AICE and Bright Futures

AICE Students are eligible for the Florida Bright Futures Scholarship. All AICE students are required to fulfill 100 community service hours which are required for the Florida Academic Scholars Award.

AICE Diploma and Bright Futures:
**Students who earn an AICE diploma based on AICE exams taken prior to and during the high school graduation exam administration series ending mid-June, complete 100 hours of community service, and submit their Florida Financial Aid Applications by their high school graduation date, will earn the Florida Academic Scholars award.

Completion of the AICE curriculum would require students to complete six AICE courses and take the examinations for each with at least one course and examination being from each of the three subject areas: Mathematics & Sciences, Languages, and Arts and Humanities.

Florida Bright Futures Scholarship Program:
Florida law recognizes International Certificate of Education (AICE) curriculum as a method of qualifying for a Florida Academic Medallion Scholars award through the Florida Bright Future scholarship Program. To qualify for a Bright Futures award utilizing the AICE curriculum option, students must satisfy the following requirements:

Complete the AICE curriculum requirements and meet the appropriate SAT or ACT score.

The AICE Curriculum is defined as follows:
Complete a minimum of 12 AICE credits* identified by the University of Cambridge International Examinations (CIE) in three academic areas as follows:
            Two credits from Group A – Mathematics and Sciences
            Two credits from Group B – Languages
            Two credits from Group C – Arts and Humanities
            Six additional credits in any combination from the above three Groups 

*Students earn one credit by completing one AICE full credit course and another credit for taking the corresponding AICE examination.

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