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  • New York Times Video Contest Winners

    Congratulations to 8th graders Story M. ’28 and Lochlan T. ’28 who were named runners-up in The New York Times 11th annual 15-second vocabulary video contest. The contest invites students to define or teach one of the publication’s recent Words of the Day. Out of more than 1,200 middle and high school student entries from around the world, Story and Lochlan placed in the top 20!  
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  • Mia L. ’27

    9th Grader Awarded Internship Opportunity

    Mia L. ’27 has been selected to serve as an intern at The Valley Economic Alliance, a nonprofit organization that brings together public and private governments, businesses, educational institutions, and community organizations to promote economic vitality and prosperity in the San Fernando Valley. Mia will gain valuable skills and opportunities through this unique volunteer position.
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CH Magazine

The Good is Campbell Hall’s news magazine dedicated to covering people, programs, and events that reflect Campbell Hall's dynamic school community.
Published twice a year, The Good welcomes story ideas and news submissions to

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  • Hilary Palmer Rehder '94

    Director of Strategic Marketing and Communications

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  • Vivianne Fernquist

    Associate Director of Communications + Archivist

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  • Jennifer Gartley

    Communications Manager + Webmaster

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  • Jenny Bealmear

    Communications Manager
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