100 Years Strong &
Going Beyond!

Campbell Union School District was established on September 7, 1921, when four separate school districts combined into one. At that time, the community's families and businesses already had a long history of supporting the education of its youth. They donated land and space for classrooms, approved public funding to build schools, and were actively involved in preparing students for successful careers.

That tradition still lives today, and we will be celebrating it throughout the 2021-22 school year. Please visit this site frequently for updates and announcements about special activities to observe this milestone in our district's history.

Seeking Former
Students & Staff

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Celebrate with us!

Campbell Union School District celebrates its 100th anniversary this year. We are seeking former students and employees to be part of the celebration by sharing their stories and their expertise.

Throughout the 2021-22 school year, we are engaging our students, staff and the community to join us in a variety of activities that celebrate our centennial. The "main event" is a student design challenge in which our elementary and middle school students research, design and present exhibits at the Campbell History Museum.


Your knowledge and experience can make a difference for our students and our community celebration.