Mission: The mission of the Cambridge High School Counseling Department is to provide a comprehensive developmental counseling program which promotes a commitment to academic achievement, post-secondary exploration, and personal growth. 

The counseling program serves as an integral piece of the overall educational experience.  We encourage you to become familiar with the information on our site and the services that we offer.

  1. Home – important information and current announcements
  2. Counseling Staff – information on office staff and assignments
  3. College and Career Counseling – information to help students and parents make post- secondary plans
  4. Academic Counseling – information to help students and parents successfully navigate high school
  5. Prospective Students– enrollment information for new students
  6. Scholarships – up to date scholarship information
  7. College Visit Minutes – important information about specific college that visit Cambridge
  8. College Visits To Cambridge High School – register for college visits by clicking here
  9. FAQ’s – answers to commonly asked questions

The Counseling Department has grown to serve your needs. The counseling team consists of the school counselors, graduation coach, records coordinator, counseling secretary and the school social worker. We are all here to provide support and assistance.

*Counselors are assigned to students by student’s last names. 

 Counseling Office can be reached by calling (470) 254-7893 Fax (470) 254-7895

*A-Dn   Kellen Kuglar kuglarke@fultonschools.org

Phone 470-254-2509

*Do-Ja  Jennifer Sidelinger sidelinger@fultonschools.org

Phone 470-254-2512

*Je-Mr Gwen Danner danner@fultonschools.org

Phone 470-254-2511

*Ms-Sta Amey Rishel rishel@fultonschools.org

Phone 470-254-2513

*Ste-Z   Samiah Garcia garcias@fultonschools.org

Phone 470-254-2510

Graduation Coach Chip Flemmer flemmerc@fultonschools.org

Phone  470-254-2544

Counseling Secretary Denise Theriault theriault@fultonschools.org

Phone 470-254-2517

Records Coordinator Nancy Sheridan sheridann@fultonshools.org

Phone 470-254-2514

School Social Worker Stephanie Schuette Schuette@fultonschools.org

Phone 470-254-2515

Tuesday, August 30: Senior Parent Night: Guide to College Admissions, 6:30pm

CHS counselors, along with a representative from Georgia College, will help parents understand the multifaceted college application process.  Transcript request procedures will be discussed, along with college admission statistics from the Class of 2016 graduates.

Download a copy of the presentation: Senior advisement 2016

Monday, September 26: Keys to the Dawg House: UGA Admissions Parent Session, 6:30p.m. (Walk-in Registration available from 6:00p.m. – 6:30p.m.)View Poer“Keys to the Dawg House” is a UGA office of Admissions Event partnered with the UGA Alumni Association in various cities, counties, and regions to bring you “key” information on the process of admission for the University of Georgia.  Registration is now open. Please register by clicking on Register

Thursday, September 29: Freshmen and Sophomore Parent Night, 6:30 pm

Counseling Department will discuss graduation requirements, Pathway selection, HOPE Scholarship and post secondary planning. 

Monday, October 24: Junior Parent Night, 6:30 pm

Counseling Department in collaboration with College Transitions will discuss graduation requirements, Pathway selection, HOPE Scholarship and post secondary planning. College Transitions will present from 7:00pm-8:00pm. Their presentation will focus on college selectivity and the admissions process, while also highlighting work from their #1 New Release on Amazon, The Enlightened College Applicant. Parents are encouraged to RSVP for the presentation and may do so by sending an e-mail to michael@collegetransitions.com

Scholarship/Financial Aid Night, 6:30pm DATE TBA January 2017 

Financial aid experts from the Georgia Student Finance Commission will help parents navigate the FAFSA and HOPE Program regulations. 

MOWR Information Night: January/February 2017 TBA

Counseling Department along with Georgia State University and Gwinnett Tech, Alpharetta Campus will discuss the dual enrollment option for students. Information will also be shared about Ga Tech Distance Calculus classes offered at Cambridge High School.

 Wednesday, March 22: 5th Annual Cambridge College Fair 5 pm-7 pm

Join us between 5 pm and 7 pm for an opportunity to meet with college representatives from all over the country. List of colleges attending will be available closer to the date. 

Financial Aid Night was held on November 9th at Cambridge High School. Ms. Natasha Powell from Georgia Student Finance Commission presented on HOPE Scholarship, FAFSA and other important topics. The power point presentation can be accessed by clicking 2015-2016 Financial Aid 101 Presentation

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