High Schools

Today, high school administrators and teachers are held accountable to demonstrate consistent academic progress in their students. Thus, they must pinpoint their energies on the essential college and career skills and strategies that dramatically increase student performance on standardized tests. 

Cambridge partners with high schools to tackle the monumental tasks of elevating college and career readiness skills for all students. To stimulate real improvement, we help high schools start early—in 9th and 10th grade—to cultivate academic growth and increase scores on high stakes standardized tests. 

Cambridge helps high schools to:

  • Integrate effective resources into existing curriculum and instructional practices.
  • Provide assessments and reports to support data-driven decision making.
  • Improve rigor in instruction for dramatic score increases on state assessments.
  • Encourage and support teachers through professional development workshops.

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