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Cambridge FFA Takes Top Honors at National Convention
Congratulations to the Cambridge FFA as then return from the National FFA Conference with top honors. The National FFA Convention is the culmination of the 2017-2018 FFA year.
The Horse Evaluation team placed 2nd in the Nation, led by advisor Ms. Ashley White. Grace Johnson (class of 2018) was the 3rd high individual, and Catherine Shu placed 9th high individual.
||Horse Evaluation team:
Grace Johnson -
(Class of 2018))
Ag Communications team placed 3rd in the Nation; this is their third year to take top honors at Nationals. The Ag Communications team is led by advisor Sarah Nerswick.
|Ag Communications team:
The Cambridge FFA Chapter was also named
Model of Excellence Finalist for the second year in a row. Model of Excellence is the top honor given to an FFA Chapter.
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Lastly, the Cambridge FFA had its first
National Proficiency Finalist in the chapter's history.
Meaghan Bybee (Class of 2018) finish in the top four in the Nation for Equine Science Placement.
|National Finalist - Equine Science Placement:
Meaghan Bybee (Class of 2018)
District Honor Chorus
Cambridge High School had seven students participate in the District Honor Chorus this past weekend. Congratulations to:
Congratulations Junior Classical League
Cambridge Junior Classical League competed with students from 40 other schools at the statewide Fall Forum at North Gwinnett HS on October 13.
Cambridge awards include:
1st place - Banner
1st place - Makalyn Price, Language, level 2
1st place - Wyatt Thiel, 100-yard dash, novice
2nd place - Maddi King, Language, level 1
2nd place - Angie Hayes, Derivatives, level 2
3rd place - Alex King, Mythology, level 3
4th place - Kyndall Jenkins, Language, level 1
4th place - Alex King, Language, level 3
4th place - Porter Rosenberg, Derivatives, level 1
4th place - Alex King, Derivatives, level 3
5th place - Volleyball
5th place - Nina Roush, Language, level 1
5th place - Porter Rosenberg, History/Culture, level 1
Congratulations to all the PTSA Reflections contest participants! There will be a celebration for the Reflections participants on Thursday, November 2, during PAWS. The celebration will be held in the Student Center Design Lab.
The following students are Finalists and Honorable Mentions in the local contest. The Finalists' entries will be moving on to compete at the Council level along with 40 other schools. We wish these students good luck, and Congratulations again to our Artistic Bears!
Gabrielle Gibson - Finalist for Literature
Sidney Eigeman - Finalist for Literature
Anvitha Suram - Finalist for Visual Art and Honorable Mention for Literature
Rachel Lichtenwalner - Honorable Mention for Literature
Nadirah Ali - Finalist for Visual Art
Sreya Pandyaram - Finalist for Literature
Aarni Iyler - Finalist for Literature
Elise Pelletier - Finalist for Literature
Our student-led Bear Ambassadors help new students to our community connect with friends and provide a helping hand as these students continue to transition to Cambridge. At this event, the Bear Ambassadors host dinner at El Azteca before the Cambridge football game.
Student ID Policy
School Safety and Security Plan
Last week we distributed student IDs, card cases, and Cambridge lanyards to students during their Cambridge English classes. Students with college on-campus English classes will receive their IDs this week. As part of our safety and security plan, we are implementing a policy such that all students must wear an ID at all times. IDs should be worn around the neck and visible. By ensuring all staff, students, and visitors have some identification on them at all times; we can better ensure that the people in our building, should be in our building. We ask that all parents and guardians help us in this safety measure by ensuring that your student has his/her ID on them each day.
Students with no English class on campus should pick their IDs up from the front office. Students who did not have their picture taken this year (picture day, senior portrait, or make-up) will not have an ID on distribution day. These students may use last year's ID (if they have one) until they get a current ID. These students should stop by the front office to receive their lanyard. The front office will notify all students missing an ID about having their ID made.
Please note that if a student loses his/her ID, it will cost $5 to replace the ID and if a student loses their ID and lanyard, it will cost $10 to replace all items.
Spring Semester Dual Enrollment
Deadline - November 30
All students who wish to participate in spring dual enrollment classes
have applied to the college (if required - by college deadline)
submitted their signed Student Participation Agreement and Class Schedule to Ms. Wilson
no later than Friday, November 30, 2018.
Any forms received after this date will not be accepted. Please contact Mrs. Wilson, Dual Enrollment Liaison at
or your counselor with any questions.
Homework Help During GROWL
Next GROWL - November 7
We are so excited to add "Homework Help" sessions to our GROWL program on Wednesdays.
Does your 9th grader need help understanding their homework? Perhaps they need someone to read their essay and provide some feedback. Or maybe they are struggling with a concept and need someone to explain it to them again. We have a solution.
Cambridge National Honors Society students are volunteering their time to help 9th graders with their homework during study hall or intramural sports on GROWL days.
After attendance is taken in study hall or intramural sports, students may sign out of their class to report to room 1.116. Our National Honors Society students will be there to help with math, science, history, English, and Spanish.
This is a great opportunity for 9th graders to get help with their homework. When they are finished getting help, they return to their study hall or sports.
New PAWS Classes
Students Request Form: www.cambridgehs.org
Students, check out these new PAWS classes!
- Need help with one of your classes, we have PAWS for just about every academic class and many electives.
- Need help getting organized? Ms. Furr has a new class called "The Key to Organization," starting this Tuesday.
- Need writing support? Writing support is available Tuesday and Thursday, and Creative Writing is available on Thursday.
- Writing college essays or need some help? Dr. Karschnik has the PAWS for you on Thursdays.
- Interested in military movies? Mr. Bordas has a new class, "America at War," held on Tuesdays.
- Love horses? Ms. Cook is showing classic and new horse movies where the equine is the hero. The class is held on Thursdays.
- Love space? Watch episodes of Planet Earth, Cosmos, and other shows and discuss Planet Earth and More with Ms. Vaughn on Tuesday.
- Need to learn new techniques for relaxing? Try Relaxation Therapy on Thursday or join the Yoga class on Tuesday to reduce stress and boost your wellbeing.
Check out all the new PAWS classes on the PAWS Change Request Form at
Look for the big PAW on the right!
Cambridge Parent Connectors
New Parent Program
Cambridge High School is excited to announce a new program designed to support new parents/guardians joining the Cambridge community and our existing parents/guardians who may need some support navigating school-related issues.
A group of Cambridge parents called the Parent Connectors has been organized to provide third-party, neutral support to fellow parents who have questions or concerns about the school or the community. Please read the attached flyer for more information.
You can contact the Parent Connectors by sending an email to
or by completing the following Google Form -
Parent Connectors Questionnaire
If you have any questions about this program, please do not hesitate to contact Mr. Joel Peterson at
Cambridge Varsity Cheer needs you!
Region Championship November 3
Varsity Cheer Region Championship is this Saturday, November 3 at Johns Creek HS! Doors open at 8:30 am. We will compete at approximately 9:30 am (exact times are not shared).
Cambridge Varsity Cheer needs everyone! We will be scored on CROWD participation! Please come out and support our Cheer Bears!
Spring Semester TAG Career Internships
Interviews November 7
Juniors and Seniors who have completed the Hire Me TAG seminar and want to participate in a Spring semester TAG career internship, you must interview with the county coordinator on Wednesday, November 7, 2018
. Students should see Mrs. Flores, in 1101 before school this week, to sign-up for an interview time and to receive detailed instructions.
Mock SAT and ACT
November 10 and 11
pplerouth will be hosting free practice tests for the SAT and ACT on November 10 and 11, 2018.
Students can take an official, full-length proctored SAT or ACT - for Free!
Afterwards, students will receive a
detailed score report that highlights their strengths and areas for growth. Students will also receive
access to an exclusive online Strategy Session led by a top tutor.
Balfour on Campus
Balfour will be on campus
November 8, during all lunches
to take Class Ring, Letter Jacket, Graduation Announcements, and Graduation Package orders.
UGA Blog on Self-Reported Grades
College Visits to Cambridge
View the latest schedule of college visits and register here:
Girls Tennis Information Meeting
Wednesday, October 31
2018-2019 Girls Tennis Information Meeting will be held Wednesday, October 31 at 7:30 am in Coach Wheat
s room 1.123. If you cannot attend, please email Coach Wheat - wheatm@fultonschools with your name and contact information so we can get the packet to you or stop by her room to pick one up.
Looking forward to seeing you all Wednesday! GO BEARS!
Golf Team Meeting
Tuesday, October 30
There will be a meeting for parents of students interested in trying out for the Cambridge Boys Golf Team on Tuesday, October 30. The meeting will be held in the student center beginning at 6:00 p.m.
Girls Golf Player Interest Meeting
Tuesday, October 30
Girls interested in learning about Cambridge Golf are invited to meet the coaches and returning players and to hear about what is required and how it all works.
Tuesday, October 30
Room 2621 in World Language Hall
Class of 2019 Graduation
May 23, 2019, at 2:30 pm
We are excited to announce our graduation plan for the Class of 2019. This year, all North Fulton
County High Schools will be holding graduation ceremonies at Verizon Amphitheatre located in Alpharetta. Our ceremony will be held on
Thursday, May 23, 2019, at 2:30 pm
. We look forward to upholding our tradition of a beautiful and dignified graduation and are excited to take advantage of this spacious venue with ample seating for our Cambridge families.
Our graduation committee will continue to finalize the details of graduation and graduation activities, and additional information will be provided as we get closer to this important event.
Now open - you may order your senior's Graduation Package at www.GABalfour.com.
This package will be mandatory for our seniors participating in the graduation ceremony, at the cost of $100.00. The package includes the following, and separate items will not be available for purchase.
- Class of 2019 cap and gown
- Cambridge stole
- Diploma and diploma cover
- Venue fee
Payment for the package will be made to Balfour. Note that beginning March 1, 2019, the Graduation Package will increase to $125.00 to cover late fees. We look forward to a wonderful graduation for the Class of 2019.
Attention Senior Parents/Guardians
Do not miss the opportunity to honor the accomplishments of your graduate. Senior ad deadline is November 16, 2018. Senior ads must be purchased and built by November 16. Build your ad at
Yearbooks are now available for purchase! Visit
to purchase a 2018-2019 book. The cost is $80.00.
Junior Classical League is collecting socks for kids and teenagers in Fulton County's foster system. Donate new socks in the bin outside the Latin classroom (2621) throughout October.
Student Morning Announcements
Keeping students informed
To keep all student up to date and informed, Cambridge delivers Cambridge Headlines each morning to student Fulton County Schools issued email addresses. Announcements can also be accessed through
, look for Cambridge Headlines to the right.
Morning announce topics range from current student events, senior and graduation activities and deadlines, testing schedules, bell schedules, club activities, athletic opportunities, and so much more.
Students can access their FCS email from any device, open a web browser and go to portal.office.com. Log into Office 365 using:
Password: birthdate (mmddyyyy).
Dear Cambridge Community,
We would like to extend to you an invitation to play in our 4th Annual "Bears & Birdies Golf Classic". This great event will be held on Tuesday, November 7th at the beautiful Manor Golf & Country Club. This fundraising event is our single largest fundraiser and source of funds for Cambridge Baseball's Capital Improvements. With your contributions, generous donations, and participation, this fundraising event will help us build one of the finest Batting Facilities in the State of Georgia.
Our golf event has sold out every year and everyone has a great time. We will also have an abundance of Silent and Live Auction Items that you can bid on. This event is fun, but more importantly your participation will help fuel the future success of the Cambridge Baseball Program.
If you cannot play golf, but would like to participate by either donating items for the Silent and Live Auctions, sponsoring a hole, or attending the dinner, please email our Diamond Club:
. Thank you for your support!
Cambridge Baseball Diamond Club
Cambridge High School
Mission, Vision and Belief Statements
Cambridge High School...educating, challenging and inspiring
all students to reach their full potential and achieve college and career readiness.
Cambridge High School...providing the best educational experience
for each student within and beyond the classroom.
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.