Campbell Christian Schools
Campbell Christian Schools is dedicated to providing a rigorous academic program, wide variety of enrichment activities and spiritual growth

6 Reasons a Christian Education Counts [INFOGRAPHIC]

You have many choices when it comes to selecting the right education for your child, but if your Christian values are important to you, then Christian schooling deserves serious consideration. There are several benefits, both academic and spiritual, of a Christian education. Studies show that students in Christian schools outperform their public school peers academically. Perhaps even more importantly, students in Christian schools get an education that is rooted in religious principles, unlike at public schools where religion and the classroom don’t mix. Campbell Christian Schools explores the advantages of Christian education in this infographic. Find out more about our academically rigorous, faith-based curriculum by visiting our website, and share this information with your fellow parents who are struggling to find the right school for their children.


Weekly Chapel at Campbell Christian Schools

Faith is an important part of everything we do at Campbell Christian Schools. Each week, our students come together to worship at our weekly Chapel services. Attending Chapel is a special part of the week for our students and an integral part of the faith-based education we provide.

Chapel is held each Tuesday in our auditorium. It starts with time for praise and worship with the help of fifth-grade music students led by our music teacher. Chapel ends with a lesson or a short skit. Adults in our school community as well as ministerial staff from Campbell Church take part in Chapel with our students. Each classroom takes on the task of planning and performing a skit twice a year based on our annual Chapel theme. Parents are always welcome to attend Chapel and join in this important school tradition.


Campbell Christian Schools offers a faith-based, private education for early childhood, elementary, and junior high learners. If you’re considering our private school for your child, please call (408) 370-4900 to learn about admission and our school programs. 

Exploring the Benefits of Music Education

At Campbell Christian Schools, music is a central part of our private school curriculum, and for good reason. The benefits of music education are well documented, and we see them in our students. All of our pre-K through fifth grade Christian elementary school students take weekly music classes, where they learn everything from music notation and music history to how to play recorders and percussion instruments. What do students gain through music education? Here are some of the benefits.

Male Teacher Playing Guitar With Pupils Having Music Lesson

Brain Development
Studying music helps foster healthy brain development in young students. There is a clear link between music education and development in the parts of the brain responsible for language and reasoning. Music education is also linked to spatial intelligence. Spatial intelligence helps students with tasks ranging from organizing their backpacks to succeeding in math class.

In music, precision is everything. One wrong note can spoil an entire composition. For students, this lesson translates into everything they do. They learn that being precise with their work is important. Because there is little gray area in music—a note can’t be close enough or almost right—kids learn that sloppiness in work is not acceptable, and that coming close is not the same thing as doing something right.

Hard Work
Succeeding at music requires hard work, discipline, and dedication. In music classes, students learn the discipline that is necessary to master a piece of music, and then reap the rewards of their hard work. This lesson translates into all of their private school classes. Music classes also require collaborative work. Students learn how to cooperate and work as part of a team, which helps them both in other classes and later in their working lives.

Music education is just one example of how Campbell Christian Schools prepares our students for academic success. The rich curriculum at our private schools provides a well-rounded, faith-based education for our students. Find out if our private school system is right for your child by contacting us with your questions and scheduling a campus tour—you can reach us at (408) 370-4900. 

Teaching Your Kids to Love to Read

A love of reading is one of the best gifts you can give your children. Reading teaches kids everything from vocabulary to critical thinking skills. This video offers tips for instilling a love of reading in your kids.

Start reading to your kids early. Make sharing a book a special thing you and your kids do together, and keep reading time relaxed and positive. Reading a book together can be a special thing you do with your kids alone at the end of each day. Encourage your kids to get involved in choosing the books you’re going to read.

At Campbell Christian Schools, we’re dedicated to encouraging our students to develop a love of learning. The engaging curriculum at our private school is designed to nurture the mind, body, and soul. Learn more about our Campbell private school by calling (408) 370-4900 today. 

A Parent's Guide to Getting Involved in Your Child's Education

When parents and teachers work together, children win. Your child is never too young—or too old—for you to take an active role in his or her education. At Campbell Christian Schools, we welcome parental involvement in our private school activities. If you’re looking for ways to become more involved in your child’s education, here are some ideas.


Volunteer as a Classroom Helper
At the early education and elementary level, teachers frequently need extra sets of hands to help with art projects and classroom parties. Let your child’s teacher know that you’re available when these opportunities arise. When you’re in the classroom, be sure to dig in and help with the project instead of just visiting with your child. By being an active helper, you’ll get more insight into how the classroom works and what your child is learning. This is also a chance to get to know your child’s school friends a little bit better.

Help with Extracurricular Activities
Most schools need help from volunteers to keep extracurricular activities going. Offer your services to a sports team or club. They may need help with everything from preparing snacks to supervision. If you have a talent to share with the students, such as foreign language fluency or dance skills, approach the school about starting an afterschool club yourself.

Attend School Meetings
When your child’s school holds meetings for parents, be sure to attend. These meetings include everything from parent-teacher conferences to PTA meetings. These events are important opportunities for you to learn about school programs and provide input into school decisions that impact your child.

At Campbell Christian Schools, our doors are always open to parental involvement. Join us for Chapel, take part in a field trip, or ask your child’s teacher how you can be of service. The Parent Teacher Fellowship program at our private school, which promotes partnership between home and the classroom, is just one example of how you can get involved. You can get more information about our private school by calling (408) 370-4900. 

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