“O Come Thou Wisdom From On High”

“O Come Thou Wisdom From On High” We pray that this talk given by Dr. Isbell during our Christmas Chapel blesses you this Christmas season. By Dr. Barb Isbell As you know, the theme for chapel this year is wisdom, and we have primarily been focused on the book of Proverbs. You will recall that […]


Music and Rainbows: A Scientific Journey from Wonder to Worship

Music and Rainbows: A Scientific Journey from Wonder to Worship Thank you Prof. Nine for sharing your journey, story, and what God has impressed on your mind, heart, and spirit for the last 12 years. We were all immensely blessed by your wise words, pointing us closer to our Savior through music, nature, color, and […]


Why?

Why? At The Cambridge School of Dallas, we love to celebrate the creativity of our students. We hope you enjoy this poem written by one of our 7th graders as much as we do. This was part of a class assignment inspired by Phantastes by George MacDonald. Poem by Elliott Edwards Once, on a hill, […]


Developing a Witness of Faithful Presence

Developing a Witness of Faithful Presence By Christopher Benson, Professor of English, Faculty Coordinator of Humanities & Fine Arts, The Cambridge School of Dallas In my 12th grade literature class last week, I compared the wager scene in Goethe’s drama, Faust, to the wager scene in the Book of Job, chapters 1-2. Once the Lord […]


Charlotte Mbwala: From Little Sister to Big Sister

From Little Sister to Big Sister Charlotte Mbwala, Cambridge Junior and Communication Intern, reflects upon her journey to and within Cambridge and how she has gone from little sister to big sister. 10/12/18 My family immigrated to America when I was very young. Not knowing what to expect was challenging, especially for my parents who […]