Cambridge is a vibrant city located just over the bridge from Boston on the other side of the Charles River. The city has an estimated population of 105,594. Cambridge has a many open spaces on its famous university campuses including Harvard Yard and MITs Great Lawn.
The three major highways leading into Cambridge are Route 2, Route 16 and the McGrath Highway Route 28.
There is easy access to The Massachusetts Turnpike, Route 1 and I-93. Public transportation is readily available in Cambridge. The MBTA makes several stops in Cambridge including the Porter Square stop on the regional Commuter Rail, the Lechmere stop on the Green Line, and five stops on the Red Line.
Cambridge is a multicultural city where students and residents from around the world coexist with the backdrop of Harvard University and the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) surrounding them.
The Cambridge Public School District encompasses twelve elementary schools. All but one of the elementary schools extends up to the junior high school grades. The only public high school in Cambridge is the Cambridge Rindge and Latin School. Cambridge is a diverse community with children from 82 different countries attending the public schools.