The K-12 Edge

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    K-12 schools have a long, continuous, relationship with their students, with time to focus on the well-being, social-emotional growth, and character foundation of each child. Students thrive in environments in which they feel known and gain self-confidence from the long-term relationships formed among students, teachers and families at K-12 schools.

    The continuity of a K-12 school curricular arc provides a more fulsome learning experience and ensures that, at each stage, students are prepared to meet the next academic challenge. Communication between teachers at every level ensures that there are no gaps in a student’s educational journey.
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    When it comes to extracurricular activities, younger students on a K-12 campus have an aspirational advantage in watching older students shine in theatrical performances and/or demonstrate skill and sportsmanship in athletic games or meets. Through watching the progression, persistence, and dedication of older students, younger students can be inspired by the arc of success and achievement in extracurricular pursuits.
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    Younger students benefit from strong relationships and positive interactions with older students which can help ease their transition between divisions. Older students develop a sense of responsibility in their role as campus leaders. These meaningful relationships create a nurturing family environment in which younger and older students look to each other for support. In addition, parents who join K-12 communities can serve as parent body leaders throughout their children’s educational journey with many opportunities to be involved in their children’s lives, make long-lasting friendships with other parents, and build strong relationships with faculty, staff, and school administrators.
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    There is no need to spend months preparing for standardized tests or to miss class time to interview and tour at other schools because students do not need to re-apply for entrance to the next division level. This can relieve pressure on students and families alike. In addition, students at K-12 schools have many opportunities to take risks and try new things without concern for the impact this may have on acceptances to other schools.
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    K-12 schools often have greater resources to attract and hire the most qualified teachers in their fields as well as to support ongoing professional development to ensure that faculty are trained on the latest advances in technology and teaching strategies to best support students. Facilities and resources are often more robust and extensive at K-12 schools, which benefits all students.
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Campbell Hall is an independent, Episcopal, K-12 all gender day school. We are a community of inquiry committed to academic excellence and to the nurturing of decent, loving, and responsible human beings.
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