The Cambridge AICE Program
at St. Augustine High School
Cambridge International Fellowship Centre
Phillip Valvo Schnotalla, Sunduss Elamri, Renata Sindic
Lana Waler, Athena Giani
Meetings for 2015-2016 will be Thursdays @ 8:30 in room C302.
Minutes from prior meetings AICE Board Meeting Minutes
All AICE students are invited and encouraged to attend. Get involved and let your voice be heard!
|AICE GEAR||Cambridge Links|
Standard T-shirts – $10
Parents or students can look at specific syllabus information, as well as LOTS of info. about Cambridge programs around the world. www.cie.org.uk
Cambridge College Recognition Website
Where students/parents can look up the policy for hundreds of colleges regarding credit for AICE Exams http://recognition.cie.org.uk
Cambridge STUDENT Website
At www.cambridgestudents.org.uk, students can access Learner Guides by subject, Study Guides with general helpful tips, common FAQs, Study Planners to organize exam study time, and much, much more! They will also find past papers, resource lists, revision checklists and useful web links for many subjects on the site. There are links to interactive simulations and games, and science resources which you can download for free. Please share with your Cambridge Students!
What makes Cambridge Students So Special?
Cambridge Outlook Magazine provides a colourful insight into CIE and is an important way of communicating with Cambridge schools and readers around the world.
Join the CIE community on
To get involved, you just need to visit our new Facebook page and become a fan of CIE. Post comments, chat to fellow Cambridge teachers, students, parents and community members worldwide. Our Facebook page includes photos of recent CIE events, videos, as well as regular news updates. With thousands of Cambridge teachers and students joining from around the world everyday, Facebook works to bring the Cambridge Learning Community closer together. We look forward to your comments!
Any student in need of academic help should contact Mrs. Bechtle to arrange for tutoring from an AICE student.
Several students from SAHS are participating in a year-long rotary exchange. You can read about their experiences in their blogs at ww.ryeflorida.org/outbounds2009.htm