Ideas are not generated in a vacuum. Likewise, learning is not confined to the classroom. Nancy Campbell students give at least 50 hours of community service in each of their high school years. This service inspires motivation and acts as a channel for students to apply what they learn in the classroom to the good of the greater community. Students choose the type of service they wish to offer and are encouraged and supported by the faculty and local organizations.
A Nancy Campbell education is an education with a world-embracing vision. Although Nancy Campbell is non-denominational, this vision is inspired by the Bahá’í Faith. A Bahá’í inspired education consists of moral education, the promotion of unity in diversity, the belief that men and women are equal, and that youth can move the world. It teaches that rectitude of conduct, trustworthiness, and honesty are essential elements in the foundation of stability and progress in the world.
Our staff and students come from a variety of religious and other belief systems, and people of all faiths, and of no faith, are equally respected and welcomed.