p.m. to 5:00 p.m.: $160 for the week.

If you are interested in this camp and your child is one grade below the recommended grade,  please contact us.

What to wear and bring:
Athletic attire, basketball shoes, water bottle, and sunscreen.

Contact Information:
Camp Director: Thomas Blunt
bluntt@campbellhall.org • (404) 824-9099

TOURNAMENT  CHESS

with Mr. Wes Radulovich for boys and girls entering grades 1-8

Session I:  June 27 - July 1
Session II:  July 11 - 15

This camp is designed to help players of all levels cultivate their chess skills, expand upon campers’ existing knowledge of the game, and promote greater confidence. Players will review the basics of the game, including: rules, the history of chess, terminology, and etiquette, while also working towards mastering opening principles and developing end-game strategies. Campers will have the opportunity to participate in friendly tournaments with prizes for all. 

Session I June 27 - July 1 9 - 1 p.m. $295
Extended Care available from 1:00 p.m. to 5:00 p.m.: $160 for the week.
Session II July 11 - 15 9 - 1 p.m. $295
Extended Care available from 1:00 p.m. to 5:00 p.m.: $160 for the week.

If you are interested in this camp and your child is one grade below the recommended grade,  please contact us.

Contact Information:
Camp Director: Wes Radulovich
radulow@campbellhall.org
(818) 980-7280 ext. 251

CHAMPIONSHIP  FOOTBALL

with Coach Dennis Keyes for boys entering grades 2-8

Session I - Tackle:  July 11 - 15 (Evening Session)
Session II - Flag: 
July 18 - 22

The Flag Football camp provides an opportunity for young flag football players to improve their football technique, make new friends, and have fun. Campers will have the opportunity to develop their skills in all areas of the game as they are led through drills and activities by experienced and caring counselors.  

The evening Tackle Football camp provides an introduction to tackle football and offers campers the opportunity to develop their skills in all areas of the game. Participants will be grouped by age and ability level as they are led through drills and activities designed to promote teamwork and self-confidence, in an effort to maximize the realization of each player’s potential. PLEASE NOTE: Participation in the Tackle Football Camp requires proof of a current physical exam from a licensed M.D.

Session I • Tackle
Grades 6-8 July 11 - 15 4 - 7 p.m. Football Field $235
Session II  • Flag
Grades 2-6 July 18 - 22 9 - 1 p.m. Football Field $295
Extended Care available from 1:00 p.m. to 5:00 p.m.: $160 for the week.

If you are interested in this camp and your child is one grade below the recommended grade, please contact us.

What to wear and bring:
Athletic attire, cleats, sunscreen, water bottle, and visor/hat.

Contact Information:
Camp Director: Dennis Keyes
keyesd@campbellhall.org
(818) 980-7280 ext 382 

CHAMPIONSHIP  SOCCER

with Coach TJ Gooding and Coach Marty Rackham
for boys and girls entering grades 1-8

Session I - Coach Gooding:  June 13 - 17
Session II - Coach Gooding:  July 5 - 8
Session III - Coach Rackham:  August 1 - 5

Campers will have the opportunity to work on improving their soccer fundamentals and techniques in a safe and fun-filled environment. Throughout each week, participants develop their proficiency in soccer by taking part in exciting and motivating drills designed to foster teamwork, self-confidence, and a joy for the game.

Session I • TJ Gooding
Grades 1-8 June 13 - 17 9 - 1 p.m. Soccer Field $295
Extended Care available from 1:00 p.m. to 5:00 p.m.: $128 for the week.
Note: No extended care offered on Monday, June 13.
Session II • TJ Gooding
Grades 1-8 July 5 - 8 9 - 1 p.m. Soccer Field $236
Extended Care available from 1:00 p.m. to 5:00 p.m.: $128 for the week.
Session III • Marty Rackham
Grades 1-8 August 1 - 5 9 - 1 p.m. Soccer Field $295
Extended Care available from 1:00 p.m. to 5:00 p.m.: $160 for the week.

If you are interested in this camp and your child is one grade below the recommended grade,  please contact us.

What to wear and bring: 
Athletic attire, cleats, shin guards, sunscreen, water bottle, and visor/hat.

Contact Information:
Sessions I & II: Camp Director:  TJ Gooding
goodint@campbellhall.org • (323) 627-4433

Session III: Camp Director: Marty Rackham
mrack12@aol.com • (818) 523-1392

CHAMPIONSHIP SOFTBALL

with Coach Shauna Johnson for girls entering grades 1-8

July 11 - 15

This camp offers instruction in the fundamentals of softball.  Throughout each week, participants develop their proficiency and confidence as softball players by taking part in enjoyable and motivating drills designed to improve all areas of play, including: fielding, hitting, bunting, pitching, base running, teamwork, game strategy, and more.  The camp is conducted by former players and current coaches who combine their expertise to create a supportive instructional environment where campers can have fun while they learn. 

Session I July 11 - 15 9 - 1 p.m. Softball Field $295
Extended Care available from 1:00 p.m. to 5:00 p.m.: $160 for the week.

If you are interested in this camp and your child is one grade below the recommended grade, please contact us.

What to wear and bring:
Athletic attire, cleats, glove, water bottle, and sunscreen.

Contact Information:
Camp Director: Shauna Johnson
johnsosh@campbellhall.org
(818) 980-7280 x104

CHAMPIONSHIP SPORTS & GAMES

with Coach Elan Buller for boys and girls entering grades K-8

Session I:  June 20 - 24
Session II:  July 5 - 8
Session III:  July 25 - 29
Session IV:  August 1 - 5

This camp provides an opportunity to learn and play a variety of non-traditional games including: capture the flag, kickball, ga ga ball, four-square, handball, jump rope, hula hoops, doctor dodgeball, and throw and catch as well as traditional games such as basketball, football, and soccer.  Campers can also participate in a number of water activities, including inflatable water slide and bounce house.  Coach Buller and his staff will fill the day with a variety of age appropriate activities that are sure to thrill campers of all ages.   

Session I June 20 - 24 9 - 1 p.m. Lower Gym $295
Extended Care available from 1:00 p.m. to 5:00 p.m.: $160 for the week.
Session II July 5 - 8 9 - 1 p.m. Lower Gym $236
Extended Care available from 1:00 p.m. to 5:00 p.m.: $128 for the week.
Session III July 25 - 29 9 - 1 p.m. Lower Gym $295
Extended Care available from 1:00 p.m. to 5:00 p.m.: $160 for the week.
Session IV August 1 - 5 9 - 1 p.m. Lower Gym $295
Extended Care available from 1:00 p.m. to 5:00 p.m.: $160 for the week.

If you are interested in this camp and your child is one grade below the recommended grade, please contact us.

What to wear and bring:
Athletic attire, athletic shoes, swinsuit, towel, sandals, water bottle, and sunscreen.

Contact Information:
Camp Director: Elan Buller
bullere@campbellhall.org
(818) 968-4350

CHAMPIONSHIP TENNIS

with Coach Melissa Detwiler for boys and girls entering grades 1-8

Session I:  June 13 - 17 (Grades 1-8)
Session II: 
July 11 - 15 (Grades 1-8)
Session III: 
August 1 - 5 (Grades 1-8)

The goal of this camp is to expose campers to the basics of tennis that will instill a lifelong love of the sport. Daily activities will focus on forehands, backhands, volleys, and serves in an encouraging and enthusiastic environment that promotes cooperation and sportsmanship. We will also play games as a group to foster teamwork and fair play, while providing a positive atmosphere where children can feel successful and have fun!  

Session I
Grades 1-8 June 13 - 17 9 - 1 p.m. Back Field Tennis Courts $295
Extended Care available from 1:00 p.m. to 5:00 p.m.: $128 for the week.
Note: No extended care offered on Monday, June 13.
Session II
Grades 1-8 July 11 - 15 9 - 1 p.m. Back Field Tennis Courts $295
Extended Care available from 1:00 p.m. to 5:00 p.m.: $160 for the week.
Session III
Grades 4-8 August 1 - 5 9 - 1 p.m. Back Field Tennis Courts $295
Extended Care available from 1:00 p.m. to 5:00 p.m.: $160 for the week.

If you are interested in this camp and your child is one grade below the recommended grade, please contact us.

What to wear and bring:
Athletic attire, athletic shoes, water bottle, and sunscreen.

Contact Information:
Camp Director: Melissa Detwiler
melissa@HenrytheSportsBug.com
(323) 252-1287

CHAMPIONSHIP  VOLLEYBALL

with Coach Robe Roberson for boys and girls entering grades 4-8

Session I:  June 20 - 24 (Grades 4-8)
Session II: 
July 11 - 15 (Grades 4-8)
Session III (Advanced): 
July 25 - 29 (Exclusively Grades 7-8)*

Campers will have the opportunity to develop strong fundamental skills, knowledge of the game, and the confidence and communication skills necessary to  participate successfully at more advanced levels. The camp is conducted by former players and current coaches with experience at both the high school and collegiate level, who combine their expertise to create a supportive and instructional environment where campers can have fun while they learn.     

*Session III camp is for 7th and  8th graders who have played volleyball on a competitive team previously and desire an intense, fast-paced atmosphere to elevate their game.  Camp will feature a mix of daily positional skill work and team play in 3, 4, and 6 member teams to ensure abundant game-like touches.  Player feedback will be immediate and plentiful.  Last, there will be a guest motivational speaker every day for each athlete’s mental development.

Session I
Grades 4-8 June 20 - 24 9 - 1 p.m. Garver Gym $295
Extended Care available from 1:00 p.m. to 5:00 p.m.: $160 for the week.
Session II
Grades 4-8 July 11 - 15 9 - 1 p.m. Garver Gym $295
Extended Care available from 1:00 p.m. to 5:00 p.m.: $160 for the week.
Session III (Advanced)
Grades 7-8 July 25 - 29 9 - 1 p.m. Garver Gym $295
Extended Care available from 1:00 p.m. to 5:00 p.m.: $160 for the week.

If you are interested in this camp and your child is one grade below the recommended grade, please contact us.

What to wear and bring:
Athletic attire, athletic shoes, water bottle, and knee pads.

Contact Information:
Camp Director: Robe Roberson
robersr@campbellhall.org
(206) 914-8636

VIKINGS  CHEER

with Coach Jenna Marshall for boys and girls entering grades 1-6

Session I:  June 27 - July 1  
Session II: 
July 18 - 22

At Vikings Cheer Camp we are all about school spirit! Our belief is that with the proper training, anyone can learn to cheer.  This camp is designed to teach campers at any skill level the fundamentals of cheerleading. Campers will be broken into groups by age and skill level to help cater to each camper’s needs. Each camper will be given the basics in cheer motions, techniques, jumps, stunts and dance.  Most importantly, Viking Cheer Camp is about having fun! So come join us for a week filled with excitement, new friends and school spirit. GO VIKINGS!

Session I June 27 - July 1 9 - 1 p.m. Lower Gym $295
Extended Care available from 1:00 p.m. to 5:00 p.m.: $160 for the week.
Session II July 18 - 22 9 - 1 p.m. Lower Gym $295
Extended Care available from 1:00 p.m. to 5:00 p.m.: $160 for the week.

If you are interested in this camp and your child is one grade below the recommended grade, please contact us.

What to wear and bring:
Athletic attire, athletic shoes, pony tail holder, and water bottle.

Contact Information:
Camp Director: Jenna Marshall
Email: marshajcampbellhall.org
Phone: (818) 515-6585(818) 645-9920

EXTENDED  DAY  PROGRAM

with Coach Freedom McCullough for boys and girls entering grades K-8
(Activities & Academic Enrichment after camp ends)

June 14 - August 5

Your camper doesn’t have to go home when the camp day ends.  The extended day program provides a place where campers and students can have fun, play games, and participate in enjoyable academic enrichment activities designed to keep their minds active and engaged during the summer.  The staff includes teachers and specialists who will create a program that is sure to appeal to everyone.  The schedule varies daily, but may include: recreational games, sports, fun academic enrichment activities, and much more! For an additional fee, early morning drop-off care starting at 8:00 a.m. will also be available. Please check online for more details.

Grades K-8 1 - 5 p.m. $80-$160/wk or $35 per day

Contact Information:
Camp Director: Freedom McCullough
mccullf@campbellhall.org
(818) 355-2360

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ANCIENT  WORLD  HISTORY &  GEOGRAPHY

June 27 - July 29 (1-YEAR CLASS)

For students who need to remediate Ancient World History or for incoming 10th - 12th grade students who are seeking ½ credit in Ancient World History

This course is designed as a five-week summer course that enables students to remediate Ancient World History. This course is also designed as an opportunity for students transferring to Campbell Hall High School to earn ½ credit in Ancient World History (part of the requirements for graduation).  The course covers the history of the world from approximately 500 BCE to 1500 CE, with major topics including: the classical world (Greece and Rome), the development of East Asian cultures, the spread of Christianity and Islam, the developments of kingdoms and empires during the Middle Ages (Asia, Africa, and Europe), feudalism, the Renaissance, the Reformation, and European “exploration”. The class will be structured as a combination of direct instruction, small group activities, and individual work in a technology-based setting.   Additionally, the class will have a guided research project to help students further develop and enhance these skills to prepare them for future classes. Campbell Hall Summer Class attendance policy applies to this course. (No class on 7/4.)

Session I June 27 - July 29 Monday - Friday 12:30 p.m. - 4:00 p.m.
Instructor: Kyle Clower Tuition: $1480

ART HISTORY

Session I: June 27 - July 15 (1-SEMESTER CLASS)
Session II: July 11 - 29 (1-SEMESTER CLASS)

For rising 12th graders*

The student becomes a viewer of art as a means of communication and expression by looking at artworks from the ancient Egyptians to contemporary artists. A chronological survey of western art is presented along with the elements and principles of art. Students learn to identify various styles and come to understand how history, politics and cultural values are reflected in the visual arts. Students have opportunities to develop their critical thinking skills and learn about the aesthetics of a particular culture and period. Field trips to museums and current exhibitions are integral to the course. Successful completion of the course satisfies the Campbell Hall High School Art History requirement. *Priority registration given to rising seniors through May 1st. Campbell Hall Summer Class attendance policy applies to this course.  (NOTE: Space is limited.) (No class on 7/4.)

Session I June 27 - July 15 Monday - Friday 9 a.m. - 12 p.m.
Instructor: Allison Shrage Tuition: $790
Session II July 11 - 29 Monday - Friday 9 a.m. - 12 p.m.
Instructor: Kyle Clower Tuition: $790

CERAMICS & PRINTMAKING IN COMBINATION

June 27 - July 15

For students entering grades 9-12

This course is designed to develop both aesthetic and conceptual inquiry while working with ceramic materials. The students will be introduced to the varied techniques of designing and constructing three-dimensional clay objects. The students will become aware of the various technical aspects of the ceramic materials while exploring individual expression. Selected ceramic historical material will be included with an emphasis on contemporary ceramic art genres.  The summer class will focus on a variety of hand building techniques, as well as a variety of printmaking techniques with clay. The class is open to beginning through advanced students in grades 9-12.

Session I June 27 - July 15 Monday - Friday 9 a.m. - 12 p.m.
Instructor: Jill Schulman Tuition: $740

COLLEGE COUNSELING BOOT CAMP

August 8 - 16 (5-DAY WORKSHOP)

For rising 12th graders

The Campbell Hall College Counseling Boot Camp offers a complete approach to building a college admissions application and is ideal for students who have busy fall schedules.  The small student/faculty ratio (12:1) enhances the effectiveness and intimacy of our program.  Each day the students will craft their essay(s) and writing supplements with an English teacher for two hours, then work with his/her college counselor for two hours.  The counselors will: 1) direct the students through more in-depth research while developing a balanced list of prospective colleges; 2) help students understand how to complete each part of the Common Application and review their progress; and 3) teach students about the college interview process. Students will make substantial progress on the completion of their applications. This five-day camp is most appropriate for seniors who are applying to private and/or public colleges or universities (especially students who plan to apply Early Decision and/or Early Action) using the Common Application. We will briefly address the UC and CSU applications and the process that they use. Early registration is strongly encouraged, as the camp has filled up every year. We often have a waitlist.  We have made a concerted effort to schedule Boot Camp so as not to conflict with other Campbell Hall summer activities, but please check the dates before signing up, as daily attendance is mandatory. A confirmation email will be sent out at the end of June. (NOTE: Space is limited.)

Monday, Aug. 8, Tuesday, Aug. 9, Thursday, Aug. 11, Saturday, Aug. 13, Tuesday, Aug. 16
Weekdays 9 a.m. – 1 p.m.   Saturday 10 a.m. – 2 p.m.
Instructor: Campbell Hall College Counselors and English Teachers  Tuition: $790

GEOMETRY A

June 27 - July 29 (1-YEAR CLASS)

For rising 9th and 10th graders who have completed a full year of Algebra I and have a teacher recommendation or for students who are remediating Geometry

Geometry A is designed to prepare students in the investigation, understanding, and application of plane geometry. Course topics include basic theorems and postulates of parallel lines, congruent triangles, quadrilaterals, similarity, circles, polygon area, right triangles applications, and volume and surface area of solids. Students are also introduced to basic trigonometry concepts (sine, cosine, and tangent). Throughout the year, students incorporate the writing of basic two-column proofs to further explore geometric concepts and analytical thinking. This course is designed for students using a visual approach to the topics in geometry. This course also provides opportunities for additional review in the basic concepts of Algebra I. Campbell Hall Summer Class attendance policy applies to this course. (No class on 7/4.)                     

Session I June 27 - July 29 Monday - Friday 8:30 a.m. - 12 p.m.
Instructor: Kevin Kelley, David Riddell Tuition: $1480

HIGH  SCHOOL  STUDY SKILLS PREP

June 27 - July 8 (2-WEEK WORKSHOP)

For rising 9th graders

This two-week course will cover practical study skills to give students a solid foundation for high school humanities classes. Sessions will begin with time devoted to building upon each student’s study skills. Coursework will focus on topics such as organization, active reading, note taking, brainstorming, test preparation, and research. The second portion of each class will apply what students learn to the required summer English reading. At the end of the course, students will have strengthened their academic skills for High School level humanities coursework and they will have completed the summer assignment for English. (NOTE: Space is limited.)  (No class on 7/4.)

Session I June 27 - July 8 Monday - Friday 12:30 p.m. - 2:30 p.m.
Instructor: Catherine Siphron Tuition: $415

JUNIOR  HIGH  QUICKSTART

June 20 - 24

For students entering 7th Grade at Campbell Hall in Fall 2016

QuickStart is a one-week summer program designed to provide our incoming students with an opportunity to meet their 7th grade teachers, meet other students in the class of 2022, and get a jump start on the transition to junior high.

Through cooperative, hands-on activities in science, math, English, and technology, students will explore, innovate, and make new friends. Further, students will get to set up their email accounts, and learn the ins and outs of life at Campbell Hall.

Session I June 20 - 24 8:50 a.m. - 2:35 p.m. Tuition: $475

MODERN WORLD HISTORY & GEOGRAPHY

June 27 - July 29 (1-YEAR CLASS)

For students who need to remediate Modern World History & Geography

This course is designed as a five-week summer course that enables students to remediate Modern World History. The course covers the history of the world from approximately 1500 CE to the modern day, with major topics including: absolutism, the Enlightenment, revolutions and nationalism, industrialization, imperialism, World War I, World War II, the Cold War, independence in the Third World, and issues in the contemporary world. The class will be structured as a combination of direct instruction, small group activities, and individual work in a technology-based setting. Additionally, the class will have a guided research project to help students further develop and enhance these skills to prepare them for future classes. *Campbell Hall Summer Class attendance policy applies to this course. (No class on 7/4.)

Session I June 27 - July 29 Monday - Friday 12:30 p.m. - 4 p.m.
Instructor: Kyle Clower Tuition: $1480

MUSIC  HISTORY

June 27 - July 15 (1-SEMESTER CLASS)

For rising 12th graders*

A survey course of Western European music from the time of Pythagoras (6th century B.C.) I to the 20th century. This course incorporates elements of non-traditional and non-Western music. Musical forms are placed in the social, religious, and political perspectives of the times in which they were developed. The course is designed to give students a practical means of recognizing and identifying all forms and styles of music. Successful completion of the course satisfies the Campbell Hall High School Music History requirement. *Priority registration will be given to rising seniors through May 1st. Campbell Hall Summer Class attendance policy applies to this course.  (NOTE: Space is limited.) (No class on 7/4.)

Session I June 27 - July 15 Monday - Friday 12:30 - 3:30 p.m.
Instructor: Erik Koski Tuition: $740

PRE-CALCULUS/TRIGONOMETRY

June 27 - July 29 (1-YEAR CLASS)

For students who have completed high school mathematics core courses and have a teacher recommendation

This course is designed to integrate the subject matter of trigonometry and third year algebra. A unified approach to pre-calculus covers the major topics of advanced algebra including: higher order polynomials, advanced graphic techniques, inequalities, exponential and logarithmic functions, matrix and vector analysis, polar coordinates and complex numbers, and conic sections. Topics of trigonometry will include trigonometric functions and their inverses, graphs of these functions, trigonometric identities and equations, and applications of trigonometry. In addition, students will learn basic probability and statistics. This course includes the use of a graphing calculator and appropriate computer programs, and provides a background for students planning college courses requiring trigonometry and pre-calculus. Please note: Completion of this course will not qualify students for AP Calculus. Campbell Hall Summer Class attendance policy applies to this course. (No class on 7/4.)

Session I June 27 - July 29 Monday - Friday 8:30 a.m. - 12 p.m.
Instructor: Lucine Ohannessian Tuition: $1480

SENIOR  SEMINAR:  ETHNIC  LA

July 25 - August 6 (1-SEMESTER CLASS)

For rising 12th graders

The City of Los Angeles has been greatly influenced by myriad ethnic groups that have migrated and settled here. The city has in turn affected them significantly.  An examination of the language, cultural arts, and history of these groups will lead students to a better understanding of the world around them.  Race relations, ethnic enclaves/cultural demography, and the social and political history of the city will be discussed in class. The greatest resource available to students is the accessibility of the city. Experiential learning will be required in the form of out-of-classroom assignments and field trips. Completion of this course satisfies the Campbell Hall High School Senior Seminar requirement. Campbell Hall Summer Class attendance policy applies to this course. (NOTE: Space is limited.)

Session I July 25 - August 6 Monday - Saturday 12:30 - 4 p.m.
Instructor: Steve Wachs Tuition: $790

SENIOR  SEMINAR:  HORROR IN  CLASSIC AND CONTEMPORARY  FILM, TV  &  FICTION

June 27 - July 15 (1-SEMESTER CLASS)

For rising 12th graders

Scary movies and stories are notorious for inciting strong emotional responses, but the genre carries much deeper value than as mere popcorn entertainment. Horror is often used as a covert mode for presenting complex themes and social commentary, and over time, the genre has adapted to cultural and social concerns. In this course, students will use their skills of analysis, honed in previous humanities courses, to explore cultural themes presented in the material, such as gender, mortality, politics, mental illness, religion, and social class.  Completion of this course satisfies the Campbell Hall High School Senior Seminar requirement. Campbell Hall Summer Class attendance policy applies to this course.

(NOTE: Space is limited.) (No class on 7/4.)            

Session I June 27 - July 15 Monday - Friday 12:30 - 3:30 p.m.
Instructor: Jessica LeBlanc Tuition: $740

SENIOR  SEMINAR:  THE  ART  WORLD  TODAY

July 5 - 16 (1-SEMESTER CLASS)

For rising 12th graders

The Art World Today: Hot topics, trends and careers in Visual Arts — Why does a Picasso painting sell for more than that of a Rembrandt?   What is the role of the museum in the today’s art world?  Have you ever wondered how to tell if a work of art is real or fake? This seminar will explore a wide range of topical issues in the arts, including the role of museums and galleries, the auction market, art collecting and art evaluation. Students will expand their knowledge about the field and will have the opportunity to discover a wide range of career possibilities through readings, discussions, field trips and connections with various professionals in the field. There will be a classroom visit from an art appraiser as well as field trips to a fine art auctioneer and to a Los Angeles museum.  Ms. Shrage brings personal insight and knowledge to the course from her ten-year career in the fine art auction business.  Completion of this course satisfies the Campbell Hall High School Senior Seminar requirement. Campbell Hall Summer Class attendance policy applies to this course.

(NOTE: Space is limited.)

Session I July 5 - 16 Monday - Saturday 12:30 - 4 p.m.
Instructor: Allison Shrage Tuition: $790

U.S. HISTORY &  GOVERNMENT

June 27 - July 29 (1-YEAR CLASS)

For students who need to remediate United States History and Government

This course is designed as a five-week summer course that enables students to remediate United States History and Government. The course covers the history of the United States from colonization to the present day, including: the foundations of the United States, westward expansion, the Civil War and Reconstruction, the Gilded Age, World War I, the Roaring Twenties and Great Depression, World War II, the Cold War, the Korean War and the Vietnam War, the Civil Rights movement, late 20th Century America, and contemporary issues in the United States. The class will be structured as a combination of direct instruction, small group activities, and individual work in a technology-based setting. Additionally, the class will have a guided research project to help students further develop and enhance these skills to prepare them for future classes. Campbell Hall Summer Class attendance policy applies to this course. (No class on 7/4.)

Session I June 27 - July 29 Monday - Friday 12:30 - 4 p.m.
Instructor: Kyle Clower Tuition: $1480


POLICIES

For Summer Camps & Enrichment Classes

Change or Cancellation Policy: A full refund, less a $25 processing fee, will be issued, if requested in writing, up until May 1, 2016 for all classes, programs and camps.  NO REFUNDS WILL BE ISSUED AFTER MAY 1, 2016, for any of our camps or enrichment programs.  A $25 transfer fee will be charged for any camp or enrichment program transfer made between May 1, 2016 and 9:00 a.m. on the second day of any camp or enrichment program, for which the transfer is being requested.  

For High School Academic & Enrichment Classes

Refund Policy: NO REFUNDS WILL BE ISSUED AFTER MAY 1, 2016, FOR ANY  “1-SEMESTER” OR ENRICHMENT CLASSES.  Students enrolled in “1-year classes” can withdraw from the second half of the course if a withdrawal request is made, in writing, before the start of the second half of the class.  A pro-rated refund, minus a $100 withdrawal fee, will be issued for students withdrawing from the second half of a one-year high school course. 

Campbell Hall Summer Class Attendance Policy: Due to the accelerated nature of summer classes, a student who is absent more than 20% of any  “for-credit” summer class will be withdrawn from the class and will not receive credit.  The Campbell Hall policy regarding tardies will apply to all  “for-credit” summer classes, whereby three tardies is the equivalent of missing one class.