Cambridge AICE Program

The Spring 2020 AS and A Level Cambridge examination schedule is posted here. These dates are globally standardized and cannot be changed. CIE does not offer immediate retake opportunities for missed examinations so please plan any and all vacations/travel accordingly. Specific times and locations will be added in February, but for planning purposes all AM examinations will be scheduled over 9:00AM and all PM examinations will be scheduled over 1:00PM. 


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AICE at North Fort Myers High School

The Cambridge program is divided into two categories:

  • Pre-AICE Courses (Honors Weighted) for the 9th & 10th Grade (also called IGCSE)

  • AICE Courses for the 9th, 10th, 11th & 12th Grade

The Cambridge AICE program offers two examination periods throughout the school year. The first is October and November, while the second more commonly used session takes place in May and June. Please be aware that AICE examinations are frequently scheduled after the final day of school, but this does NOT excuse candidates from testing. All students at North High who choose to enroll in AICE courses are EXPECTED to take the examinations.

Testing Calendar

The finalized fall (October/November) testing calendar for AS and A Level AICE Cambridge testing is posted below. A Level courses, if applicable, are highlighted in green. Additional details including exact times and locations will be posted in September and sent directly to enrolled candidates.

Please note, AS and A Level examinations are scheduled/globally standardized by Cambridge International Assessments and cannot be changed/modified for any reason. Failure to attend any component of an AICE examination for a course you are enrolled in or an exam you registered for will not only result in a failing grade/no result, but also in financial charge equal to the cost of the examination. If you have any questions or concerns, contact Mrs. Eskay – this includes concerns regarding test accommodations provided/allowed for by CIE.

PROVISIONAL SPRING 2020 – AICE AS and A Level Testing Calendar

Cambridge International Assessments released the following provisional (draft) schedule for all AS and A Level testing this May/June 2020.
Please note this is provisional but typically we see few if any changes at all from the initially proposed calendar. Make plans for vacation accordingly as these exams are globally standardized/scheduled by CIE and cannot be changed/modified for any reason. We will post a final schedule as soon as it is released by Cambridge in November.

A Level components are highlighted in green. Virtually every AS Level examination has multiple components candidates must complete in order to pass the test. 

Benefits of the Cambridge AICE Program

  • AICE is a four year program. AICE students will be eligible for college credits during their freshmen year and every subsequent year at North High.
  • AICE is flexible. Many of our students are involved in the Center for Arts and Media, Athletics, Clubs and Organizations, as well as AICE.
  • As students complete AICE requirements they are simultaneously completing all necessary Florida high school diploma requirements.
  • Using a combination of AICE, AP, and DE courses offered on campus as North, students can earn up to 45 college credit hours.
  • A student earning the AICE diploma is guaranteed the top Florida Bright Futures Scholarship.

CIE for Learners and Parents -

For more information on the levels of AICE offered at NFMHS check out Cambridge International AS and A Levels -

AICE Transcript Request

Graduating seniors, as soon as you know which university or college you will be attending please complete the AICE Transcript Request Form, which is now completed digitally. Directions on how to complete this process can be found here. If you have any questions please contact Mrs. Eskay ( in S-1129.

Please keep in mind this service is NOT used in conjunction with the admissions application, but rather as an official means to send your results to the school you will attend in the summer or fall following your senior year. We suggest you request your results in April or May of the senior year instead of waiting until June. The CIE offices will send your junior/prior years examination results statements and then send an additional result statement once the grades from your final eaudent transfers from one university to another, it is typical that the second institution will require a certifying statement be sent instead of accepting the transfer from the first institution.

If you are attending a Florida university or college, please make sure to speak to the financial aid office about deferring

the tuition payment date pending your AICE results or AICE Diploma certification. Always take the name of the university or college representative you work with when taking care of this. This way if a staff member is not being informed about their university’s policies regarding AICE and credit by exams, the CIE office can deal with it more effectively. Most Florida admissions offices will be familiar with British GCE AS and A Levels or Cambridge AICE. Admissions offices outside of Florida are more familiar with the term British GCE AS and A Levels, which are the examinations required to pass at the AS or A level for the AICE Diploma – it is possible you may have to ask to speak to whomever deals with international student applications.

Again, AICE results for May/June testing typically become available in mid-August, so your final statement of results will be sent after this date. When completing the form you need to enter the individual testing sessions you enrolled in, NOT the individual tests you took. Also, you will need NFMHS Centre Number – US823. If you have any questions or concerns, please contact Mrs. Eskay.

AICE Exam Results Request

Further Information about the Cambridge AICE Diploma

Cambridge AICE Diploma: A Passport to Success in Education, University and Work - 177957-cambridge-aice-diploma.pdf (1.1 MBs)

Cambridge AICE Diploma - Subject Groups - AICE_ADIP_NEW2017.pdf (527.3 KBs)


“AICE provides a unique intellectual experience that is unparalleled by any other interdisciplinary program. Emphasis on critical thinking and analysis allows students to get the most out of their education”
– Rendy Fernandez, University of Pennsylvania

“AICE is a highly interdisciplinary program that allows students to quickly become engaged in high level, in-depth academic work suited to their own interests.”
- Keaton Ufheil, Vanderbilt University

"The AICE curriculum's flexibility allows students to let their passions and interests, rather than rigid requirements, guide the learning process. As opposed to enforcing learning through memorization, AICE requires students to be taught conceptual and analytical skills that are applicable beyond high school."
-Kaylee Bement, Stanford University

"My four years in the Cambridge AICE program made my transition to college life much easier. The university-level work I did in the AICE program taught me the responsibility I needed to be successful in my freshman classes, and the credits I earned in the process saved me money in tuition."
-Vasilios Koupelis, University of Central Florida (Aerospace Engineering)

"After graduating from North Fort Myers High School, I have realized how essential the AICE program has been to my intellectual development. Not only do I feel well-prepared for the academics at my college, but I have been able to have several thought-provoking conversations with my peers and professors by drawing information directly from material I learned in my AICE classes at North. Where other programs promote memorization, AICE encourages its students to focus on the depth of knowledge."
-Melissa Biggs, Dartmouth College (Engineering Sciences & Anthropology)




AICE Worldwide

See what colleges and universities accept AICE credits on the Cambridge Recognition Page -

American universities have responded enthusiastically to AICE. The Florida Legislature has identified AICE as a graduation option and acceleration mechanism through which high school students can be awarded up to 45 hours of college credit. Students earning the AICE Diploma qualify for the maximum Florida Bright Futures tuition scholarship and students completing the curriculum can earn the Florida Medallion Scholars Tuition Award.

Students who complete the AICE curriculum will be provided the best possible foundation for advanced post secondary studies anywhere in the world. North Fort Myers High School is proud to offer the AICE program in the United States.

AICE is recognized by every Ivy League Institution and is accepted in more than 500 institutions nationwide, but they also have a college recognition page on their website, which I would encourage you to check out,

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Destination USA: Using your Cambridge qualifications to study in the USA

AICE and the Florida Universities

Here are some of the course equivalents for a number of our Florida universities below:

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Tampa - - IB/AICE treated equally

AICE Frequently Asked Questions

If at any time parents or students have questions regarding the NFMHS Cambridge AICE program they are encouraged to contact Mrs. Eskay by phone at 239-995-2117 or via e-mail at Students are welcome to make an appointment (via Guidance) to meet with Mrs. Eskay in S-114. Please note, Mrs. Eskay is in the classroom first block each day, but will make a point to return calls or e-mails in a timely fashion and schedule necessary appointments after that time.  If a parent or student has an issue with an instructor or class, the first contact should go to the student’s school counselor who will include Mrs. Eskay in any and all Cambridge AICE Program discussions. We look forward to hearing from you. 

AICE_FAQ.pdf (319.9 KBs)

Cambridge AICE: A Guide for Parents - 268773-cambridge-aice-a-guide-for-parents.pdf (178.6 KBs)

Cambridge International AS/A Level Guide for Parents - 268772-cambridge-international-as-a-level-a-guide-for-parents.pdf (166.6 KBs)

Facts and Figures about Cambridge International - 268776-facts-and-figures-about-cambridge-international.pdf (196.7 KBs)

Cambridge Advanced: An Introduction for Parents - 283198-cambridge-advanced-an-introduction-for-parents.ppt (4.7 MBs)

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