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The CCS Upper School Technology Club hosted an after-school Fun Technology event for the Lower School Students. The Fun Technology event was a learn-by-doing environment where the goal was to not only introduce the students to fundamental computer science but also to spark the students to be creative, to experiment, and to collaborate with each other. At the event, the students used Minecraft: Education Edition and graphic coding tools to create mods and to participate in team challenge games.  As an added bonus, the Tech Club brought out its Virtual Reality system and let each student experience Minecraft bigger than life. About the CCS Upper School Tech Club: The Tech Club’s purpose is to bring together CCS Upper School students who share a passion for technology regardless of one’s skill and experience. The club’s objectives include: the adoption of technology in the teaching and learning environment to advantage all CCS students and faculty; development and demonstration of knowledge and skills in advanced technologies such as Virtual Reality, Game Software, Artificial Intelligence; have fun in all that we do....

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STEM at CCS

STEM at CCS


Posted By on Oct 20, 2017

Marty Hillier

General Overview The STEM Program and STEM Diploma offerings at CCS were developed to provide the CCS student interested in pursuing STEM at the college or career level with a high quality, rigorous, and academically challenging learning environment. Depending on the student’s subject interest and candidacy, there are several STEM pathways the student may follow: Sciences, Technology, Engineering, Architectural, and Industrial. Each of these main areas of study provide the student with rich, project-based and hands-on course content that serves to realize the student’s potential as a technology leader, innovator, collaborator, and real-life problem solver.  What is the difference between a STEM Program and STEM Diploma? The STEM Program at CCS is a curriculum that offers STEM classes as an option for ALL students, including those not seeking a STEM diploma, but still interested in taking specific classes in the field of science, technology, engineering or mathematics. The STEM Diploma is a specific curriculum designed for those students who qualify and have shown interest in pursuing a STEM major at the college level.  How does a CCS STEM Diploma prepare your student for success as a STEM major in college? According to the President’s Council of Advisors, “fewer than 40 percent of students who enter college intending to major in a STEM field actually complete a STEM degree.” STEM majors have a reputation for being challenging. Often, they are requiring students to spend hours in the classroom studying and completing coursework. It can be especially tough for some high school students to reach a level of college readiness in STEM if their high schools lack adequate STEM courses (1). The CCS STEM Diploma prepares our students by offering an in depth, hands-on curriculum designed specifically for those pursuing a STEM major. With heavy emphasis on math, science, engineering and Engaged Learning techniques, your student will be better prepared for the rigors of a STEM course load in college. Sample Curriculum Mechatronics Space Engineering and Technology Computer Aided Design and Process Engineering (CADE / CAPE) Civil Engineering and Architecture Electrical Engineering and Electronics Digital Design Biological / Biomedical Process Engineering and Automation Systems Troubleshooting Sample Course Description Space Engineering and Technology Course Description. Space Engineering and Technology is a course designed for the high school student who may be interested in pursuing a career in Aeronautical, Astronautical, or related engineering discipline. Aerospace Engineers are called to solve problems in the design, construction, operation, and maintenance of aircraft or spacecraft that meet an ever-increasing demand for improved performance at lower cost. In this semester-long course, the student will be introduced to aerospace engineering and technology while learning about the roles and...

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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.

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Open House Dates

Open House Dates


Posted By on Aug 29, 2017

Marty Hillier

Are you interested in learning about a college prep education taught through a Biblical worldview? Visit one of our Open Houses to meet the people behind the legacy of Cambridge Christian, preparing students for college and life for over 50 years.

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Graduation 2017

Graduation 2017


Posted By on May 23, 2017

Marty Hillier

The graduation ceremonies at Cambridge Christian School are a wonderful way to get to know the culture, standards and heart of our school. Please click the link below to watch all or part of our celebration of the Class of 2017. http://www.nfhsnetwork.com/events/cambridge-christian-school-tampa-fl/76f99ccad7...

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