|Campbell Hall School|
|Type:||Independent, coeducational K-12|
|City:||North Hollywood, Los Angeles|
|Colors:||Navy blue and Gold|
Campbell Hall School is an independent, coeducational K-12 Episcopal day school located in North Hollywood, California  . Founded in 1944 by the Reverend Alexander Campbell, Campbell Hall School is home to approximately 1000 students from Kindergarten through high school. Campbell Hall has programs in athletics, music, drama, dance and all other major academic areas. The school features a developed Performing Arts Program. Students in kindergarten through grade twelve participate in dance, voice, instrumental and drama programs. Orchestra and a World Music Program are available for grades 7-12. The Cunningham String Quartette performs an entirely classical repertoire at many school functions and recently played at the National Association of Episcopal Schools Conference opening service. Students at this school, throughout all grades, must wear a uniform for four days of the school week, Friday is "Free-Dress" day. The uniform consists of khaki pants/shorts/skirts and a white collared shirt.
The school opened in 1944 as a kindergarten to sixth grade school at the St. David's Parish Sunday School building at 4343 Radford Avenue in North Hollywood. It moved to its current site in the 1945-46 school year.  It gradually expanded to include junior high school, a girl's high school, and finally boys were accepted for all levels in the mid-80's. "The Fourth R," a film made in the late 1940s explains the founding of the school based on a need for religion in the daily education of the school's students. The chapel program continues this tradition and the school's mission statement reflects the need for a curriculum of the heart, as well as, the mind. Since its founding, Campbell Hall School has had three headmasters: Rev. Alexander Campbell, the founder, Rev. Canon Thomas G. Clarke, who served in this position for 32 years and the current headmaster, Rev. Julian Bull.
Tuition for the 2007-2008 school year is $18,440 (Elementary School; K-6)and $23,460 per year for Secondary School (grades 7-12). There is a small discount for families with multiple children enrolled of up to $600 per family.  Additional fees include a $2,000 fee for admission processing assessed only once in each family's career at Campbell Hall. Over $3,000,000 of Campbell Hall's $26,000,000 budget is dedicated to financial aid, with 25% of the enrolled students receiving grants averaging 50% of the cost of tuition. The remaining money for financial aid comes from Campbell Hall's endowment.
Jim Whiting teaches HS Jazz Band, HS Jazz Combo, and HS Jazz Band. Frank Basile teaches chorus. Jason Bruns teaches the rock bands, steel drums, and world music bands. Josh Adell teaches theater. The Cunningham String Quartet has been a highlight of the performing arts programs, past and current members of the group have included Ari Balouzian, Nick Fenmore, Greg Lieberman, Luke Santanastaso, Eric Hwang, Matt Geer, Max Whipple, and Steve Lee.
Campbell Hall School offers a set of Senior Seminars to graduating students. These classes range from a nostalgic view of the glory days of sports, to more topical issues that examine current controversies in America and others that attempt to examine what constitutes "evil". Each class is discussion based.
Campbell Hall participates in a wide range of sports at all grade levels. Currently, under the stewardship of coach Terry Kelly, Campbell Hall boasts a highly-ranked boys varsity basketball team that won the State of California Division IV Championship in 2005, 2007, and 2008, led by the National Gatorade Player of the Year, Jrue Holiday.
During the 2006-2007 season, the Campbell Hall varsity team has been ranked as high as #3 in the nation, according to MaxPreps.com. They are currently the 06-07 Division IV California State Champions. Under head coach Juan Velazquez, the Varsity baseball team has won back to back CIF Southern Section Division VI championships in 2005 and 2006. Teams in both boys and girls have won California Interscholastic Federation championships in tennis, baseball, and basketball. On Saturday, March 24, Campbell Hall defeated Santa Rosa Cardinal Newman in the Division IV State Finals, 70-34. This is the Vikings' second state championship in three years. After winning their last championship, Campbell Hall has moved into California Interscholastic Federation (CIF) Division III.
Boys' football started in 1986 playing eight man football under Coach Duncan after the high school became co-ed. The team is currently coached by Coach Gordon. In 2004-05 season for the Vikings football team, they lost in the CIF Finals to Rio Honda 22-20.
The girls' tennis team won CIF Division III in 2007 and 2008.
Also offered is track and field and cross country. Both sports are coached by the physics teacher, Joseph Pflieger. Cross Country, specifically, the boy's team qualified for CIF for three of the last four years. Also for the first time in Campbell Hall history, a girl's cross country team qualified for CIF.