Cambridge School, Noida is a non-residential, coeducational, English medium school founded in 1981 by the late A.C. Deb, well-known educationist who also established a school in Mussorie in 1930. The school is administered by the Society for the Advancement of Education, which runs eight Cambridge schools in the Delhi NCR region.
The school is affiliated with the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE), New Delhi and offers education from kindergarten to class XII.
Set over 11 acres, Cambridge School offers world class academic and sports infrastructure for its 2,500 students.
The 11-acre school campus comprises an administrative block, audio-visual room, well equipped separate science laboratories, mathematics lab, air conditioned computer centre, well-stocked library, dance and music rooms, and art and sculpture room.
The school also hosts wood a craft room, photography room, canteen, meal planning room, stationary and uniform shop.
Sports facilities include throw ball, basket ball court, cricket and football, volleyball, badminton, gym, and a swimming pool.
Transportation facility is offered by the school.
Cambridge School follows the CBSE curriculum and offers schooling from kindergarten to class XII. The school imparts its student project based learning which makes learning enjoyable, interactive and meaningful.
The school encourages its students to participate in co-curricular activities such as music, dance, clay modeling, photography, painting, carpentry, poster making, reading programme and a range of sports activities. Life skills workshops are also conducted.
The school admits students in the nursery section. Admission for nursery commences in the month of September every year while for other classes admission begins in the month of March.
Cambridge is a day school. It does not offer student hostels.