PAW Prints - Graduation Banners
- Graduation Party Banner (NOT Weather-proof) Good for indoors.
- Professional high-quality photo only
- 4ft x 3ft Banner
Payments are made by cash or writing a check out to Cambridge Paw Prints and brought to June Yarrington's or Coach Gray's room.
(2445 or 2447)
Important Student Center Deadlines
Library and Surface Device Fines
All library books must be returned to the Student Center and all library fines paid by Friday, May 10, 2019.
All Surfaces must be returned to the Student Center and all Surfaces fines paid by Friday, May 17, 2019.
Study hall classes will be brought to the Student Center on Friday, May 17, to return their devices. Seniors or students without study hall are responsible to return their device on their own. We will accept books and Surfaces anytime! Beat the rush and return early!
Fines and replacement fees can be paid in the Student Center by cash or check written to Cambridge High School. You can also select either Library Fines or Surface Device Fines to pay online through OSP, if you know the amount of your fee. Seniors will not receive their diploma if they have outstanding books, textbooks, Surfaces or fines for any of those things!
Students can sign in to the Cambridge Online Catalog under Quick Links on bearsmediacenter.com using their student ID and password where they can see their library, textbooks, and Surface fines & checkouts.
Please contact Laura Morgan at MorganL1@fultonschools.orgor 470.254.7888 with questions.
Dual Enrollment Credit
If you completed a dual enrollment class and would like to receive credit at your college/university next year, you must request your dual enrollment institution provide an official transcript to your future college/university. These requests must be made directly through your dual enrollment college/university provider.
BPI Photos of Honors Night
View and order pictures from Honors Night from BPI:
May is Mental Health Awareness Month
Fulton County Schools Declares a Stigma Free Zone
Why Care? Because 1 in 5 people will be affected by mental illness in their lifetime. Mental health is essential to everyone's overall health and well-being and mental illnesses are common and treatable. So much of what we do physically impacts us mentally - it's important to pay attention to both your physical health and your mental health, which can help you achieve overall wellness and set you on a path to recovery. Take the time to show you care about your mental health and the mental health of others.
Please find additional resources here.
Please help us capture your experience by taking this 10-minute survey. Your responses will be reported anonymously. Thank you for your time and commitment to Fulton County Schools.
Fulton County Schools are committed to supporting our people and culture as an important pillar of our Strategic Plan 2022. At the end of each school year, we ask our families and staff to share their input to understand how we are doing. Your feedback will also help us to identify possible next steps we should take to meet our goals.
Online yearbook sales have officially CLOSED. Yearbooks can now only be purchased on May 15th starting at 7:30 am at the auditorium concession stand. Please come early. We will sell on a first come, first served basis (not based on grade level) and there are only 115 books left to sell. We WILL sell out.
Yearbook distribution schedule:
May 13th - Books will be distributed to SENIORS only during all lunches
May 14th - Books will be distributed to all grades during all lunches
May 15th - Books will be sold first come, first serve until we sell out starting at 7:30 am. The cost will be $100 CASH ONLY
Volunteers Needed for Graduation
Thursday, May 23 at 1:15 pm
Adults are needed to work along-side our student volunteers during graduation on Thursday, May 23. We are looking for 10 - 12 volunteers to help collect tickets at the two gates at Ameris Bank Amphitheater. Volunteers will need to be on site by 1:15 pm, gates open at 1:30 pm.
If you are interested, please contact PTSA Co-Presidents Malini Doyle at firstname.lastname@example.org or Cindy King at email@example.com. Please include your contact information and t-shirt size.
Georgia Tech's Distance Math Program
Prospective Student Meeting
Tuesday, April 30, 6:30 PM
This meeting will be broadcast from Georgia Tech. Parents and students will have the opportunity to watch the live stream from home at http://dlpe-calc.gatech.edu/
Students and parents will have the opportunity to see and feel the format used daily for the classes.
The meeting includes presentations about the admission process by the office of undergraduate admission and overview of the distance math classes by the professors.
FCS Partners with Purposity
Connecting students in need
In Fulton County we are always looking to join forces with other partners and organizations who will help us make a bigger impact in the lives of the community we serve. With this vision in mind, we are excited to introduce our newest partner, Purposity, an Atlanta-based organization that will connect Fulton students in need with people in the community that can help. This is done through a mobile app designed to make it easy for neighbors to help neighbors.
By signing up, generous donors are sent a weekly notification with a specific need for a specific student. It might be a winter jacket for a middle schooler or household essentials for a high school family that lost its home in a fire. Users decide if they want to help and in just a few clicks on their phone, the need is met. They know exactly who they are helping and why. It's the simplest way to make an impact locally.
The app is available in the App Store, on Google Play, or by going to www.purposity.com.
2019 - 2020 Course Registration Continues
Third-Round Course Verification Forms - Now Due!
To assist students and parents/guardians with course registration, visit our web site for resources, timelines, and the complete registration process.
Visit www.cambridgehs.org, "About" and "Academics."
Timeline and important dates:
Third Course Verification Forms due
Deadline for final course changes.
Online Course Registration
Registration for online classes for the summer session and next fall is now open. Requests for online courses for the next school year must be noted on your student's course verification form by the course registration deadline, May 23, 2019. Registration for all courses (summer 2019 or fall 2019) must be made through either Fulton Virtual or Georgia Virtual. Course registration will be reviewed and approved by your student's counselor. Note, the FVS or GAVS course listed on your student's course verification form does not indicate they are registered or approved for the course. Registration must be made through FVS or GAVS, please links below.
For rising 9th grade student, the process for requesting an online course (Summer 2019 or Fall 2019) is the same. Registration requests for Summer 2019 will be reviewed and approved by the middle school staff. Requests for Fall 2019 will be reviewed and approved by Cambridge Counselors after the first day of school.
Cambridge official photographer
Cambridge High School PTSA
- Cindy King, firstname.lastname@example.org
- Malini Doyle, email@example.com
Cambridge Newsletter - Sign up
Cambridge Newsletter - Archived
Required by DDS for Learner's Permit and Driver's License.
- Exemption Form
Seniors - Class of 2019
All Seniors may apply for a parking spot. Remaining spots were distributed to Juniors based on a lottery.
- School a student is eligible to attend
- Available bus stops
15 years of age, and younger