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Educational Support Services
The goal of the Educational Support Services program is to encourage students in their growth as learners by helping them develop life-long learning skills. In partnership with teachers and parents, the directors of the program craft individualized learning plans, meet with students for check-ins as needed, and act as liaisons between home, school, and outside support. The directors also provide referrals to specialists for educational and developmental assessment. The program is not a special education program; rather, the program encourages students to use the community of inquiry model as a means to self-advocacy.
Dr. Courtney Behrenhausen
Educational Support Services, K-8
Courtney Behrenhausen started her journey at Campbell Hall as a history teacher and later as Junior High Dean. She created the position of Director of Educational Support Services in 2001. Courtney is a graduate of Amherst College (B.A. in English and Political Science), Loyola Law School (J.D.) and The Chicago School of Professional Psychology (PsyD).
Julie Scurry, L.C.S.W.
Educational Support Services, 9-12
Julie Scurry, L.C.S.W. returns to Campbell Hall after graduating with the Class of ’97. She has worked extensively with students with learning differences since graduating from USC (B.A. Creative Writing, Minor Cinema T.V.) in 2001. Julie also attended NYU (M.S.W.) and earned her clinical hours as a counselor at a school for students with a variety of learning styles in NYC. She was previously at Park Century School in Culver City.