The Cambridge School of Dallas understands the importance of developing community on campus. These events exemplify some of the opportunities we use to build community among students, faculty and families.
All-School Retreat – An annual retreat (generally off campus, early in the school year) for the purpose of inducting new students and faculty into the school community, setting class and school goals, and promoting spiritual growth.
Cambridge Art Show – An annual exhibit of the best student-produced art work
Cambridge Coffee Haus – A spring talent show hosted by the junior class
Cambridge Formal – A spring dance sponsored by the Parent Fellowship for the Junior and Senior classes
Class Night and Moving-Up Ceremony – An awards program for academic and character contributions to school life, which ends with a ceremony during which each class moves up to the next grade level
Declamation Contest – A part of the Faith and Culture series, which is the culmination of a school-wide declamation contest held in February
Drama Productions – Fall and Spring productions
College Trip – An annual tour of four to six colleges over the course of four days, which is open to a limited number of students with seniors having priority
Junior-Senior Luau – A banquet in honor of seniors and their parents hosted by the junior class
Ladies Tea – A tea in honor of Cambridge senior girls
Men’s Cookout – A gathering of the men of the Cambridge community to fellowship
Senior Retreat – Taken by seniors in the early fall to challenge them to become servant leaders among the student body. The Senior Retreat is mandatory for all seniors as its purpose is to unite the class and provide leadership training.