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  • CHS CAS Cross-Age Tutoring

    CHS CAS Cross-Age Tutoring

    Cross-age tutoring (Peer to Peer) is a CAS student initiative to and support their fellow students in areas of need.

    This initiative is scheduled twice per week during homeroom where student mentors are assigned to help build skills needed in different subject areas.

    Cambridge High School came to the conclusion that when peers support each other in developing skills and knowledge, results are more fruitful adding to the endeavours, the harmony and bond taking place in the school community resulting from this vibrant initiative.

    From our practice model sessions, the experience was successful and became a popular activity in the school community.  Students are in line waiting for their turn to proudly take part in this initiative.

  • Pulse | Katia Al Tal | TEDxArarStreetWomen

    Pulse | Katia Al Tal | TEDxArarStreetWomen

    The staff of Cambridge High School feel it is our duty to help the community achieve the highest possible standards in intellectual and personal development. We are proud of our students as they embody the possibilities we all have within for greatness.Being surrounded by a staff of quality mentors such as Katia Al Tal, our CAS program has flourished into a vehicle of international mindedness and commitment to social responsibilities. Her Tedx Talk should not be missed.

  • CHS Student Council members visited Royal Court of King Abdullah II

    CHS Student Council members visited Royal Court of King Abdullah II

    Cambridge High School Student Council members would like to thank the Royal Court Staff who led our group on a tour of buildings and grounds.  It was like having a history lesson of Jordan coming alive.  We walked in the footsteps of great people.  Thank you for the experience a lifetime. 

    Our visit to Royal Court of King Abdullah II was done in connection to experience how government works in a real-life situation. The amount of support that is needed to run government by employees of many kinds is not realized until behind the scenes in seen. Members of our student council saw first- hand the amount of work done by people for the smooth running of government.

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