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The application deadline for the 2019-20 school year for all grades has now passed.
Students who are interested in applying for the fall can still submit a late application. Late applications may be considered if we find that we have an opening this spring or over the summer. If we are not able to consider your application for the 2019-20 school year, late applications can be rolled over to the 2020-21 admissions season. If you are interested in submitting and application for the 2020-21 school year, please see the timeline below.

Admissions Application Timeline

August 15, 2019
Online Application Available
 
November 8, 2019
K-12 Current Campbell Hall Sibling Applicants Deadline

December 19, 2019
Grades K-12 Application Deadline

January 17, 2020
Paperwork Deadline

March 6, 2020
Decision letters sent to grades 9-12 applicant families

March 13, 2020
Decision letters sent to grades K-8 applicant families

March 17, 2020
Responses to decision letters from grades 9-12 applicant families due by noon

March 23, 2020
Responses to decision letters from grades K-8 applicant families due by noon
 

Elementary (K-6)

List of 6 items.

  • Step 1: Apply Online

    Complete an online application. The non-refundable application fee of $135 must be charged using a credit card. Please submit your application early to secure an interview appointment. Please note: Kindergarten applicants must be five years old by September 1 of the entering year.

    The application due date for grades K-12 is December 19, 2019.
  • Step 2: Schedule an Interview

    After you have submitted your application, you will receive an email inviting you to select a date and time for your family interview. These 45 minutes to 1 hour interviews include the applicant as well as parent(s)/guardian(s). We also offer the option of a short campus tour during your interview. We strongly recommend that you schedule an interview appointment as soon as possible. Please note: Applicants reapplying to grades 1 through 6 who completed an interview during last year’s admissions season will not need to interview again this season.
  • Step 3: Evaluation and Testing

    Applying to Kindergarten
    Readiness Assessment: All kindergarten applicants will be given a short tour and a readiness assessment by an Admissions Associate on the day of the interview. Parent(s)/guardian(s) will be given a short school tour with the Associate Director of Admissions during this time.

    Mini-day: Kindergarten applicants also participate in an hour long mini-day. They will be socializing with other students, listening and responding to a story and a song, and participating in choice play time. Mini-days take place on specific Saturdays from October through January. Included in the email about interview scheduling, you will also receive instructions on how to schedule a Mini-day. 

    Applying to Grades 1-4
    Testing takes place on the Campbell Hall campus. Included in the email about interview scheduling, you will also receive instructions on how to schedule elementary testing. 

    Applying to Grades 5-6
    Applicants for grades 5-6 must take the Independent School Entrance Examination (ISEE). You may register online at iseetest.org, or by mail. Request that student score reports be sent to Campbell Hall (School Code: 052133). Applicants must submit the ISEE scores by January 17, 2020. If your students opts to take the ISEEs more than once, Campbell Hall requires that you submit all scores by January 17, 2020.
  • Step 4: Recommendation Form

    The online application will allow for recommendations to be submitted electronically if you provide the recommender's email address. The progress of electronic submissions can be tracked through the application portal. If, however, your school prefers hard copies, you can download the forms from this page.

    Applying to Kindergarten
    One Preschool Evaluation Form from applicant's current pre-school teacher

    Applying to Grade 1
    One confidential Teacher Recommendation Form from applicant’s current teacher.

    One Administrator Recommendation Form from a current school administrator who is familiar with the applicant.

    Applying to Grades 2-4
    Two confidential Teacher Recommendation Forms from the applicant’s current teacher. If the student has one teacher, the second recommendation may be from an academic teacher who has taught the applicant during the past two years.

    One Administrator Recommendation Form from a current school administrator who is familiar with the applicant.

    Applying to Grades 5-6
    Two confidential Teacher Recommendation Forms from the applicant’s current English and Math teachers. If the student has one teacher, the second recommendation may be from an academic teacher who has taught the applicant during the past two years.

    One Administrator Recommendation Form from a current school administrator who is familiar with the applicant.
  • Step 5: Transcript/Report Card

    Please send a signed Transcript Release Form to the school or schools from which you will be requesting an “official” transcript.

    Applying to Grade 1
    A first semester or trimester report card from the current academic year is required.

    Applying to Grades 2
    Transcripts should include applicant’s grades from the preceding school year. Please also submit the results of any standardized tests. A first semester or trimester report card from the current academic year is required.

    Applying to Grades 3-6
    Transcripts should include applicant’s grades from the preceding two school years. Please also submit the results of any standardized tests. A first semester or trimester report card from the current academic year is required.
  • Step 6: Financial Aid Application

    For families applying for financial aid, more information can be found on our Tuition + Financial Aid section. You may also contact Eileen Powers, Director of Financial Aid, at 818.505.5317 or by email.

Secondary (7-12)

List of 7 items.

  • Step 1: Apply Online

    Complete an online application. The non-refundable application fee of $135 must be charged using a credit card. Please submit your application early to secure an interview appointment. The application due date for grades K-12 is December 19, 2019.
  • Step 2: Schedule an Interview

    After you have submitted your application, you will receive an email inviting you to select a date and time for your family interview. These 45 minutes to 1 hour interviews visits include the applicant as well as parent(s)/guardian(s). We also offer the option of a short campus tour during your interview. We strongly recommend that you apply and schedule an interview appointment as early in the season as possible. Please note: Applicants reapplying to grades 8, 10, 11, or 12 who completed an interview during last year’s admissions season will not need to interview again this season.
  • Step 3: Evaluation and Testing

    All applicants for grades 7-12 must take the Independent School Entrance Examination (ISEE) or the Secondary School Admissions Test (SSAT). You may register online at iseetest.org or ssat.org. Request that student score reports be sent to Campbell Hall (ISEE School Code: 052133; SSAT School Code: 2030). Applicants must submit their test scores by January 17, 2020. If your students opts to take the ISEEs more than once, Campbell Hall requires that you submit all scores by January 17, 2020.
  • Step 4: Teacher Recommendation Forms

    We require two confidential Teacher Recommendation Forms from the applicant’s current English and Math teachers. You may have submitted your recommendations electronically at the end of the online application process. If, however, your school prefers hard copies, you can download the forms from this page.
  • Step 5: Administrator Recommendation Form

    We require one Administrator Recommendation Form from a current school administrator who is familiar with the applicant. You may have submitted the recommendation electronically at the end of the online application process. If, however, your school prefers a hard copy, you can download the forms from this page.
  • Step 6: Transcript/Report Card

    We request that students submit transcripts that include two prior years of schooling, as well as a current report card. Please send a signed Transcript Release Form to the school or schools from which you will be requesting an “official” transcript.
  • Step 7: Financial Aid Application

    For families applying for financial aid, more information can be found on our Tuition + Financial Aid section. You may also contact Eileen Powers, Director of Financial Aid, at 818.505.5317 or by email.

International Students

List of 9 items.

  • EduCal

    Campbell Hall has partnered with EduCal to accept applications from international students who require I-20s in order to attend school in the United States. Please contact Omar Rivera (Regional Manager, EduCal) at 626.487.2657 or homestayapplication1@educal.us for more information about applying to Campbell Hall.

    Please note: Campbell Hall is not a boarding school and does not offer dormitory options for international students. For more information about applying to Campbell Hall and housing accommodations through a homestay, please contact EduCal.
  • Important Dates for International Student Applications

    August 15, 2019
    Online Application Available

    December 19, 2019
    9-12 Application Deadline

    January 17, 2020
    Recommendation Forms Deadline - Exact Date TBA
  • Required Testing

    TOEFL I.B.T. (for students applying from a country where English is not the primary language) AND one of the following: ISEE, ERB, PSAT.

    Please note: Campbell Hall does not have an ESL program nor do we provide a modified curriculum or ESL support. As a result, we are looking for qualified international students who score 100 or above on the TOEFL I.B.T. test and who score within the top two percentiles on the ISEE, ERB, or PSAT.
  • Step 1: Apply Online

    Complete an online application. The non-refundable application fee of $135 must be charged using a credit card. Please submit your application early to secure an interview appointment.

    The application due date for grades 9-12 is December 19, 2019.
  • Step 2: Schedule an Interview

    After you have submitted your application, you will receive an email from the Admissions Office to set-up an interview. Interviews for International students will be done via Skype, unless the student plans to be in the Los Angeles area.
  • Step 3: Evaluation and testing

    All applicants for grades 9-12 must take the TOEFL I.B.T and one of the following tests: ISEE, ERB or SAT. Please be sure to request that student score reports be sent to Campbell Hall.
  • Step 4: Teacher Recommendation Forms

    We require two confidential Teacher Recommendation Forms from two of the applicant’s current teachers. You may have submitted your recommendations electronically at the end of the application process. If, however, your school prefers hard copies, you can download the forms from this page.
  • Step 5: Administrator Recommendation Form

    We require one Administrator Recommendation Form from a current school administrator who is familiar with the applicant. You may have submitted the recommendation electronically at the end of the application process. If, however, your school prefers hard copies, you can download the forms from this page. 
  • Step 6: Transcript/Report Card

    We request that students submit transcripts that include two prior years of schooling, as well as a current report card. Please send a signed Transcript Release form to the school or schools from which you will be requesting an “official” transcript.
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