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 Around Cambridge

  • Cambridge SkillsUSA was selected as a Model of Excellence by SkillsUSA Nationals. President Morgan Perkins represented the chapter at the National Convention.
  • Cambridge parents experience one of the 21st Century Learning Labs during Open House.
  • The Milton Community comes together to prepare our 9/11 Never Forget Memorial
  • Ms. Laura Morgan is a "Becky Yarbrough Crest of Honor" recipient for the 2018-2019 school year.
  • Ms. Carrie Bone is a "Becky Yarbrough Crest of Honor" recipient for 2018-2019 school year.
  • 2017-2018 Boys Soccer named Boys Team Academic Award winner by the United Soccer Coaches.
  • Cambridge French students tour France and study at the Lycée Vilgénis in Massy.
  • Cambridge FFA capture top National honors in Horse Evaluation, Ag Communications, Models of Excellence, and Equine Science Placement Proficiency.

 

 

 

The 100 Best Public High Schools in the U.S.

Cambridge named #42

Cambridge High School was named #42 on "The 100 Best Public High Schools in the U.S." according to TheBestSchools.org. The ranking includes factors such as the strength of curriculum, AP exam participation, SAT/ACT scores, and graduation rate, to name a few.

Read more...

 

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First Semester Final Exams

The Final Exam Exemption request window is now closed. Teachers will let students know the status (approved/denied) of their exam request on Wednesday, December 12, 2018. 

Exam Schedule:

Schedule for Monday, December 17 (full academic day)

1st  period1st period final exam8:20 - 10:25 am
2nd  period 10:35 - 11:20 am
3rd  period 11:25 - 12:10 pm
4th  period 12:15 - 1:00 pm
5th  period 1:05 - 1:50 pm
6th  period 1:55 - 2:40 pm
7th  period 2:45 - 3:30 pm

  

Tuesday,
December 18
Wednesday,
December 19
Thursday,
December 20
8:20 -
10:25 am
3rd period final exam4th period final exam 5th period final exam  

10:25 - 

10:40 am 

BreakBreakBreak

10:40 -
12:40 pm

 

2nd period final exam6th period final exam 

7th period final exam   

 


Note: The cafeteria will have lunch available for students after the last exam period on Wednesday, Thursday, and Friday. Buses will depart at 12:45 pm.

Late Check-in Guidelines - Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday:
The first exam periods on Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday (December 18-20) are also lunch periods. During lunch periods, students who have lunch will remain in the cafeteria and will use the time to study for final exams.

Your student may arrive late rather than attend during his/her lunch period. If your student is arriving late on one of the half-day final exam days, he/she must arrive by 10:35 am. Students arriving late will remain in the cafeteria until it is time to move to the 10:40 am exam. Students riding in carpool must enter through the cafeteria doors on the north side of the building (facing Kings Ridge). Student drivers must enter through the cafeteria doors. Do not drop your student off at the front doors as they will be directed to the cafeteria side entrance. Students cannot be in the academic halls during testing.

Missed Exams:
Students are expected to be present and on time on all testing days. If a student must miss a final exam due to illness, the parent/guardian must call the Attendance Office on the day of the absence in order for the student to take his/her exam on the make-up days. If the Attendance Office is not alerted, the absence will be considered unexcused.

All other missed exams must receive prior approval by the student's grade-level administrator. To obtain approval the parent/guardian should email the administrator by Friday, December 14. Please include the date(s) to be missed, the subject name(s), the teacher name(s), and the reason for the missed exam.

 Makeup exams will take place in the Student Center and will occur on:

  • Thursday, January 3, 8:30 am - 3:00 pm (exam must begin by 2:00 pm)
  • Friday, January 4, 8:30 am - 3:00 pm (exam must begin by 2:00 pm)

Checking Students Out:
Students will not be allowed to check out while exams are in progress. Classrooms cannot be disturbed, and students will not be allowed in the academic halls. For a student to check out prior to the end of the day, please have your student bring a note to the Attendance Office at the beginning of the school day. Due to the volume, the Attendance Office cannot accept emails or phone calls at check-out time.
 

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Families districted to attend Cambridge for the 2019-2020 school year are welcome to attend this informational meeting.

Thursday, January 17, 2019
6:00 pm
Cambridge Auditorium

 

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PSAT Scores and Next Steps

Congratulations! If you have a student in grades 9-11, they took the PSAT/NMSQT® at school on October 10, 2018. This test gives students a chance to take the next step to college. Here's what your teen can do to make the most out of their scores 

  • Log in to or create a College Board account online. PSAT/NMSQT scores will be released online on December 11, 2018.  Students should log in to their College Board account to see scores and test performance details. Schools will not have copies of student scores available until next semester. 
  • Get free, personalized SAT practice. The PSAT/NMSQT is great preparation for the SAT®. Your teen's score unlocks a free, personalized practice through Official SAT Practice on Khan Academy®. Students go to satpractice.org, create an account, and link their College Board and Khan Academy accounts for a plan based on their test results.
  • Review AP course recommendations. Student score reports identify AP courses that are the best match for them. AP can give your teen an edge in the admission process and earn them college credit while in high school, which saves time and money in college.
  • Explore Careers. When students log in to see their scores, they can connect with Roadmap to Careers. They answer questions to find out which careers interest them, what degrees they'll need, and what high school courses to take. They can watch video interviews with people in professions related to their interests.
  • Get started on BigFuture. Students can begin their College Search using BigFuture™.
  • Register for the SAT. Take the next step toward college by registering. 
  • Questions about how to use PSAT/NMSQT scores? Please contact the College Board at www.collegeboard.org or 1-888-477-7728 
  • For technical support or questions about accessing the report through College Board? Please contact the College Board directly at 1-866-630-9305.  Cambridge does not have access to students College Board accounts.

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College Admissions Blog from Georgia Tech

Attention parents

Below is a link to a College Admissions Blog from GA Tech.  The topic discusses maintaining a balanced perspective during the season of admissions decisions, and how to help prepare your son, or daughter, for various outcomes.

Georgia Tech Admission Blog

 

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Our School Governance Council (SGC) has applied for renewal of Cambridge High School's Request For Flexibility (RFF) for both the Personal Fitness Waiver and our Wednesday Planning Time (GROWL Wednesday).   

Both RFFs have been approved for public comment.  We encourage all stakeholders to review our two RFFs and provide feedback to the School Governance Council.  There are two ways to provide feedback.  The first is to email the SGC Parliamentarian Ms. Stephanie Butler at butlerS12@fultonschools.org.  You can also attend the SGC Meeting scheduled for Tuesday, December 11, 2018, at 4:00 pm to provide public comment about the RFFs. 

To review RFFs

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Students completing an EOC course first semester for Economics will take the EOC on Wednesday, December 12. The testing day is a GROWL day, so students will need to report to campus no later than 8:05 am.

Testing will take place on FCS issued devices. It is important that students perform a "restart" on their device beginning December 3, until December 12 to ensure your device has the latest testing software. If you do not have an FCS issued device, you will need to request one for testing at EOC Device Check-out. Request for a device must be completed by Friday, December 7, by 4:00 pm.

Testing will occur in the following locations:

Last Name:              Testing Location:

A-C                          2813

D-HEG                      2814

HEI-MO                     2811

MU-SI                       2812

SK-Z                         2809

Students with testing accommodations will report to the location indicated above where you will receive additional information regarding your testing location.

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Student ID Policy

School Safety and Security Plan

As part of our safety and security plan, we are implementing a policy such that all students must wear an ID at all times. IDs should be worn around the neck and visible. By requiring all staff, students, and visitors have some identification on them at all times; we can better ensure that the people in our building, should be in our building. We ask that all parents and guardians help us in this safety measure by ensuring that your student has his/her ID on them each day.

If your student has not received his/her ID, please have them see Ms. Leathers in the Front Office. Please note that if a student loses his/her ID, it will cost $5 to replace the ID and if a student loses their ID and lanyard, it will cost $10 to replace all items.
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College Admissions Blog from Georgia Tech

Attention parents

Below is a link to a College Admissions Blog from GA Tech.  The topic discusses maintaining a balanced perspective during the season of admissions decisions, and how to help prepare your son, or daughter, for various outcomes.

Georgia Tech Admission Blog


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FoodFinder 

From the Georgia Department of Education

Would you like to help your students get food outside of school if they don't have enough at home?

To ensure that students on free/reduced lunch continue to have food over the upcoming holiday breaks, please consider utilizing the FoodFinder platform, which was founded by a Georgia public-school student.

For more information and to visit the foodfiner.us site  


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Holiday Toy Drive

Sponsored by SkillsUSA

Cambridge CTSOs will be hosting a Holiday Toy Drive December 10, 2018 through the morning of the December 14.

Toys will be delivered on December 14 by leaders to North Fulton Community Charities. If you would like to donate to help a child have a special holiday season, there will be student volunteers located at the front and side carpool lanes in the morning and in the front carpool lane in the afternoon to collect toys or your student can drop them of in the counseling suite. For more information visit skillsbears.com.
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Europe is the Perfect Size!

 

 

No gift is better than student travel! The deadline to sign up for the Cambridge trip to Europe in 2019 in coming up.

Learn more: https://www.eftours.com/tour-website/2165136SY


 

 

Around Cambridge

Cambridge Student Earns Perfect ACT Score

Congratulations to Joseph Olenjiniczak

Eleventh-grade student Joseph Olenjiniczak earned the highest possible ACT composite score of 36. Only around two-tenths of one percent of students who take the ACT earn a top score.

Augusta University 

Ten Cambridge students receive acceptance letters

Congratulations to ten Cambridge Seniors receiving acceptance letters from Augusta University. Cambridge was selected to have the Augusta Jaguar deliver acceptance letters in person.

Receiving letters:
Isabella Bloomfield
Sheerin Faiza Mansoor
JoAnne Andrey
Katelyn Graham
Kirti Muthyala
Radha Patel
Alyssa Lombres
Negar Soltanian
Nikita Savant
Byron Lee 



 

Commended Student in the 2019 National Merit Scholarship Program

Congratulations to Angeline Fu! Angeline joins six previously announced Commended Students in the 2019 National Merit Scholarship Program.

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Cambridge Wrestling Resuming Dominance 

The Cambridge High School wrestlers have started the season strong, winning both the Cambridge Duals and the West Forsyth Duals to pull out to a 10-0 start. The Cambridge wrestlers have been led by undefeated wrestlers: Gavin Kane, Ben Werth, and Nick Barton. Every wrestler that has stepped on the mat has put up positive numbers for the Team. Coach St. James states, "We will continue to work hard to compete at a high standard that is expected of us by the coaching staff and school administration." 

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Danny DeSousa – Baseball - Emmanuel College
Mitch Fleming – Baseball - University of Montevallo
Michael Polk – Baseball - University of Georgia
Blake Renner – Baseball - Lincoln Memorial University
Jack Filan – Cross Country – Ole Miss
Ryan Demit – Golf – Trevecca Nazarene University
Jolie Blohm – Lacrosse – Liberty University
Ali Earwood – Lacrosse – Guilford College
Abby Edminstin – Lacrosse – Presbyterian College
Kim Hagerty – Lacrosse – Liberty University
Lexi Jack –Lacrosse – High Point University
Hannah Behner – Soccer – Young Harris College
Ethan Rose –Soccer – University of South Carolina
Julia Schukle-Soccer – Marshall University
Lauren Jonnsen –Swim – University of West Florida
Ann Spurka –Tennis – Monmouth University
Jessie Young –Tennis – University of Tennessee-Chattanooga

"Becky Yarbrough" Crest of Honor Recipients

Ms. Marian Macleod and Mr. Brad Coulter



Congratulations to our "Becky Yarbrough" Crest of Honor recipients: Ms. Marian Macleod, our hardworking and knowledgeable media Para Pro, and Mr. Brad Coulter, teacher, LEADS member, and State-winning Cross-Country Coach. Both of our winners cultivate the culture of care at Cambridge. 

 

  

​ ​Flyers

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Bear Necessities

New spirit wear 

New hoodies and sweatpants have arrived just in time for the colder weather. $28.00 for each. Car magnets are also available for $5.00. 

 

 

 

 

Important Information and Links

Bell Schedules​

  Cambridge Athletics

​​Cambridge Counseling

Cambridge High School PTSA

Cambridge HS PTSA

President
- Cindy King, c4mak4@yahoo.com

​Cambridge ​Student Center

Certificate of Enrollment Requests

Required by DDS for Learner's Permit and Driver's License.

​​Cups of Cambridge

​​Cambridge Curriculum

Home Access Center

Account Access Information

Student Access Center

Account Access Information

Fulton County Schools

Fulton County Schools - Resources

Fulton County Schools: Charter System 

Residence Verification

 Dual Enrollment

 

Newsletter - Sign up
Newsletter - Archived

New Student Enrollment Information

School Locator Guide and Bus Stop information:

- Want to know what schools an address is zoned for?
- Want to know what time the bus comes for a particular school and street?

Attendance Zone Maps

Personal Fitness Waiver FAQs

Personal Fitness Exemption Form (new)

 

BPI Photography

Cambridge official photographer

Class of 2018 Graduation Pictures

Cambridge: School Governance Council

Student Parking: 2018 - 2019

School Nutrition MyPaymentsPlus

Cafeteria Menu 

Seniors - Class of 2019

Student Code of Conduct
- English
- Spanish    

Student Record/Change of Address Form

Student Parking
All Seniors may apply for a parking spot. Remaining spots were distributed to Juniors based on a lottery.

Student Health Services

Transportation Services     

Volunteer Registration        

 

Work Permit Application

15 years of age, and younger

​​​Yearbook Orders

 

​ ​Thank you to our Business Partners

Corporate Sponsors​ ​

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​​Bronze Business Partner

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​CHS Friend Business Partner ​

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Cambridge Headlines

​Bell Schedules:


Week of December 10

- GROWL Wednesday

All Bell Schedules
 

Morning Announcements: 

Students should check their Office 365 email, studentid@fcstu.org, daily for important announcements.

Monday, December 10, 2018

Tuesday, December 11, 2018

Wednesday, December 12, 2018

Thursday, December 13, 2018

Last Week's Announcements

The Bridge - Video Announcements: 

Friday, November 16, 2018


Archived - Bridge episodes

Cambridge Newsletter
& School Messenger

December 10, 2018 - Newsletter

December 3, 2018 - Newsletter


Archived - Recent Newsletters and School Messengers


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Kimberly H. Premoli, Principal:
@PrincipalPremo1

All Things Cambridge:
@CambridgeHS1

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@CHSBearTalk 

 

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Cambridge Club
Activities and Information


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PAWS 

Second Semester PAWS elections are closed.

To make a change to your first semester PAWS class(s).

PAWS Change Request Form


Learn more about PAWS

Senior Early Release

Attention Seniors: if you had an online class 7th period first semester, and will be on campus 7th period during second semester, you must elect Early Release and submit a parent/guardian permission form. 

Please review the conditions for Senior Early Release on the permission form. Download a form here and return the form to the Front office.

 

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Next GROWL Day:

January 16, 2019

​Official Transcript Request

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For more information on the transcript request process, please visit www.cambridgehscounseling.com.


Contact Us

​Cambridge High School
2845 Bethany Bend
Milton, GA  30004

Front Office: (470) 254-2883
Fax: (470)254-2927

Counseling Department:
(470) 470-254-7893
Fax: (470)254-7895

Fax: (470) 254-2927

Quick Links

Cambridge Counseling
Cambridge Athletics
Fulton County Schools

 



School Administrators -
2018-2019

​Principal
Kimberly H. Premoli
​Assistant Principal
Shavanda L. Toomer
9th Grade
Curriculum
​Assistant Principal
Joel Peterson
11th Grade
​Assistant Principal
Jennifer Beard
12th Grade
​Assistant Principal
Darius Maize
10th Grade
​Administrative Assistant
Peter Vajda
​Administrative Assistant
Tonekia Phairr
​​Athletic Director
Lesley Broadwell

 

Cambridge Counseling

​Phone: (470) 254-7893 ​
Fax: (470) 254-7895
Cambridgecounseling.com
​A - DoSeana Ficklin
​Dr - Ju

Jennifer Evans

K - OOlivia Beck
P - TJulie Falk
Tu - ZAllyson Carvell
Jessica Whyte
​Grad. CoachChip Flemmer
Dual Enrollment
Liaison
Renee Wilson
​SecretaryDenise Theriault
​RecordsVickie Stokes
​Social WorkerBianca Sheridan

 

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​Co-Presidents:
Malini Doyle
malinidoyle@gmail.com
Cindy King
c4mak4@yahoo.com

​​PTSA Web page

 

Important Dates ​

​Fulton County School Calendar

Revised 8.26.18

School Governance Council Meetings
Meets the third Tuesday of each month


2018 - 2019 Calendar

First Semester

​Dec. 13 - Thurs​Cambridge Chorus Winter Concert
7:00 pm
Cambridge Theater
​Dec. 17 - 20​1st Semester - Final Exams
​Dec. 20 - Thurs.​Last Day of 1st Semester
​Dec. 21 - Jan. 2​Winter Holidays - School is closed
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2018 - 2019

Second Semester

​Jan. 3 - Thurs.​Teacher Work Day - No school for students
​Jan. 4 - Fri.​Fulton County Professional Development Day - No school for students
​Jan. 7 - Mon.​2nd Semester Begins
​Jan. 16 - Wed.​GROWL
​Jan. 17 - Thurs.​Rising 9th Grade Parent Meeting
6:00 pm, Auditorium
​Jan. 21 - Mon.​M.L.K. Jr. Holiday - School is closed
​Jan. 28 - Mon.Dual Enrollment
​​Jan. 30 - Wed.​​GROWL
​Jan. 31 - Thurs.Special Programs Night
​Feb. 8 - Fri.​Parent Roundtable
9:00 am, Room 2.428
Topic: TBD
​Feb. 13 - Wed.​GROWL
​* Feb. 15 - Fri.​* Holiday - School is closed
​Feb. 18 - Mon.​President's Day - School is closed
​Feb. 27 - Wed.​GROWL
​Mar. 6 - Wed.​7th Annual College Fair
​Mar. 8 - Fri.Regular school day
Change to FCS calendar
​Mar. 11 - Mon.​Fulton County Professional Development Day - No school for students.
​Mar. 12 - Tues.​Cambridge Professional Development Day - No school for students.
​Mar. 13 - Wed.​GROWL
​Mar. 15 - Fri.

​Parent Roundtable
9:00 am, Room 2.428
Topic: TBD

​Mar. 15 & 16
Mar. 21 & 22

​Cambridge Theatre:
Sweeney Todd: The Demon Barber of Fleet Street (musical)

7:00 pm, Cambridge Theatre

​Mar. 27 - Wed.​GROWL
​April 1 - 5​Spring Break - School is closed
​April 17 - Wed.​GROWL
​April 18 - Thurs.​Senior Parent Meeting
​April 22 - Mon.​Honors Night
​April  20 - Sat.​Prom (tentative)
​April 26 - Fri.​VIP Breakfast
​May 1 - Wed.​GROWL
​May 3 - Fri.​Parent Roundtable - tentative
9:00 am, Room 2.428
Topic: TBD
​May 2 , 3, & 4

​Cambridge Theatre
The Outsiders

7:00 pm, Cambridge Theatre

​May 6 - 17​AP Exams
​May 20 - 23​2nd Semester Final Exams
May 23 - Thurs.​Graduation
2:30 pm
Verizon Amphitheatre
​May 23 - Thurs.​Last Day of School

* Designated as inclement weather make-up day (if needed).​ ​

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