Vlog: Monday Morning Message

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  • Ilene Gannaway
    Thank you so much, Julian, for taking the time and care to make this heartwarming video. Hope everyone in the CH community is safe and well and that we'll see each other soon. Love from The Gannaways P.S. Does Operations have any extra toilet paper? ;-)
  • Lisa O'Malley
    Thank you so much for the blog! It feels good to be connected in these isolating times. Thanks for the hardy laugh about how your teen is enjoying family time! We can relate! Stay well.
  • Sharon Stone
    Fauci’s office just reached out to me i will continue to post what to do and to let the public know his advice Thx for your great message ??????????????
  • Elizabeth Jolley
    Such a wonderful video. Thanks so much Rev Bull. Your words mean a lot to all of us
  • Freda Yoshioka
    Very nice to get your message! Stay well.
  • Shelby Huston Haro
    Thank you for your words of comfort and support, Julian. We will power through this strange time as a family, a community, and a country. ??
  • Alice Mesereau
    Thank you. Hope everyone stays safe, strong and well!
  • Sara Singer Schiff
    This is exactly what makes Campbell Hall so special! Feeling part of a supportive community right now is so needed! Thank you Rev. Bull!
  • Richard Granatt
    Thanks for checking in with the community. Important to know we are not on our own amidst such unprecedented events
  • Chris Lacroix
    We've been isolating since Friday. It feel like it's been weeks. So nice to see this vlog. Much love to all!
  • Fernanda G Hurwitz
    Thank you for the encouraging words!
  • Tony Torabyan
    Great idea on video Thank you Julian for positive vibes!
  • Alannah Hall-Smith
    Thank you for your msg. Our family watched it together and appreciated your words.
  • Lesley Hyatt
    Thank you, Reverend Bull! Such a privilege to be part of this community at this strange and challenging time. May all of us be safe and healthy and find moments of joy in these days.
  • malcolm mcdonough
    thank you so much!!! i am always inspired by your words! from malcolm and family
  • courtney edwards
    Thank you for the encouragement:)
  • Lani Barrameda-Shallman
    Thank you for your leadership Julian! So grateful to be part of our wonderful CH community. Xo
  • Cynthia Koury-Papa
    Thank you! What a wonderful message to wake up to! Wishing the best to you and your family!
  • Tensha Magana-Berry
    Thank you for bringing some light & inspiration to our morning. Also, thank you for asking people to support restaurants in their community. Praying for good health for you and everyone in our community and beyond.
  • Eloise Pilon
    Merci beaucoup, Headmaster Bull!
  • claire stansfield
    Thank You! We will miss you and see you soon. Off for a family walk! Speaks Family Lucky, Rocco (new incoming!!) Claire and Speaks xo
  • Luke Massman-Johnson
    Thank you, Julian : ) What a cheerful way to connect at the beginning of this strange time. Our family so appreciates all the thoughtful leadership the entire CH admin and faculty have shown. We know many difficult decisions had to be made on short notice to keep everyone as safe as possible. We are very proud and grateful to be part of this special community. Stay healthy everyone!
  • Nicole Seymour
    Thank you for reaching out. We’re so grateful for our CH community.
  • Teri Strickland
    Thank you ?? for this message of support! Yes!!! We will all get through this together. I think I will light a candle as well:)
  • Daphne Carr
    Thank you Julian for your words of comfort and encouragement! I love the way you’ve adapted to the vlog format. We all will be employing new methods to connect while learning new skills. Be safe! Our love to your family - especially Malcolm as what he’s doing is so important but also grueling. Peace and health to all!

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  • Head of School Julian Bull

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    The Rev. Canon Julian P. Bull is the third head of school of Campbell Hall (est. 1944), an Episcopal school in Los Angeles, California with 1130 students in grades K-12. He earned his Bachelor’s degree from Dartmouth College, his Master’s in Philosophy from Boston College, and his Master’s in Divinity from Virginia Theological Seminary. Canon Bull is an ordained priest in the Episcopal Church.

    Prior to coming to Campbell Hall in 2003, Rev. Bull served as Head of Trinity Episcopal School in New Orleans and as the Assistant Dean for Academic and Student Affairs, Dean of Students, Chair of the Diversity Committee, and Director of the Senior Humanities Program at Albuquerque Academy. He has served on the Boards of the National Association of Episcopal Schools, the Independent School Association of the Southwest, St. James’ Episcopal School, the Louisiana Children’s Museum, the Steering Committee for the Los Angeles School Heads, the Studio City Neighborhood Council, and has chaired the last two search committees for bishops of Los Angeles. He currently serves as the Chair of the Commission on Schools of the Episcopal Diocese of Los Angeles and is on the Advisory Board of the Collaborative for Spirituality in Education. He and his wife Katie have enjoyed raising their two sons as 13-year Campbell Hall students. Rev. Bull enjoys tennis, hiking, and playing bridge in his spare time.
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