Cambridge AICE Diploma Program

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.

Please visit the the Cambridge Assessment International Education website to learn more about the AICE diploma program.


Program Benefits
  • Explore areas of strength
  • Take college-level courses
  • Flexible schedules create well-rounded students
  • Community involved rigor of courses prepare students for college success
  • Higher weighted GPA (6.0)
  • Earn college credit in high school
  • Life outside of academics
  • Potential to graduate with AA

Eligibility
In order to be considered for the AICE Diploma Program, students must:
  • Earn a B or higher in all academic courses
  • Earn a B or higher (with EOC included) in Algebra I Honors or Geometry Honors
  • Complete Spanish I prior to entering 9th grade
  • Undergo review of FSA or other norm-referenced test results
  • Demonstrate excellent attendance and good conduct

Applications
Rising 9th, 10th, and 11th grade students may apply for the AICE Program.


AICE Presentation for Prospective Students

AICE Course Progression

AICE Test Day Procedures for Candidates

College Recognition

Rising 9th, 10th, and 11th grade students for the 2022–23 school year may apply for the AICE Program. Interested students must complete and submit Cambridge AICE Cohort application linked below.

Cambridge AICE Cohort Application



AICE Administration

Principal: 
Kristin Bozeman
Assistant Principal: Joshua Scott
Counselor: Yasmin Cuevas

President: Emelia Kern
Vice President: Kiley Cox
Secretary: Alyssa Sa
Treasurer: Tate Winecoff
Historian: Ethan Drost and (open)
Events Chair: Katie Telfer and Andie Tice