Cambridge Program

Cambridge at ERHS

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The Cambridge Advanced International Certificate of Education (AICE) Diploma is an international curriculum and examination system that emphasizes the value of broad and balanced study. Alongside in-depth understanding of a variety of subjects, students also need to master a broader range of skills critical for success in university study and employment. Cambridge International AS & A Level develops learners’ knowledge, understanding and skills in:

 

  • In-depth subject content
  • Independent thinking
  • Applying knowledge and understanding to new as well as familiar situations
  • Handling and evaluating different types of information source
  • Thinking logically and presenting ordered and coherent arguments
  • Making judgements, recommendations and decisions
  • Presenting reasoned explanations, understanding implications and communicating them logically and clearly

 

With the Cambridge Pathway, students build more than just a deep understanding of their subject. They also develop higher order thinking skills so that they can apply what they’ve learned. Cambridge students get to play an active role in the classroom. They will be asked to think critically, to learn how to construct an argument and evaluate evidence. They will learn to work independently, and to collaborate with one another to bring a project to a successful outcome (and if it’s not successful, they’ll also learn lessons from reflecting on why that might be). And they’ll be encouraged to develop an international outlook, and become confident, global citizens. 

Please go here to review more information on why you would choose the Cambridge program:  https://www.cambridgeinternational.org/why-choose-us/

 

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)

 

See the ERHS course progression for Cambridge students here.