What is Cambridge?
Cambridge International Program Lower Secondary is an international course of study for academically talented and motivated students. It is the stepping stone for the Advanced International Certificate of Education, or AICE, at the high school level. The curriculum is internationally benchmarked and is used in over 10,000 schools in more than 160 countries across the globe.
Why this is program being offered?
Students that are accepted into the program, will have the opportunity to work as part of a cohort and have the possibility to earn high school credits prior to entering high school. While in the program, students will have the opportunity to collaborate with fellow classmates, investigate and take ownership of their own learning. The program will also help students develop critical thinking skills that are connected to the academically diverse and global environment of today.
What are the benefits of this program?
The Cambridge International Program for Lower Secondary, middle school level, helps to develop students skills and understanding in Math, English, and Science. It provides an excellent opportunity to prepare students for the rigorous coursework at the AICE level at the high school level.
How does a student join the program?
To take Cambridge offered courses, students need to complete the application form. The application form can be located here.
Program Progression Plan
- English/Language Arts 1 CLS
- Science 1 CLS
- Advanced Math 1
- Advanced World History
- Global Perspectives 1
- Choice of Elective
7th Grade Year
- English/Language Arts 2 CLS
- Science 2 CLS
- Advanced Math 2
- Advanced Civics
- Global Perspectives 2/Choice of Elective
- Spanish I/Choice of Elective
8th Grade Year
- English/Language Arts 3 CLS
- Environmental Science Honors
- Algebra I
- Advanced U.S. History
- Digital Information Technology/Choice of Elective
- Spanish II/Choice of Elective
- Global Perspectives/Choice of Elective