For testing information for End of Course (EOC) testing, AP Exams, and Second Semester Final Exams, visit Student Testing.
Congratulations to our Honors Night recipients. Please find a link below to view and purchase photographs by BPI Photography.
Honors Night Photos
Cambridge High School Ranked 7th in Georgia by U.S. News & World Report
Cambridge High School is ranked 7th within Georgia. Students have the opportunity to take Advanced Placement® course work and exams. The AP® participation rate at Cambridge High School is 79 percent. Read more here...
2017 - 2018 Student and Class Council Application
Students interested in running for a leadership position on Student or Class Council, please find the application here.
3rd and Final Round - Course Verification Forms
Distributed Wednesday, April 19
Students received their third and final round Course Verification Form (CVF) on Wednesday, April 19. Students are to confirm their request for classes next year on their CVF, and ensure they have a total of six credits for the coming school year. Students will also have the opportunity to make final changes or additions to their course request. Once students and parents/guardians have confirmed their CVF, it should be signed and returned to the student's 2nd period teacher by Friday, April 28.
Please note that June 16, 2017 is the deadline to make course request changes. To make changes after April 28, please email Ms. Premoli at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Thursday, April 27 through Saturday, April 29
7:00 pm, Cambridge Theatre
Bearscape is Now Open
The Science Honors Society, SkillsUSA and Lowes Windward combined forces to create a beautiful new space in the courtyard. SkillsUSA received a grant from Lowes to improve the campus. SkillsUSA leader Allie Kench took the helm of the project last fall and quickly incorporated the Science Honors Society. The groups met with local Lowes president Kevin Schmitt to plan the construction and planting projects. Lowes staff taught students how to use power tools and equipment to build the nine movable containers and eight benches.
More recently Mr. Schmitt and Dr. Kerr, Science Department Chair, taught student how to properly plant new plants. The park-like environment has been a big hit with students. Future plans include adding more benches and containers on other parts of the campus.
Cambridge Counseling Update - 4.20.17
For more information contact Cambridge Guidance
View the latest updates from the Cambridge High School Guidance Department.
Cambridge Athletes Sign Letter of Intent
Congratulations to the following students who signed National Letters of Intent this week.
Paige Peterson (left) committed to University of West Georgia on a volleyball scholarship.
Austin Daniel (right) committed to Georgia Tech on a swimming scholarship.
The Best Summer Camps are at Cambridge
Camp CSI - Robotics - Vet Science
Open to current 5th-9th graders, our camps take boring summer days and turn them into awesome learning experiences.
Learn more at bearcamps.wikispaces.com.