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About Cambridge AICE

The Advanced International Certificate of Education (AICE) is an accelerated method of academic study offered solely through the University of Cambridge International Examinations (CIE), a division of the University of Cambridge. AICE provides a flexible, broad-based curriculum that is offered at schools and colleges in over 161 countries, and is recognized by the Florida State Department of Education as a rigorous curriculum.

For schools that offer AICE courses, eligible students may take specific AICE courses in isolation, or work to earn an AICE diploma. To earn an AICE diploma, students must earn seven credits of college-level examinations that are given at the end of AICE courses – beginning in the ninth grade. At least one examination must come from each of the three subject groups: Mathematics & Sciences, Languages, and Arts & Humanities, with an optional group four, Interdisciplinary & Skills Based Subjects, as well as the mandatory course, AS Global Perspectives and Research.

Students who complete the high school requirements of AICE will earn a specific type of diploma called an Advanced International Certificate of Education Diploma. The AICE Diploma is recognized by the state of Florida as a more rigorous diploma than a regular Florida high school diploma.

There is presently one high school Cambridge AICE site on the campus of Winter Haven High School.

For more information about our Cambridge Program at Winter Haven High School, visit www.winterhavenhs.com/cambridge/ or call the school at (863) 291-5330.

Application for Career Academies, IB/AICE, Magnet and Choice is Closed

The application for Career Academies, IB/AICE, Magnet and Choice is closed for the 2020-2021 school year. The application closed on December 13, 2019 at 5 p.m. Please check your Parent Portal account beginning January 31, 2020 for notifications regarding your application. If selected, you will have 10 days to accept your seat through Parent Portal.

District Expectations

Students are expected to adhere to all the academic, ethical, and behavioral requirements described in the Student Code of Conduct. Depending on the location of a student’s residency, students and families need to be aware of the additional time commitment involved in utilizing district transportation.

Florida State Statutes

f.s. 1007.29.534 (1)(c)

A student is eligible for a Florida Academic Scholars award if he or she meets the general eligibility requirements for the Florida Bright Futures Scholarship Program and: Has been awarded an International Baccalaureate Diploma from the International Baccalaureate Office or an Advanced International Certificate of Education Diploma from the University of Cambridge International Examinations Office.


f.s. 1007.29.535 (1)(b)

A student is eligible for a Florida Medallion Scholars award if he or she meets the general eligibility requirements for the Florida Bright Futures Scholarship Program and: Has completed the International Baccalaureate curriculum but failed to earn the International Baccalaureate Diploma or has completed the Advanced International Certificate of Education curriculum but failed to earn the Advanced International Certificate of Education Diploma, and has attained at least the score required under f.s. 1009.531(6)(b) on the combined verbal and quantitative parts of the Scholastic Aptitude Test, the Scholastic Assessment Test, or the recentered Scholastic Assessment Test of the College Entrance Examination, or an equivalent score on the ACT Assessment Program.