Family Affinity Groups

The affinity family organizations are led by family members/guardians and supported by faculty and administrators. The current organizations — The Black Heritage Families, Korean Parent Association, La Familia, and Parents for Pride— were founded based on parent interest and are open to all K-12 families that are interested in participating. Campbell Hall is open to supporting other organizations families may be interested in starting.

If you are interested in joining any of the affinity family organizations, please email Stephanie Carrillo, Director of Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion 7-12.

Black Heritage Families

The Black Heritage Families originally organized in 1996 as a means of connecting the Black families across grade levels, has evolved into having a special function within the school. The Black Heritage Families is proud of the guidance it provides to the K-12 diversity program in helping support assembly presentations, the Gospel Choir, and their annual faculty/staff appreciation lunch. 

Korean Parent Association

The Korean Parent Association was established in 2013. This group works with the A.S.I.A. Club and Asian Affinity Association in the high school and will be planning community activities throughout the school year.

La Familia

Founded in 2009, La Familia, Campbell Hall’s K-12 organization for Latino/Hispanic families, aims to support school programming that increases cultural awareness of Latino/Hispanic heritage while also creating opportunities for families of Latino/Hispanic heritage to connect and foster unity within the school community. La Familia welcomes new volunteers to join its steering committee and assist with event planning.

Parents for Pride

Parents for Pride was founded in December 2019 to support and affirm members of the LGBTQ community within Campbell Hall. This K-12 family affinity group connects all parents and students who identify with and are connected to the LGBTQ community and serves as a safe place for families to discuss issues unique to the LGBTQ experience. This inclusive group was created to celebrate a common cultural experience while strengthening our vibrant and diverse school community. Parents for Pride works with Spectrum, the affinity organization for students in grades 9-12 who identify as LGBTQ, as well as the GSA (Gender and Sexuality Alliance), a 7th-12th grade student club which provides positive role-modeling and mentoring.
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