Kevin S. Campbell, Principal
Merging more than two decades of teaching and administrative experience at the early childhood through university levels with a prior background in real estate development, Kevin oversees KSC's entire scope of services through an integrated, mission-driven approach to supporting schools in transition.
Kevin possesses a BA and MA in Education. And in his evolving roles as teacher, program founder, Head of School, adjunct professor, presenter, and consultant, he has guided numerous schools in their physical, educational, and fiscal maturation.
Kevin brings extensive education, business and fiscal acumen – fundraising, project planning and oversight, school management, administrative support, teacher training, and classroom teaching – to bear upon on how best to serve school's in the most respectful manner possible. The results are school communities that grow and give, operating and project budgets that balance, programs that inspire and fully enroll, facilities that energize and affirm, staff and faculty that reflect upon and deepen their practice, students that engage possibility and embrace independence, and whole school environments that strive toward shared goals and values.
Steve Horton, Principal
Steve Horton COnstruction COnsulting Services
On each of its capital projects, KSC has been extremely fortunate to work in partnership with SHCCS to provide schools with an even broader range of services and experience.
With over $50 million in independent school and university projects and 30 years experience in the construction industry, ranging from laborer to Chief Operating Officer to Adjunct Professor in Construction Management to consultant, Steve has found a calling in the role of Owner’s Representative. Having guided numerous non-profit, community-oriented, and municipal projects successfully to completion, including public and private schools, Steve is a capital project's fiscal dream-come-true. His deep knowledge-base of every aspect of the project management process and his sensitivity to and advocacy for the owner's best interests translate into cost-effective design and construction administration decisions at every turn, thus preserving coveted funds for a school's day-to-day operations.