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In 1892, the English High School moved into a commodious new building on Broadway; Rindge had presented the land to Cambridge at a cost of 0,000.
The EHS's old building at Broadway and Fayette was remodeled, and the Latin School moved in.
In 1843, Old Cambridge set up the Female High School, and East Cambridge completed its Otis schoolhouse.
Not until 1848 did plans to merge the high schools of the three competitive wards overcome sectional differences.
In 1838, Cambridgeport organized a public high school to serve all of Cambridge at the corner of Broadway and Windsor Streets.