News & Updates

The College Counseling Team would like to invite you to our ACCEPTED … NOW What? Senior Parent Night on Thursday, April 27 at the Charles Street Building. On this day, uAspire will be presenting information regarding the following:

Options to cover the estimated bill Next Steps with the bill Other considerations: health insurance, housing, etc. Enrollment to-do’s

For a PDF with more information, click here

On Tuesday, April 25th and Wednesday, April 26th (the week following April vacation), middle school students will take part in English Language Arts MCAS testing. This is the first year that CCSC is administering computer-based MCAS. This message contains a resource to help students prepare for testing, as well as some important notes about testing days.

CCSC 9th, 10th, and 11th graders will be visiting area colleges today, April 12. Itineraries can be viewed here

MCAS Testing

Students in grade 10 will be participating in MCAS testing for English language arts  on March 21, 22 and 23 (Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday). The testing schedule is below:

Tuesday, March 21

Wednesday, March 22

Thursday, March 23

10th grade: English Language Arts MCAS

10th grade: English Language Arts  MCAS

10th grade: English Language Arts MCAS

Students will be dismissed at 11:38am at the earliest, but may stay until 3:40pm if they are working productively and need the time.

Students will be dismissed at 11:53 at the earliest, but may stay until 3:40pm if they are working productively and need the time.

Dear Community Charter School of Cambridge Families,

In light of recent action by the office of the President in changing federal immigration policies, threatening to withhold federal funds from sanctuary cities, and giving Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) unprecedented authority to target undocumented citizens, we felt it was important to share with you how thankful and proud we are to be part of such a vibrant and diverse school community. We want to reassure you that we unequivocally commit to support, protect, and stand by every student, faculty member, and staff member at CCSC; including our immigrant, refugee, undocumented, and Muslim students and families. As a public charter school, we have a moral and a legal obligation to enroll and serve every child who attends our school, without regard to their immigration status, and without fear of discrimination. Our focus will continue to be on providing all students in our schools with the academic and social-emotional guidance and support that will allow them to develop into successful, contributing members of our communities.