Support Us/Get involved

There are many ways to get involved and support the College. We have an active 125 Volunteer Committee comprising of Old Campbellians, staff, pupils and parents - past and present. Throughout the year there will be a number of volunteering opportunities as part of our 125 celebrations. In addition, we have an ongoing archive project underway and are always delighted to welcome volunteers with a particular passion for history!  To find out more please visit our Campbell Community Page or contact the Development Office via development@campbellcollege.co.uk.

As a Voluntary B Grammar School, one of only two such schools in Northern Ireland, Campbell does not receive any financial support for capital expenditure from the Department. The cost of every repair, refurbishment or new build on our 100 acre estate comes from our own resources.  Our fee supports these costs but does not cover them and with a heritage building to protect these costs can be substantial. 

To this end we value enormously the additional financial support that comes from our Campbell Community. Whether supporting the Henry James Campbell Bursary or contributing to the College's ambitious Building for the Future Campaign,  every level of support is vital to ensuring the next 125 years of Campbell are as successful as the last.

To find out more about how to support the College's Bursary or Building for the Future Campaigns please visit our Campbell College Community Page.Or contact the Development Office via development@campbellcollege.co.uk. We would be delighted to hear from you.

Visit the Campbell College Community Page 

    The Campbell Community stretches across the world and spans the generations. Pupils, parents and staff - past and present - who are connected to the College. 

    The Campbell Community stretches across the world and spans the generations. Pupils, parents and staff - past and present - who are connected to the College. 

    The Campbell Community stretches across the world and spans the generations. Pupils, parents and staff - past and present - who are connected to the College. 

    The Campbell Community stretches across the world and spans the generations. Pupils, parents and staff - past and present - who are connected to the College.