Campbell Hall’s secondary program combines a curriculum that is both traditional and innovative, with one of the most unique schedules in the independent school world. Our 75-minute rotating block schedule is designed to allow time in each class to become fully engaged in online research, lecture, seminar, discussion, multi-media projects – whatever interactive method best brings the subject matter to life. We offer a truly dynamic, research-based educational program set apart by a student-centered approach to teaching.
At the core of our secondary curriculum is an appreciation for the fact that students are in the process of developing the power to reason; that they are evolving a pattern of faith for daily living, part of which involves their evolution as decent, loving, and responsible human beings; that they are preparing for further education; and that they are learning to become informed contributors in society.
Our high school curriculum engages Campbell Hall students as it is continually expanded to provide a challenging mix of curricular offerings. From exploring the 3D printing process, and our on-campus telescope to incorporating principles of engineering, computer science, mathematics, and robotics, Campbell Hall is committed to combining cutting-edge, technologically-enriched experiences.