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Cambridge AICE Diploma Program

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  • New! - Prospective students and parents - See the document entitled, "Cambridge Applicant Minimum Scores" to the the right to ensure that your student meets the testing requirements of being in the 80th percentile. This document provides a listing of minimum scores.
Prospective Students

Cambridge Advanced International Certificate of Education
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

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

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:



Global Perspectives AS

Spanish Language AS


Spanish Language AS – Heritage


Spanish Language A

Environmental Management AS

Spanish Language A - Heritage

Marine Science AS

English Language AS

Math AS


Math A


Wellness AS

Music AS

Physical Education A

Art and Design AS

Physics AS

Drama AS


History AS


History A

General Paper AS


Thinking Skills AS


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