Do you find yourself asking …
What kind of person do I want my child to be?
What is the end goal of my child’s education?
Is my child reaching their full potential?
Does my child’s teacher truly know my child?
Is this all that education is meant to be?
What happens after my child gets into college?
You are asking the right questions.
Finding a school where your child can flourish can too often seem an impossible task. We all want an environment where our children are known by their teachers as individual learners and are supported by a community of likeminded families with the same hopes for an upcoming generation marked as much by their intellect and ability as they are by their wisdom and virtue.
Like you, our founder, Jean Kim, was asking the same questions.
"Like you, I was looking for a place that would partner with me as a parent to help my children thrive and flourish intellectually, spiritually, relationally, physically and emotionally."
A Place to Flourish
We are thrilled that you are considering our community of faith and learning for your student.
We aim to get to know you during the admission process. Staying in close communication with us and visiting campus are the best ways to become familiar with our friendly, close-knit all school community.
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Director of Enrollment Management
Welcome to the
Is Cambridge an educational option for your student? Please consider the following:
Sincerely, Leslie Yoder Director of Enrollment Management
The Cambridge School admits students of any race, color, national, or ethnic origin to all the rights, privileges, programs, and activities generally accorded or made available to students at the School. It does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national, or ethnic origin in administration of its educational policies, admissions policies, scholarship and loan programs, athletic, or other School-administered programs.
Who is your child becoming?
The Portrait of A Cambridge School Graduate.
This Portrait of the Graduate is a sketch of the main characteristics that our board, administration, and faculty hope to cultivate in the students we graduate from our school and it informs all that we hope to accomplish as Christian educators, as an institution, and as a community of faith and learning, giving focus to all that we do whether in Kindergarten or 12th grade.