Ever since Sydney S. ’24 learned about raising guide dogs in elementary school during a community service fair, she knew she wanted to train a puppy herself one day. While the world shut down during the pandemic, Sydney and her family thought it would be the perfect time to do just that.
Dr. Lisa Miller, New York Times bestselling author and leading expert on spirituality, was a featured speaker in middle and high school chapel on September 20, 2021. Dr. Miller is a Professor and Director of Clinical Psychology at Teachers College, Columbia University and has conducted decades of groundbreaking research on the scientific benefits of spirituality.
California State University, Northridge (CSUN) professor Dr. Peter Edmunds and his graduate students have been working with Campbell Hall high school students for the past several years to bring a meaningful, real-world scientific project to the classroom.
The Alumni Courtyard is aflutter! Campbell Hall’s Operations team planted milkweed in the Alumni Courtyard to serve as a waystation for monarch butterflies which, as caterpillars, feed exclusively on the leaves.
Despite the stress, boredom, and fear Ava Bellows ’17 experienced during the lockdown, she was able to channel her creative energy into completing a novel that is set to be released by HarperCollins in Spring 2022 or Spring 2023.
Internationally renowned director, writer and producer, Jeremy Kagan, gave a virtual lecture in Mr. Frank’s CHAI Environmental Science classes on advances in environmental technology such as renewable energy.
Hannah N. ’22 has been selected as one of only two Grand Finalists in the acting category of The Music Center’s Spotlight awards. Spotlight is a nationally-acclaimed scholarship and arts training program for high school students in the performing arts.
Congratulations to Asher B. ’22 for winning a National Gold Medal, the highest possible honor, from the prestigious Scholastic Art & Writing Awards, the nation's longest-running educational initiative supporting student achievement in the visual and literary arts. Asher was also selected as one of only two 11th grade writers for the Best in Grade category nationally.
EPA biologist Ross Geredien joined Mr. Frank’s CHAI Environmental Science honors class on February 22, 2021 from Washington DC to discuss his recent work in the toxics program and the broader topic of environmental justice.
Samy Harbert ’13 works as a psychotherapist and was the speaker for the 6th Annual Alumni Chapel on March 1, 2021 during which she shared some coping mechanisms and strategies for dealing with the ongoing pandemic.
Storytelling has always been one of the great human antidotes for loneliness, and that felt true all over again on February 25, 2021 as the Creative Writing Program hosted its festive first public performance night of the year.
Torrey Maldonado, history teacher and author of critically acclaimed middle grade books Secret Saturdays, What Lane, and Tight, visited the middle school to share how he started writing, discuss the important themes that run throughout his work, and read aloud from two of his novels.
Three CH high school creative writing students have been selected as winners of the western region’s prestigious Scholastic Art & Writing Awards contest, the nation's longest-running educational initiative supporting student achievement in the visual and literary arts.
Inspired by participating in Campbell Hall’s CREW public partnership program, Amanda S. ’21 recently started “Laptops with Love,” a program to collect used computers and donate to children in need of computers for online schooling.
CH Associate Director of College Counseling Kimberly Oden participated in a panel on wellness and inclusion in sports for the Art of Coaching Volleyball organization which provides tools and resources to help coaches develop their teams and players to their full potential.
Six students from Karl Frank’s CHAI Environmental Science Honors course placed first in the "Going Green: Baden-Württemberg Meets California” competition, a collaborative classroom project in which German and Californian schools are paired to learn about sustainability and to create a Green Action Plan for their school community.
Co-presidents of the Girls in STEM Club Delia R. ‘21, Ann N. ‘21 and Chloe C. ‘22 hosted a virtual presentation by Director of Global Flavor Development at Coca Cola Ashaki Wilham ‘91 on December 17, 2020.
On January 6, the 8th grade photography elective class was treated to a special presentation by renowned photographer Lawrence Jackson. Mr. Jackson was an official White House photographer for all eight years of the Obama administration. It was, as he noted “a wonderful time to document history.”
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