SPIRITUAL + MORAL DEVELOPMENT
We are a one-of-a-kind community with a richly complex and multi-layered academic curriculum complemented by an equally focused concentration on spiritual formation for daily life.
Our students’ spiritual development is the centerpiece of our mission in the belief that pursuing academic excellence flourishes most alongside an equal commitment to nurturing loving, responsible, and healthy children.
Campbell Hall is an Episcopal school and the centuries-long conversation about faith and reason, chapel, and pastoral care are an important part of school life. At the same time, we take great pride in being an interfaith community that learns from many religious traditions. We seek to instill morals and values that emphasize goodness, responsibility, love, respect, and a sense of connectedness to something greater than ourselves. Community service and service learning
are an integral part of the Campbell Hall experience, beginning in kindergarten and culminating in the high school requirement of 20 hours of service per year. Students participate in a wide variety of activities that help close to 150 local and national nonprofit organizations. These efforts support a broad range of causes including underserved and abused youth, the elderly, the environment, the homeless, health, animal welfare, and physically and mentally challenged persons.
Our Outreach Committee exists to further the school's mission of “nurturing decent, loving, and responsible human beings” by developing service-based projects and outreach programs to communities in need. As faithful stewards of our resources, the Campbell Hall community, through education, activism, and outreach, cherishes the opportunity to build hope.