The founder and head of school of one of the most successful public charter schools in Massachusetts has announced her retirement.
The Community Charter School of Cambridge’s robotics team brings excitement to tackling their “da Vinci” project.
Graduates from the Community Charter School of Cambridge had even more reason to celebrate at their Thursday ceremony: It’s the third consecutive year every graduate has gained college admission.
Ishrat Aishee said she never expected to take first in her category a competitive citywide poetry contest. Her seventh-grade teacher wasn’t surprised, though.
Community Charter School of Cambridge officials point to annual “Out To College” field trips as part of its success placing graduates in college. Since 2009, every graduate has gained admission to college, officials said.
Every Thursday, from the beginning of February until the end of May, each member of the senior class at Community Charter School of Cambridge goes not to school, but to work, as part of the CCSC Senior Internship Program.
More than two dozen colleges and universities from across the country sent representatives to the Community Charter School of Cambridge on Wednesday for the school’s inaugural college fair.