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The Cambridge School of Dallas

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Christian, Prep School, Academy, Middle School, High School, Grades 5 – 12,

The Cambridge School of Dallas

3877 Walnut Hill Lane
Dallas Texas 75229


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Now Enrolling for The 2019-2020 School Year!

NOTE: Families that are already involved in the enrollment process with participating schools are ineligible to participate in this program.

Only the first child enrolled in the school by a family is eligible for the discount, and only in the first year of attendance. The schools make the final decision on eligibility.

The tuition schedule for the 2019- 2020 school year is as follows.
Additional fees are assessed for registrations received after 5/13/2019.

Grade 5 $18,900 $13,230
Grade 6 $18,900 $13,230
Grade 7 $18,900 $13,230
Grade 8 $18,900 $13,230
Grade 9 $23,100 $16,170
Grade 10 $23,100 $16,170
Grade 11 $23,100 $16,170
Grade 12 $23,100 $16,170

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Each tuition voucher is valid for the tuition cost for attendance at the specified school for the 2019-2020 Fall through Spring (not including Summer School). All other costs of attending the school, including books and supplies, uniforms, and fees to participate in sports or events, are not covered by the voucher and are the responsibility of the student and his or her parent or guardian. Only one voucher per school may be purchased or used by a household or family. Vouchers are not available for purchase if your family has already applied to the school, or if you already have a child attending the school. Each voucher may only be used by a new student not enrolled at the specified school previously.  Purchase of a voucher does not guarantee admittance for a student to the specified school, and the student must meet all school admission, attendance, and conduct requirements to enroll and attend throughout the school year. The voucher is not returnable or redeemable for cash, except if a school confirms to STATION that a prospective student with a voucher completed all application requirements, but was not admitted to the school, in which case upon request by the voucher purchaser STATION will refund the cost paid to STATION for the voucher.  The voucher purchaser should consult with his or her tax adviser concerning the tax treatment of payment of tuition using the voucher.

Now Enrolling for The 2019-2020 School Year!


Academic Discipleship: Fostering a Love of Learning with a Passion for Jesus Christ

Education serves Christian discipleship by fostering a love of learning with a passion for Jesus Christ. Our aim is to equip students to love and serve God with all their minds in order to serve Him with all their heart, soul and strength. The School’s desire is to see students glorify God in every area of their lives.

Guiding Principles

The Cambridge School of Dallas seeks to develop young Christian men and women that are spiritually equipped in Christ-likeness, philosophically grounded in a biblical worldview, encouraged in a traditional vision of reality, and academically prepared for admittance to strategic centers of cultural influence. We are a school that is attempting to raise the bar on both spiritual fervor and academic ability so as to graduate students who are able and willing to be an antidote to cultural decline and spiritual drift.

Thus, Cambridge addresses both the heart and the mind. We believe in equipping students to actively engage their world and influence their culture. Cambridge is not a “safe haven” from this world. We are a training ground for kingdom service. The work is hard, the curriculum rigorous, the spiritual expectations high — for a purpose. Cambridge seeks to develop students who have a passion for Jesus, sharp minds, a clear calling, a generational commitment, and a kingdom imperative in all they seek to do with the rest of their lives. Cambridge is about intensive discipleship, strategic influence, traditional education, and intellectual preparation.

Intensive Discipleship

Too often, no substantive difference exists between the behavior of “Christian” teenagers and non-Christian teenagers. Moreover, many Christian teenagers who regularly attend churches before college fail to continue regular worship in church once they leave home. Cambridge addresses this by discipling students both spiritually and academically to become active disciples of Jesus who are capable of influencing their culture.

Now Enrolling for The 2019-2020 School Year!

About The Cambridge School of Dallas

The Cambridge School of Dallas is a Christ-centered classical college preparatory school. Committed to Christ-centered intellectual preparation and traditional education, the aim is to equip students to know Christ with all their minds, to love Him with all their hearts, and to serve Him with all their lives.

If you are like the typical parent pursuing Christian education for your children, you have three basic priorities: a safe and encouraging environment, good education, and development in Christian faith. These priorities characterize The Cambridge School of Dallas as well. Cambridge is the school where every student will maximize his or her academic potential supported by the formation of a deeply ordered faith.

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The Cambridge School of Dallas is a private Christ-centered, classical, college preparatory school accredited by the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools (SACS). Among its professional memberships are the College Board, Association of Classical Christian Schools, and the Educational Records Bureau. The School is not affiliated with a church or denomination.

Cambridge students take an average of 6.25 AP courses, with a 72% pass rate on AP exams in 19 different subjects. Universities across the country recognize that Cambridge students are well prepared for the college classroom. Our students receive credit for numerous college courses in our high school curriculum. In the last 8 years, Cambridge has produced 28 AP National Scholars, 70 AP Scholars with Distinction, 26 AP Scholars with Honor, 72 AP Scholars, 17 National Merit Finalists (1 SemiFinalist), 24 National Merit Commendations, 4 National Hispanic Recognitions, and 2 National Merit Achievement Recognitions.

Cambridge specializes in finding the right college match for our students by allowing them opportunities for exposure to many colleges throughout the United States via college trips, fairs, and visiting reps. The Director of College Placement and entire faculty work closely with students to help them make wise decisions about where they will continue to flourish in their post-secondary education. Last year’s graduating class received merit-based scholarships totaling $1,106,550 million (average of $123,000 per senior).

Cambridge has a 6:1 student-to-faculty ratio, and the training students receive under our teaching faculty is truly singular. 40% of faculty members have earned their doctoral degrees or will soon be awarded this honor. In addition, many of our teachers have taught at the university level. The School employs faculty members who have a thorough knowledge and mastery of their subjects, a demonstrated ability to convey that knowledge effectively to students, an ability to connect and communicate with adolescents, and a willingness to disciple others. Take a look at Cambridge’s faculty and staff.

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Lauren Cannefax
Our Private School Liaison

Telephone: 214-561-2133

Email: Lauren.Cannefax@SalemDallas.com