Cambridge High School

September 13, 2023

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Thank you Boy Scout Troop 1459, for the beautiful and touching 9/11 Memorial.

MAP Testing Update

To complete the required MAP Assessments this week, students will report to their regular B2 teacher and classroom on Wednesday. We need all students who have not completed their required MAP test to do so on Wednesday. If all are complete, we will return to B2 Options on Thursday.

Student IDs

From the Message from Ms. Agans - sent September. 8, 2023

Starting (September 11, 2023), we will issue consequences for those who are not following the school rules and wearing their student ID on their lanyards while in the building.

  • Please know that this is a safety issue for the school. If your child should need medical assistance outside of their classroom, the student ID helps us get valuable medical information to render aid. If all students are wearing their IDs, we can immediately spot an intruder in the building. Finally, IDs will continue to be important as the SGC discusses possible off-campus privileges for our seniors.
  • Parents, please make sure your child is wearing their ID every morning. Please help us to keep the building and our students, staff, and teachers safe.
  • Administrators will begin random checks in the hallways and begin issuing detention for those who are not wearing their IDs (Rule 7aI in the Discipline Code – Failure to Follow Rules).
  • Students who have lost their ID are not immune to discipline and should go to the front office to request a replacement.

If your student lost their ID, a replacement can be order for a $10 replacement cost. View Student IDs.

B2 Options

New B2 Options (Monday - Thursday) include an opportunity to get help in a class, play basketball in the AUX gym, read in the Media Center, have a quiet study hall, practice in performing arts, or go to a club meeting… to name a few. See our Offerings for the next four weeks at the link below.

View your options and what you need to know about B2

Small Groups for B2

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 your student may benefit from these learning opportunities, please email Fran Meredith at Please include your student’s legal name and which group is of interest.

11th Grade Vaccine Verification - Due October 6

The District has moved the date they will review all Vaccine Verification forms for our school. If you have not already done so, please submit your 11th-grade student's Vaccine Verifications (Immunization form 3231), stating your student has received one meningococcal conjugate vaccine booster, as required by the Georgia Department of Human Resources, by Friday, October 6. We apologize for any inconvenience this may cause. If you have questions, please email

If we do not receive this form, your child will be at risk of withdrawal from Cambridge High School. You may get this vaccine through your pediatrician, family physician, local urgent care center, or the North Fulton Department of Health. In addition, many local pharmacies and grocery store pharmacies offer this vaccine. The required documentation (Immunization Form 3231) may be emailed to

For more information

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.

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PSAT Day - October 12, 2023

Cambridge will administer the PSAT 8/9 to all 9th and 10th-grade students and the PSAT/NMSQT to 11th-grade students on Thursday, October 12, 2023. 12th-grade students will not report to school on Thursday, October 12, and will participate in the asynchronous day. Seniors are encouraged to use this day for college visits, completing make-up work, or working on college applications. Please read the following information and the referenced materials for details regarding the PSAT 8/9 and PSAT/NMSQT.

The PSAT is completely digital this year. In order to take the test, students must have a Fulton County Schools-issued device. Students are not allowed to take the PSAT on a personal device. Please have your student check one out immediately if they need this device.

For more information, please visit PSAT.

Digital PSAT Prep Rally

Applerouth is kicking off the school year with their Digital PSAT Prep Rally - free online prep for the new Digital PSAT. Sessions will be offered from September 23 - October 7—secure your spot at

Student Tutoring

The Georgia Department of Education will launch a new tutoring program that is free to all public school students. The program is called GaTutor and will launch this fall.

Find more information on the program and the subjects that are covered here.

The Milton Library offers Math tutoring on the 2nd and 4th Monday of the month. Learn more about their program at Milton Library Math Tutoring.

Cambridge has also posted a list of private tutors as a service to our community. We do not endorse any particular tutor. This resource can be found at Tutoring Resources.

Family Tips on Cyberbulling

View the latest resource from Common Sense Education to help students fight cyberbullying and other mean online behavior.

Family Tips on Cyberbulling

Fulton County Schools Student Code of Conduct & Discipline Handbook

Fulton County School's Student Code of Conduct & Discipline Handbook is available online in PDF format. Once you have read the electronic version and have reviewed the contents with your student(s), please take a moment to complete the Acknowledgement of Receipt Form by using the link provided in Infininte Campus' Parent Portal.

All parents and students (over 10 years old) must sign this form found within your Infinite Campus Parent/Student Portal accounts.

To review new enhancements to this year's Code of Conduct and to download the PDF format, visit Student Discipline.

Cambridge Student & Parent Handbook

Parents/guardians and students are asked to view the 2023-2024 Cambridge Handbook. The handbook covers:

  • Communications protocols
  • Admin, counselor, and department chair information
  • Grades and graduation requirements
  • Carpool
  • Attendance and checking students out
  • Behavior and consequences
  • and much more...

Cambridge High School Student & Parent Handbook

Saturn App

From Fulton County Schools

The Saturn app is an application available as a mobile app on iOS devices. The purpose of the Saturn app (as described by the developers) is to provide high school students with a social utility that gives control over their schedules, activities, and connections. This app has gained recent attention in the press. The issue has been raised that almost anyone can create an account and use it to gain access and easily exploit the following items shared by students:

  • student names
  • account photos
  • class times and teachers
  • links to Instagram, TikTok, Snapchat, and Venmo accounts
  • the ability to send private messages

View the Saturn fact sheet about the app to help you make an informed decision about its use in your household.

Student Announcements: Cambridge Headlines

Students receive daily "Headlines" emails to their Fulton County Schools email account and posted to This daily email includes announcements regarding student life and information on upcoming events and opportunities. In addition, these announcements will contain important information regarding due dates and instructions.

Please encourage your students to check the daily "Headlines" email to ensure they know essential information regarding Cambridge High School.

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!


On the Go to College Fairs platform:

  • Visit institution booths and chat live with admissions representatives
  • Participating students have a chance to win a $50 Starbucks gift card through a TikTok contest. Details will be emailed to registered students.
  • This experience will be ADA and WCAG-compliant.

Virtual College Visits

Juniors and seniors are invited to attend virtual college visits to meet with college admissions representatives from a wide range of colleges and universities. Students sign up through Naviance in Classlink. For sessions during the school day, students can participate virtually in the Media Center.

For more information and an ongoing list of colleges participating, see Virtual College Visits.

On-Site College Visits

Juniors or Seniors who are interested in attending one of these on-site college visits, please register at the link below. During these sessions, students will meet university representatives to receive valuable information on the application and acceptance process, the cost of attendance, and more.

University of Georgia
Tuesday, September 19
B2 - 10:14 - 10:44 am
Main Gym
Register by September 15
To register for UGA

Georgia College & State University
Monday, September 25
11:45 am - 12:30 pm
Room 2.428
Register by September 21
To register for GCSU

Senior Information

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 - Clarification

For 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.

Senior Tasks - Note Deadlines

1. Senior Biography Sheet - Due September 15

All seniors applying to college are required to complete the "Senior Biography Sheet" to give to their recommenders (counselors and teachers). This information is helpful in writing a letter of recommendation or filling out a college form.

2. Unweighted Transcript Request Form - Due September 15

Seniors who want an unweighted transcript sent to a college must complete the "Transcript Request Choice Declaration for Unweighted Transcript" form and submit it to their counselor by the September 15 deadline. For information and to download the form, visit Transcript Request.

Note: Cambridge Counseling cannot comment or advise on different colleges' policies regarding weighted versus unweighted transcripts. Please contact each college with questions.

3. Optional Parent Response Form - Due September 15

Parents can choose to complete this form to help recommenders write letters and to fill out college forms. Completed forms can be submitted to the senior's counselor via email, or a hard copy can be left at the Bridge West Front Office. Download a copy of the Parent Response Form.

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.

Senior Ads are Due October 16

Golden Door Scholars

The Golden Door Scholarship provides significant college scholarships, career and fellowship support, mentorship, and community-building opportunities to high-achieving undocumented students.

  • Tuition, room, and board for up to four years at a partner college
  • Career Readiness support
  • Mentor and fellowship opportunities
  • Annual community building summit

Applications are considered on a rolling basis, so applying early is helpful. The deadline is Sunday, October 1, 2023, at 11:59 pm (Eastern). For more information on who this scholarship is for and program details, visit Golden Door Scholars.

Jefferson Scholars Foundation

The Jefferson Scholars Foundation is now accepting nominations for the Jefferson Scholarship.
Jefferson Scholarships provide the entire cost of attendance at the University of Virginia and many supplemental enrichment experiences. The total value of the scholarship exceeds $333,000 for non-Virginian students. We encourage you to learn more about the scholarship, the selection criteria, and the selection process by visiting Undergraduate Scholarships | Jefferson Scholars Foundation

Students who are exceptional leaders, scholars, and citizens in their senior class, and are interested in attending UVA, should ask a trusted teacher, coach, or counselor to nominate them for this unique opportunity. Students should see Ms. Evans in Bridge East for more information. The deadline to be nominated is November 17, 2023.

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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Senior Breakfast

The Cambridge Senior Breakfast will be held on 9/21, at 9:20am. Waffle House will be serving up waffles!! And we will be offering 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. If you require financial assistance, please reach out to your counselor— and your dues will be paid confidentially by a scholarship fund. Don’t miss out on this memorable breakfast! ​**We will also be handing out Senior Tshirts and a special coffee travel mug!

Senior Volunteers and Donations

Parents: Please give us a helping hand to make the Senior Breakfast a Hit! Volunteer your time to help set up, clean up or assist with student sign in! Contact or

OR if you can't make it this year --- Please click on the link below for details to sign up to donate donuts and iced coffee. We have already confirmed Waffle House waffles, yogurts, fruit salad and a Coffee/Hot Chocolate Bar. We really appreciate it!

Dual Enrollment Accomodations

Dual Enrollment students seeking accommodations at the college they are enrolling at must contact the Office of Student Services or the Office of Disability Services regarding accommodations. IEPs and 504’s do not transfer to college.

SAT Prep Class by Applerouth Tutoring

Applerouth Tutoring is offering face-to-face SAT Prep classes at Cambridge High School. The class includes 20 hours of group tutoring and three mock tests. The course runs from August 26 through November 1, 2023. Seats are limited!

To register, visit and enter the event code: SAT1BDD. The cost is $225. A limited number of scholarships are available only for students served under the free/reduced lunch program. View the class schedule

Homecoming Dance - 2023

Our HOCO Dance is September 30, 8:00 until 10:00 pm, in the Cambridge Stadium. Tickets are on sale in GoFan (beginning Aug. 31), for $25.

Business Concept Competition - Rider University

Students, do you have ideas for innovative new businesses? Share your business concepts with Rider for a chance to win a full-tuition scholarship or cash prizes! The Norm Brodsky Business Concept Competition accepts new ideas from rising high school seniors, juniors, and sophomores. The winner of the senior pitch competition will receive a full four-year tuition scholarship to Rider University.

The competition is sponsored by Norm Brodsky ’64. Norm is a long-time entrepreneur and the namesake of Rider’s Norm Brodsky College of Business. He founded eight successful businesses, including Citi Storage, the largest privately owned archive business in the country. Please register for our virtual information session on Tuesday, October 3, at 7:30 p.m. to learn more.

Competition Details

Climate Leaders Fellowship

Rustic Pathways is now accepting applications for the 5th cycle of the Climate Leaders Fellowship! This is a fantastic, free opportunity for students to make a real difference in their communities and reduce the impact of climate change. The Climate Leaders Fellowship is a leadership development program for students (age 14-18) interested in climate change and environmental sustainability and is provided by a collaboration between the Stanford University Deliberative Democracy Lab, the Rustic Pathways Foundation, and Rustic Pathways.

Dates: October 13 - December 11, 2023

Deadline to apply: September 22, 2023

To apply: Rustic Pathways

Congressional Youth Advisory Council Application

The Congressional Youth Advisory Council of U.S. Representative Rich McCormick offers juniors and seniors an excellent opportunity to learn about government, collaborate and discuss various topics with fellow high school students, and provide service to the 6th Congressional District.

For more information on the program and apply.

Applications are due September 25.

US Presidential Scholars Program

The 2024 U.S. Presidential Scholars Program (USPS) nomination window will open September 1 – November 1. High school seniors who meet all program qualifications, as outlined by the U.S. Presidential Scholars Program, may complete the nomination application. Program criteria, a student informational brochure, required school and parent/guardian verification forms, and the nomination application can be found at:

US Presidential Scholars Program

Student Informational Brochure

United States Youth Senate Program (Juniors and Seniors)

The 2024 U.S. Senate Youth Program application window closes on September 29, 2023, at 5:00 pm. High school juniors or seniors may apply provided they meet all program qualifications as outlined by the U.S. Senate Youth Program. The application, program criteria, and informational brochures are found at the U.S. Senate Youth Program.

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 is able and willing to 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.

Thank you for raising great young adults, and thank you for supporting great teachers!

Cambridge PTSA

PTSA membership is a tax-deductible donation! The membership fees and donations allow us to fund programs such as:

  • PTSA scholarships for Seniors and Senior events
  • Ice Cream Truck on the first day of school
  • Welcome back meal for our amazing teachers
  • Staff appreciation throughout the year
  • Random Acts of Cambridge Kindness week for the school
  • Teacher Mini-Grants that bring resources directly to your child’s classroom
  • Grounds beautification
  • Support our Special Education Program
  • Red Ribbon Week
And so much more!

Join Today!

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