Ordinary Time: The Plain Auntie at the Liturgical Party

Ordinary Time: The Plain Auntie at the Liturgical Party Prof. Benson’s Praxis Reflection 6/6/18 As soon as I left the precincts of the city, my soul began to exhale with the open vistas of the Texas Panhandle. Compared to the topographical relief of my native Colorado, with the drama of the Rocky Mountains, the flat […]


Student Reflection on Summer Praxis

Student Praxis Reflection 5/31/18 Below is a reflection from rising Cambridge Junior Luke Blazek: The professors came up with a list of things, or “practices,” from which the students would choose three to commit to during the summer break that will help them best develop true rest and leisure. Instead of assigning a common summer […]


Class of 2018 Matriculations

Class of 2018 Matriculations 5/30/2018 26 Seniors 21 Colleges and Universities 16 Schools Outside of Texas 13 States 2 Countries First Cambridge graduate to matriculate to an overseas university as a freshman. Seven colleges and universities a Cambridge Alumnus is attending for the first time:  Pittsburg State University, Biola University, The University of Texas at […]


Cambridge Praxis 2018-2019

Cambridge Summer Praxis 5/22/18 Dear Cambridge Community, Praxis is a community forum to explore topics that do not fit neatly into our curriculum but nonetheless align with our mission of “academic discipleship.” Praxis comes from a Greek word, meaning “action.” It is contrasted to theory, another word with a Greek origin, meaning “contemplation.” A fully […]


What Will Your Story Be?

“What Will Your Story Be?” A Charge to the Cambridge Class of 2022 upon their 8th Grade Graduation By Dr. Barb Isbell 5/16/18 I am privileged today to give a brief charge to this group of thirteen amazing young men and women. This is a day for you to celebrate, to look back at what […]


Cambridge Students Recognized by National Charity League

Cambridge Students Recognized by National Charity League 5/7/2018 Two Cambridge students were recognized at the annual awards ceremony for the Park Cities Chapter of National Charity League this weekend. Sophomore Annie Stockard (right) received the Yellow Rose Award for having served at least 75 hours of service in combined chapter philanthropies. Junior Abby Trusler (left) […]


Senior Tutorial Finals 2018

Senior Tutorial Finalists Presentations April 25, 2018 Senior Tutorial is the capstone of the curriculum at The Cambridge School of Dallas and a requirement for graduation. Its purpose is to provide students with an occasion to study a topic in depth, to write a rigorous academic paper on that topic, and to present and defend […]


Junior Victoria Taylor wins Congressional Art Competition

Junior Victoria Taylor wins Congressional Art Competition 4/23/18 On Friday, April 20th, Cambridge Junior Victoria Taylor was selected as the Grand Prize Winner of the 30th District of Texas Congressional Art Competition. Her piece will hang in the Cannon Tunnel of the U.S. Capitol Building for an entire year, with other winning pieces from around […]


Wolfe Lyceum

Dr. Wolfe’s Faculty Lyceum Dr. Paul Wolfe, Cambridge’s Head of School, presented a Faculty Lyceum on Thursday, April 5th, entitled “Christ, Culture, and Formative Education.” The relationship between Christ and culture is complex, filled with many tensions, and has long been the subject of theologians. Those complexities and tensions highlight the need for a careful philosophy […]


Passover

Cambridge Passover Seder Reflection by Dr. Barb Isbell, Professor of Theology 3/31/18 I really enjoyed getting to treat my students (grades 7 and 9) to a Passover Seder, led by Cambridge parents Mr. & Mrs. Pikman. By tasting the bitter, sweet, and salty elements; joining in the ritual blessings; singing Hebrew songs such as “Dayenu” […]