Cambridge AICE Diploma

Cambridge AICE Diploma

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The Advanced International Certificate of Education (AICE) is an international award that students can earn via an advanced academic curriculum and assessment program written and administered by a non-profit department of the University of Cambridge in England. The Cambridge AICE Diploma is made up of Cambridge International AS and A Level subjects. Cambridge International A Level is typically a two-year course and counts as a double credit qualification towards the Diploma. Cambridge International AS Level is typically a one-year course and counts as a full (single) credit.  At this time, ERHS only offers AS level courses.

Candidates must achieve a minimum of seven credits (including the Global Perspectives* component) within three years (25 months from 1st exam) and include at least one subject examination from each of subject Groups A, B and C at either Cambridge International AS or A Level to be awarded the diploma.
     Group 1: Mathematics & Sciences
     Group 2: Languages
     Group 3: Arts & Humanities
     Group 4: Interdisciplinary and Skills and Based Subjects

*Global Perspectives is a cross-curricular qualification that helps learners develop independent study skills needed for university. It is available at Cambridge International AS Level Global Perspectives.


East River High School Currently offers:

AS Marine Science – Group 1

AS English Language – Group 2

AS European History –Group 3

AS U.S. History – Group 3

AS Digital Media & Design– Group 3

AS Global Perspectives - Required

AS General Paper – Group 4


Obtaining the Cambridge AICE Diploma allows for automatic qualification of Florida Bright Futures Academic Scholars Award as long as the student completes 100 hours of community service.  (NO test scores or GPA required).


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