International Skills Diploma Seal

  • The following Seniors earned the International Skills Diploma Seal.  This is a prestigious honor which requires a minimum of three years of high school world language study, international coursework, global extra-ISDS curricular activities, 20 hours of global service, and a capstone presentation.  Congratulations to the second group of Cambridge High School seniors to be awarded the seal.  In addition, Tess Abraham was chosen as the STAR International Skills Diploma Seal recipient and will be featured on the Ga Department of Education website.  Congratulations to the following students!

     

    Abraham, Tess

    Cho, Grace

    El Gazairly, Noor

    Figuereido, Mariana

    Hyland, Sierra

    Ibrahim, Suha

    Oreus, Jovanikha

    Terry, Emily

    Tobin, Caroline

    Wallace, Sarah

Seal of Bi-literacy

  • Congratulations to the following seniors who have earned the Seal of Biliteracy awarded by the Georgia Department of Education.  This prestigious seal is placed on the diploma of students who score a 4 or 5 on an Seal of Biliteracy AP world language exam (French, Spanish, or Latin) and maintain a minimum of 3.0 in their English classes throughout high school.  We are proud of the amazing achievements of these students! 

     

    Abraham, Tess

    Franco, Marcus

    Montes, Gabriel

    Armstrong, Nicholas

    Goncalves, Austin

    Naik, Karina

    Baglodi, Nishant

    Grottle, Abigail

    Perez, Citlalli

    Cashman, Megan

    Hays, Ashleigh

    Perez Gomez, Oscar

    Catanzaro, Isabelle

    Hyland, Sierra

    Perkins, Morgan

    Chimalakonda, Adithya

    Jani, Aarav

    Traylor, Raigan

    Coronado, Aldo

    Kang, Rachael

    van der Lende, Isabellea

    Dean, Caroline

    Lombres, Ashley

    Wallace, Sarah

    El Gazairly, Noor

    Losurdo, Isabella

    Yehudai, Gilad

    Figueiredo, Mariana

    Maloney, Allie

     

     

    Note:  students who take these AP exams their senior year are awarded this seal retroactively in September after graduation

Diploma Seal in the Arts

  • Congratulations to the following students receiving Diploma Seals in the Arts.

    Visual Arts:

    Amorine, Isabella

    Booker, Molly

    Camacho, Natasha

    El-Gazairly, Noor

    Flomberg, Grace

    Flomberg, Lauren

    Krueck, Julia

    Carrow, Cooper

     

    Drama:

    Balicas, Cielo

    Hennessy, Erin

    Robinson, Dana

    Wallace, Sarah

     

    Band:

    Caden Causby

    Ireland Giannini

    Grace Henegar

    Connor Kelly

    Jennifer Martin

    Adrien Mirchandani

    Kate Morgan

    Madison O’Carroll

    Rylee Ovrevik

    Ethan White

     

    Orchestra:

    Amanda Bock

    Archit Ballari

    Tanvi Bhavsar

    Vyuha Rao Gorrey

    Arjun Kotapalli

    Sumil Shah

    Jovanikha Oreus

    Emily Terry

     

    Chorus:

    Megan Cashman

    Belle Catanzaro

    Jade Dickey

    Varad Gurude

    Grace Harris

    Camille Lamkin

    Collins Losson 

    Madeline Luth

    Blaise Williams 

Career Technical Agricultural Education

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  • Information about Seals:

    Employability Career Seal

    Employability/Soft Skills Seal
    Awarded to high school graduates who:

    • Complete an Employability Skills/Soft Skills program approved by the local system and their business partners.

    ​Distinguished Employability/Soft Skills Seal
    Awarded to high school graduates who:

    • Complete the requirements above, AND 
    • Earn at least one unit in a state-approved Work-Based Learning program in the concentrated CTAE pathway area

     

    Pathway Career Seal

    Pathway Skills Seal
    Awarded to high school graduates who:

    • Complete a Career, Technical and Agricultural Education (CTAE) pathway in at least one of Georgia’s 17 Career Clusters
    • Via dual enrollment complete two Technical Certificates of Credit (TCC) in one pathway, earning a Technical College Diploma, or earning an associate degree (Senate bill 2 requirements)

     

    Leadership Career Seal

    Leadership Skills Seal
    Awarded to high school graduates who:

    • ​Complete one year of membership in a state-recognized Career and Technical Student Organization (CTSO) or complete two (2) years of JROTC (i.e. two (2) credits on a traditional schedule or four (4) credits on a 4x4 block schedule)
    • ​Prepare a portfolio to include as a minimum, a cover letter, resume, and three letters of recommendation

    AND ONE (1) OF THE FOLLOWING

    • Present to business and industry, civic organizations, legislators, and/or local, state, or national board of education members on behalf of local CTAE, CTSOs, or JROTC
    • Receive a regional, state, or national honor and/or recognition
    • Participate in at least 40 hours of documented community service, and/or community service campaigns (i.e. March of Dimes)
    • Earn a minimum score of 36 on the ASVAB

    Distinguished Leadership Skills Seal
    Awarded to high school graduates who:

    • Complete two years of membership in a state-recognized Career and Technical Student Organization (CTSO) or complete three (3) years of JROTC (i.e. three (3) credits on a traditional schedule or six (6) credits on a 4x4 block schedule)
    • Present to business and industry, civic organizations, legislators, and/or local, state, or national board of education members on behalf of local CTAE, CTSOs, or JROTC
    • Hold or previously held a leadership office at the local, regional, state or national level in a state-recognized CTSO during high school or a JROTC Command or Staff position within the unit
    • Participate in at least 80 hours of documented community service, and/or community service campaigns (i.e. March of Dimes)