AICE Cambridge

For additional information about Cambridge International, please visit here!

Cambridge courses offered at Forest Hill High School for the 2018-2019 school year:

  • Group 1: Math & Sciences
    • Computer Science AS
    • Marine Science AS
    • Psychology AS
  • Group 2: Languages
    • English Language AS
    • Spanish Language AS
  • Group 3: Arts & Humanities
    • History (European & US)
    • Psychology AS
    • Sociology AS
    • Travel & Tourism AS
  • Group 4: Interdisciplinary
    • General Paper AS
    • Thinking Skills AS
  • Core
    • Global Perspectives & Research AS

How to earn the Cambridge Diploma:

  • Students must take a pass at least one exam from groups 1-3, group 4 is optional, and the core is compulsory.
  • For each exam passed at Forest Hill High School, the student will earn 1 point.
  • Students must attain at least 7 points within a 25 month assessment cycle to earn the Diploma.

Earning College Credits:

Earning college credits through AICE is at the discretion of each institution. Students who enter a public college or university in the State of Florida should refer to each school's "Credit by Examination" site or the Florida Department of Education's articulation agreement.

Sample courses at select public and private schools:

Bright Futures Scholarship:

Students who earn the AICE Diploma can qualify for the Bright Futures Scholarship. Please visit here for additional information. It is the responsibility of the student to ensure they have met all the requirements to earn the scholarship, including 100 hours of community service.

Sending scores to my college/university:

Please see the following link:

Go to the section titled "Transcript requests" and click on "How can I send an official transcript of my score results to my chosen educational institution?".

How to access scores?:

You will need your username and password. They can be obtained from Guidance beginning on August 15th. If you already have your login information, you can access your scores here:


For additional information, please contact our AICE Coordinator, Dr. Vening (assistant principal for Choice & Academy students) at 561-540-2413 or