Advanced International Certificate of Education
2 Million Exams Taken Annually
First in Lee County to offer the prestigious Cambridge Program.
Last year was our first four year class to graduate.
Now there is one school in each zone that offers AICE: Lehigh, Estero
and North Forth Myers.
LSHS has been the leader in this movement. Now, all Collier County
High Schools have Cambridge and Charlotte County have introduced
the program to several schools this year.
IS the Cambridge AICE Programme?
Cambridge AICE Curriculum consists of
courses divided into three subject groups.
Group A: Mathematics and Sciences
Group B: Languages
Group C: Arts and Humanities
Required: Global Perspectives
Students must pass 7 Cambridge Examinations.
At least one examination must come from each subject
Learn to be confident, responsible, reflective, innovative!
Earn up to 45 College Credit Hours
EARN FULL Bright Futures Scholarship
AICE Diploma +100 Hours Community Service
AICE Certificate + 100 Hours + 29/ACT or 1290 SAT
Add points to your GPA
An additional .08 is added upon the student’s GPA for each
Cambridge class taken.
CAMBRIDGE AICE STUDENT ADVANTAGES
At completion of freshmen year the average GPA at University of
Florida for students from the following Florida High School Programs
REGULAR HIGH SCHOOL CURRISULM
CAMBRIDGE AICE CLASSES RECOGNIZED
By over 400 COLLEGES & UNIVERSITIES
University of California, Berkeley
University of Chicago
University of Florida
University of Michigan
University of North Carolina
University of Pennsylvania
ALL Florida Colleges & Universities
ALL of our teachers have been
to CAMBRIDGE training.
Teachers complete online
introductory self study
Participate in “Best Practices
Workshops” led by
experienced US Teachers.
Complete online “Formative
Assessment” training courses.
Participate in weekly and
Study Tables/ Tutoring
Rigorous Classroom Studies and Interactions
Prepares students for challenges
ALLOWS participation in MANY
other activities on campus!!!
Starts FRESHMEN YEAR!!!
Cumulative Middle School GPA of 3.0 or higher
7th Grade FCAT Math 238 or higher
7th Grade FCAT Reading 231 or higher
Application complete and submitted by
FEBRUARY 14, 2014