Cambridge Enrollment

Cambridge Information

If you were not able to attend our Choice Open House please use the information below.

Cambridge Presentation - click here
Video explanation of Cambridge Presentation - click here 

Cambridge Enrollment
To be eligible students must have a 3.0 unweighted cumulative GPA, a minimum of a 3 on the most recent FSA ELA and Math assessment. 

How do I apply? Please follow the steps below or click here to watch a video explaining the whole process. 
      1. Register with the district. Click here for video directions. 
      2. Collect all required documents (copy of quarter 1 and quarter 2 grades as well                 the most recent FSA ELA and Math scores - screenshots are acceptable)
      3. Fill out application 
           - Click here to access the application.
      4. Submit proof of district registration/sibling assignment (can be a screenshot),
          grades, FSA ELA and Math scores, and application to Mrs. Baird 
           - You can submit materials by email, mail, or in-person to the front office. 

                          FRIDAY, JANUARY 28TH, 2022!

After I apply how will I know if my student was accepted into the program?
       - Mrs. Baird will email you whether the student is accepted or not (this will start on
          February 16, 2022). 
       - If the student is accepted you will be provided with the Estero High School
          Cambridge Intent Letter. This must be returned no later than February 23, 2022. 

Contact Information

Cassie Baird, Cambridge Coordinator

Spring 2022 Cambridge Exam Schedule

June 2022  AICE Exam Schedule by Date.pdf

June 2022 AICE Exam Schedule by Syllabus.xlsx.pdf

Bright Futures Change! 
Click here for the article explaining the update regarding the suspension of particular Bright Futures funds.

Cambridge Google Classroom Information
Make sure your child is enrolled in the Cambridge Google Classroom.


Cambridge Website:

What schools accept Cambridge credits?

What credits will you earn for college in Florida?

Florida Credit by Exam for Universities - See Pages 6-10 for AICE

AICE and Dual Enrollment

Students can take Dual Enrollment classes and AICE classes. In fact, many of our students earn their AICE diploma in their Junior year and go on to do full-time Dual Enrollment or a mix of Dual Enrollment and AICE.

College Planning Guide

It's never too early to start planning for college. Resources below.

College Admissions Planning

College Board -

FAFSAcaster - If you are not a Senior, you can still estimate your possible financial aid!

AICE at Florida Universities

University of Florida

Florida Gulf Coast University

Florida State University

University of South Florida

University of Central Florida

University of North Florida

Florida Atlantic University

Florida International University

Florida Polytechnic University

Stetson University

Embry Riddle

Florida Southwestern

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