We are so grateful for the generosity of the Campbell Hall community during CH x Quarantunes on Saturday night!

Although we could not have our usual Homecoming Carnival on campus, we came together to celebrate our school spirit virtually. We enjoyed the artistic talents of students, faculty, parents, and special guests, while honoring the Class of 2021 and our student-athletes. We also raised funds for Campbell Hall’s Public Partnership Programs, which, for the past 14 years, have extended amazing educational opportunities to young people throughout our region.

We have so much to be thankful for at Campbell Hall. We also have much to offer our Los Angeles community, and a responsibility to contribute to the public good. Helping each other in a time of need is what a community does. And that’s what you did by raising nearly $180,000 for CH’s Public Partnership Programs. Thank you!

There’s still time to donate to the Public Partnerships Fund. Now, more than ever, these vital programs and the children they serve need our support.

Thanks again for investing in our community. And thank you again to Richard and Demi ’21 Weitz, Patrice Chanel, Kenny and Peyton ’27 Edmonds, Hannah Nordberg ’22, Haile Wiseman ’22, Ben Enright, Claire Shelly ’21, L.L. Cool J., Vanessa Williams, Shawn Mendes, Fitz & the Tantrums, and the many other CH students and faculty who shared their talents, support, and words of encouragement with us last Saturday.

Go Vikings!
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