AICE Program Overview

Applying for college has become more challenging and more competitive than ever before. Colleges and universities give priority to those students who have challenged themselves by taking rigorous courses during their high school years. There are several options for students who wish to accelerate to college-level learning during their high school years, one of most recognized being the AICE Diploma.

The Cambridge Advanced International Certificate of Education (AICE)  is an internationally recognized diploma awarded to high school students for the satisfactory completion of a series of academically rigorous courses and exams created and administered by Cambridge International Examinations. The courses and diploma are an acceleration mechanism, meaning it gets you ready for hard college classes at a more rapid pace than traditional coursework. 

AICE involves studying college-level material before you graduate high school. The classes are challenging and tend to be narrow and specific in focus, narrow in on particular subjects and going into depth on topics covered; the AICE Diploma entails an extremely specialized program of study.

With AICE, there are a multitude of subjects to choose from across four different groups:

Group 1: Mathematics and Sciences Group 3: Arts and Humanities
 Examples: Environmental Science, Biology Examples: History, English Literature
Group 2: Languages Group 4: Interdisciplinary/Skills-Based
Examples: Spanish, English Examples: Thinking Skills, General English Paper


**Advanced Course Offerings

Description

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AICE Psychology AS

This syllabus aims to encourage an interest in and appreciation of psychology through an exploration of the ways in which psychology is conducted. This exploration includes a review of a number of important research studies with an opportunity to look at the ways in which psychology has been applied in a variety of settings.

02004800

AICE Computer Science AS

Computational thinking is developed using a structured approach that includes the use of programming and problem solving skills to provide solutions to real life problems. It requires the manipulation and storage of different types of data and the communication of solutions over networks. Computational thinking is supported by developing an understanding of how computer architecture, hardware, systems software, security measures and communication systems, provide the infrastructure required in an efficient and ethical way

20013810

AICE Environmental Management AS

Environmental management is concerned with the impacts of human activity on the environment. Having a basic understanding of the structure of the earth and the science of key natural phenomena is essential to the study of environmental management.

21004900

AICE International History AS

International option: International history, 1870–1945

• Empire and the emergence of world powers, 1870–1919

• The League of Nations and international relations in the 1920s

• The League of Nations and international relations in the 1930s

• China and Japan, 1912–45

21005050

AICE U.S. History AS

American option: The history of the USA, 1820–1941

• The origins of the Civil War, 1820–61

• Civil War and Reconstruction, 1861–77

• The Gilded Age and Progressive Era, 1870s to 1920

• The Great Crash, The Great Depression and the New Deal policies, 1920–41


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