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Program Area(s)​E-Mail Address​Website
June Yarrington​Computer Scienceyarrington@fultonschools.org Yes
​Russell Gray​Business EducationGrayR@fultonschools.org ​No
​Tim Hart​Law & Justicehartt@fultonschools.org​No
​Pam Masinko​MarketingMasinko@fultonschools.org ​No
​Sarah Nerswick​Agriscience & Veterinary Educationnerswicks@fultonschools.orgYes
​White, Ashley​Agriscience & Veterinary Educationwhiteaf@fultonschools.org
Funderburk, Hal​Audio-Video Technology & Filmfunderburkhk@fultonschools.orgYes
​Wayne ThompsonEngineering and ArchitectureThompsonW@fultonschools.org ​No
​Peter Vajda​Department ChairVajdaP@fultonschools.org No
​Anne von Bereghy​Assistant Career Tech Intervention SpecialistvonBereghy@fultonschools.org ​No
​Thomas Washburn

​Law & Justice
Mock Trial

WashburnT@fultonschools.org Yes
​Donna Wrinkle​CTIWrinkle@fultonschools.org


Academies @ Cambridge

College and Career Pathways @ Cambridge High School

Academies @ Cambridge offers career academies for students of exceptional merit. There are currently four academic focuses:


Audio-Visual, Technology & Film


Computer Science


Law & Justice

Sports & Entertaining Marketing

Veterinary Science

Each Academy focus adds to a high school curriculum that is demanding and rich in academic challenge. Students are encouraged to exceed their own expectations as well as those of their parents and teachers.

Why Career Academies?

The state of Georgia is now requiring students to complete a pathway in high school to prepare them for college or a career, and the lieutenant governor has launched the College and Career Academy Network. The state has taken other steps requiring students to identify a career pathway focus in middle school.

What is special about the Academies?

Preparation for college AND high-demand, high-wage careers

Parent and community involvement

Personalized learning environment for ALL students

Engaging curriculum and instruction

Practical work experiences such as job shadowing and internships

Opportunities for online courses, college credit, and professional certifications during high school

Project-based, interdisciplinary learning

All students form a deeper understanding of required academic subjects, electives, and specialized courses to prepare them for college

Teachers incorporate real-world examples into all academic and specialized courses

Students share smaller personalized environments with classmates with common interests and a team of teachers who serve as their advocates

Connections with business and community partners provide students with 21st Century and Academic Skills for post-secondary and career success


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