Outstanding Senior Fines
Seniors will not receive their diploma at graduation if they have outstanding library books, textbooks, Surface devices or fines for any of those things. All seniors should have received a yellow notice from one of their teachers with a list of everything they have checked out from the school and any fines they have accrued. Fines and replacement fees can be paid in the Student Center by cash, check written to Cambridge High School, or credit card through Online School Payments (OSP). Senior accounts need to be clear by Friday, May 17. Please contact Laura Morgan at MorganL1@fultonschools.org or 470.254.7888 with questions.
Graduation Rehearsal - Mandatory - May 17 at 4:00 pm
All graduates are required to attend graduation rehearsal on Friday, May 17, at 4:00 pm. Graduates will arrive at Ameris Band Amphitheater and park in Lot C (11450 Maxwell Road) and enter the East Gate. Staff will be on site to direct graduates to the staging area.
Graduation Ceremony Tickets
Tickets will be required to attend the ceremony at Ameris Bank Amphitheater. Each graduate will receive (12) twelve tickets and will be distributed following the mandatory graduation rehearsal on May 17. Each graduate will need to pick up and sign for their ticket allocation. Families requiring additional tickets should work within the community to obtain tickets other families may not be using.
Our graduation ceremony for the Class of 2019 will be held Thursday, May 23, 2019, at 2:30 pm, at Ameris Bank Amphitheater. Doors will open at 1:30 pm. Tickets are required for entry. All seating is in the covered amphitheater, and lawn seating will be closed.
Graduates are to arrive at the venue at 1:15 pm with their cap and gowns. Graduates will park at the venue in lot C (11450 Maxwell Road) and proceed to the Security Checkpoint. Staff and volunteers will be on hand to direct our graduates.
Parents and guests should park in Lot A (1775 Founders Parkway) and enter the West Gate. Handicapped parking is available in parking Lot A. Should you need to drop off a family member, please do so at the East Gate (2200 Encore Parkway). Handicapped seating will be reserved by the venue until 2:00 pm and is first come first served.
Immediately following the ceremony, graduates will recess to the East (Boys) and West (Girls) to pick up their diplomas.
Graduation is a special time for our community. To establish a standard of integrity and excellence at our graduation ceremony, we ask for your assistance with the following:
Remind graduates to dress appropriately for the occasion.
Remind graduates that cell phones should be silenced.
Remind graduates that they should leave purses or bags at home.
Remind graduates as well as family and friends that while we encourage celebrations of individuals during the ceremony, it is important to be sensitive to all guests' desire to hear their son's and/or daughter's diploma being conferred.
Graduates are to arrive at the venue at 1:15 pm with their cap and gowns. Graduates will park in lot C (11450 Maxwell Road) and proceed to the Security Checkpoint. Staff and volunteers will be on hand to direct our graduates. Graduates should not bring bags or pursues as there will not be a secure place to leave them. Upon arrival, all graduates will walk through a metal detector, and any bag will be searched. Graduates cannot bring unopened plastic bottles into the venue. Water will be provided in the graduate holding area.
- Graduates should arrive for the ceremony appropriately attired with gown, stole, cap, and tassel.
- Students should wear appropriate attire for the graduation ceremony. Appropriate attire includes collared shirt, tie, dress slacks, dress shoes, dress, or blouse and skirt, and flat shoes are recommended. The dress should not hang below the hem of the graduation gown.
- Students should not wear t-shirts, halter-tops, tank tops, jeans, shorts, etc.
Severe Weather Plan
All seating at
graduation is undercover and protected. In case of severe weather, we will
follow Ameris Bank Amphitheater’s severe weather procedures.
Join your elementary school friends as our feeder schools will host "Senior Walks."
- Tuesday, May 14 – Summit Hill Elementary School – Arrive at 1:15 pm, walk begins at 1:30 pm
- Monday, May 20 – Alpharetta Elementary School - Arrive at 8:20 am, walk begins at 8:30 am
- Monday, May 20 – Birmingham Falls Elementary School – Arrive at 1:15 pm, walk begins at 1:30 pm
- Monday, May 20 – Cogburn Woods Elementary School – Arrive at 1:15 pm, walk begins at 1:30 pm
Seniors must RSVP, to do so follow this link: https://forms.gle/c9H3uz3NcHnhCmXt7
Senior Parent Meeting Information
If you were unable to attend the Senior Parent Meeting on April 18, please find the presentation for that meeting. In addition, all details regarding the Class of 2019 Graduation, and all senior activities can be found on this page. Senior Parent Meeting presentation
Hosted by Cambridge parents:
Sunday, May 19, 2019
Donations, payable to Michel Kish and left at the front office
RSVP: Gina Winch at email@example.com
Students wanting to be involved in service:
Madeline Davis at firstname.lastname@example.org
Helena Dervishian at email@example.com
Senior Student Meeting, Dinner, and Commemoratives
Seniors will arrive at Cambridge at 4:30 – 6:30 pm, on Wednesday, May 22, 2019, for the following events:
- Senior Student Meeting - auditorium
- There will be a senior presentation with important reminders about graduation.
- Senior dinner (students only) – cafeteria, following the class meeting
- Graduates will pick up their Cambridge Post commemorative envelopes at the dinner.
There will be a senior breakfast on Thursday, May 23, 2019, at the stadium, from 9:00 – 9:45 am. Following breakfast, a senior class picture will be taken on the stadium field at 9:30 am.
Bridging to Our Future
The PTSA is currently updating the "Bridging To Our Future" boards. They would like to include every student's plan on the boards; College they plan to attend, gap year, work, branch of the Military or whatever exciting plans they have.
Seniors can submit their plans at:
Bridging to our Future
PTSA Senior Dues
The PTSA Senior Events committee at Cambridge High School has planned a memorable year for your student. The following activities will be funded by these $80 dues. Please submit your $80 payment as soon as possible so we can budget the funds accordingly. If you would like to make an extra monetary donation to cover those students with financial hardships, you are welcome to do so. No senior will be excluded from participation in monthly snacks and events due to the lack of ability to pay their dues.
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