About
Parking + Transportation

Students

Campus Gates

List of 2 items.

  • Main Entrance/Exit

    Gate 2 (at Laurel Canyon/Landale) is designated as the main campus entrance and exit for all other drivers including parents/guardians, faculty/staff, and guests.
  • Student Driver Entrance

    Gate 1 is the designated student-only entrance each morning. Students 
must enter Gate 1 unless it is closed, at which time students may utilize Gate 2 as an entrance.

List of 1 items.

  • Walking + Biking


    For students, faculty, and staff who live near Campbell Hall, walking or biking is an easy and sustainable way to commute to campus.

    To optimize pedestrian safety on and around campus, please note the following guidelines for pedestrians and bicyclists at Campbell Hall:
    • When crossing Laurel Canyon, pedestrians coming to campus should use the east-west crosswalk at Landale St. and Laurel Canyon. Students may not utilize the east-west crosswalk on Laurel Canyon/101 freeway intersection at any time.
    • The pedestrian and bicycle entrance and exit during drop-off and pick-up times is located at the middle gate of the Arts and Education Center on Laurel Canyon. This gate will be guarded by security personnel during these times. During non-peak times, pedestrians and bicyclists should seek entrance through the security-guard monitored entrance at Gate 1.
    • Once inside the campus, the "hill" roadway from the Meditation Garden to the Garver Gym stairs is designated as a pedestrian-only area outside of busy drop-off/pick-up traffic times.
    • Bicycle parking racks are available near Gate 1 (adjacent to the middle school faculty lounge).

List of 1 items.

  • Parking Regulations + Fine Structure


    Campbell Hall's Conditional Use Permit with the City of Los Angeles and efforts to nurture good neighbor relations with our surrounding community require us to adhere to certain parking and transportation guidelines as outlined in the Campbell Hall Parking and Transportation Plan. Because violations of this plan can endanger pedestrians, infringe upon good neighbor relation efforts, and jeopardize the school's ability to work constructively with the City of Los Angeles, repeated infractions to the school's Parking and Transportation Plan will be subject to fines for repeated offenses.

    The following are serious violations:
    1. Student, faculty, staff, or parent parking on residential streets adjacent to campus.
    2. Dropping off and/or picking up of passengers on Laurel Canyon or in the adjacent neighborhoods.
    3. Making U-turns in the adjacent Landale neighborhood.
    4. Parking in non-designated parking spots on or off campus. 
    5. Dropping off and/or picking up in non-designated locations on campus (e.g. AEC P1 garage).
    First infractions will receive a written warning notification reminding the driver to review the Parking & Transportation Plan. Second infractions will receive a $100 fine notification, third infractions will receive a $250 fine notification, and fourth infractions will receive a $1,000 fine notification. All notifications will be delivered via hard copy and email and will be forwarded to the Business Office for payment processing if fines are incurred.

    If, within one school year, more than four incidents occur with respect to any family, Campbell Hall may choose not extend an invitation to renew school enrollment as repeated violation of this policy reflects a sufficient inconsistency with school values.

    We cannot overstate the importance of making drop-off/pick-up more efficient, of increasing our carpool numbers, or the necessity of being sensitive to the impact of Campbell Hall drivers on the neighborhood. We ask for your fullest cooperation and participation in this plan, and that you share it with anyone who is designated to drive on or around campus on behalf of your family.
4533 Laurel Canyon Blvd., Studio City, CA 91607
TEL 818.980.7280 | Email
Campbell Hall is an independent coeducational day school for grades K-12, located in Studio City, CA. We are affiliated with the Episcopal Church and its 500-year history of academic excellence, and are also one of the most religiously and racially diverse schools in southern California.

Copyright 2019 Campbell Hall