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Prospective Students

Selecting a school is an important decision. If you are new to Lee County, or need to begin the process of selecting a different school, please click the following link to the School Choice website: http://www.leeschools.net/student-assignment.


Special Programs Applications

Students NEW to The School District of Lee County, who live in the West Zone and are interested in applying to our AICE and/or ARTS program should contact Coordinator Jeremy Ridgeo at JeremyJR@leeschools.net

Special Programs Information

Center for Arts and Media Requirements 2018 - CFAM_AudRequirements_2018.pdf (612.9 KBs)

Digital Media Program Audition Requirements - AuditionRequirements_DigitalMedia.pdf (228.5 KBs)

Digital Media - Info Night Presentation - Digital Media - Info Night Presentation.pdf (2.2 MBs)

Special Programs Extended Response Rubric - 2018-2019 Special Programs_Extended Response Rubric.docx (62.1 KBs)

Cambridge AICE Program

What is Cambridge AICE?

Cambridge Advanced International Certificate of Education (Cambridge AICE) is a group certificate which requires learners to study subjects drawn from three curriculum areas within Cambridge International AS and A Level: mathematics and science, languages, and arts and humanities. In order to earn the AICE Diploma, which secures the TOP Bright Futures Scholarship a student must take and pass one examination in each of the three categories, then successfully complete three additional examinations from any of the categories.

What is Cambridge International AS and A Level?

Cambridge International AS and A Level qualifications are taken by over 175 000 learners in more than 125 countries every year. They are typically for learners aged 16 to 19 years who need advanced study to prepare for higher education.

For more information about Cambridge CIE, go to their website: http://www.cie.org.uk/

Check out North's AICE Webpage for more information about this program!

Center for the Arts and Media

The Center for the Arts provides an exciting opportunity for artistically talented high school students of Lee County. Once selected, students will become part of an artistic environment designed to develop their talents to the highest possible level while fostering an appreciation and love of the arts which will serve them well in the pursuit of the next step in their educational training and chosen careers.

Admission to the Center for the Arts program is by audition only. In addition to the Center for the Arts application, a zone school application must also be completed according to the published timeline if changing schools or if the student is new to the School District of Lee County. Should a student be accepted into the arts program following the audition, that student will be released from the school assigned by Student Assignment in order to attend the Center for the Arts. All students enrolling in the Center for the Arts must complete four semesters in the program to be considered for a waiver should they choose to leave the arts program. (School District of Lee County Administrative Regulation 1.63).


Learn More About our Unique Programs

Interested in learning more about these special programs? Come to our annual student assignment open house, "Red Carpet Knight" or one of our information nights. These information nights take place in December and January. Stay tuned for details.

Campus Tours

Campus tours are available between the beginning of November and the end of February. Experience North's beautiful campus and learn about our unique course and program offerings by scheduling a tour. Sign up for a tour!


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