Mid-Year Transcripts

  • Mid-Year Transcripts Available January 12

    Seniors who have applied to colleges that require a mid-year transcript with First Semester grades should request the transcript in Naviance. This includes colleges applied for through Common App or directly to the institution. Transcripts will be available on January 12, and requests will be sent after this date. For instructions for requesting mid-year transcripts through Naviance, visit www.cambridgehs.org > Students & Families > Counseling > College Application Process (Naviance).


  • FAFSA Application

    Seniors applying to college should complete the FAFSA (Free Application for Federal Student Aid) as soon as possible. Colleges need this information to determine eligibility for grants, loans, and work student programs.

    FAFSA Application and resources for completing FAFSA


    HOPE & Zell Miller Scholarships Applications

    The HOPE and Zell Scholarships are included in FAFSA; The Georgia Student Finance Commission suggests applying for these scholarships by completing the Georgia Student Financial Aid Application System. To access GSFAPPS, visit GAfutures HOPE & State Aid Programs site.

    Did you know? All males must register with the Selective Services to qualify for the HOPE or Zell Miller Scholarships or any Federal aid per Georgia law. Visit Selective Service System for more information and to register.

    To learn more about the HOPE & Zell Miller Scholarships and how to track you application: HOPE & Zell Miller Scholarships


    Students can access the Naviance Scholarship Date base by logging in through Classlink. The database can be accessed under the Colleges tab, Scholarship, and Money. Additional scholarship information can be found on our website - Scholarships.

    Selective Services Requirement

    All male students turning 18 this year enrolled in Dual Enrollment or applying for HOPE, or Zell scholarships and grants must meet Federal Selective Service registration requirements, per Georgia State law. The requirement to register applies to males who are citizens or eligible non-citizens. To register, visit the Selective Service System.

    Dual Enrollment Accommodations

    Students seeking accommodations for their Dual Enrollment class(es) must contact the Office of Student Services or the Office of Disability Services at their college. IEPs and 504s do not transfer to college and must be requested at that institution.