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Oasis High School is the first high school in Southwest Florida to be certified by Cambridge University to offer the prestigious AICE curriculum. The Cambridge University AICE curriculum is a challenging program designed to adequately prepare students for university coursework. Students in the AICE program can earn college credits while in high school and are eligible for the Florida Bright Futures Scholarship Program.

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Facts and Figures

  • Cambridge International Examinations is the world’s largest provider of international education programmes and qualifications for 5 to 19 year olds.
  • Over 10,000 schools in over 160 countries around the world offer Cambridge programmes and qualifications.
  • Cambridge International Examinations is a division of Cambridge Assessment, a not-for- profit organisation and part of the world renowned University of Cambridge, which celebrated its 800 anniversary in 2009.
  • Cambridge examinations are marked by around 9000 highly skilled examiners
  • Annual subject entries for Cambridge exams have now grown to 1.9 million.
  • CIE receives around 5.7 million question papers each year.
  • CIE holds more than 16,000 training days a year providing 6,500 teachers from across the globe with the skills and knowledge they need to help their students succeed.
  • Cambridge International AS and A Levels are taken in 125 countries with more than 350,000 subject entries each year.

Students may earn up to 45 hours of credit by examination for GCE AS and A level examinations passed at grade E and higher per Florida State Board of Eduction policy. Specific information on College Credit Programs and Exams is available on the FLDOE website.

AICE Planning Sheet

University Course Equivalents

The Florida Department of Education has established credit course equivalencies for AICE, AP and IB programs. The Statewide Articulation Manual provides a detailed description of all those agreements. The CREDIT-BY-EXAM EQUIVALENCIES report outlines the credit equivalencies that should be rewarded for successful completion of these exams. Listed below are links to the individual "credit by examination" policies of several Florida universities: