Big Springs Regional STEM Science Fair WINNERs


    Christian Compton- 1st place in Animal Science Junior Division

    • Will be going State Science Fair
    • Jane Sands Special Award
    • Broadcom Masters Special Award


    Marlee Bennett- Biomedical Junior Division

    • Kingdom of the Sun Military Officers Special Award
    • $50 Gift Card from Military Officers Association
    • U.S. Navy Special Award


    Cloe Waldron 3rd place- Biomedical Junior Division

    • Ocala Pediatric Special Award


    Kryztov Tank 3rd place- Biomedical Junior Division

    • Ocala Pediatric Special Award


    Chelsea Stopford- 3rd place- Environmental Science Junior Division

    • Silver River Environmental Special Award


    Andrew Lyons-Plant Science Junior Division

    • U.S. Navy Special Award



    Algebra/Geometry Honors teacher Dr. Lockley with STEAM Coordinator Katrina Hall and Cambridge Coordinator Keith Melancon at Anthony's Literacy Night!



    Dr. Lockley with the MATHCOUNTS students after their in-school competition.  Trophies and medals were awarded to the top tier students in mathematics for the tournament.


    Cambridge Coordinator Mr. Melancon and Algebra/Geometry Honors Teacher Dr. Lockley at Magnet at the Mall January 11th, 2020

    School Choice


    8th Grade Cambridge students completing their SLIM Lab with Dr. Warren.



    7th and 8th Grade Cambridge students working a BreakoutEDU session.  Cambridge U.S. History teacher Mr. Melancon and Algebra teacher Dr. Lockley teamed up for a collaborative activity to promote across the curriculum instruction dealing with the Articles of Confederation and the U.S.Constitution.




    Students conducting Rube Goldberg experiments in Cambridge 8th Grade Science with Dr. Warren.





    I would like to thank Miss Megan Mears for speaking to our Cambridge students about the wonderful world of science and how it has changed her life.  As a former Cambridge student herself, Megan stressed the importance of studying hard, striving for your personal best, and never giving up.  Her success is an inspiration to our students and what she has accomplished since her early beginnings at the middle school has been remarkable.  We wish her all the best with her Ph.D studies at the University of Texas (Medical Branch)!


    Megan Mears with her mentor Dr. Warren




    Cookout where teachers, parents, and students played basketball, volleyball, pingpong, and cornhole.



    Cambridge Cookout


    Cambridge faculty cooking in great weather!