Volusia County students earn Cambridge awards

A total of 46 Seabreeze High School students won awards.

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  • | 11:00 a.m. February 29, 2024
Photo courtesy of Volusia County Schools
Photo courtesy of Volusia County Schools
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Eighty-five students from Volusia County Schools have received prestigious awards from Cambridge International Education, part of the University of Cambridge, to acknowledge their outstanding performance on the June 2023 Cambridge examinations, according to a press release.

Of those 85 students, 46 were from Seabreeze High School. Eleven students received a Cambridge Scholar Award with Merit and 35 students received the Cambridge Scholar Award.

“Congratulations to every one of our outstanding students across Volusia County Schools,” Superintendent Dr. Carmen Balgobin said in the press release. “Your prestigious awards from Cambridge International Education reflect not only individual brilliance but also the collective commitment to academic excellence within our schools. Your accomplishments make us proud, and we commend your dedication to achieving global standards of education.”  

Cambridge partners with schools, districts, and governments around the world to provide an instructional system across four stages, primary through advanced, aligning rigorous curriculum, pedagogy, and assessment for all students in grades K-12. The Cambridge Advanced program allows students to earn college-level credit in high school.


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