- 98% of our 10th grade students earned a score of Advanced or Proficient on the English MCAS.
- 96% of our 10th grade students earned a score of Advanced or Proficient on the Math MCAS.
- 79% of our 10th grade students earned a score of Advanced on the exam -- a percentage that is the highest in the school’s history, and equal to or exceeding many of the best suburban schools in the Boston area.
- CCSC middle school students outperformed the state average and Cambridge Public Schools on nearly all Math & English MCAS exams.
- CCSC students not only outperformed the majority of their peers across the state, they demonstrated more growth than those peers as well. Students enter CCSC with a variety of academic backgrounds, and it is important to us that we effectively educate all of them. In every tested grade (6th, 7th, 8th, and 10th) and subject (Math & English) in which the state measures growth, our students not only performed well, but their scores improved at a rate that exceeded the state average.
CCSC’s success has been recognized over the years.
CCSC was a finalist for the 2015-16 Pozen Prize for Charter Schools. The Pozen Prize, awarded by The Boston Foundation, annually recognizes one Boston-area charter school for sustained academic excellence.
In 2016, the City of Cambridge passed a resolution commending Community Charter School of Cambridge for its excellent achievements in providing a quality education for all of its students.
In 2015, the Massachusetts Department of Elementary and Secondary Education recognized CCSC for making dramatic academic progress with students.
In 2011, CCSC was an Effective Practice Incentive Community (EPIC) award-winning school. The EPIC initiative rewards high-need urban schools showing significant gains in student achievement.
Since graduating our first class in 2009, almost 100% of graduating seniors have been accepted to college. 8 consecutive years of success!
College matriculation and persistence rates are far higher than the national averages for students of color.
College persistence matriculation and rates are far higher than the national averages for students of color:
- 90% of all CCSC graduates enrolled in college the fall after graduation, 96% of them to 4-year colleges.
- Of the 21 members of the Class of 2009, 81% have either graduated or were still enrolled and working toward their degree in 2013-14 (5 years out).
- Of the 19 members of the Class of 2010, 84% have either graduated or were still enrolled and working toward their degree in 2013-14 (4 years out).