Preparing the next generation of good people
In planning for Campbell Hall’s 75th birthday in 2019, the Strategic Planning Committee came to the consensus that the five years leading up to it should usher in a period of increasing innovation on campus. Successful changes to the schedules, new classes, growth in public partnership programs, the integration of the Nathanson-Swiger Chapel and Spiritual Center - into the life of the school, and thoughtful introduction of new technology across the grades — all broad collaborative efforts — have emboldened us to view listening to and honoring good new ideas as one of our most important hallmarks as a community of inquiry.
Strategic planning helps us to define our shared goals, determine actions to achieve those goals, mobilize resources to successfully implement them, and holds us accountable to assessing our progress.
The best way for Campbell Hall to sustain a strong trajectory is by engaging a community of teachers and learners intent on rising joyfully to the very biggest challenges facing humankind. This energy – the energy of the true community of inquiry – has unimaginable potential and is the key to our success and indeed the success of this human century. This is truly an exciting time to be an educator, particularly at an institution as both grounded and dynamic as this one.