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  • The Holiday Center Phase 1 Progress Report

    With the completion of The Holiday Center scheduled for 2026, Campbell Hall will undergo a significant campus transformation. The Holiday Center will be a 55,000 sq. ft. facility featuring a new gym with seating for 900, a state-of-the-art fitness center, an athletic training and sports medicine center, a healthy-eating dining hall, additional secondary classrooms, a dedicated 6th-grade wing with courtyards, an elementary music room, an elementary dance studio, green central commons, and so much more!
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  • COMING SOON: The Viking Tennis Center

    Championship Tennis Courts for CH Champion Tennis Teams

    As part of CH NEXT: The Campaign for the Holiday Center, we are excited to announce the construction of The Viking Tennis Center. With 5 championship tennis courts, this facility will be a fitting new home for our champion tennis teams. Construction is scheduled to begin in December 2022 and be completed by August 2023, just in time for next year’s tennis season! 
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  • NEXT starts NOW

    Campbell Hall launched the public phase of the school’s capital campaign, CH NEXT: The Campaign for The Holiday Center, with a celebratory evening event on Saturday, September 24.
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  • Save the Date 9.24.22

    Mark your calendar for some exciting news about what's NEXT for Campbell Hall!

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For more information about The Holiday Center, please contact Director of Advancement, Kurt Johnson, at 818.505.5303 or
4533 Laurel Canyon Blvd., Studio City, CA 91607
Phone 818.980.7280

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