Welcome to the Deltona High School Cambridge AICE Wolves Page. Here you will find information on the Cambridge AICE program offered here at DHS. Should you have any questions regarding the Cambridge AICE program, please feel free to contact me directly.
Deltona High School
Cambridge AICE Coordinator
Co-Digital Learning Teacher
2023-2024 Deltona High School Cambridge Application
How do I apply for the DHS Cambridge Program?
1. Click on the link to the Cambridge Application below to apply for the DHS Cambridge Program and email to firstname.lastname@example.org by January 24th 2023. This is the school-based application and is different from the district one. You must complete both to be considered for the program. Please note we are not accepting paper copies of the application, however the essay must be hand written and submitted to Ms. Mollo at Deltona High School by January 24th 2023.
2. Complete the Program of Choice application through the FOCUS Parent Portal by January 24th, 2023
3. Click on the link below for the teacher recommendation forms for one of the student's ELA and one of the student's math teachers to complete on Microsoft Forms by January 24th 2023. Please note that the recommending teachers must complete these through the link below and that we are not accepting paper copies.
Click below for access to the fillable PDF DHS Cambridge Program Application
Click below for access to the teacher recommendation forms
Cambridge AICE Diploma
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.
Providing a structured approach to building skills critical to success for further education, the Cambridge AICE Diploma demands mastery of a variety of subjects from three different groups: Mathematics and Sciences, Languages, Arts and Humanities, plus a compulsory core subject, Cambridge International AS Level Global Perspectives & Research. Learners can also gain credit from a fourth group: Interdisciplinary subjects.
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 includes the ‘gold standard’ Cambridge International AS & A Level qualifications and offers students the opportunity to tailor their studies to their individual interests, abilities, and future within an international curriculum framework. Alongside an in-depth understanding of their subjects, students working towards the Cambridge AICE Diploma also need to master a broad range of skills critical for success in university study and employment.
Deltona High School AICE Program Course Offerings are listed below. Please click on the course name to explore the syllabus for that course. Note: (*) indicates that course can fulfill either group.
Group 1: Math and Science
Group 2: Languages
Group 3: Arts and Humanities
Group 4: Interdisciplinary and Skill-Based
Required Core Compulsory
College and University Information
Cambridge AICE Recognition and Credit Policy Search
This link will take you to the Cambridge recognition and credit policy search, which is an online database that includes higher education institutions worldwide that have provided Cambridge with their formal acceptance policies for Cambridge qualifications.
Cambridge International’s US Grade Transcript Service
This link will take you to the Cambridge transcript service. This is where students can complete an online form to send AS & A level grade transcripts and/or AICE Diploma notifications to US colleges and universities.