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Thursday, August 11, 2022

Belleview High School becomes ‘Demonstration Center’ for Cambridge Program

Belleview High School has become a “Demonstration Center” for the prestigious Cambridge Assessment International Education program, commonly known as the Cambridge Program.

Demonstration Centers serve as models of excellence for the implementation of the Cambridge Pathway program and host showcase events for teachers, school administrators and district leaders interested in learning about Cambridge International.

Each year, Cambridge International authorizes a very small number of demonstration centers, following a rigorous application process. Schools must successfully demonstrate how they meet the criteria in five key areas including educational values, inclusive teaching and learning, and exemplary leadership and management.

“We have great people providing great opportunities for our students every day,” said Principal Heather Guest. “We’re thrilled to share these strategies for success with other schools every day of the year.”

“We are excited Belleview High School is becoming one of the first demonstration centers in the United States and look forward to showcasing the exemplary work of the school leaders, educators and students,” said Mark Cavone, regional director for Cambridge International, North America. “Belleview High School has a long history of successfully implementing the Cambridge Pathway, culminating in strong results for students.”

Cambridge International is dedicated to helping schools deliver the best education possible by providing comprehensive support, including teacher professional development and training, classroom resources and membership of a global learning community.

More than 10,000 schools in more than 160 countries offer Cambridge programs and qualifications to their students. The Cambridge Pathway gives a clear direction for educational success from ages 5 to 19.

For more information, contact Guest at (352) 671-6210 or [email protected].