Make-up Sessions: Student Device Distribution
Students who are absent on deployment day (and have a Device User Agreement on file) will recive their deivce during a make-up session. Device User Agreements recieved after the deadline - these students will also recieve their device during a make-up session. Students will be notified of their make-up session day and time.
If you would like to have your student recieve a Microsoft Surface and have not signed a Device User Agreement, click here.
Student Device Deployment: Monday, February 27, 2017
On Monday, all students will report for a two-hour advisement, after first period. During advisement, students with a signed Device User agreement (as of 8:15am 2.24.17) will receive their devices. Students will also receive their second round Course Verification Forms and Interim Progress Reports. Students absent on February 27, or who submitted a signed User Agreement after the 2.24.17 (8:15 am) deadline, will receive their devices during an assigned make up session. Please note that some advisement rooms have changed. Students should verify their advisement room below.
9th Grade Advisement
10th Grade Advisement
11th Grade Advisement
12th Grade advisement
* If you missed the parent meeting on 2.23.17, please find the handout here:
Parent Meeting Handout
|Monday - February 27, 2017|
|1st Period|| 8:20 am - 9:01 am|
| 9:06 am - 11:06 am|
|3rd Period||11:11 am - 11:50 am|
|4th Period||11:55 am - 12:34 pm|
|5th Period||12:39 pm - 1:18 pm|
|2nd Period|| 1:23 pm - 2:02 pm|
|6th Period|| 2:07 pm - 2:46 pm|
|7th Period|| 2:51 pm - 3:30 pm|
Second Round Course Verification Forms
Students will receive their second Course Verification Form during advisement on Monday, February 27, 2017. During this round, students will either make additional changes to their course selections, or verify the courses they have selected are correct. In addition, students will have the opportunity to declare their intent to attend Move on When Ready and online courses.
Forms are due back to students' second period teacher by Friday, March 3, 2017. The last day to make changes to course request is June 17, 2017.
To view information regarding the 2017 - 2018 school year registration process and timeline, visit www.cambridgehs.org, go to "About" and "Academics", or click here.
Resources include the 2017 - 2018 Cambridge Curriculum Guide, placement guidelines, and the process timeline.
EOC Test Out
For the 2016-2017 school year, the Georgia Department of Education is allowing students the option to "test out" of any course that has an associated EOC. (EOC courses include 9th Grade Literature, American Literature, Biology, Physical Science, Coordinate Algebra, Analytic Geometry, US History, and Economics.)
Testing out will allow high aptitude students an opportunity to be awarded course credit without taking the class if they score at the "exceeds" level on the assessment. While this is an opportunity for students to move past some high school courses without taking them, careful thought and consideration should be used to weigh the possibility of student success on both the test and future coursework/endeavors.
For students wishing to take advantage of this opportunity will need to complete EOC Testout application in addition to paying a fee of $50.00, no later than March 3rd, 2017 by 3:30 p.m. Please make all checks payable to Cambridge High School. If you have any questions, please contact Ms. Phairr at email@example.com.
EOC Test Out Application
EOC Test Out Letter
Cambridge Counseling Update - 2.24.17
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Class of 2018
Senior Class Portraits
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STAR Student and Teacher
Congratulations to Madison Landis for her academic excellence and being named STAR Student, and Mr. Bryan Wallace as STAR Teacher for Fulton County. Both were recognized at the Midtown Atlanta Rotary.
Cambridge Mock Trial
Congratulations to the Cambridge Mock Trial team as they finished in the top 16 in Georgia. Two Cambridge attorneys won three of the six attorney recognitions.
Srijita Nandy (left) won two Outstanding Attorney awards and Sunya Reddy (right) won one.