Second Semester Applications

  • Personal Fitness Waivers will be accepted the last seven days of the semester, May 13-May 26, 2021.

    Personal Fitness Application  Opens at 3:00 pm on May 13, 2021

     

2020-2021 Cambridge High School Personal Fitness Exemption Application

  • Cambridge High School students who meet one of the following criteria have the option to exempt Personal Fitness, a physical education course required by the Georgia Department of Education (Personal Fitness (35.0510009)). Students will NOT receive credit (Carnegie units) for the course, but the transcript will reflect that the student exempted the course, thereby satisfying the State BOE requirement.

    GHSA option: Student-athletes who complete two verified sub-varsity (9th or JV) seasons or one Varsity season of a GHSA sport verified by Coach & Athletic Director
    OR
    Marching Band option-1 complete Marching Band season verified by the Band Director.

    Complete the information in the form below to apply for exemption- incorrect or incomplete information will result in the application being denied.

    *** You must apply for personal fitness exemption by the last school date of your junior year if you wish to use the exemption-otherwise Personal Fitness will be added to your senior year schedule ***

    *** Exemption Form Application Form should be completed by the end of Fall or Spring semester ***

    *** Once you have applied for and had your exemption confirmed, there is no need to apply again the next year ***

    *** If your sport is currently in-season, you should wait until the end of the following semester to apply ***

Personal Fitness Waiver FAQ

  • Who is eligible for the waiver? 

    Beginning with the 2015-2016 school year, all current Cambridge students who successfully complete one season of marching band, one season of a varsity GHSA-sanctioned sport (excluding One Act Play and Literary competitions) offered at CHS, or two seasons of a GHSA-sanctioned "sub-varsity" sport offered at CHS are eligible to utilize the Personal Fitness Waiver. All waiver requests should be completed by the end of a student’s junior year.

    Which sports are GHSA-sanctioned? 

    The following CHS sports programs are GHSA-sanctioned and qualify for the Personal Fitness Waiver:

    Baseball 
    Basketball 
    Cheerleading 
    Cross Country 
    Football 
    Golf 
    Gymnastics 
    Lacrosse 
    Soccer 
    Softball 
    Swimming & Diving 
    Tennis 
    Track & Field 
    Volleyball

    Where do students get a Personal Fitness Waiver form?

    All Personal Fitness Waiver forms are virtual only now and are available the last 7 school days of each semester.

    What is the process for obtaining the Personal Fitness waiver? 

    After successful completion of one season of marching band, one season of a varsity GHSA-sanctioned sport offered at CHS (list above), or two seasons of a "sub-varsity" GHSA-sanctioned sport (listed above) offered at CHS, the student will complete a personal fitness waiver application. The waiver application is virtual only now and is available the last 7 school days of each semester.

    Does the student receive actual credit or a grade when using the Personal Fitness waiver? 

    No. Students who waive Personal Fitness will have a Personal Fitness Exemption Code added to their transcripts designating the waiver. No grade or credit will be assigned.

    Can past participation in band or a sport count toward the waiver? 

    Participation in Marching Band and/or a GHSA sport while enrolled at Cambridge may count towards the waiver—students are highly encouraged to apply for the waiver at the end of the semester they are eligible in order to expedite the confirmation process.

    What about sports that are not GHSA-sanctioned or sanctioned sports that are not offered at CHS?

    Only GHSA sanctioned sports offered at Cambridge can be used for the waiver

    Are rising seniors eligible for the waiver?

    Personal Fitness waivers must be applied for by the end of a student’s Junior year in order to properly plan for classes that are offered for the next school year.

    Whom can I contact for questions about the waiver?

     For questions, please contact your child's school counselor and/or any of the following school staff: Curriculum Assistant Principal Christina Kim (Kimc@fultonschools.org),  Athletic Director Lesley Broadwell (BroadwellL@fultonschools.org).