54 Coral Glades High Students Receive AICE Diploma and Bright Futures Scholarships


By: Jen Russon

An internationally recognized diploma from the University of Cambridge in England — also known as AICE — is now in the hands of 54 seniors at Coral Glades High School.

The Jaguars were honored at a December ceremony and are now entitled to receive the highest level of Bright Futures Tuition Scholarship, as well as one full year of college credit. 

Principal Mike Kaplan said the entire school joins him in being incredibly proud. 

“Our Cambridge program at Coral Glades is creating tremendous opportunity for students to excel from 9th grade through college,” he said.

Kaplan added that college-bound students’ test scores, grades, and teacher recommendations were a big part of the criteria for making it through the program.

AICE, short for Cambridge Assessment International Education, is ubiquitous in South Florida and used in over 850 learning institutions across the United States.

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54 Coral Glades High Students Receive AICE Diploma and 'Bright Futures'

Coral Glades High School recognizes its 54 AICE diploma recipients, December 9, 2021 {photo courtesy CGHS}

The 54 at Coral Glades who passed their Cambridge exams did so following at least seven credit hours worth of rigorous instruction and college-level testing.

First awarded in 1997, The Cambridge AICE Diploma encompasses the gold standard by offering students the chance to tailor their studies to individual interests and career plans.

Like many elite seniors attending Broward County high schools, the Jaguars of Coral Glades took their tests in November. Additional testing dates are sent for May and June.

For a peek inside the Cambridge classroom and information on acceptance into the program, email Lisa Plass.

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