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September 18, 2023

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B2 Options: Week 2

This week's B2 Options are listed in the chart below.

For more information on B2 Options

CHS Counseling will be hosting two small groups during B2 this Fall. One group will focus on general coping skills, and one on assessment anxiety. If you are interested in one of these groups, please email Ms. Meredith at

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Student IDs

Students will be allowed "one" temporary ID, and it is good for 24 hours. After the one temporary ID is issued, students will need to purchase a replacement, and it will be reported to their administrator for a consequence.

Temporary IDs should be returned to the Bridge East front office. If you still cannot find your ID, please go to the Bridge East Front Office for a replacement.

  • Lost your ID - Follow these steps for a replacement:
  • Step 1: Request a replacement - cost is $10
    Step 2: Pay for the ID through OSP or pay cash at the Bridge East Front Office
    Students can pick up their replacement ID in the Bridge East Office.

Why Student IDs This Year?



Reminder! PTSA Senior Breakfast Thursday, September 21 at 9:20 am (2nd period). Waffle House will be serving up waffles, along with donuts, fruit salad, hot chocolate, and coffee. This special event is just for Seniors who have paid their PTSA Senior Celebrations dues by 9/21. See the flyer in the Senior section. Pay your PTSA Senior Celebration Fee

After the Breakfast, during B2, seniors will report to the stadium for a Class of 2024 picture on the field.

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Homecoming Court

Your Homecoming Court for 2023!

Freshman Class - Brekkyn Stucke, Elle Hughes, Ethan Herrington & Joe Biscotti

Sophomore Class: Anna Servine, Mariam Abdi, Kyle Wallace & Louie Madrid

Junior Class: Dylan Belton, Eliza Taylor, Connor Roberts & Ugo Nwakanma

Senior class: Anna Hardee, Ava Vipperman, Pariseh Ali, Riley Will, James Joel, John Michael Carter, Brandon Norfleet and Jacob Fusco

Vote for your HOCO 2023 King and Queen

For more information on tickets and guests

Missed the Bridge Friday?

The Bridge S12 EP4 (9/15)

Attendance Reminders

Fulton County is beginning to send texts to families when a student misses classes/days and meets certain FCS thresholds. As a reminder, here are the attendance expectations at CHS and the procedures for absences and checking out early: Attendance Guidelines.

Additional information on attendance is available in the student handbook available on our website: Student and Parent Handbook - 2023.2024 (page 40)

District attendance resources are also available online at: FCS Attendance Policy.

SGC Needs Your Feedback

The Cambridge High School Governance Council is collecting comments for 30 days (closes October 7) regarding a Closed-Campus Attendance Requirements Flexibility Option that provides upperclassmen the ability to leave campus during their lunch period or to leave campus during a designated time and return for class later in the date.

For more information on the exploration of this waiver and to provide feedback.

Virtual College Visits - New Colleges Added Each Week

Virtual college visits are now taking place for Juniors and Seniors! Feel free to sign up via Naviance to meet with a college admissions representative for any of the upcoming sessions. If the session you would like to attend is during the school day, please get permission from your teacher from that class period to attend. Go to the Media Center, and don't forget your device and earbuds!

Here is a list of all upcoming Virtual College Visits

For questions, contact Ms. Thimsen in Bridge West at

Go to College Fairs (Virtual)

Specialty Virtual Fairs offer a convenient way to explore post-secondary options. Encourage your students to join recruiters at one or all of these upcoming events:

Live fair hours are 12:00 p.m. - 2:00 p.m. and 6:30 p.m. - 9:30 p.m. (ET) on each date for the following fairs:

  • Professional Certificates Virtual College Fair - Thursday, September 21, 2023
  • Diversity, Equity, & Inclusion Virtual College Fair - Wednesday, October 4, 2023
  • Learning Differences Virtual College Fair - Thursday, October 12, 2023
  • First-Generation Virtual College Fair - Wednesday, October 25, 2023

To register for one of these events and to learn more, visit Fall 2023 Specialty Virtual Fairs.

Learn more here or Register now!

Senior Information

View all the senior and graduation information at Students & Families > Seniors and Graduation.

Senior Information - Transcript Clarification

Senior - Frequently Asked Questions

Our Counseling Department has compiled a list of frequently asked questions Seniors need to know about applying to college. Check them out at: Senior FAQ

Requesting Transcripts

Students applying to colleges through Common App, the student's counselor will upload their transcript into Common App. Students must add their counselor in the "Recommender Section" as - counselor and provide a correct email. Scriborder is not used for Common App.

Scriborder is used when requesting transcripts for colleges that are not part of Common App, or sending transcripts to NCAA. Students should see their counselor if they have questions or need assistance. View Transcript Requests for more information.

Yearbook Senior Portraits

Book your senior portrait session today with CADY. Seniors

Graduation Package

It is time to order your 2024 Graduation Package. The package includes the following:

  • Cambridge custom graduation gown
  • Stole with Cambridge crest insignia
  • Cap and 2024 Tassel
  • Diploma and diploma cover
  • Graduation ceremony venue

Order now and receive the package for $155.00. Prices will go up to accommodate rush orders in January. For more information and a link to 3rd Ascent.

Stay up to date with the latest senior and graduation information at > Students and Families > Seniors and Graduation.

Membership and Social Media for Seniors

Senior Celebrations

Sign up for Senior Celebrations. Sponsored by our PTSA, enjoy events and senior gifts throughout the year. Senior PTSA membership is $50.

Senior PTSA Membership

Parents of Seniors

Are you and/or your student following our Instagram and Facebook accounts? Follow along to keep up with PTSA-sponsored Senior Events! Facebook- Cambridge Class of 2024; Instagram- @cambridge2024seniors

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Be the B.R.I.D.G.E

We are always looking for ways to build culture at CHS, and this year, we want to more frequently recognize students and staff who epitomize Be the B.R.I.D.G.E. We would like to reward these students and staff for their continuous hard work through donated gift cards. So, we are asking if your family can pitch in a small gift card between 5-20 dollars; we could really make a few students’ and teachers’ day. Have your student bring gift cards of small denominations to the Bridge East Front Office.

Starbucks, Target, Amazon, Publix, Dunkin Donuts, and local restaurants are all surefire ways to make someone’s day but feel free to clean out that kitchen catch-all drawer.