Strategic Plan

Ethical, Spiritual, Social, and Emotional Development

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    As a school of faith and reason rooted in the rich 500-year tradition of Episcopal education, ethical and spiritual development are at the heart of all we do. As an integral part of this identity, Campbell Hall is a member of the National Association of Episcopal Schools (NAES), and the Head of School and chaplains are ordained Episcopal priests. Through inclusive programming such as chapel, world religion courses, and student and family affinity organizations, students develop individual and group identities, deepen their understanding of different belief systems and cultures, and strengthen values of respect for others. 
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  • GOAL 1.1

    Communicate to internal and external audiences how the ancient conversation between faith and reason has taken such a modern, relevant, and compelling form at Campbell Hall.
  • GOAL 1.2

    Expand programming in spiritual, social, and emotional learning.
  • GOAL 1.3

    Identify, measure, and track student outcomes related to ethical and spiritual development.
  • GOAL 1.4

    Engage parents in a values-driven school-parent partnership that maximizes parent connection and spirituality towards the goal of jointly raising decent, loving, and responsible human beings.

Academic Excellence and Innovation

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    As a community of inquiry, academic excellence and innovation drive our programming. Joyful, purposeful learning and deep relationships with others lead our students to understand the wonder of something greater than themselves. Our faculty design rigorous, meaningful, and relevant experiences that promote curiosity, engagement, connection, and self-reflection.
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  • GOAL 2.1

    Utilize Campbell Hall’s distinctive mission statement and academic philosophy as a foundation for academic policies, curricula, and programs.
  • GOAL 2.2

    Articulate a K-12 student assessment philosophy.
  • GOAL 2.3

    Articulate our approach to meeting the needs of accelerated learners (K-12).
  • GOAL 2.4

    Implement the revised faculty evaluation framework that promotes teaching mastery.

Business Continuity and Development

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    Planning for and securing Campbell Hall’s future has always been critical to the school’s strategic plan. Because of this foresight and the school’s community’s efforts, we have been able to weather tumultuous times including a financial crisis and a global pandemic. With a balanced operating budget, growth in fundraising, a robust endowment, and a highly successful admissions record with full enrollment K-12, Campbell Hall’s financial position continues to be strong.
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  • GOAL 3.1

    Maintain a strong financial institution by continuing to balance the operating budget and grow additional sources of revenue through ongoing and effective fundraising campaigns.
  • GOAL 3.2

    Review facilities, operations, and technology for needed upgrades in order to maintain the integrity of existing infrastructure and systems, and recommend any needed campus improvements.
  • GOAL 3.3

    Recruit and retain high-performing employees, provide ongoing professional development opportunities, and actively assess and support the well-being of all employees.
  • GOAL 3.4

    Develop and institute well-planned strategies to help meet established enrollment goals.

Social Responsibility

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    Meaningful outreach and service learning opportunities are integral to the Campbell Hall educational experience, helping to nurture every student's character and soul and creating a more compassionate and connected community. Giving back is how we put our values into action.
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  • GOAL 4.1

    Grow public partnerships to expand service learning opportunities for high school students and strengthen the CH brand as an independent school with a public purpose.
  • GOAL 4.2

    Launch the IDEA (Inquiry, Democracy, Equity, and Agency) Center, where students, faculty, staff, and administrators will have enhanced opportunities to incubate and launch mission-driven projects and programs to benefit communities both on and off campus.
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    Expand programs that offer students meaningful and impactful opportunities to develop a sense of social responsibility and engage in servant leadership.

Diversity, Equity, Inclusion, and Justice

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    Campbell Hall has long been devoted to cultivating and sustaining a safe environment that empowers individuals and groups to discover and celebrate their identity. By continuing to challenge ourselves to create an inclusive community with no “outsiders,” we follow our moral imperative as an Episcopal school and teach students to lead effectively in a diverse world. By recruiting and retaining a more diverse faculty and student body, we also position the school more effectively for the future of our vibrantly diverse city and neighborhoods. In all of this work, we are ever mindful of our call to be decent, loving, and responsible human beings.

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  • GOAL 5.1

    Operationalize and center a lens for DEIJ across the institution through division leadership and Heads Executive Group.
  • GOAL 5.2

    Each academic department will demonstrate a comprehensive DEIJ-centered curriculum and pedagogy.
  • GOAL 5.3

    Focus on student belonging and identity development outcomes.
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    Regular assessment of all policy and community expectations, formal and informal (handbooks, personnel policies, and parent communications).
  • GOAL 5.5

    Strengthen Family DEIJ competency by providing parent education.
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    Enhance efforts to recruit and retain students and families from diverse backgrounds.
  • GOAL 5.7

    Maintain Historic Commitments toward DEIJ
    1. Reaffirm our value for diversity around the themes of inclusion, access, service, and leadership
    2. Enhance efforts to recruit and retain diverse faculty, staff, and leadership (administrative and board)
    3. Strengthen our affinity and mentoring groups while also promoting diversity of leadership in all student and parent activities
    4. Enhance efforts to recruit and retain students and families of color
    5. Grow socioeconomic diversity K-12
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Campbell Hall is an independent, Episcopal, K-12 all gender day school. We are a community of inquiry committed to academic excellence and to the nurturing of decent, loving, and responsible human beings.
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