The Cambridge AICE Programme
The Cambridge International Magnet Programme
Cambridge Magnet Programme at Hollywood Hills High School provides a well-rounded and rigorous college-level curriculum for the student who is ready to explore his/her place in the global community. Successful Cambridge students receive an international diploma – the Advanced International Certificate of Education (AICE) diploma – which is recognized in 167 countries, have access to over thirty college-level courses enabling them to earn up to two years of college credit, and automatically receive the highest level of Bright Futures scholarship in the state of Florida. Hollywood Hills High School’s Cambridge experience is the stepping-stone for many students attending the country’s most prestigious Ivy League, Florida state and private universities.
The Cambridge Curriculum
Students take a variety of rigorous Pre-AICE (honors level) and AICE (college level) courses. HHHS offers over 20 different Cambridge courses, both at the AS- and A-levels. There are specific program requirements that students must pass in order to get their diplomas. Students will take AICE Global Perspectives and Research and at least one credit each from groups 1, 2, & 3 for a total of 7 credits. Any credits from Group 4 are optional and students may pick the remaining credits from any group. Students must take and pass 7 AICE exams to get their diplomas. Students may also take more than 7 AICE classes, but only 7 passing exam scores are required for the diploma. Students must also make sure that they meet Florida graduation requirements in addition to program requirements.
For a complete list of our current Cambridge course offerings, please contact our Cambridge Magnet coordinator or the HHHS guidance office.
APPLICATION PROCESS & ELIGIBILITY
Students from throughout Broward County who meet the requirements may apply to the Cambridge AICE Magnet Program at Hollywood Hills High School.
Students applying to the magnet program must have a 2.5 GPA or higher and a Level 3 or higher (i.e. passing) on their Florida Standardized Assessment (FSA) for Reading and Math or a math End-of-Course Examination (EOC).
Information for parents and students.
Cambridge AICE exam recognition.
How AICE credits transfer to Florida colleges
Cambridge AICE Score Information