Course Registration 2024-2025 - Next Action

  • If changes were not made to your course registration, or if there is an inaccuracy, students must return the Verification Form with the following by Friday, April 12:

    A. the inaccuracy highlighted

    B. an annotation of the necessary change

    C. parent and student signature

    If A, B, and C are not on the Verification Form, the changes will not be made. For more information, visit Academics > 2024-2025 Course Registration and Curriculum Guides.

AP and Pathways Night: February 5, 2024

  • Missed the AP and Pathways Night? You can view a replay of the Teams meeting below.

Changes to Virtual Courses for 2024-2025

  • Sent January 26, 2024

    It’s that time of the year when we start choosing courses for the next school year.  Today, I want to specifically address signing up for virtual courses as some procedures at Cambridge will be changing. In the fall of 2024, Cambridge will be mirroring the process already in place at both Alpharetta and Milton High Schools regarding virtual classes.  We will place virtual classes at the beginning or end of student schedules (first and/or last period(s) - depending on the number of virtual classes you are taking).  This allows for safe supervision of students coming on and off campus and alleviates the need for students to leave campus in the middle of the day.  To facilitate this change, students who wish to take a virtual class must commit to taking the class at home.  We will no longer be hosting a virtual lab on campus, and students will no longer be hosted in the media center for virtual classes. As students will no longer be on campus for virtual classes, it will be the responsibility of the student’s family to provide transportation to and/or from school.  Parking will not be given to students based on their virtual, dual enrollment, senior reduction, or work-based learning periods in their schedules.  Although we will block virtual classes at the beginning or end of the school day, we cannot guarantee whether a student receives virtual at a specific time in their schedule.  Families must plan accordingly for transportation in the event they choose one of these options for next year.  Seniors are the only students guaranteed parking on campus.  Students loitering on campus during a virtual period may face loss of the virtual class and/or disciplinary consequences.If a family can provide transportation and wishes to enroll in a virtual course, the student must do so during the general course registration period.  Attempting to register for an online course outside of the designated window will not be permitted.  The deadline for registration is April 12, 2024.Course registration forms will be given to students on February 6th.  Information on course registration is already available on our website.  A reminder that students may take 3 virtual classes in their schedule (should they be able to provide their own transportation).  There are many deadlines throughout the process, but I want to reiterate that the deadline for signing up for virtual classes is April 12, 2024.  We will not place a student in an online course after this deadline. Thank you for your understanding and flexibility as we gear up for the 2024 – 2025 school year.  The changes outlined above should help students, staff, and teachers navigate the school year more efficiently.  Be safe.  Be the BRIDGE.  GO BEARS!Sincerely,

    Ashley Agans, Proud Principal of Cambridge High School 

2024-2025 Course Registration Begins

  • Sent to Cambridge Families on January 19

    Attention Cambridge High School students and families!

    Let's get ready for the upcoming school year! Course registration for the 2024-2025 school year starts on January 24, 2024. On January 24, 2024, teachers will begin recommending courses for the 2024-2025 academic year. Have conversations with your teachers, including elective and pathway teachers, about the courses you want to take. To determine their recommendations, teachers will consider various factors, including grades, student skills, student agency, and collaborative skills.

    On February 6, students will receive their Course Selection Form with teacher recommendations. Review them carefully and, if needed, complete a waiver form to register for a different level of the same course.

    Students will choose electives from February 6 to February 16 for the upcoming year. Information on electives is available on the school's website in the content area curriculum guides and the Grade-Level Elective Documents. Dual enrollment, virtual, and senior reduction course selections, along with the required paperwork, must be submitted by February 16. Ensure all required paperwork is submitted with the form by the February 16 deadline.

    Counselors will be available to students for discussions in room 2428 during B2 and in the Cafeteria Coffee Shop during lunch. Please use this opportunity to ask questions about registration, course planning, Dual Enrollment, virtual courses, and senior reduction. This will be your best opportunity to have one-on-one conversations with your counselor.

    Between February 20 and March 1, counselors will process Course Selection Forms. Be advised that there is limited availability for meeting with counselors during this time. So, please address any questions and concerns by February 16.

    On March 5, students will receive a Verification Sheet listing their registered courses. Review it with your family and submit any changes by 4:00 pm on April 12. Using the provided Verification Sheet, highlight inaccuracies, annotate necessary changes, and have both a guardian and student sign the document. Don't miss this deadline, as it's your final opportunity to modify courses.

    Your active involvement ensures a successful academic year. Stay informed, ask questions, and plan ahead for the 2024-2025 school year! #CHS24-25Registration

     

     

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