ELEMENTARY (PREK-5 GRADES)

Our elementary program consists of four clusters. PreK (3-4), K-1, 2-5 and 4-5. In these clusters, students are taught in a way to help them excel. Our teachers plan lessons according to all learning styles - hands-on, teacher led, peer to peer, auditory, etc..

 

Students are introduced to technology while maintaining traditional classroom instruction.

 

Florida State Standards are followed.

 

 

 

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MIDDLE SCHOOL  (6-7 GRADES)

Students work in a blended learning classroom. Traditional textbooks and virtual platforms are used all while maintaining teacher instruction. In addition, we continue the model set in our elementary. Middle school students have the opportunity to participate in a variety of lessons meeting all learning style needs. Using this blended style of learning has proven successful for our students.

 

Hands on learning continues with collaborative projects and off site field trips to implement studies.

JUNIOR HIGH  (8-9 GRADES)

The same style of learning that has been built upon continues at a Junior High level. However, self guidance and responsibility becomes a more important instrument in a student's individual learning. Beginning in 8th grade, our students are beginning to earn their High School Credits and are working towards dual enrollment in 10th grade.

 

SENIOR HIGH (10-12 GRADES)

​The High School Years are an exciting time for students. It is a time to look ahead and start thinking of the direction you will take as a student and as an adult.

 

Because we are a college preparatory school, many of our 10-12 grade students are taking college classes through dual enrollment. Students generally remain on campus and have the guidance and assistance of our Academic Advisor, Dual Enrollment Mentor, and their college professors.

 

Our success rate in this program is very high and is something we are proud of. WE have had many students graduate with both their Associates of Arts degree, High School Diploma and recognition for the Honor Society and Phi Theta Kappa.

Admission Process Explained:

Cambridge Prep Academy’s admission requirements promote student success by assessing student preparedness and academic potential in the unique context of each student's personal experience. Admission assessment will consider all achievements, both academic and non-academic, to enroll students with a broad range of characteristics and perspectives. Considerations include, but are not limited to: academic achievement, creativity, initiative, motivation, leadership, persistence, service to others, intellectual curiosity, exceptional personal or academic recognition, unusual talent or ability, substantial experience with other cultures, and ability to overcome significant challenges.

The admissions process consists of a fair and comprehensive review of all applicants to determine potential success at Cambridge Prep Academy. It is crucial for applicants to carefully complete the application process by providing thorough information. Estimating the likelihood of admission is very difficult without considering the complete application file.

            The first step in admissions the admissions process is:

  1. Requesting and interview either by email: jackie@cambridgeprepacademy.org or by phone (386) 243-8285 ext 100.

  2. Interview completed with both student and parents.

  3. A review of all previous transcripts and testing.

  4. An acceptance or denial letter will be issued within 72 hours of the interview or a re-enrollment letter is submitted.

Please note that academic performance is not the sole criterion for admission to the academy. The school may evaluate a person's behavior and background to determine their ability to maintain the standards of academic and professional conduct expected at the school. An evaluation may take into consideration current behavior and performance as well as past experiences and actions. Social Media venues are also weighed in. Simply qualifying for admission does not guarantee admission.

Return students will be admitted for an additional year after review of the above characteristics and achievements are weighed. Parental involvement and contribution to our Cambridge family is also heavily considered. In the family environment we have created for our school, it is crucial to have a family unit that is supporting and nurturing to the school and the learning environment.

Cambridge Prep Academy reserves the right to grant admittance only to students and families that meet our enrollment criteria. Parents will be notified of the admissions decision in person or in writing; reasons for the decision are not disclosed to applicants.  The same is applicable to re-enrollment students and families also.