Academic Overview

Students at Cambridge Friends School are challenged academically, supported individually, and known deeply. Through a combination of best-practices research, strong national benchmarks, and caring social and emotional support, students at Cambridge Friends School thrive in the classroom and out in the world. Click the tiles below to explore each grade level’s highlights and curriculum. 

Pre-Kindergarten

Pre-Kindergarten

Our experiential program allows our youngest students to learn classroom routines and expand their curiosity.

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Kindergarten

Kindergarten

Kindergarten at Cambridge Friends School focuses on emerging literacy and math in a vibrant classroom designed to spark creativity and wonder.

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Grade 1

Grade 1

Grade 1 students learn all about community - the elements that make up a strong community and how to be a good community member.

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Grade 2

Grade 2

Second Graders thrive in an environment of collaboration, enjoy hands on activities, and are focused on issues of fairness and justice. These unique traits are harnessed each year through a variety of projects.

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Grades 3 and 4

Grades 3 and 4

Grades 3 and 4 are combined at Cambridge Friends School to provide robust leadership and mentoring opportunities, and also meets the emerging development needs of this age group.

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Grade 5

Grade 5

Grade 5 students dive into the executive functioning skills needed to find success in middle school and beyond, all which sharpening important academic skills like research, writing, and critical analysis.

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Grade 6

Grade 6

As newly minted middle schoolers, sixth grade students focus on mastering important academic skills, while building confidence and self-identity.

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Grade 7

Grade 7

Seventh graders learn about revolutions from all over the world, highlighting different perspectives and biases in history.

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Grade 8

Grade 8

Eighth graders learn to master academic skills and self-advocacy, ensuring they are prepared for the challenges that lay ahead in high school and college.

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