Supporting Campbell Hall

Every connection + every gift makes a difference in the lives of our students.
As Campbell Hall’s Director of Advancement, I feel a tremendous amount of gratitude to be a part of such an extraordinary community. I believe there is no greater mission than the social, emotional, and academic development of our children which is at the very heart of Campbell Hall.

For more than 70 years, Campbell Hall students have benefitted from those who have generously given of their time, talent and resources. The vibrant life of our school is made possible by the ongoing philanthropic support and volunteerism of all community members including parents, Board members, alumni, grandparents, parents of alumni, faculty and staff, friends, foundations, and corporations. Giving enriches the daily operations of the school, enables us to meet unexpected needs, ensures we can maintain and improve the campus, and provides for long-term financial stability. Strong annual giving and a healthy endowment are vitally important to the school’s continued progress.

There are many ways to support Campbell Hall, from recommending the School to prospective families to connecting us with a foundation or corporation, volunteering on a Parents' Association committee or by making direct gift to the CH Fund, Endowment initiatives including The Rev. Canon Norman Hull Endowed Scholarship Fund, the Bagpiper’s Ball or the Elementary Diversity and Inclusion Fund (EDIF).

As with most independent schools, we must supplement tuition with donations in order to maintain the outstanding programs that distinguish Campbell Hall as an exceptional academic institution. Your gifts, whether to the CH Fund, Endowment initiatives, Bagpiper’s Ball, a planned gift, or the Elementary Diversity and Inclusion Fund, enable Campbell Hall to attract talented faculty, provide professional development opportunities, ensure the school’s financial sustainability, maintain our beautiful campus, and offer a vibrant and innovative academic, athletic, and performing arts programs.

Thank you for your support. It is your generosity of spirit which allows to continue offering an academically stimulating education along with a strong sense of moral, ethical and spiritual understanding.

Advancement Committee

Brice London '96, Committee Co-Chair
Stu Shanus, Committee Co-Chair
John Shallman, Board Chair
The Rev. Canon Julian P. Bull, Headmaster
Jeremy Barber
Ted Burnett
Ron Burns
David Damus '83
Ed Han
John Pollak '95
Hal Reynolds
Ken Salkin


Kurt Johnson, Director of Advancement
Fred McNutt, CFO
Sarah Mulkeen, Advancement Campaign Associate and Interim CH Fund Manager
Aubrey Rakoski, Associate Director of Advancement, Alumni Relations + Planned Giving
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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