PCPS Open Enrollment Information
Open enrollment for priority consideration for Cambridge AICE programs is now closed. Notification of acceptance for priority applicants were sent via email and Parent Portal alert on March 28, 2022.
If you did not apply during the priority window and wish to apply for an AICE program, paper applications will be available in April.
Contact the District Curriculum Specialist of Accelerated Programs at 863-534-0631 x794 regarding paper applications and possible district assessment opportunities.
High School Cambridge AICE Programs
There are presently two high school Cambridge AICE sites in Polk County. A student’s residential address within the school district determines which Cambridge AICE high school the student could be eligible to attend. See below for the proposed listing of schools for the 2022-23 school year.
Tenoroc High School
Students zoned for the following high schools are eligible to attend the Tenoroc High Cambridge AICE Program (tenoroc.polk-fl.net/cambridge/)
Attend the informational meeting with a parent at the Tenoroc High School Cafeteria (February 8th at 6pm)
- Auburndale High
- George Jenkins High
- Kathleen High
- Lake Gibson High
- Lakeland High
- Mulberry High
- Tenoroc High
Winter Haven High School
Students zoned for the following high schools are eligible to attend the Winter Haven High Cambridge AICE Program (winterhavenhs.com/cambridge/):
- Bartow High
- Davenport High
- Fort Meade High
- Frostproof High
- Haines City High
- Lake Region High
- Ridge Community High
- Winter Haven High
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.