After-School Programs

After-School Programs are open to K-6 students, providing an opportunity for extended play and participation in a wide variety of programs. The basic philosophy of After-School Programs is the same as the values and ideals practiced during regular school hours. We strive to continue the development of the student’s self-esteem, self-expression, and self-control in a safe environment and familiar surroundings.

Remote Learning / Virtual Programs

Campbell Hall offers a rich array of programs every day of the week. Classes are taught by experienced Campbell Hall teachers and coaches. We invite your child to participate! Click here to register.

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Contact Us

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  • Jan Weiss

    Director of Childcare and After-School Programs

Postponed Programs

Some of our programming is currently postponed. In the meantime, you can review the previous year's program for a glimpse at what is normally offered.


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  • Yoga*Groove*Flow (Kindergarten)

    This dynamic, fun, energizing class is a great afternoon treat for the mind, body and soul! We will groove to great music in this vinyasa flow yoga class—beginning in a sequence of high-energy poses and then cooling down. A symphony of movement: combining yoga poses, stretching, and a cardio workout. For more specific information about this class, please contact the instructor: Brandy Curry 


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  • Athletics Skills (3rd & 4th grade)

    The After School Athletics Skills class will focus on fundamentals of the game that will enhance the elementary student’s athletic ability during each seasonal sport. Instructors will be current Campbell Hall Middle School & High School coaches who have numerous years of playing and coaching experience. Participation in this after school class is not required in order to participate in elementary sports teams. 
  • Tennis (Kindergarten-3rd grade)

    In each session, children will learn the basics of tennis. We will focus on forehands, backhands, volleys, and serves. We will play games as a groaup to promote teamwork and fair play.
    Class Goals: Motivate kids to play tennis for a lifetime by teaching them tennis in the most positive, enthusiastic manner. We are promoting teamwork and sportsmanship. This is a non-competitive class. All children should feel successful and have fun!
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    Coach Melissa will provide rackets and balls for the students, but students are welcome to bring their own rackets if they prefer. Please wear tennis shoes and bring water. Each class will be held on the tennis courts on campus. For more specific information about this class, please contact the instructor: Melissa Detwiler
  • Young Ninjas (1st & 2nd grade)

    Young Ninjas is a high-energy program introducing children to fundamental martial arts elements, like blocks, kicks, strikes, and the all-important KI-YAH! Through skill training, fun games, creative challenges, and pad work on foam targets, children develop self-confidence and learn to enjoy being physically active in a non-contact setting. KI-YAH!


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  • Chess (1st-2nd grade)

    We introduce chess to students in a fun and exciting way! For all students and all levels, we teach students to play chess and help them succeed in school by stimulating their problem-solving skills, analytical skills, and critical thinking.


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  • Design Challenge Engineering (3rd-5th grade)

    What is Design Challenge Engineering? It’s a combination of project-based learning, design thinking and the engineering design process that develops the innovator’s mindset through iteration. This session will incorporate learning and fun with potential real-world challenges. As students work through their engineering design challenges, they will have the opportunity to build problem-solving, teamwork, communication, and creative-thinking skills. For more specific information about this class, please contact the instructor: Linda Savage 

Junior Journalists

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  • Writing Vikings (3rd-6th grade)

    The Writing Vikings is an after-school class open to students in grades 3-6 who love writing, interviewing and reporting! The class will explore being junior journalists and culminate with a mostly-student produced “newspaper” publication. Students will be given opportunities to write (fiction and non-fiction), photograph and explore their interest in journalism. For more specific information about this class, please contact the instructors: Robin Frank or Gretchen Kempf.


The after-school yard is the “neighborhood” in our community, providing opportunities for outdoor free play with fellow K-6 students.

In addition to free play, childcare supervisors engage children in recreational games, board games, and crafts. On the occasional rainy day, childcare moves into the kindergarten classrooms for indoor play and movies.

A supervised homework center is available for children who are in grades 1-6 in the childcare program. A snack is provided after 3 pm for children in childcare. Afternoon childcare is closed during school holidays and vacations, in addition to the Halloween Parade, Christmas Chapel, Grandparents' + Special Friends' Day, and K-5 Closing Chapel.
4533 Laurel Canyon Blvd., Studio City, CA 91607
Phone 818.980.7280

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.

Nondiscriminatory Policy as to Students

Campbell Hall admits students of any race, color, gender, sexual orientation, national, and ethnic origin to all the rights, privileges, programs, and activities generally accorded or made available to students at the school. It does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, gender, sexual orientation, national, and ethnic origin in administration of its educational policies, admission policies, scholarship and loan programs, and athletics and other school-administered programs.
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