History

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A diverse learning environment, which is unique within the Constanta region. Throughout its history, Cambridge School of Constanta has undergone several transformations in order to become the well-established and distinguished school that it is today.
Established in 2002, under the patronage of the Lebanese Embassy in Romania, it was first known as, Lebanese School. In 2006, the school became a subsidiary of Cambridge School of Bucharest and its name changed to Cambridge School of Bucharest Constanta. Finally, in 2008, the name was proudly changed to Educational Center – Cambridge School of Constanta, as it gained authorisation from MECT through OM no. 5435/23.09.2008 and accreditation by MEN through OM no. 4893/26.08.2013, for all levels of education.
Cambridge School of Constanta prides itself on having a teaching staff of professionals from both Romania and abroad (UK, Spain, South Africa, Australia and other parts of the world), who together, provide students with an education of the highest standard.
Students consistently receive the best results for IGCSE and A Level examinations within the region, and each year, high school graduates are admitted to top universities around the world.