Community Highlights

We welcome and cherish the diverse voices of our community including students, parents, grandparents, and alumni.

Elementary School Chapel Celebrates Rosh Hashanah



6th grader Austin E. ’28 shared Rosh Hashanah family traditions.

Elementary School Chapel Celebrates Rosh Hashanah



6th grader Avery K. ’28 shared Rosh Hashanah family traditions.

Middle School Students Share Yom Kippur Family Traditions



8th grade student Maya L. ’26 spoke about the meaning and importance of Yom Kippur in middle school chapel.

Middle School Students Share Yom Kippur Family Traditions



8th grade student Dexter L. ’26 spoke about the meaning and importance of Yom Kippur in middle school chapel.

Middle School Students Share Yom Kippur Family Traditions



8th grade student Charlotte G. ’26 spoke about the meaning and importance of Yom Kippur in middle school chapel.

High School Chapel on the Jewish High Holy Days



High school chapel featured a guest performance by Justin Stein, a cantorial soloist, who sang the blessing Avinu Malkeinu, and guest speaker Rabbi Ed Feinstein who shared a folktale that embodies the meaning of Yom Kippur.

May is Asian American Pacific Islander (AAPI) Heritage Month



In Middle School Chapel, Christian H. ’25, Katana S. ’25, and Dylan J. ’25 told powerful stories about their families’ immigration experiences to America.

May is Jewish American Heritage Month



Ike W. ’21 shared a moving story about his family’s experience during the Holocaust.

CH's New Hiring Video



Campbell Hall recently completed a hiring video which gives an overview of what it's like to work at CH and will be used as a recruitment tool at job fairs and on the employment page of the website. Special thanks to teachers Garry Carr, Rosa Dominguez, and Kena Dorsey for sharing their insights in the video!

Celebrating Ramadan



April was National Arab American Heritage Month. Mr. Amir Hasan Abdullah, 6th grade teacher, shared his family traditions in celebration of Ramadan. Observed by Muslims worldwide as a month of fasting (sawm), prayer, reflection, and community, Ramadan is a commemoration of Muhammad's first revelation and is regarded as one of the Five Pillars of Islam lasting twenty-nine to thirty days, from one sighting of the crescent moon to the next.

Elementary School Black History Month Chapel Highlights



Elementary school Black History Month Chapels included presentations from students, faculty, and families. Enjoy "Joyful Joyful" dance production performed by elementary school students.

Elementary School Black History Month Chapel Highlights



Elementary school Black History Month Chapels included presentations from students, faculty, and families. Enjoy “No Weapon Spoken Word & Song” sung by members of the Black Heritage Families.

Middle School and High School Black History Month Chapel Highlights



Middle school and high school Black History Month Chapels featured powerful presentations by Ms. Patrice Chanel titled, “Fated Glory: The Storied Symmetry of Georgia’s Black History.” Ms. Vanita Harbor helped narrate and Madison H. ’23 sang “Georgia on My Mind” accompanied by Mr. Jason Goldstein ’12.

Elementary School MLK Chapel Highlights



The elementary school celebrated MLK Day with a special chapel in which students and teachers shared their reflections on Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.

High School MLK Chapel Highlights



The secondary school celebrated MLK Day with special chapels consisting of reflections on Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. as well as student performances.

Christmas Chapel Presentation Highlights



Edward D ’25 delivers a Christmas homily connecting to BLM and racial equality in Middle School chapel.

Chapel Highlights Compilation



Watch a compilation of chapel highlights from each division which centered on racial equity and social justice. Students wrote and read their own pieces.

Middle School Chapel Highlights



Chapel is a sacred and safe space where students have the opportunity to reflect and share personal insights, perspectives, and experiences. In this chapel highlight, Arjan J. ’23 shares his Diwali family traditions.

DEIJ Task Force



Hear from DEIJ Task Force Chair Ed Han and member Lisa Johnson about the importance of this group.

CH Parents Share Wisdom About Adoption


Screenshot of Cesar and Jennifer Parra on Good Day LA


Cesar and Jennifer Parra (Gabby ’22) appeared on Good Day LA to share their insight, experiences, and wisdom in "A Conversation About Adoption."
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