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September 22, 2022

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SAT for Seniors -Deadline is today at 4:00 pm

Updated information regarding the SAT administration on October 27 at Cambridge High School is posted on the Senior Teams site and was sent directly to senior student school email addresses. The link can also be found under Seniors & Graduation. If you are a senior and interested in taking the SAT, please check the Senior Teams and your email for the link to sign-up. The sign-up will close this Thursday at 4:00 pm. This is for Seniors only, and tests are on a first-come, first-served basis - we are limited to 150 tests only.

If you have already completed the form for the SAT, you do NOT need to sign up again. This is only for students who have not signed up.

Spirit Week!

Friday is "GLOW OUT" - wear anything that glows!

The Pep Rally is Friday during B2; note we will be on an extended B2 bell schedule for this event. The Parade is also Friday. All clubs and groups are invited to participate (no sign-up required) - see more below and on the Homecoming page.

  • Parade line up at 4:00 pm
  • Judging at 4:15 pm
  • The Parade begins at 4:30 pm

Homecoming 2022 Court

2022 Freshman Court: Gabby Edwards, Brooke Bowman, Jett Fusco, and Cale Coleman

2022 Sophomore Court: Ansley Everett, Eliza Taylor, Ugo Nwakanma, and Connor Roberts

2022 Junior Court: Meher Sayal, Presley Gibbs, Preston Clemmer, and Jacob Fusco

2022 Senior Court: Addison Horne, Ava Ritter, Maddy Paris, Sam Smith, Ian Chaffin, Alex Jacobs, Hunter Bolton, and Grant Cassady

Our 2022 Homecoming Court will be presented, and our Homecoming King and Queen will be announced during halftime at Friday's Homecoming Football Game. Congratulations!

Court! Please see Ms. Sheara today during B2 in room 2.120 to do a run-through on the field.

Homecoming Game - Friday!

Our Homecoming Football game is against the Chattahoochee Cougars! It's a "GLOW OUT," and kick-off is at 7:30 pm. Get your tickets on GoFan for $8.00, or use your Student Athletic Pass. Parking is $5.00. At halftime, we will present your Homecoming Court for 2022!

Don't forget the game has a clear bag policy - see below!

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Student IDs

Students who had their picture taken during picture day should have received their student IDs Tuesday in B². Freshmen should also have received lanyards. All other students should have received lanyards last year. Students new to Cambridge this year should report to Bridge East for a lanyard.

Students will be required to wear their IDs during the school day.


The PSAT will be administered to all 9th to 11th-grade students on Tuesday, October 25, from 8:20 until 12:30 pm. At that time, all students will be dismissed.

A reminder to our 11th-grade students, National Merit Scholarships are determined by a student's 11-grade administration of the PSAT. We encourage all students to be in attendance.

Seniors will have an asynchronous student day on that date.

Cambridge Clubs and Student Organizations

Looking for a club or student organization to fit your interest? Check out all the opportunities to get involved here at Cambridge.

2022.2023 Cambridge Clubs and Student Organizations

Club Meeting

Interact Club meeting Thursday at 7:50 am in room 1.117.

Need Math Help?

Students who need math help are encouraged to seek assistance from their primary mathematics teacher - either by visiting during office hours or by scheduling an appointment at a time outside of office hours. Students also can seek assistance from another teacher of the same subject should the primary teacher not be available.

View a matrix of math teacher morning and afternoon help sessions

Swim and Dive

All athletes interested in trying out for the swimming and diving team must visit the athletic website to complete registration for the upcoming season, place uniform orders, and get information about physicals. Registration must be completed by October 1st for tryouts on October 12th. Please contact Coach Hall if you have any questions (
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Check out these opportunities:

U.S. Senate Youth Program - The United States Senate Youth Program sends two delegates from every state to spend a week in Washington, D.C., where they study our government firsthand. There is also a $10,000 college scholarship for each delegate. For more information and to apply.

The U.S. Presidential ​Scholars Program from the U.S. Department of Education was established in 1964 by the executive order of the President to recognize and honor some of our nation's most distinguished graduating high school seniors. For more information and to apply.

Coca-Cola Scholarship and Davidson College Scholarship information.

Senior Information


Order your yearbook today for $85!

2022-2023 Yearbook

Door Alarms

To increase security on our campus, the District has provided door alarms on exterior doors that should only be used in an emergency. When opened from the inside or exterior, an alarm will go off. Please be aware of these doors and do not use them unless it is an emergency.
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