On Civil Disagreement

On Civil Disagreement Joshua Jeffrey, Professor of English 6/12/19 In the modern age, there is no skill simultaneously more needed and more absent than that of civil disagreement. Civil, of course, has several meanings. In one sense, it means “having to do with the citizens of a state,” developing out of the Latin words civilis, […]


D-Day: A Visit to Normandy

D-Day: A Visit to Normandy Brenda Robson, Professor of Art, reflects upon her recent visit to Normandy in honor of the 75th anniversary of D-Day. 6/6/2019 My husband and I were fortunate enough to visit France during spring break on this year just before the 75th anniversary of the Invasion of Normandy. On June 6, […]


Brenda Robson

Cambridge Art Professor of Art Brenda Robson reflects upon this year and why our students study art. 5/22/2019 The objective of our art department is to have happy students who learn how to appreciate what beauty really is in God’s creation. Their efforts reveal the thumbprints of God and hopefully inspire viewers to wonder and […]


Head Prefect’s Charge

Head Prefect’s Charge Abby Trusler, Cambridge Class of 2019 and Head Prefect, gave the following charge to Cambridge at Class Night on May 17, 2019. I’ll never forget where I was the day I learned about The Cambridge School of Dallas. It was my freshman year, right after my ballet recital on a Saturday in […]


Junior-Senior Luau

Junior-Senior Luau Brandes Woodall is a Cambridge Junior and Communication Intern. 5/8/19 Throughout the course of the year, juniors are required to plan and host several events to celebrate the seniors. Though we may complain about the responsibilities, towards the end of the year we begin to see the value in these Cambridge traditions and […]


Cambridge & TAPPS

Cambridge & TAPPS Communication Intern & Cambridge Sophomore Finley Caughran writes about her experience at her first TAPPS competition this spring. 5/6/2019 TAPPS (Texas Association of Private and Parochial Schools) hosts an annual academic competition for students who attend private schools. This April, I joined more than 20 other Cambridge high school students in Waco […]


Senior Tutorial

Preparing for Tutorial Communication Intern and Cambridge Junior Alejandra Gonzalez writes about the process of Senior Tutorial. 5/1/2019 At The Cambridge School of Dallas, all seniors are required to present a tutorial in front of their peers and Cambridge community. The purpose of tutorials is to shape students into scholars. As a rising senior,  I […]


Hannah Nelson Lyceum

Through Others’ Eyes: Language, Literature, and the Great Commission Professor Hannah Nelson’s Faculty Lyceum 4/30/19 On Thursday, April 25th, 2019, Professor Hannah Nelson presented her Faculty Lyceum to Cambridge students, professors, parents, and friends. Her lecture was entitled “Through Others’ Eyes: Language, Literature, and the Great Commission.” If you missed her presentation, you can watch […]


Cambridge Prom

Cambridge Prom Charlotte Mbwala is a Cambridge Junior and Communication Intern. 4/29/2019 At the beginning of high school, Cambridge students look forward to our junior and senior years where we will get to participate in planning Coffee Haus, Senior Tutorials, Ladies Tea and so many other once-in-a-lifetime occasions. As a freshman, one of the special […]


Schrum Reflects Upon Lyceums

Schrum Reflects Upon Lyceums Dr. Steven Schrum reflects upon his Lyceum earlier this year and what it’s like to be a secondary educator and scholar. 4/24/19 This past November, I was blessed with the opportunity to share some of my research in one of our faculty lyceums.  Part of the Faith and Culture series, these […]