As a school, Cambridge is focused on the intellectual preparation of our students through academic discipleship, as stated in our mission statement. However, we know that the fulfillment of our mission reaches much farther than the classroom. Whether competing on the athletic field, creating beauty in the art studio or the choral classroom, acting on the stage, or building community at a social event, we aim to create an environment where our students can use their varied talents and interests for the glory of God and grow in community with one another.
Cambridge students have unique opportunities to learn Christ centered leadership; to lead by example and through service to others. Through our official student leadership positions, House and club memberships, and opportunities to speak and perform in events like chapel, Faith & Culture, Coffee Haus, and drama performances, it is possible for each and every student to lean into their leadership abilities in some way. Our student leaders, with intentional faculty council, plan our social events, lead worship during chapel, take on important roles within their House, and much more. Our student leadership teams also plan and organize service projects for their peers to participate in each quarter as they serve our greater community. It is through these experiences and opportunities that we hope to shape young men and women committed to serving the Lord into thoughtful and competent leaders in any context.
During our annual senior exit interviews, our students repeatedly say the thing they most like about Cambridge is the sense of unity that develops in their class through time together. Our caring faculty and small class sizes coupled with our community events and many programs foster a profound sense of companionship among classmates. This sense of companionship, built upon our thorough curriculum and Christ-centered environment, is the pride of Cambridge students and professors alike.