At Cambridge College we are concerned about forming integral and socially aware people, that is why we develop values programs in which our students are important participants in social activities, such as The Community Service Program, The Duke of Edinburgh's International Award, The Anti-bullying Culture, Social Media Challenges.
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Our Community Service promotes the development of students in different aspects of the community, enabling the participation of students from Year 2 (1st of Primary) to Year 13 (6th of Secondary) in social work. Community service is a constant key that seeks to develop the character and vocation of each person.
Within our program, students are assigned to several foundations to work for a period of two years so that they can develop a fraternal relationship, help in the implementation of group projects in the long term and that is still present when the results are seen.
Our work scheme gives each student the opportunity to work with different institutions throughout their student life. Here you can read the Welcome letter
Cambridge College is the only school in Bolivia that offers the international certification of the "The Duke of Edinburgh's International Award".
The program offers opportunities for young people to develop their skills, be physically active, provide a service to their community and experience adventures, therefore, the program plays a very critical role for the development of each one outside the classroom.
It also allows student achievements to always be recognized worldwide, giving young people a unique international accreditation for their experiences.
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Our entire school met to demonstrate that at Cambridge College we do not tolerate any type of bullying.
Students, teachers, and administration dressed in blue, our official ANTI-bullying color to convey the message.
Bullying can be prevented, especially when a whole community joins for that purpose. Strategies in the community can help identify and help bullied children, channel the behavior of bullies, and change the attitudes of adults and youth who tolerate bullying behaviors in peer groups, schools, and communities.
By participating in Bullying Awareness, Cambridge College will affect the positive change in student learning, performance and well-being by promoting a safer learning environment, which is essential to its success.