A.CSE stands for Cambria School of Excellence
A. Breakfast and hot lunch are both available through the Department of Education. Lunch is based on income, but parents can also provide their own.
A. Interested parents must make an appointment for an interview and tour. Please see our Admissions page for further details.
A. Yes, all students are required to wear uniforms. Boys wear khaki pants, white polo shirt, and navy blue blazer. Girls may wear khaki pant or skirt, white polo shirt and navy blue blazer.
A.  Afterschool offers Dance, Chess, Voice, Drums, Steel Pan, Piano, Entrepreneur, Karate, Strings (Violin, Cello, and Viola), Drama, Art, Computer and Lego Robotics.
A. Our classes thus far have ranged from 8-19 students. Our desired maximum per class is 20 students.
A. Yes. All classes attend at least four (4) trips per year. Parents are welcome to attend depending on space availability.
A. Throughout the year, the school and the Parent Group Association schedule many performances/activities. All students are required to perform at a school assembly. In addition, we have an Annual Music Recital, Drama and Dance Performance and Talent Show, etc.
A. CSE’s PGA, meets monthly except September, December and June. They arrange special activities throughout the year.
A. Parents are required to participate in 2-3 fundraising events during the year which vary in type. For parents who are unable to participate, a monetary payment will be accepted instead.
A. CSE does not provide bus service, but can provide a list of companies that presently service our area and school. The school does provide metro cards to eligible students.
A. Our Middle School is chartered by the State Education Department Non-Public School Division.
A. No, we do not close for all the extra holidays that Public School does but we do close for all National holidays. Additionally, we have two orientation days in the beginning of the school year.