Each teacher runs a private website for the students and parents of the grade. This site serves as a hub for announcemnts, calendars, sign-ups, and photos. The sites are password protected and accessbile to the family members associated with that grade.
Homework is a natural extension of classroom instruction and a means of reinforcing and enriching Cambridge school’s classical, Christ-centered, and integral curriculum. It is not designed to be burdensome in nature, an intensive endeavor, or to require excessive time. Rather, it is intended to foster growth within personal habits and academic proficiency. Homework provides a vehicle through which parents and teachers partner together to encourage and develop students to become life-long learners.
Summer assignments enable students to maintain skill levels achieved during the academic year and offer creative opportunities to write, read, and explore the world around them in age appropriate ways. For more detailed homework expectations, please download and review the Cambridge Handbook.
High School Acceptances
Cambridge School graduates enroll in a wonderful variety of independent, magnet, parochial, and public schools. The following is a list of schools our students have attended:
- Archbishop Curley High School
- Baltimore Polytechnic Institute
- Boys’ Latin School
- Bryn Mawr School
- Calvert Hall College High School
- Carver High School
- Chapelgate School
- Dulaney High School
- Friends School
- Garrison Forest School
- Hereford High School
- John Carroll
- La Salle School in Rhode Island
- Lansdowne High School
- Loch Raven High School
- Loyola High School
- Maryvale Preparatory School
- Notre Dame Preparatory School
- Oldfields School
- Our Lady of Mount Carmel High School
- Portsmouth Abbey in Rhode Island
- Redeemer Classical Christian School
- Roland Park Country School
- St. Paul’s School for Girls
- St. Timothy’s School
- Towson High School Law Program
Please be in prayer for our graduates as they step into the next stage of their lives as high school students.
Click HERE to read the testimony of Alison Simms, a 2006 Cambridge graduate.