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Cambridge AICE Diploma Program

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June 2024 Series - Testing Schedule (Times TBD)
8021 11 English General Paper 1 hour 15 minutes 25-Apr-24 AM
9693 11 Marine Science 1 hour 45 minutes 26-Apr-24 PM
9694 11 Thinking Skills 1 hour 30 minutes 29-Apr-24 AM
8021 21 English General Paper 1 hour 45 minutes 1-May-24 AM
9693 21 Marine Science 1 hour 45 minutes 1-May-24 PM
9239 11 Global Perspectives & Research 1 hour 30 minutes 2-May-24 AM
9709 11 Mathematics (Pure Mathematics 1) 1 hour 50 minutes 2-May-24 PM
9093 11 English Language 2 hours 15 minutes 3-May-24 AM
9489 11 History 1 hour 15 minutes 3-May-24 PM
8022 31 Spanish Language 1 hour 30 minutes 6-May-24 PM
9093 21 English Language 2 hours 0 minutes 6-May-24 AM
9709 61 Mathematics (Probability & Statistics 2) 1 hour 15 minutes 7-May-24 PM
9694 21 Thinking Skills 1 hour 45 minutes 8-May-24 AM
9489 21 History 1 hour 45 minutes 10-May-24 PM
8022 11 Spanish Language (Listening - Multiple Choice) 1 hour 0 minutes 13-May-24 PM
9709 51 Mathematics (Probability & Statistics 1) 1 hour 15 minutes 13-May-24 PM
9489 31 History 1 hour 15 minutes 14-May-24 PM
9709 31 Mathematics (Pure Mathematics 3) 1 hour 50 minutes 15-May-24 PM
9489 41 History 1 hour 45 minutes 17-May-24 PM
9483 11 Music 2 hours 20-May-24 PM
8022 21 Spanish Language (Multiple Choice) 1 hour 30 minutes 22-May-24 PM
8386 11 Sport & Physical Education 1 hour 45 minutes 24-May-24 PM
 
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Prospective Students

Cambridge Advanced International Certificate of Education
(AICE)
Diploma Program

AICE is an international program with over 10,000 participating schools in over 160 countries. The rigorous pre-university curriculum is writing-based with a strong emphasis on critical thinking, interpretation and analysis. Candidates should be highly motivated students who excel academically and are well rounded in their extracurricular activities.

Program Benefits
  • Develop global awareness and critical thinking skills
  • Explore areas of strength and interest
  • Take college-level courses
  • Flexible schedules create well-rounded students
  • Rigor of courses prepare students for college success
  • Earn college credit in high school
  • Potential to graduate with Distinction
  • Increased scholarship opportunities
 
Eligibility

In order to be considered for the AICE Diploma Program, students must:
  • Earn a B or higher in all academic courses
  • Score in the 90th percentile or higher on State Assessments
  • Undergo a transcript review
  • Demonstrate excellent attendance and good conduct

 
Applications
Rising 9th, 10th, and 11th grade students may apply for the AICE Program.
 
AICE Diploma Requirements:
  • Students need 7 AICE points to fulfill the diploma requirements.
  • To earn these AICE points students must take and pass examinations for 6 courses across the four domains AND the capstone course, Global Perspectives by the end of their 11th grade year. (See below for more info.) 
  •  Domains:
      • Math / Science (Minimum 1 AICE point)
      • Humanities (Minimum 1 AICE point)
      • Languages (Minimum 1 AICE point)
        (Note: Spanish Language = Spanish 3/4, English Language = English 2)
      • Global Perspectives (11th/12th Grade Capstone Course)
      • Interdisciplinary (General Paper (Required 9th grade course)
      • Any 2 Cambridge Course Electives.
 
Cambridge Course Catalog:
 

Core

Languages

Global Perspectives AS

Spanish Language AS

 

Spanish Language AS – Heritage

Science/Math

Spanish Language A

Environmental Management AS

Spanish Language A - Heritage

Marine Science AS

English Language AS

Math AS

 

Math A

Humanities

Wellness AS

Music AS

Physical Education A

Art and Design AS

Physics AS

Drama AS

 

History AS

Interdisciplinary/Elective

History A

General Paper AS

 

Thinking Skills AS

 

 
 
*NOTE: Some courses may not make due to low enrollment/interest.