Cambridge is a highly respected, internationally recognized program and is the 'GOLD STANDARD' in international education. The Cambridge Curriculum is used in over 160 countries to provide a high quality informational program to prepare students for college and their careers. Cambridge is the world's largest provider of K-12 international education programs and is recognized world wide for high standards and high quality academic rigor.
Universities award credit based on a subject-by-subject basis according to grades earned on individual exams passed. Therefore, if a student does no earn the full AICE diploma, they can still earn college credit. Cambridge International courses are accepted at universities throughout the world.An advanced academic program with a broad range of course choices. Students earn double bonus points as with AP or IB. Recipients get Florida Academic Scholars Award and qualify for Bright Futures Scholarship.
AICE exam sessions occur twice a year; May/June and October/November. Results are issued in August and January respectively. Cambridge grades using a letter system: A through U. A,B,C,D and E are all passing grades. "U" stands for ungraded and is not passing. A weighted grade will be earned as long as the students sits for the exams(s) at the end of he school year. A grade of "A" in an AICE course is worth 6.0 grade points
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