The Cambridge AICE Program
at St. Augustine High School
Cambridge International Fellowship Centre
SENIORS apply now for the CAMBRIDGE AICE SCHOLARSHIP!
The Cambridge AICE scholarship is for students who have volunteered their time to this prestigious program. Applicants should have a minimum of 8 AICE courses completed or in process, a 3.0 weighted GPA, and documented volunteer time at AICE related activities (WHICH MAY include AICE Advisory Board meetings and events). The recipient(s) will receive $500 in a one time, non-renewable scholarship award. If you feel you are qualified, please submit the application, required documents, and essay no later than March 31, 2023, to Dena Bechtle in the SAHS school counseling office.
Check out the SENIOR SCHOLARSHIP BULLETIN for available scholarships.
BRIGHT FUTURES SCHOLARSHIP INFORMATION
The A.I.C.E. Diploma Award is an internationally recognized AWARD for academic rigor
- Must Pass seven (7) A/AS Level Exams
- Minimum of 1 exam passed in each category
- Automatically qualified for Florida Academic Bright Futures Scholarship (top level)
- Must have 100 hours Community Service logged, 2 yrs. Foreign Lang.
- GPA and ACT/SAT requirement waived
Instructions on how to complete your Bright Futures Application: FFAA Helpful Hints
District Scholarship Page
Scholarships Page: http://www.stjohns.k12.fl.us/gpc/home/scholarships/
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Cambridge AICE School Counselor
Dena Bechtle (904) 547-8533