• Welcome to the MCHS AICE Cambridge Homepage

    Annoucements:

    Current Students: 

    We are closely monitoring this ever-evolving situation. Cambridge has released the following information on testing. More information will be shared as we are notified. Stay safe!

    https://www.cambridgeinternational.org/news/news-details/view/update-from-cambridge-international-on-may-june-2020-exams-20200327/

    Applicants: 

    Given the circumstances and working conditions we will no longer be accepting physical applications. If you have already submitted an application, you will be notified by email. If you still need to submit your application, we have removed deadlines. You can submit up until May 15. APPLICATION LINK

    Current AICE Student Grade Meeting: Thursday, November 14th at 6:00pm in the Auditorium

    • Meeting will discuss course offerings and answer any questions you have about testing
    • Missed the Meeting? Presentation is available below.

    8th Grade Presentation: Monday, November 18th at 6:00pm in the Auditorium

    • Meeting will explain benefits of the program, application process, and answer any questions

    Have questions: Please complete the following form which will direct questions to the appropriate individual: Please email herdj@martin.k12.fl.us
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    What is AICE?
    The Advanced International Certificate of Education program (AICE) is an innovative and accelerated method of academic study offered solely through the Cambridge Assessment International Education, a division of the University of Cambridge in the United Kingdom--an institution consistently ranked as one of the top five academic universities in the world.  AICE provides a flexible, broad-based curriculum that is offered worldwide at schools and colleges in over 161 countries.  For over 170 years the prestigious University of Cambridge has been setting worldwide curriculum standards through their examinations.

    Why are AICE courses and the AICE Diploma important?
    American universities have responded enthusiastically to AICE. The Florida Legislature has identified AICE as a graduation option and acceleration mechanism through which students can be awarded up to 45 hours of college credit at all public universities and colleges in Florida.  Students earning the AICE Diploma currently qualify for the maximum Florida Academic Scholars tuition scholarship, and students completing the curriculum (without earning the diploma) may earn the Florida Medallion Scholars tuition award. 

    Why should students enroll in AICE courses?
    The AICE program of study at Martin County High School offers students one of the most demanding and rigorous college preparatory programs in the world. After completing at least one course in each of three academic areas, students have the flexibility to choose a course of study that best meets their abilities and interests. Students also have the option of taking AICE courses and their subsequent exams in order to earn college credits without applying for the AICE Diploma. Regardless of the option chosen, enrollment in these rigorous courses will benefit WCHS students in the college application process.

    Why is AICE preferable to IB?
    Another AICE advantage is the students’ ability to take AICE classes and exams at any stage in their high school career starting in ninth grade, whereas IB students are only allowed to take exams during their eleventh and twelfth grade years, respectively. AICE students who take exams within three years are able to position themselves for an AICE diploma by the end of their junior year.

    Having the AICE diploma on their resume when applying to colleges during the fall of their senior year will only help to differentiate them from other applicants, especially those who will not learn of their IB diploma status until the August after they graduate from high school when colleges have already chosen their freshmen applicants.

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