Argyll Academy

Created in 1963, Argyll Academy was formed as a prestigious all-girls high school on the Campbell Hall campus. In 1983, the high school transitioned to a co-ed K-12 school. Argyll will remain a significant part of the Campbell Hall journey and never be forgotten.

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  • Debra "Cissy" Beck Engilman ’71

    My mother wrote in my baby book that the first day of school (September 15, 1958) was such a proud and happy one for me. For weeks I had put on my school uniform to show everyone and said, "Don't you think people will think I am in junior high?" I was four years old and seven months.

    To this day the thirteen years I spent as a student and the four years I spent teaching there were happy and proud for me. Campbell Hall and Argyll Academy were my solid foundation. When Mrs. Doris Welch asked me to mentor under her after graduating from University of Denver, I was honored. She was the best kindergarten teacher ever, hard shoes to fill.

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75 Years of Good: Explore Our History

75 Years of Good celebrates Campbell Hall’s history, from the school’s founding to an exploration of our traditions. This special publication highlights all of the school’s most interesting facts and stories. Thumb through the pages to see if you find a photo of yourself, a friend, or a favorite faculty member!

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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.

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