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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
  • 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.




Special Student pricing: Cambridge students that show an ID can purchase a ticket for $7 for the Thursday, March 21 performance of Sweeney Todd, The Demon Barber of Fleet Street. Tickets can be purchased with cash Wednesday, March 20 before school and Thursday, March 21 before school or before the performance.


Attention all 9th and 10th Grade Students

All 9th and 10th grade students are required to complete the Bridge Bill Activity. These activities are due immediately. If you have questions, please contact Coach Flemmer at flemmerc@fultonschools.org.

9th Grade Students: Use your school-issued device and complete the two tasks in the document below—"DUAL ENROLLMENT" and SAVE THREE OCCUPATIONS."

9th Grade Bridge Activity

10th Grade Students: Use your school-issued device and complete the two tasks in the document below— "DUAL ENROLLMENT, INTEREST PROFILER-180 QUESTIONS, AND APTITUDE ASSESSMENT."

10th Grade Bridge Activity


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Saturday, March 23, 2019
Mercedes Benz Stadium
1 AMB Drive Northwest
Atlanta, GA 30313

8:00 - 11:00 pm

Venue parking and entrance


  • Cambridge Seniors - $60
  • Cambridge Juniors and all guests - $70
  • Free parking at the venue

Tickets will be available at:

http://osp.osmsinc.com/fultonga or the OPS logo below.

Students who do not attend Cambridge High School must complete a Guest Information Form.


2019 - 2020 Course Registration Continues

It is crucial that each student completes and returns this his/her second-round Course Verification Form. Completing and returning this form is your student's (and parent/guardian's) agreement to the courses listed on the form. If a student has less than 6.0 credits, electives may be selected for him/her. 

On the second- round, students who plan to take a course(s) through Dual Enrollment will list their course(s), college name, and desired semester. Students are responsible for applying to the college and completing all required steps by March 29, 2019; this is a firm deadline. Information regarding dual enrollment requirements and the process can be found at www.cambridgehscounseling.com.  

In addition, students who plan to take a course(s) online through either Fulton or Georgia Virtual can list the online course, the vendor they plan to use, and whether they will be taking the course on or off campus. Students are responsible for registering for all online courses. Information about virtual course offerings and registration can be found at:

On the second- round, students who plan to take a course(s) through Dual Enrollment will list their course(s), college name, and desired semester. Students are responsible for applying to the college and completing all required steps by March 29, 2019; this is a firm deadline. Information regarding dual enrollment requirements and the process can be found at www.cambridgehscounseling.com.  

In addition, students who plan to take a course(s) online through either Fulton or Georgia Virtual can list the online course, the vendor they plan to use, and whether they will be taking the course on or off campus. Students are responsible for registering for all online courses. Information about virtual course offerings and registration can be found at:

Fulton Virtual

Georgia Virtual

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:

March 25

Third Course Verification Form distributed to students

May 23

Deadline for final course changes. 


Online Course Registration

Now open

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. Your registration request will be reviewed and approved by the middle school staff. 

Fulton Virtual

Georgia Virtual



As practitioners, we are constantly reading and learning to stay abreast of trends and ensure that we are using best practices. Much of what we read is not education-centric and may be of interest to all. During our last Parent Roundtable, we discussed highlights of recent texts and how our practices both personal and professional have been influenced. 

Below are a few of my latest reads, as well as my team's current reads. Enjoy! 

Kimberly H. Premoli

Ms. Premoli's Reading List:

The End of Average - Todd Rose
The Power of a Positive Team - Jon Gordon
The Power of Positive Leadership - Jon Gordon
The Price of Privilege - Madeline Levine, Ph.D.
The Checklist Manifesto - Atul Gawande
The Naked Roommate: For Parents Only - Harlan Cohen
Daring Greatly - Brene Brown, Ph.D.

Read more titles from my team...


Wellness at Cambridge

Cambridge High School recognizes that good mental health and well-being is imperative to the successful growth of our students.  In an effort to share resources with our community, the Counseling Department has added a ‘Wellness’ tab to its new website.  This website includes links to ‘Find a Local Therapist’ along with suggested informational websites on resilience, substance abuse, and mental health.  

Two links recently added include the following:

  • Who are America's Adolescents? Get the latest facts and figures about adolescents and their health at state and national levels. Find information on changing demographics and how adolescents spend their time.

  • Adolescent Health: Think, Act, Grow® (TAG) is a national call to action for organizations and individuals to prioritize activities that improve the health of America's 42 million adolescents. You can make a difference by taking action - check out these resources to learn more about the recommended action steps and resources.

We invite you to view our new website and continue to check-in with your students at home on their well-being!



FCS Vaping Awareness and Prevention Campaign

Fulton County School System is raising awareness about the risks and dangers around student use of vapes/e-cigarettes. 2018 national survey data concluded that 11.7% of high school students and 3.3% of middle school students have used an e-cigarette in the past 30 days. Our school leaders have reported an uptick of students bringing and using vapes/e-cigarettes on school campuses which constitutes a violation of the Student Code of Conduct but more importantly, the use of these devices puts our students at risk for the known and unknown dangers of vaporized chemicals they emit.

Our schools will be educating parents, students, and communities using three approaches: Awareness/Prevention, Intervention, and Response. This week, we will focus on intervention for students. Each school has been provided access to vaping prevention lesson information from the CATCH (Coordinated Approach To Child Health) My Breath Program (https://catchinfo.org/modules/e-cigarettes) and will decide how best to share this information with students.

This program has three intended outcomes: 1) Understand that e-cigarettes are addictive, unhealthy and not as popular as believed; 2) Resist their own curiosity and peer pressure to experiment with e-cigarettes, and 3) Encourage friends and peers not to use e-cigarettes. For parents who have students who might be struggling with tobacco addiction, there are two intervention resources we encourage you to review:


Over the next couple of weeks, we will share additional communication that will contain information on our third approach: response. Thank you in advance for partnering with us to prevent, intervene and respond to this ever-growing safety concern facing our students. At Fulton County Schools, we believe students come first, and their safety is a top priority. Thank you for your support in this effort.


Understanding Teen Depression

Free Webinar

Thursday, March 21, 2019
7:00 - 8:15 pm

Register Now

We all care about the well being of our youth, so how can we make sure they get the treatment they need?

A new research study found that 49.4% of children (age 0-17) diagnosed with a mental health condition did not receive mental health treatment. This is where caring adults come in. Together, we can help save teen lives by educating ourselves on mental health conditions and intervening before issues get worse. Join our free Teen Depression Webinar to help teens get the support they deserve. 

This webinar will feature Rebekah Gibbons, LICSW, an experienced trauma-informed and certified therapist specializing in adolescent mental health. She provides consultation and training to schools and community members, specifically focusing on creating trauma-informed and wellness-focused experiences. 

Learn how to 

  • recognize signs of depression in teenagers
  • communicate effectively with your teen about your concerns
  • get teens the care they need.


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Attention Rising 11th and 12th-grade students. CLAWS applications are now being accepted for the 2019 - 2020 school year. Please download and read the application directions carefully, then complete the appropriate application. Applications are due March 22, 2019.

CLAWS Application Directions

CLAWS Application 2019-2020

CLAWS Mentor Returning Application



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To qualify for an FFA Alumni/ Booster Scholarship, you must be a Cambridge High School Senior, an active member of CHS FFA, a Pathway Completer, earned a Chapter Degree, and pursuing a college degree (any institute of higher education).

Applications must be turned in no later than March 27, 2019, to Ms. Nerswick or Ms. White.  No late applications will be accepted.  Please submit your application in a sealed envelope labeled "FFA Booster Scholarship Application." 

Scholarship application


2019 Cambridge Athletic Association Scholarships

The Cambridge Athletic Association ("CAA") is pleased to announce its 3rd Annual College Scholarship program for the Class of 2019.  This year the CAA will again offer two $1,000 scholarships  (one male and one female).  These scholarships are made possible by the generous contributions of CAA Members and Sponsors and are designed to recognize outstanding CHS senior student-athletes who have demonstrated exceptional achievement and character on the playing field, in the classroom and in the school and/or community.  The scholarship winners will be recognized at Honors Night on April 22, 2019.   

For more information. 


2019 Cambridge Yearbook

Order now

We have less than 300 yearbooks left to sell this year before we sell out. Get yours today to be sure you have a copy reserved.  Books can be purchased online at www.balfour.com until April 12, 2019.

Senior parents/guardians: If you purchased an ad, please double check that you also purchased a book.


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Make this summer unforgettable with this FREE 7-week summer program, where you'll learn how to use computer science to make a positive impact in your community while preparing for a career in tech! 

To Register


Around Cambridge


"Yes I Can" Awards
Congratulations to our three “Yes I Can” Award nominees: 

Hunter Smith 
Lauren LeTourneau 
Ben Carlson 

The “Yes I Can” Awards program honors and celebrates the achievements of children and youth with exceptionalities. This year’s award was presented to Lauren LeTourneau from Ms. Bowen’s class. The "Yes I Can" Awards are part of Cambridge's celebration of Exceptional Children's Week. 







Cambridge Winter Guard

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Congratulations to the Cambridge High School Winter Guard for winning the 2019 Winter Guard International Atlanta Regional Competition! 

The team swept both prelims & finals competitions on Saturday and Sunday this last weekend.  This is quite an accomplishment considering it was their FIRST EVER national region competition performance in our school's existence. 

If you want to learn more about Winter Guard or see our students perform, you can catch them in the exhibition at Alpharetta High School Tuesday, March 26 (time TBA).



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Important Information and Links

Bell Schedules

BPI Photography

Cambridge official photographer

Class of 2018 Graduation Pictures

​​Cambridge Athletics

Cambridge High School PTSA

Cambridge HS PTSA

- Cindy King, c4mak4@yahoo.com

- Malini Doyle, malinidoyle@gmail.com

Cambridge High School: Curriculum

Cambridge Newsletter - Sign up

Cambridge Newsletter - Archived

Cambridge Student Center

Certificate of Enrollment Requests

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

​​Cups of Cambridge

Dual Enrollment

Fulton County Schools

Fulton County Schools: Charter System 

Fulton County Schools - Student & Family Resources

Home Access Center

Student Access Center

New Student Enrollment Information

Find My School

Personal Fitness Waiver

- FAQs
- Exemption Form

Residence Verification 

School Governance Council

School Nutrition


Cafeteria breakfast/lunch menu

Seniors - Class of 2019

Student Code of Conduct  

Student Health Services

Student Parking

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

Student Record/Change of Address Form

Transportation Services   
WebQuery: Bus Stop information

- School a student is eligible to attend
- Available bus stops

Volunteer Registration      


Work Permit Application

15 years of age, and younger

Yearbook Orders


​ ​Thank you to our Business Partners

Corporate Sponsors

​​Click on each logo for more information about our sponsors.
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Platinum Business Partners

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Gold Business Partners

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Silver Business Partner

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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 March 18, 2019

All Bell Schedules 

Morning Announcements: 

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

Monday, March 18, 2019

Tuesday, March 19, 2019

Wednesday, March 20, 2019

Thursday, March 21, 2019

Last Week's Announcements

The Bridge - Video Announcements: 

Friday, March 8, 2019 

Archived - Bridge episodes

Cambridge Newsletter 

March 18, 2019

March 11, 2019

Cambridge Newsletter - Archived 

Cambridge Newsletter - Sign up


Senior and Graduation Activities


"Senior Page"


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PAWS Change Request

Students have the flexibility to change PAWS classes throughout the semester. Note that academic PAWS changes take priority.

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

Learn more about PAWS

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Next GROWL Day:

March 27, 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

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Kimberly H. Premoli, Principal:

All Things Cambridge:

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Fax: (470) 254-2927

Quick Links

Cambridge Counseling
Cambridge Athletics
Fulton County Schools


School Administrators -

Kimberly H. Premoli
​Assistant Principal
Shavanda L. Toomer
9th Grade
​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
​A - DoSeana Ficklin
​Dr - Ju

Jennifer Evans

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



Malini Doyle
Cindy King

​​PTSA Web page




Important Dates ​

Fulton County School Calendar


School Governance Council Meetings
Meets the third Tuesday of each month

2018 - 2019

Second Semester

​Mar. 15 & 16
Mar. 21 & 22

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

7:00 pm, Cambridge Theatre

​Mar. 23 - Sat.
Mercedes Benz Stadium
​Mar. 27 - Wed.​GROWL
​April 1 - 5​Spring Break - School is closed
​April 17 - Wed.​GROWL
​April 18 - Thurs.​Senior Parent Meeting
6:30 pm, auditorium
​April 22 - Mon.​Honors Night
6:30 pm, auditorium
​April 26 - Fri.​VIP Breakfast
​May 1 - Wed.
​May 2 - Thurs.

​Senior Picnic
1:30 pm
Practice Field

​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
See Student Testing
​May 17 - Fri.
​Graduation Rehearsal
4:00 pm
Ameris Bank Amphitheatre
(formally Verizon Amphitheatre)
​May 19 - Sun.

4:00 pm
Stonecreek Church
(Parent sponsored)
​May 20 - 23
​2nd Semester Final Exams
See Student Testing
​May 22 - Wed.​Senior Dinner
4:00 pm - 7:00 pm
Cambridge Cafeteria
See Seniors
May 23 - Thurs.​Graduation
2:30 pm
Ameris Bank Amphitheatre (formally Verizon Amphitheatre)
​May 23 - Thurs.​Last Day of School

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


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