**Fall 2018 exam series grades will post in January 2019. Stay tuned for more detailed information.....
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Upcoming Events for Incoming 9th Graders
Interested in joining AICE in High School?
We are hosting informational meetings:
* Thursday December 6th, from 5:30pm-6:30pm OR
*Tuesday, February 5th from 6:30pm-7:30pm
Meet us in the auditorium
For additional information and application-see the 'Prospective Students' and 'Events' tab
February 12-Freshman Night
April 9- Annual Meeting
No Meeting in December or May
Class of 2018
Feel free to contact the AICE office to make an appointment to pick up yours.
Cambridge AICE offers tremendous flexibility in course selection, and emphasizes “quality” over “quantity”, allowing students the time to participate in extracurricular activities such as sports, performing arts, technology, etc.
Cambridge AICE classes have critical thinking at its core. In AICE classes, you are taught to take a position on an issue, defend your position, take the opposing position and defend, and then choose which position is better and why.
Cambridge programs and qualifications set the global standard for international education. They are created by subject experts, rooted in academic rigor and reflect the latest educational research
" One of the things we find with students who have studied Cambridge International AS and A Levels is that they have a real depth of understanding of the subject matter that they have had classes in, and a real engagement with it. Those are some of the things that we find really help students succeed once they get to our campus.”
* Stuart Schmill, Dean of Admissions Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT)
" I value Cambridge preparation because the students we have received with that kind of preparation have done very well at our university. We like the fact that no matter where they come from, they come prepared.”
* John Barnhill, Assistant Vice President for Enrollment, Florida State University
“Cambridge University and AICE have created relevant, rigorous, meaningful and engaging courses which demand a critical approach in which students learn to think and analyze.”
* Rona Glasser, University of Pennsylvania Alumna & Former AICE English AS & A Level Teacher at SHS
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