David Cambridge began his career running residential programs for teens facing emotional and behavioral challenges. After teacher shortages impacted the program, David stepped into the classroom and became a Special Education math and science teacher. With a focus on classroom experiences that had real-world applications and fun experiments, students found a love for science and math.
David brought this same style to a local all-boys elite private school in the Main Line area. As a teacher and Dean of Students, he strived to keep students engaged in both school and activities. During the next several years David also worked as a charter school Business Administrator and a Special Education Director at a school for students with Emotional Support, Autism Support, and Deaf/Hard of Hearing needs.
David holds a Bachelor of Arts from Penn State University, a Master of Science in Biology (focused on Molecular Biology), a Doctorate of Education in Educational Leadership from Saint Joseph’s University, and most recently, an MBA from West Chester University. In addition, David holds multiple Pennsylvania Department of Education accreditations, including three Math/Science Instruction Certifications, Supervision of Curriculum and Instruction Certification, a Principal Certification, and a Superintendent Qualification Letter.
David lives in the Main Line area with his wife, daughter, and at last count, three dogs, three cats, and a guinea pig. David and his family are active in student activities and animal rescue. When not arranging activities and trips, they are often assisting David’s Veterinarian wife.