Cambridge High School   
May 13, 2019

High School 
2845 Bethany Bend
Milton, GA  30004
Main: 470-254-2883
Fax: 470-254-2927   

Kimberly H. Premoli

Assistant Principal
Shavanda Toomer
9th Grade
Assistant Principal
Darius Maize
10th Grade
Assistant Principal
11th Grade
Joel M. Peterson 

Assistant Principal
Jennifer Beard
12th Grade 

Athletic Director 
Lesley Broadwell
Administrative Assistant
Peter Vajda

Administrative Assistant
Tonekia Phairr


Cindy King

Malini Doyle

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Attention Parents
Student information review - due Wednesday, May 15
Fulton County Schools is transitioning its student information system to Infinite Campus.  In order to facilitate a smooth transition to Infinite Campus, we need your assistance to update your student contact information. Your student should arrive home today with a Census Verification Report.  Please help us by reviewing this report and returning it to us as soon as possible, if you have changes. 

If you have corrections, please make the corrections that are needed directly on the sheet and return to your child's school by May 15, 2019.  If the information is correct, you do not need to return the sheet.  

Please click the link below to learn more about Infinite Campus.

AP Exams - Continue through May 17
AP Exam Information
Weekly Calendar: Week of May 13, 2019, Bell Schedule

View 2019 AP Exam Schedule

AP Exams continue through May 17, 2019.  Due to AP Exams, audible bells will not sound at the beginning and end of school, or during class changes the week of May 6 and May 13. Students should refer to the posted bell schedule posted under Cambridge Headlines, and above for the daily bell schedule.  
AP Exam reminders:
  • Testing dates, times, and locations can also be found in each AP classroom and will be posted on doors.
  • Students taking a morning AP Exam should report to their location by 7:30 am.
  • Students taking an afternoon AP Exam should report to their location by 11:45 am.
  • Due to exam start and projected end times, students will need to provide personal transportation.
  • Students who are taking two AP exams on the same day should bring a sack lunch with them.
  • Students in small groups or who have accommodations should refer to their notification for room location.
  • View the Calculator Policy for AP Exams at Student Testing.
  • Students should leave book bags, study guides, cell phones, smart and beeping watches at home. Consider bringing drawstring bags, a snack and water. Number two pencils, a blue or black pen, and a jacket/sweater should also be brought to the exam. A complete list of what students can (and cannot) bring to the exam can be found below.

Additional Information - see Student Testing 

  • What to bring and what not to bring to the Exam Room
  • AP Exam Review Sessions and Practice Tests


AP Conflicts
Please note that on May 16 and May 17, some AP Exams may conflict with 12th-grade Final Exams. If your student has a conflict, the AP Exam takes priority. The student should work with his/her teacher to schedule a time to make up the exam during the final exam window or contact Jennifer Beard (12th-grade administrator) at  to schedule a time to make up the final exam.

Final Exams
Final Exam Exemptions
  • Students who are approved for final exam exemption are notified by the teacher (for the exam they have requested to exempt): Monday, May 13, 2019.
Should you have concerns regarding Final Exam Exemptions, please contact your grade-level administrator. 

Final Exams
Seniors - May 16 - May 22, all other students - May 20 - 23

Schedule for Thursday, May 16 - Regular bell schedule
1st  period 

 8:20 - 9:18 am
2nd  period 

   9:23 - 10:20 am
3rd  period Lunch

  10:25 - 11:22 pm
4th  period Lunch 

  11:27 am - 12:24 pm
5th  period Lunch 5th period final exam - part 1
12th grade only 
12:29 pm - 1:26 pm
6th  period 

   1: 31 pm - 2:28 pm
7th  period
7th period final exam - part 1
12th grade only 
2:33 pm - 3:30 pm

Schedule for Friday, May 17 - Regular bell schedule
1st  period 

8:20 - 9:18 am
2nd  period 

  9:26 - 10:20 am
3rd  period Lunch / Study Hall   10:25 - 11:22 pm
4th  period Lunch / Study Hall   11:27 am - 12:24 pm
5th  period Lunch / Study Hall 5th period final exam - part 2
12th grade only 
12:29 pm - 1:26 pm
6th  period     1: 31 pm - 2:28 pm
7th  period  7th period final exam - part 2
12th grade only
  2:33 pm - 3:30 pm

Schedule for Monday, May 20 - Abbreviated bell schedule
1st  period 
1st period final exam
9th - 12th grade
8:20 - 10:25 am 
2nd  period 

  10:35 - 11:20 am         
3rd  period  Lunch

  11:25 - 12:10 pm 
4th  period Lunch 

  12:15 - 1:00 pm 
5th  period Lunch

  1:05 - 1:50 pm 
6th  period 

  1:55 - 2:40 pm
7th  period 

  2:45 - 3:30 pm
Schedule for:
Half day bell schedule 
May 21
May 22
May 23
 8:20 - 10:25 am
3rd period final exam  
9th - 12th grade 
4th period final exam
9th - 12th grade 
5th period final exam  
9th - 11th only
10:25 - 10:40 am

Break  Break Break
10:40 - 12:40 pm 2nd period final exam
9th - 12th grade 
6th period final exam
9th - 12th grade 
7th period final exam
9th - 11th only
Note: The cafeteria will have lunch available for students after the last exam period on Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday. Buses will depart at 12:45 pm.

Late Check-in Guidelines - Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday
The first exam periods on Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday (May 21 - 23) are also lunch periods. During lunch periods, students who have lunch will remain in the cafeteria and will use the time to study for final exams.
Your student may arrive late rather than attend during his/her lunch period. If your student is arriving late on one of the half-day final exam days, he/she must arrive by 10:35 am. Students arriving late will remain in the cafeteria until it is time to move to the 10:40 am exam. Students riding in carpool must enter through the cafeteria doors on the north side of the building (facing Kings Ridge). Student drivers must enter through the cafeteria doors. Do not drop your student off at the front doors as they will be directed to the cafeteria side entrance. Students cannot be in the academic halls during testing.

Missed Exams
Missed Senior Exams Due to AP Testing:
Seniors who missed a Final Exam due to a conflict with AP Exams can arrange with their teacher to make up the exam during the Final Exam window. If arrangements are not made, the student should contact the 12th Grade Administrator, Ms. Beard at  to arrange to make up the exam before or after school from Friday, May 17 until Tuesday, May 21.

Missed Exams Due to Illness:
Students are expected to be present and on time on all testing days. If a student must miss a final exam due to illness, the parent/guardian must call the Attendance Office on the day of the absence in order for the student to take his/her exam on the make-up days. If the Attendance Office is not alerted, the absence will be considered unexcused.

Pre-approved Absences:
All other missed exams must receive prior approval by the student's grade-level administrator. To obtain approval the parent/guardian should email the administrator by Monday, May 13. Please include the date(s) to be missed, the subject name(s), the teacher name(s), and reason for the missed exam.

Makeup exams will take place in the Student Center and will occur on: Friday, May 24, 2019 - 8:00 am - 3:00 pm for underclassmen. Seniors should contact

Checking Students Out
Students will not be allowed to check out while exams are in progress. Classrooms cannot be disturbed, and students will not be allowed in the academic halls. For a student to check out prior to the end of the day (during non-exam times), please have your student bring a note to the Attendance Office at the beginning of the school day. Due to the volume, the Attendance Office cannot accept emails or phone calls at check-out time.

May is Mental Health Awareness Month
Fulton County Schools Declares a Stigma Free Zone
Why Care?  Because 1 in 5 people will be affected by mental illness in their lifetime. Mental health is essential to everyone's overall health and well-being and mental illnesses are common and treatable.  So much of what we do physically impacts us mentally - it's important to pay attention to both your physical health and your mental health, which can help you achieve overall wellness and set you on a path to recovery. Take the time to show you care about your mental health and the mental health of others.

Fulton County Survey
Strategic Plan 2020
Fulton County Schools are committed to supporting our people and culture as an important pillar of our Strategic Plan 2022.  At the end of each school year, we ask our families and staff to share their input to understand how we are doing.  Your feedback will also help us to identify possible next steps we should take to meet our goals. 

Please help us capture your experience by taking this 10-minute survey .  Your responses will be reported anonymously.  

The survey will remain open until Friday, May 17, 2019.  We thank you in advance for your important feedback. 
2019 Yearbook
Online yearbook sales have officially CLOSED.  Yearbooks can now only be purchased on May 15th starting at 7:30 am at the auditorium concession stand.  Please come early.  We will sell on a first come, first served basis (not based on grade level) and there are only 115 books left to sell.  We WILL sell out.

Yearbook distribution schedule: 
May 13th - Books will be distributed to SENIORS only during all lunches 
May 14th - Books will be distributed to all grades during all lunches 
May 15th - Books will be sold first come, first serve until we sell out starting at 7:30 am. The cost will be $100 CASH ONLY. 
Seniors and Graduation Updates
Graduation information can be found on the Senior Page
Outstanding Senior Fines
Seniors will not receive their diploma at graduation if they have outstanding library books, textbooks, Surface devices or fines for any of those things. All seniors should have received a yellow notice from one of their teachers with a list of everything they have checked out from the school and any fines they have accrued. Fines and replacement fees can be paid in the Student Center by cash, check written to Cambridge High School, or credit card through
Online School Payments (OSP). Senior accounts need to be clear by Friday, May 17. Please contact Laura Morgan at  or 470.254.7888 with questions.

Class of 2019 Gradation
Our graduation ceremony for the Class of 2019 will be held Thursday, May 23, 2019, at 2:30 pm, at Ameris Bank Amphitheater. Doors will open at 1:30 pm. Tickets are required for entry. All seating is in the covered amphitheater, and lawn seating will be closed.

Graduates are to arrive at the venue at 1:15 pm with their cap and gowns.  Graduates will park at the venue in lot C (11450 Maxwell Road) and proceed to the Security Checkpoint. Staff and volunteers will be on hand to direct our graduates. 

Parents and guests should park in Lot A (1775 Founders Parkway) and enter the West Gate. Handicapped parking is available in parking Lot A. Should you need to drop off a family member, please do so at the East Gate (2200 Encore Parkway). Handicapped seating will be reserved by the venue until 2:00 pm and is first come first served. 

Immediately following the ceremony, graduates will recess to the East (Boys) and West (Girls) to pick up their diplomas. 
Graduation Ceremony Tickets
Tickets will be required to attend the ceremony at Ameris Bank Amphitheater. Each graduate will receive (12) twelve tickets and will be distributed following the mandatory graduation rehearsal on May 17. Each graduate will need to pick up and sign for their ticket allocation. Families requiring additional tickets should work within the community to obtain tickets other families may not be using. 

Addi tional information on all Senior Activities
See the Senior page @  
  • Mandatory graduation rehearsal - Friday, May 17, 2019, @ 4:00 pm
  • Parent sponsored Baccalaureate - Sunday, May 19, 2019, @ 4:00 pm
  • Senior Meeting, Dinner, and Slide Show - Wednesday, May 22, @ 4:30 pm
  • Senior Breakfast and Senior Picture - Thursday, May 23 @ 9:30 pm 
  • Senior activities, including Senior Walks dates and times. 

Scholarship  Opportunity
Students planning to attend Perimeter College
There is a scholarship opportunity for students who are planning to attend Perimeter College in the fall. The Coca-Cola First-Generation scholarship is a $2,500 award per year, renewable for two years, and the scholarship is for students who are the first in their immediate family (parents and siblings) to attend a college/university will be considered for this scholarship.

The application deadline for this scholarship is Friday, May 17, 2019, Click on the link below to see the application. Students should answer the questions in the document and send their responses to me at the email address listed.

Coco-Cola First Generation Scholarship
BPI Photos of Honors Night
Now available

Volunteers Needed for Graduation
Thursday, May 23 at 1:15 pm
Adults are needed to work along-side our student volunteers during graduation on Thursday, May 23. We are looking for 10 - 12 volunteers to help collect tickets at the two gates at Ameris Bank Amphitheater. Volunteers will need to be on site by 1:15 pm, gates open at 1:30 pm.

If you are interested, please contact PTSA Co-Presidents Malini Doyle at, or Cindy King at Please include your contact information and t-shirt size. 
Important Student Center Deadlines
Library and Surface Device Fines
All library books must be returned to the Student Center and all library fines paid by Friday, May 10, 2019. 

All Surfaces must be returned to the Student Center and all Surfaces fines paid by Friday, May 17, 2019. 

Study hall classes will be brought to the Student Center on Friday, May 17, to return their devices. Seniors or students without study hall are responsible to return their device on their own. We will accept books and Surfaces anytime! Beat the rush and return early!  

Fines and replacement fees can be paid in the Student Center by cash or check written to Cambridge High School. You can also select either Library Fines or Surface Device Fines to pay online through OSP , if you know the amount of your fee. Seniors will not receive their diploma if they have outstanding books, textbooks, Surfaces or fines for any of those things! 

Students can sign in to the Cambridge Online Catalog under Quick Links on using their student ID and password where they can see their library, textbooks, and Surface fines & checkouts.  

Please contact Laura Morgan at or 470.254.7888 with questions.

Attention all Cambridge Athletes!
The sports marketing program will be hosting an award show, the Cambridge ESPY's, to congratulate student athletes on their achievements. All athletes and coaches encouraged to attend! Our own Bear ESPY, will be handed out to the winners of each category. Categories include, Best Team, Play of the Year, Dynamic Duo and Best Blooper, among 20 other awards! The ceremony will be held in the auditorium on Monday, May 20, 2019. Doors will open at 6:00 P.M. Enjoy refreshments (Chick-Fil-A), red carpet interviews and photo opportunities with the Happy Camper photo booth.
FCS Partners with Purposity
Connecting students in need
In Fulton County we are always looking to join forces with other partners and organizations who will help us make a bigger impact in the lives of the community we serve. With this vision in mind, we are excited to introduce our newest partner, Purposity, an Atlanta-based organization that will connect Fulton students in need with people in the community that can help. This is done through a mobile app designed to make it easy for neighbors to help neighbors.

By signing up, generous donors are sent a weekly notification with a specific need for a specific student. It might be a winter jacket for a middle schooler or household essentials for a high school family that lost its home in a fire. Users decide if they want to help and in just a few clicks on their phone, the need is met. They know exactly who they are helping and why. It's the simplest way to make an impact locally. 

The app is available in the App Store, on Google Play, or by going to .



Cambridge High School


Mission, Vision and Belief Statements


Our Mission  

Cambridge High School...educating, challenging and inspiring

all students to reach their full potential and achieve college and career readiness.

Our Vision  

Cambridge High School...providing the best educational experience

for each student within and beyond the classroom.


Our Beliefs  

The Cambridge High School community believes that our students will achieve their full potential when we:

  • cultivate high expectations, mutual respect and encouragement,
  • embrace individualism and diversity,
  • provide a framework for student mentoring and support,
  • encourage extracurricular participation in academics, arts, athletics and service opportunities,
  • foster a collaborative community effort,
  • maintain a challenging, diverse and relevant curriculum,
  • integrate and optimize technology,
  • celebrate individual and school accomplishments and progress,
  • ensure that students feel safe and respected,
  • connect with people, programs and experiences within and beyond the classroom
Thank you for supporting your Cambridge PTSA. Your generous donations have made this communication tool possible.