Welcome to Campus School of Smith College. Since our founding in 1926, Campus School has provided students with a challenging, relevant, and meaningful academic program within a nurturing and vibrant learning community.
In 1926, Smith College President William Allan Neilson established The Smith College Day School, which was created to serve as a learning environment for Smith College students in education and psychology and to offer a unique educational choice for the local community.
Campus School is guided by a mission that animates all that we do and seek to achieve. Revised in 2017, the mission guides all policies, procedures, and practices of the school:
Founded in 1926, Campus School is a coeducational day school enrolling 220 students from Northampton and the surrounding communities in grades K through 6. We are housed in two connected buildings, nestled on the edge of the Smith College campus.
Below is a listing of the Faculty and Staff for the 2018-19 School Year.
Supervising Teacher, Fourth Grade
Created in 2017 by a dynamic group of faculty, staff, parents, professors, and college staff, Campus School of Smith College strategic plan animates a vision that is both aspirational and practical.
Campus School strives to be a diverse and inclusive school. We seek to mirror the world as it is, knowing that a diverse school is both an ethical imperative and an essential component of an excellent school.
Campus School of Smith College offers professionals a stimulating and supportive environment to practice the craft of teaching.