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 CHS Highlights

  • Bear Stadium
  • Cambridge HS - Home of the Bears
  • HOSA 2016
  • Emerging Leaders 2016
  • Fencing 2016
  • Skills USA 2016
  • Cambridge students have earned 336 certifications in Microsoft productivity programs.
  • Dr. Spurka is the NWLC Principal of the Year!
  • CHS FBLA volunteers at the March of Dimes Walk 2016

 

The Washing Post released rankings for the Most Challenging Schools in the Nation. Cambridge High School was ranked #3 in Georgia. To view the complete list, click here.

Schedule for 5/2-5/13

Please see the Monday – Friday bell schedule below. Due to AP Exams, we will not have morning announcements or ring bells.  

Monday - Friday

Period 1

8:20 – 9:20

Period 2

9:26 – 10:22

Period 3

10:28 – 11:24

No Study Hall

Period 4

 

11:30 – 12:26

No Study Hall

Period 5

12:31 – 1:27

No Study Hall

Period 6

1:32 – 2:28

Period 7

2:34 – 3:30

EOC and AP Testing Schedule
  
AP and EOC testing conflicts:
Please note, if your student is scheduled to take an AP exam at the same time as an EOC, the EOC will be rescheduled during the make up session. If a student has both an AP and EOC test on the same day, but at different (non-conflicting) times, the expectation is that the student will take both exams.
DateExamMorning SessionAfternoon Session
Friday, April 29American Lit - Writing8:20 - 10:20 am1:30 - 3:30 pm
Monday, May 2Physical Science *8:20 - 11:00 am1:00 - 3:30 pm
Tuesday, May 3Biology *8:20 - 11:00 am1:00 - 3:30 pm
Wednesday, May 4Algebra *8:20 - 11:20 am12:30 - 3:30 pm
Thursday, May 5Geometry *8:20 - 11:20 am12:30 - 3:30 pm
Friday, May 6Make-up Exams8:20 - 10:20 am1:30 - 3:30 pm
 
* AP exams take precedence over all state mandated testing. Make-up sessions will be scheduled on Friday, May 6, 2016.
** Students that have multiple exams on Wednesday, April 27 will take the second exam on Friday, May 6, 2016.

AP Exam schedule:
Date
Morning Session - Beginning at 8:00 amAfternoon Session - Beginning at 12:00 pm
Monday, May 2
AP Chemistry
 
AP Environmental Science
 
AP Psychology
Tuesday, May 3
AP Computer Science A

AP Spanish Language and Culture
AP Art History

AP Physics 1: Algebra-based
Wednesday, May 4
AP English Literature and Composition
AP Japanese Language and Culture
 
AP Physics 2: Algebra-based
 
Thursday, May 5
AP Calculus AB

AP Calculus BC
AP Chinese Language and Culture

AP Seminar
Friday, May 6
AP German Language and Culture
 
AP United States History 
AP European History
Monday, May 9
AP Biology

AP Music Theory
AP Physics C: Mechanics

AP Physics C: Electricity and Magnetism
Note: This exam is given at 2:00 pm.
Tuesday, May 10
AP United States Gov. and Politics
 

 
AP French Language and Culture

AP Spanish Literature and Culture
Wednesday, May 11
AP English Language and Composition
AP Italian Language and Culture

AP Macroeconomics
Thursday, May 12
AP Comparative Government and Politics

AP World History
AP Statistics
Friday, May 13AP Human Geography

AP Microeconomics
AP Latin

Senior Graduation Party Banners

Example grad poster - Caroline Stickel.jpg

Introducing Paw Prints 

Paw Prints is a school-based business founded by Career Tech students at Cambridge.  Paw Prints is offering a Grand Opening special on indoor Graduation Party Banners for $35 each. 

Click here to order your Party Banner! 

 

  

 

Cambridge students volunteer at Milton's Earth Day Festival.
  
Swim Across America
Appoints Cambridge Swimmers to Junior Board of Advisors
Swim Across America, a national non-profit dedicated to raising money for cancer research through nationwide swimming events, has selected Cambridge juniors Katie Durden, Jason Hink and Paula Morales Solorio to join other elite metro Atlanta swimmers for the inaugural Swim Across America Junior Advisory Board.
 
Twenty students from ten private and public high schools were nominated by their swim coaches and will represent their high schools as ambassadors of Swim Across America which has raised over $60 million dollars for Cancer Research. In Atlanta, the Aflac Cancer and Blood Disorders Center is the beneficiary, and the Atlanta Open Water Swim will be held at Lake Lanier Islands on September 17, 2016 
 
These three swimmers will dive into a 6-month term and spearhead team-building, awareness and fundraising within the Cambridge Community and surrounding areas all while working amongst Atlanta's current and former Olympians who help host the Swim. They have chosen the name Team Cambridge High School.
                   
 
  
National Spanish Examinations
Local students excel                   
Congratulations to several world language students from Cambridge High School who attained national recognition for excellent performance on the 2016 National Spanish Examinations.

Students from Cambridge High School earned a total of three gold, two silver and one bronze medal along with four honorable mentions.  "Attaining a medal or honorable mention for any student on the National Spanish Examinations is very prestigious," said Kevin Cessna-Buscemi, National Director of the Exams, "because the exams are the largest of their kind in the United States with over 160,000 students participating in 2016."
 
Students who participated in the 2016 National Spanish Examinations are:
Miranda Capomaccio
Cameron Chong
Emily Elsey
Kez Fitzgerald
Kiley Gaertner
Sara Linderman
Grant Mitchell
Elizabeth Phillips
Sunya Reddy
Madison Stevens
Caroline Tweedy

Students from Cambridge High School have a long history of high achievement on these exams and were taught by Spanish teachers, José Franco, Cecilia Redman, Sol Kennally, Kristin Crews, Catherine Rowland and Brian Jarrel.  

The National Spanish Examinations are administered each year in grades 6 through 12, and are sponsored by the American Association of Teachers of Spanish and Portuguese. 
AP Exams
Important Information and Schedule              
If your student is taking an AP Exam, please see the schedule, with locations of all exams below.
 
Testing Dates and Times:
  • Morning AP Exams will begin promptly at 8:00 a.m. Students must arrive to their testing locations by 7:30 am.
  • Afternoon AP Exams will begin promptly at 1:00 pm. Students must arrive to their testing locations by 12:30 p.m. Please note: the start time for afternoon AP Exams has changed from 12:00 pm to 1:00 pm.
  • Any student arriving late to an AP exam will not be allowed to enter the testing room once testing has begun. No Exceptions.
Students must arrange for transportation for all AP Exams. All morning exams will begin prior to the start of the regular school day. All afternoon exams will run past the regular school day.
 
Procedures for Students:
Prohibited items include (but are not limited to):
  • Electronics equipment (cell phone, smartphone, smartwatch, laptop, tablet computer, etc.),
  • Portable listening or recording devices (MP3 player, iPod, etc.),
  • Cameras or other photographic equipment,
  • Devices that can access the Internet, or any other electronic or communication devices.
  • Books, scratch paper.
Students may bring the following items:
  • Food or drink (placed at the front of the testing room),
  • No. 2 pencils (not mechanical), pens with blue or black ink,
  • A watch that does not beep or is connected to the internet,
  • Up to two approved calculators (Biology, Calculus, Chemistry, Physics, or Statistics only),
  • Ruler or straightedge (Physics only).
     
For more information on what you can bring to the exam and how to prepare your student for AP Exams, please see the click here
 
Any students with special testing will receive instructions about testing locations. For questions, please contact SamiahGarcia, Amy Price, orTonekia Phairr.

View the entire AP Exam schedule.                   
Georgia Milestone EOC
Schedule
Below is the remaining schedule for EOC testing.

Please note, due to the Internet outage that occurred Tuesday, April 26, students in American Literature periods 1st through 4th did not complete both part 1 and 2 of this exam. These students will complete this exam on Tuesday, May 10 from 8:20 am until 9:20 am. Students taking American Literature periods 5th through 7th will make up part 1 and part 2 on Monday, May 9, from 12:30 pm until 3:30 pm.
 
View current schedulehere. See daily Messengers from Cambridge High School for updates.
EOC and AP Exam Reminders
  
AP and EOC testing conflicts:
Please note, if your student is scheduled to take an AP exam at the same time as an EOC, the EOC will be rescheduled during the make up session. If a student has both an AP and EOC test on the same day, but at different (non-conflicting) times, the expectation is that the student will take both exams.

Check-out during EOC and AP Exams - attendance office:
Please note that over the next several weeks, students will engage in various testing. Students cannot be checked out while an exam is in session, as testing rooms cannot be interrupted. During this time, our standard attendance polices are in place during all testing days. If your student must be checked out during the day due to illness or an excused appointment, a signed note must be given to the attendance office that morning. Your student will be given a pass to leave at the appointed time, as long as an exam is not in session. Students checking out without a signed medical note, or doctor's note, will be considered unexcused. For reminders of the school's attendance polices click here.
Second Semester Final Exams
Dates and policies
Second Semester Final Exams will be held May 19 - 25, 2016 for 12th grade students and May 23 - 26, 2016 for 9th through 11th grade students. A complete schedule for final exams can be found here.

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, May 13, 2016. Please include the date(s) to be missed, the subject
name(s), the teacher name(s), and reason for the missed exam. 

12th Grade: Ms. Price - PriceAF@fultonschools.org
11th Grade: Ms. Premoli - Premoli@fultonschools.org
10th Grade: Mr. Maize - Maize@fultonschools.org
9th Grade: Mr. Bennett - Bennett@fultonschools.org 

Make Up Exams
Students may check in at the front office on the following days, between the listed times:

Friday, May 27 - 9:00 am until 1:00 pm
Tuesday, May 31 - 9:00 am until 12:00 pm
Wednesday, June 1 - 9:00 am until 12:00 pm

Late Arrivals - Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday
The first exam periods on Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday (May 24, 25, 26) 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. During final exams, Study Hall will not meet.

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 car pool must enter through the cafeteria doors on the north side of the building (facing Kings Ridge). Student drivers must enter through the rear, or cafeteria, doors and proceed directly to the cafeteria. 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.
 
Checking Students Out
Students will not be allowed to check out while exams are in progress or during exam periods. Classrooms cannot be disturbed, and students will not be allowed in the academic halls.

Second Semester Senior Exemption Requirements
Students, parents, faculty, and administration support a policy for exemption of final examinations. The Cambridge High School exemption policy is based on academic performance and behavior.

Academic Performance:
A senior will be allowed to exempt a final exam, not an end-of-course test or "EOC," in a non- Advanced Placement class in which his/her current average is 88 or higher. Should a student's average drop once the exemption is approved, the teacher will inform the student that he/she no longer qualifies for exemption.

All students in Advanced Placement courses who take the AP College Board Exam may exempt the final exam regardless of their current course average, but will be expected to complete all graded activities assigned through the end of the semester. Any student who elects not to take the AP College Board Exam must take a final exam, regardless of his/her current course average, that will count in the final course average. 

Behavior:
- No OSS (Out-of-School suspension)
- No more than two (2) Friday Night Schools
- No academic dishonesty violations

The following approvals and signatures are required for exemption:
-
Teacher for the course exam to be exempted
- Parent or guardian
- Administrator

In order to apply for an exam exemption the student is responsible for completing the senior exemption form, obtaining approval signatures, and returning the form by the deadline: Thursday, May 12, 4:00 pm. Under no circumstances will forms be accepted after the deadline. Exemption forms will be available to seniors on May 2, 2016, in the front office.
From the Media Center
Library Books Due May 2, 2016                   
Due to a construction project taking place in our media center this summer, we will need ALL library books returned by Monday, May 2nd. Also, SENIORS...if you have any materials out or money due to the media center, please pay that as soon as possible to avoid any delays at graduation time. Check the list on the media center door-if you see your name, come inside and see exactly what you need to do to clear your account before graduation! Questions? E-mail Ms. MacMillan at macmillant@fultonschools.org 
Yeti Basket Raffle
Drawing May 6, 2016 
The Cambridge FFA is raffling a Yeti Tundra 45 cooler basket. All proceeds will go to the Cambridge FFA to support student activities. For more information, click here
  
National Art Honors Society
Chalk Fest
The National Art Honors Society is hosting a Calk Fest competition on Friday, May 13, 2015 from 5:00 - 8:00 pm. Sign up in the lunch room this week to decorate a sidewalk square with a group of up to four students. The wining group will receive $150 cash! Entry fee for each group is $20 and you will get chalk to use the day of the event.
Cambridge Summer Camps
June 13 - June 17, 2016
 

Cambridge Summer Camps are open to current 5th through
9th grade students. For more 
information, visit bearcamps.wikispaces.com.
Cambridge Summer Camps include:
- COPS
- CSI: Milton
- Engineering: 3D Printing & Model Rockets
- Law & Order
- The Bear Leadership Challenge
- Robotics
- Web & Game Development
- Veterinary Science
                   
Not Returning to Cambridge Next Year?
Withdrawal process                 
The normal turnaround time for processing withdrawals is 48 hours, however at the end of the year we need as much notice as possible. It is not too soon to let us know you will be withdrawing at the end of this semester.  Please contact Nancy Sheridan in the Counseling Office as soon as possible if your student will not be returning next year so she can start the process. 
 
We will need to know the name of the school your child will be attending next year and your new address if you are moving.  All books will need to be returned to Ms. Sheridan in the Counseling Office once they are no longer needed to study for finals (the exception being any media center books would need to be returned to the Media Center). 
 
The authorized parent/guardian will also need to come into the guidance office to sign the withdrawal form prior to the last day of school.  Once all books have been returned, and the paperwork is completed, you or your student can pick up the withdrawal packet to take to the new school. The new school will send a records request to Cambridge once they are enrolled.  
Cambridge Counseling Update
For more information contact CambridgeGuidance.com
Graduation Caps and Gowns
If your senior still needs to order a cap and gown for graduation, please do so as soon as possible. Visit gabalfour.com to place your order. If you have further questions about your order, please contact Balfour at support@gabalfour.com.

The cost of a cap and gown is $65 with a $4.95 fee added to all orders at checkout. A"Late Order Fee" of $25 will be added at this time. A $12.00 "Ship-to-Home Fee" will be added after May 1, 2016.

Senior Requirements (Check out)
Part 2 - Involves requesting your final transcript. A final transcript request form is available in the Counseling Office, or here. The form is due back to the Counseling Office by May 2, 2016.

Required surveys:
1. Fulton County Survey:
Please visit https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/2016_SeniorExitSurvey to complete the survey.
2. State of Georgia Survey:
  • Go to www.gcic.peachnet.edu to complete the Georgia Bridge Bill Postsecondary Plan. If you need your userid/password, please contact your counselor.
  • Click on the first icon on the left side of the pages that says "Click Here to Enter Georgia Career Information System GCIS"
  • Sign in to your GCIS account using the user id as S+student number (eg. S1100222222) and password: fulton1.
  • Click My Portfolio. Under "What's My Next Step After High School" click on "My Next Step".
  • Answer the question about the plans after graduating from high school. Click Save to add your next step
Summer School Information
Summer School is an opportunity for high school students to accelerate or recover credits during the time between school years. Face-to-face and virtual offerings are available. Please visit www.cambridgeguidance.com/summerschool/ for details.
  
Senior Scholarship for Males Attending UGA in Fall 2016
Applications for the Balanced Man Scholarship is open to all incoming male freshmen attending the University of Georgia for the 2016 - 2017 school year. While the Sigma Phi Epsilon Fraternity sponsors the scholarship, winning the scholarship in no way obligates a student to join the fraternity. The top four candidates will each be awarded a $1,500 scholarship. Winners will be notified no later than June 13, 2016.

Return the application postmarked not later than May 27, 2016 to the address on the application. Applications are available in the Counseling Office.

Princeton Review Summer SAT and ACT Prep
Summer courses are ideal for rising seniors who need to test at the very beginning of the fall or for any students who want to complete their prep without having to worry about conflicts with other school commitments during the academic year.
Summer offerings will consist of one SAT course and one ACT course - click the links in the "Signing Up" section below or contact the counseling office for specific schedules and details. All Fulton County Schools students are eligible to register for $125 (a discount of almost 80% off of our normal $699 price), and will receive 18 hours of classroom instruction, three in-class proctored practice exams, access to online drills, and a booklet of 11 additional practice tests.

Signing Up
For full schedules and easy sign-up, click on the following links:
 
Alternatively, you can following these steps:  
  • Choose SAT or ACT from the "Test Prep" dropdown box at the top of the page (or click the appropriate purple box at the top of the page)
  • Click the green "Fundamentals" box, choose your class from the resulting list and click on the class link to see the full schedule and other details
  • Then click the green "Enroll" button, enter FCSATL in the Promo Code field, click "Apply" to see the discounted price, and Checkout!
 
For questions, please contact the Atlanta Princeton Review office at (404) 410-2588. (Students in the school-based Fulton County courses are also eligible for discounted one-on-one tutoring - contact Princeton Review at (404) 410-2588 for details.
 
Senior Events
 

 

 

 

   

For a list of upcoming senior and graduation events, click here.

 

Parents, please find a letter from Dr. Spurka regarding graduation here.

  
  
PTSA Sponsored Senior Activities
Thank you Cambridge PTSA for supporting our seniors!
Request for Senior Pictures for Cambridge Senior Slide Show
1. Each senior may submit two recent (not baby), appropriate photos (no drugs/alcohol depicted, appropriate clothing).
2. Individual and group photos are allowed, welcomed and preferred.
3. Photos may be submitted digitally via CD or emailed to seniors2016.cambridgehs@gmail.com. Parents or students may drop off CDs at the front office. Please make them to the attention of Shawnna Bostick.
4. In order to ensure your photos are included in the slide show, please follow these instructions:
- Deadline: Friday, May 8, 2016. Late submissions cannot be accepted due to the large nature of the project.
- File names: save as "Last Name First Name 1" and "Last name first name 2" of the person submitting the photo.
- Subject line: in the subject line please put senior's last name first name
Group photos: please include names of each senior in photo.
- File size: submit actual size or high quality photos.
- Appropriate photos only will be included in the slide show.
5. Failure to follow above instructions will result in your pictures being excluded from the slide show.
If you have questions, please contact the following PTSA representative:
Shawnna Bostick at slbbab@att.net.
  

Cambridge Post: Send a Well Wish to a Graduate
Parents, grandparents, aunts, uncles, cousins, teachers, neighbors, clergy and friends may send your senior student a special note of congratulations on his or her upcoming graduation. These cards, letters and notes will be collected for each student and placed in a Cambridge Post envelope for presentation at graduation practice.  
If you have questions, please contact the following PTSA representatives:
Noreen Wynne at Wynneclan5@gmail.com -  PTSA Cambridge Commemorative Chair
Shawnna Bostick at slbbab@att.net - PTSA VP Senior Events
  
Graduation Yard Signs
Order your graduation yard sign today. View a flyer here and order your personalized sign here. One-sided signs are $20, and double-sided signs are $30.

Remind 101 for Seniors
A Remind 101 has been set up for the senior class. Please encourage your students to register so they can receive reminders for upcoming events and activities. Parents are welcome to sign up as well. View Remind 101 Instructions here.
 
If you have questions about PTSA sponsored senior events and activities, please find a list of contacts.
  

Seniors 2017
Senior Pictures
BPI Photography is proud to announce that we will be photographing the Class of 2017 for Cambridge High School. There are two ways that you can get your Senior's portrait made. We will be at the school during the week of July 18 through July 20, 2016. You will receive an appointment card via mail approximately three weeks prior to the dates we are at your school. You may also go online and make an appointment at www.bpiseniors.net for our Cumming Studio. If you book and fulfill your appointment at our studio during the month of June, you will receive a 50% discount on the normally priced session fees. You may use the discount code BPI2017 at time of check out. We are open Monday through Friday, 8:30 am to 5:00 pm and Saturday 9:00 am to 1:00 pm, by appointment only.
 
Recap:
  • We will be at Cambridge High School during the week of July 18 through July 20, 2016
  • Portraits can be done at our studio or during the summer at the school
  • You will receive an appointment card three weeks prior to dates we will be at your school with your scheduled appointment time
  • If you are unable to attend the appointment at your school, please contact our office or you are welcome to come to our Cumming Studio by appointment only!
  • If you have any questions, please call us at 1-770-887-3080 or toll free at 866-363-6936
  • Free yearbook session is only offered during the summer dates at the school
  • All students are required to get a formal portrait taken for the Cambridge HS yearbook. Tuxes will be provided for the gentleman and drapes for the ladies by the studio.
  • Students paying the session fee will have the opportunity to view and select the image that goes in the yearbook once the proofs are active online or when you receive a hard copy of the proofs in the mail.
  • Yearbook portraits must be taken no later than September 1, 2016 to guarantee you will be included in the yearbook. Due to yearbook deadlines, if you wait until that date, you will not have the option of choosing your yearbook pose. Please come as early as possible if you would like the option to choose your image.  
Please note,  BPI is the Official Photography Company for Cambridge High School. To be in the 2016-2017 yearbook your Senior Portraits must be taken and provided by BPI Photography.  
 
Chip Bowen
BPI Photography
100 Amos Drive
Cumming, Ga 30040
770-887-3080
866-363-6936 Toll Free
PTSA Update
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Volunteer Appreciation Lunch
Cambridge PTSA would like to say "thank you" to all those who have volunteered this year. Please RSVP by May 9th if you would like to attend the Volunteer Appreciation Luncheon by emailing michelle.wilson@prodigy.net.

May 13, 2016
11:30 - 1:00 pm
El Azteca, by Cambridge
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Cambridge High School
2845 Bethany Bend
Milton, GA 30004
Phone: (470) 254-2883
Fax: (470) 254-2927
Contact us   
School Administrators
Principal
Dr. Edward Spurka​
Assistant Principal
Amy Price
12th Grade
Assistant Principal
LaToya Gray
9th Grade
Assistant Principal
Darius Maize
10th Grade
Assistant Principal
Kim Premoli
11th Grade
Administrative Assistant
Chris Bennett
 
Phone: (470)254-7893
 Fax: (470)254-7895​ ​
 A-DO  ​Kellen Kuglar 
​Dp-Ja  Bonnie Schechter ​
​Je-Mr​Gwen Danner
​Ms-Sta​Amey Rishel
​Ste-Z​Samiah Garcia
​Grad CoachChip Flemmer​
​Secretary​Denise Theriault
​Records​Nancy Sheridan
Social Worker​​Stephanie Schuette


Important Dates
May 2-20    Georgia Milestones EOCT
May 2-13         AP Exams
May 3-Tues.     Orchestra Concert
May 5-Th.         Chorus Concert
May 23-26. Final Exams
May 26-Th  Last Day of School/Grad.​
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Cambridge Professional Development Days for the 2016-17 School Year:

On these days, there is no school for Cambridge students.

  • September 2, 2016, Friday
  • November 7, 2016, Monday
  • February 21, 2017, Tuesday
  • March 24, 2017, Friday
  • October 19, 2016, Wednesday, students off in the afternoon after PSAT
 

 

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Michelle Wilson

michelle.wilson@prodigy.net

Co-President

Kacy Powers

kacypowers@att.net

 

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