Invictus Unlawfully Terminates Contract

CLEVELAND, OH—November 1, 2016, Invictus High School has unlawfully terminated their management contract with Cambridge. Their termination letter did not include any legitimate cause for termination as is explicitly required in the agreement nor did it provide the requisite 30-day time period for Cambridge to cure any issue. Cambridge Education Group has unfortunately had to take legal action against the Invictus High School …

New Family Liaison Ensures Student Success in School and Beyond

CLEVELAND, OH—East Preparatory Academy has created a new Family Liaison position to better help their students and their families by establishing a connection between the school and home, helping to solve problems, answer questions, and decrease distractions to learning such as students needing glasses, missing dress code, coping with a death in the family, or making poor behavior choices. Sharonna Miles was nominated and accepted the …

Partnership with Cuyahoga Community College Prepares Students for College

CLEVELAND, OH—Invictus High School and its satellite East Campus have partnered with Cuyahoga Community College (Tri-C) to allow students to dual-enroll via the Gateway to College program. Eleven Invictus students will start their new classes this week. Students who are enrolled at Cuyahoga Community College through the Gateway to College program earn high school credit, as well as credit towards a college degree. “We …

Student completing internship- and certification-related coursework

LEIHS Students Earn IT Certificate Through Internship

CLEVELAND, OH—One of the pillars of Cambridge Education Group’s academic framework is giving our students and education that they can apply in the real world. One way we accomplish that goal is to facilitate internships for our students to earn credits towards graduation. Many times our students are even hired at the companies for whom they have interned. Two of …

School Donates Books to Promote Child Literacy

CLEVELAND, OH—On June 20th, 2015, five Lake Erie International High School (LEIHS) staff members and two LEIHS students attended the the 28th Annual Clifton Arts and Music Festival to donate books and urge the importance of child literacy. The statistics regarding child illiteracy are startling. Minorities and urban youths, like the students that LEIHS serves, already face a statistically significant higher rate …