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AICE Program

The Cambridge AICE Diploma is an internationally recognized diploma awarded to students for the satisfactory completion of a series of academically rigorous courses specific to AICE in high school. To earn the AICE diploma, students will need to complete at least 7 AICE courses from different categories (Mathematics and Sciences, Languages, Arts and Humanities and Interdisciplinary and Skills-Based Subjects) within 2 years of taking their first AICE course exam. Students will also be required to take and pass the associated assessments for each course. The AICE program is described as a rigorous course of study, preparing students for college at a more intensive pace than traditional coursework. Obtaining the Cambridge AICE Diploma and community service hours also provides eligibility for Bright Futures Scholarships without meeting the SAT/ACT score requirements.

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Course Descriptions

Aice english general paper as.

Course Number: 8021 (EN) For Grade(s): 9-12 Credit: 1.0 Prerequisite(s): None Meets Requirement(s): Major Concepts/Content: The purpose of this course is to encourage learners to engage with a variety of topics, including knowledge and understanding gained from the study of other subjects. They learn to become confident in analyzing knowledge and opinion from a variety of sources, to build arguments and to communicate through written English.

AICE THINKING SKILLS 1 AS

Course Number: 9694 For Grade(s): 9-12 Credit: 1.0 Prerequisite(s): None Meets Requirement(s): Major Concepts/Content: This course will help learners develop a set of transferable skills, including critical thinking, reasoning and problem-solving, that students can apply across a wide range of subjects and complex real-world issues. The course enables students to develop their ability to analyze unfamiliar problems, devise problem-solving strategies, and evaluate the diverse ways a problem may be solved. Students will learn to put their personal views aside in favor of examining and evaluating the evidence. Students learn how to make informed and reasoned decisions and construct evidence-based arguments. These independent thinking skills build confidence and equip students with a toolkit for tackling complex and unfamiliar subjects, essential for successful progression to higher education or into professional employment.

AICE PSYCHOLOGY 1 AS

Course Number: 9990 For Grade(s): 9-12 Credit: 1.0 Prerequisite(s): None Meets Requirement(s): Major Concepts/Content: The purpose of this course is to help learners develop their appreciation of the subject by exploring the ways in which psychology is conducted. As part of their studies, learners also review important research; this provides an insight into the ways in which psychology has been applied, thereby leading to a better understanding of key approaches, research methods and issues and debates. The course focuses on four core areas of psychology, namely biological, cognitive, learning, and social; it also relates psychology to abnormality, consumer behavior, health and organizations.

AICE MARINE SCIENCE 1 AS

Course Number: 9693 (EQ) For Grade(s): 9-12 Credit: 1.0 Prerequisite(s): None Meets Requirement(s): Major Concepts/Content: The Cambridge International Marine Science course provides students with a coherent and stimulating introduction to the science of the marine environment. The emphasis throughout is on the understanding of concepts and the application of ideas to new contexts. Marine Science can form part of an ideal subject combination for learners who want to study Marine Biology or Environmental Science at university or to follow a career in shipping, fisheries, tourism, or aquaculture.

AICE ENVIRONMENTAL MANAGEMENT AS

Course Number: 8291 (EQ) For Grade(s): 10-12 Credit: 1.0 Prerequisite(s): None Meets Requirement(s): Major Concepts/Content: This course will help learners develop scientific knowledge and understanding of global environmental issues and theories, and of the policies and strategies for managing the environment. The course covers the sustainable use and management of resources, and strategies that aim to protect the environment. Learners will interpret and analyze data and do investigative work. Case studies allow teachers to choose their own examples to investigate, which may be local, regional, or global.

AICE TRAVEL & TOURISM 1 AS

Course Number: 9395 For Grade(s): 9-12 Credit: 1.0 Prerequisite(s): None Meets Requirement(s): Major Concepts/Content : Cambridge International AS and A Level Travel and Tourism (9395) is ideal for those seeking to specialize in this subject. The course encourages learners to appreciate the changing nature of travel and tourism and understand the importance of sustainability in the development and management of industry. The course enables learners to understand the concepts and theories in travel and tourism and recognize their impact on people, environments, and economies. It further develops learners’ practical and research skills through planning and organizing an actual tourism event, which will contribute to their further study and working in the industry.

AICE MEDIA STUDIES AS

Course Number: 9607 For Grade(s): 9-12 Credit: 1.0 Prerequisite(s): None Meets Requirement(s): Major Concepts/Content: This course offers learners the chance to develop an understanding and appreciation of the place of the media in our everyday lives. Learners will take a hands-on approach to the subject as they create their own media products from planning through to execution. Learners also consider and analyze examples from existing media, examining production processes and technologies and the effects they achieve.

AICE GLOBAL PERSPECTIVE 1 AS

Course Number: 9239 For Grade(s): 9-12 Credit: 1.0 Prerequisite(s): None Meets Requirement(s): Major Concepts/Content: This is a skills-based course that prepares learners for positive engagement with our rapidly changing world. Learners broaden their outlook through the critical analysis of – and reflection on – issues of global significance. They will develop unique, transferable skills including research, critical thinking, and communication by following an approach to analyzing and evaluating arguments and perspectives called the 'Critical Path'.

AICE ENGLISH LANGUAGE AS

Course Number: 9093 (EN) For Grade(s): 11 Credit: 1.0 Prerequisite(s): None Meets Requirement(s): Major Concepts/Content: Learners will study the English language and its use in communication. They will be encouraged to respond critically to a wide variety of texts in a range of forms, styles, and contexts, and to promote skills of communication, reading, research and analysis. Learners will develop an ability to read and analyze material, gaining further knowledge and understanding of English language features and issues, and develop the skills of writing clearly, accurately, creatively, and effectively for different purposes and audiences.

AICE AMERICAN HISTORY

Course Number: 9489 (AH) For Grade(s): 9-12 Credit: 1.0 Prerequisite(s): None Meets Requirement(s): Major Concepts/Content : The purpose of this course is to teach students modern history in the nineteenth and twentieth centuries. This course helps students develop lifelong skills including understanding issues and themes within an American historical period. The emphasis is again on both historical knowledge and on the skills required for historical research. Learners develop an understanding of cause and effect, continuity and change, similarity, and difference, and use historical evidence as part of their studies.

AICE EUROPEAN HISTORY

Course Number: 9489 (WH) For Grade(s): 9-12 Credit: 1.0 Prerequisite(s): None Meets Requirement(s): Major Concepts/Content : The purpose of this course is to help learners develop lifelong skills, including understanding issues and themes within a European historical period. The emphasis is a  gain on both historical knowledge and on the skills required for historical research. Learners develop an understanding of cause and effect, continuity and change, similarity, and difference, and use historical evidence as part of their studies.

AICE SPANISH LANGUAGE

Course Number: AS - 8685 For Grade(s): 9-12 Credit: 1.0 Prerequisite(s): B or better in Spanish 4 Meets Requirement(s): Major Concepts/Content : This course enables learners to achieve greater fluency, accuracy, and confidence in the Spanish language as it is spoken and written and improves their communication skills. They will learn how to improve their use of Spanish in a variety of situations, understand how to read texts and other source materials, extract information, initiate conversations and respond to questions both orally and in writing.

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Cambridge AICE Equivalencies

The Cambridge AICE (Advanced International Certificate of Education) program is an international, advanced secondary curriculum and assessment program equivalent to the British system of “A-Levels.” To qualify for college credit, students must earn an appropriate passing score on the nationally administered exam. Information about the program, including course syllabi, can be found on-line at  www.cambridgeinternational.org/usa/

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  20. PDF Cambridge International AS & A Level

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