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EXPLORING EDUCATION WITH HEART AND MIND

Campbell Hall is a community of inquiry that inspires its students, faculty, administrators, and parents to explore the world with open hearts and curious minds.

Our academic program celebrates joyous inquiry rather than an anxiety-driven curriculum. Our inclusive and innovative programs emphasize connections and relationships among both ideas and people. 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. 

We prepare students best for a larger world where highly complex problems dominate the landscape by nurturing their critical thinking skills within a supportive community so they know how to work with others with grace, focus, intelligence, and optimism. Life can be all about joyful and courageous inquiry, and we are lucky to grow together in that experience with our school community.

I encourage you to visit Campbell Hall and experience what truly sets us apart. 
 
Warmly,

The Rev. Canon Julian P. Bull
Headmaster
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The Rev. Julian P. Bull

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    The Rev. Canon Julian P. Bull is the third headmaster of Campbell Hall (est. 1944), a K-12 Episcopal school in Los Angeles, California. 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.
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4533 Laurel Canyon Blvd., Studio City, CA 91607
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Campbell Hall is an independent coeducational day school for grades K-12, located in Studio City, CA. We are affiliated with the Episcopal Church and its 500-year history of academic excellence, and are also one of the most religiously and racially diverse schools in southern California.

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