ADIP and Bright Futures
If you are reliant on the AICE Diploma for Bright Futures, it will not show up until the August of your first college year, even if you received the ADIP in 11th grade. The list of qualifying students goes to Cambridge, and Bright Futures will confirm them for all graduated seniors in August when the June 2023 scores are released. At that time, the status should change from Ineligible to Eligible or from FMS (75%) to full FAS (100%). It may take until the end of August to post properly.
If you are worried about it covering summer classes, talk to the registrar’s office and explain the situation to them. They will either differ payment, have you pay and reimburse you, or hold your check. Each school has a different plan for dealing with it and each one changes annually.
All students who have taken any Cambridge Courses need to fill out the information on the Cambridge Transcript Request website; this cannot be completed for you. You need to send them a copy of your identification as well. Follow the directions on the website.
What are Series dates?
Series are the dates of the testing sessions. It is either June or November and the year, so June 2023, November 2023, June 2024, etc.
The Cambridge Advanced International Certificate of Education (AICE) Diploma is an international curriculum and examination system that emphasizes the value of broad and balanced study. Alongside in-depth understanding of a variety of subjects, students also need to master a broader range of skills critical for success in university studies and employment.
The Cambridge AICE Diploma was first awarded in 1997 and has since become popular with a range of schools in different parts of the world. It encompasses the ‘gold standard’ Cambridge International AS and A Level qualifications and offers students the opportunity to tailor their studies to their individual interests, abilities and future plans within an international curriculum framework.
The Cambridge AICE Diploma is made up of individual Cambridge International AS & A Levels, which have widespread international standing as educational qualifications.
By demanding knowledge from three different subject groups, plus the core compulsory subject, Cambridge International AS Level Global Perspectives & Research, the Cambridge AICE Diploma provides a broad curriculum with a balance of math and science, languages, arts and humanities, and interdisciplinary subjects. It maintains flexibility and choice by allowing students to choose subjects at different levels.
To achieve the Diploma, all learners will need to study and pass the revised Cambridge International AS Level Global Perspectives & Research (9239). This skills-based course challenges learners to think critically, analyze evidence and compare perspectives. The learning is assessed through a team project and presentation as well as a written examination.
There are over 50 Cambridge International AS and A Level subjects to choose from across four subject groups:
- Group 1: Mathematics and Sciences
- Group 2: Languages
- Group 3: Arts and Humanities
- Group 4: Interdisciplinary subjects (optional)
Learners must achieve at least one credit from each of Groups 1, 2 and 3. A maximum of two credits can be counted from Group 4, which is optional.
The AICE program is an innovative and accelerated method of study offered through Cambridge Assessment International Examinations, a division of University of Cambridge, England. For over 170 years, the prestigious University of Cambridge has been setting worldwide curriculum standards through their examinations. American universities have responded enthusiastically to AICE. The Florida Legislature has identified AICE as a graduation option and acceleration mechanism through which students can be awarded up to 45 hours of college credit at all public universities and colleges in Florida, and the state’s Bright Futures program recognizes AICE diploma recipients who also complete the required community service hours with the Florida Academic Scholars Scholarship.