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Welcome to the Campus School web site

We hope you enjoy your virtual tour of the school. There are things you will see that will likely look familiar. Many of the most beloved experiences and traditions at the Campus School live on, even though they may have taken a slightly different form over the years. Below are some of the favorite memories our alumni have shared upon reflection of their time at the Campus School.

"Personal attention from great teachers."

"I loved the books that were read aloud."

"Small group discussions got me thinking in new ways."

"Joining the school in 3rd grade and feeling immediately welcome – the teacher standing on the chair and shouting “Eureka!"

"My best memories are from Nature’s Classroom. The whole experience was amazing and allowed each of us to grow up."

"Playing on the blacktop and four-square courts at recess."

"Reading buddies and pen pals."

"Discovering negative numbers."

Just as you have many fond memories of the Campus School, we have fond memories of you. We would love to hear from you and learn more about where your path has taken you since leaving the Campus School. We hope that your virtual tour of the Campus School will inspire you to visit or contact us when you have a chance. We always look forward to hearing from our extended community.

 
 
   
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News & Notices:
Now accepting applications for kindergarten through sixth grade for FALL 2015. First consideration given to applications received on or before March 1st.  SCCS offers a newly expanded after school program and financial aid is available. Smith College employees receive discounted tuition. For more information - click here

INSPIRED BY FRANK STELLA: Our first graders have been working on weaving with yarn. They have learned how to use circular looms and considered the aesthetic and pragmatic properties of woven fabric. They then asked the question: What happens if we try and weave with painted lines? It’s a question that the abstract artist Frank Stella contended with in his efforts to make the elements of a two-dimensional painting come to life in sculpture. Mr. Hepner and his first-grade artists demonstrate their version of this work of art and math on bulletin boards around SCCS.  Click here for more.

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