Cambridge is Massachusetts' fifth most populous city, with over 107,000 residents. The city sits across the Charles River, just north of Boston. Cambridge is affectionately known as the "City of Squares' for its squares that are created by street intersections. There are six major squares in the city; they are Kendall Square, Central Square, Harvard Square, Porter Square, Inman Square, and Lechmere Square.
Cambridge is a small education-oriented city that is home to two of the most respected colleges worldwide. There are many academically-rich schools in the area as well. The three high schools in Cambridge, have 81, 90, and 94 percent graduation rates. Community Charter School of Cambridge is the most academically impressive high school in Cambridge and is the only school in the school district also named Community Charter School of Cambridge. It has a ten to one student to faculty ratio. It also has 98 percent English proficiency and 96 percent math proficiency. Finding excellent Cambridge, MA, tutoring online might help a great deal with test preparation. Harvard University and MIT (Massachusetts Institute of Technology) both call Cambridge home. Both colleges are in the top ten national universities, with Harvard at number two and Massachusetts Institute of Technologies at number seven. With private test prep instruction via in-home or online tutoring in Cambridge, MA, you can potentially improve the chances of getting into these top schools. You can work with Cambridge, MA, tutors to potentially improve the chances of getting into your dream college.
There are many fun things to do in Cambridge. These include a wide range of museums to visit, like the MIT Museum, Harvard Museum of Natural History, and Semitic Museum. The Harvard Museum of Natural History is the home of a large collection of glass flowers and other plants. Other attractions are historic sites and architectural feats, such as Cooper-Frost-Austin House, The Asa Gray House, and the Stata Center at MIT. The Cooper-Frost-Austin House is the oldest home in Cambridge and is a non-profit museum that is run by Historic New England. The house was built in 1689, and was obtained by the New England Historic Society in 1912.
A couple of famous people associated with Cambridge are Junot Diaz and Julia Child. Junot Diaz is a fiction writer and teacher at MIT who was recently granted a Macarthur fellowship. Julia Child was a famous chef who lived in Cambridge for forty years. She had her own television show called "The French Chef," which debuted in 1967. She also wrote the book, "Mastering the Art of French Cooking."
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