Important Document Center
This document allows you to keep track of all the AICE courses you have taken, passed, or will take in the future. The AICE office keeps an official copy of this document, but you may want to print your own copy to stay organized.
This document shows AICE classes that are offered each year of high school. It gives you a sample of what your schedule might look like each year. Use this document to plan ahead. You will be able to see what your options are 9-12th grade.
This document covers SHS Honor Code and policies. It includes academic expectations, cheating and plagiarism, consequences, behavior, technology rules, and film and literature. A student and parent signature is required to be submitted to the AICE office. A copy of this document was given to you the first week of school.
Student wishing to apply for access arrangements (accommodations) during AICE testing must request to have those accommodations on AICE testing. The requests will be sent to Cambridge for approval. Please read through this document to learn about the different types of accommodations that Cambridge allows. You must submit your request to use accommodations to the AICE coordinator by the end of the 1st quarter of school.