To glorify God in all that we do; to demonstrate excellence at every level of academic, athletic and artistic involvement; to develop strength of character; and to serve the local and global community.
Students compete in the Lexus Eco Challenge, a national contest that encourages middle and high school students to develop and implement environmental programs that positively impact their communities.
Cambridge Christian senior Andrew Watson has earned a spot as a National Merit Semifinalist. He is one of the highest-scoring entrants in the state of Florida.
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When we think of Cambridge, we think of family. Our daughters started at Cambridge in kindergarten and preschool and now one is in college and the other a junior. They have been blessed to learn what it is like to be part of a community that learns together, grows together, believes in each other, and strives to glorify God in all areas of life. It is a joy when we can see God at work in our children’s lives and in the lives of our Cambridge family.
– The Grove Family
Our family’s ties to Seminole Presbyterian/Cambridge Christian School run long and deep. Two generations have been involved in administration and instruction. A third generation has benefitted greatly from its array of opportunities in academics, athletics, and fine arts set on a background of a Biblical worldview. CCS played an invaluable role in the lives of all six of our children. We are thankful to our God that He has kept this school close to His heart.
– The Taylor Family
I thank God for Seminole Presbyterian (Cambridge). The education that I received allowed me to attain my goal of becoming a doctor and maintain the Christian values I hope to instill in my beautiful children. Thank you for these gifts!
– Dr. Amy Hessler
It is said that “it takes a village to raise a child,” and we believe that Cambridge Christian School is our village. In this world, it is difficult to balance the demands of work, school and family. At CCS, we know that the faculty, staff and administrators will nurture our children, ensuring their continued growth academically, spiritually, and emotionally. We have been part of the Cambridge Christian School for the past 10 1/2 years. I recall a moment long ago when we were new to the school, I was walking my then 4 year old son to his classroom and an upper school student recognized Evan, called him by name and said hello! Evan was thrilled and I was so impressed by this small gesture; I realized then the importance of relationships and how they are valued at CCS! This warmth is felt as soon as you walk onto the campus. At Cambridge Christian, each of our children has been encouraged, their special gifts celebrated and they have thrived in all areas! CCS is their home away from home and we feel extremely blessed to be part of the Cambridge Christian family!
– The Dominguez Family
We feel very blessed to be part of the Cambridge family and are thankful for the many opportunities the school has offered our children. In addition to the strong academic program, our children have been able to actively participate in sports and fine arts programs, while emphasizing the importance of service and Christian fellowship. We are very appreciative of the faculty and staff that have provided personal guidance and support along the way. It is so refreshing to walk down the halls and know that you are not just “a number”. There is a team of teachers and administrators who are looking out for our children. Along the way, we have met wonderful families and made lifelong friends. We are forever grateful that we made the decision to come to Cambridge!
– The Smelt Family