The Cambridge AICE program emphasizes the importance of critical thinking skills and communication in today’s global world. Worldwide, many universities recognize the AICE Diploma for advanced standing at the university level and may award up to 45 hours of college credit for achieving the AICE Diploma. The expansion of the Cambridge AICE program gives Collier County Public School students the opportunity to achieve the prestigious AICE Diploma. This rigorous academic and accelerated program of study is offered solely through the University of Cambridge International Examinations (CIE), a division of the University of Cambridge in Cambridge, England. The University of Cambridge is consistently ranked as one of the top five academic universities in the world.
CONFUSED ABOUT YOUR FUTURE?
The ASVAB is scheduled for Thursday, October 23rd here at Barron Collier!
The ASVAB combines aptitude and interest inventory testing results to enable students to evaluate their skills, estimate their performance in academic and vocational endeavors, and identify potentially satisfying careers.
Sign up today in Guidance to take this important test, or see Miss Zima (Testing Coordinator) if you have any questions, and help jump start your future now!!
Get your device registered! Click HERE for more information.
Get your parking permit. Click HERE for form. Must be signed by your parents.
CAMBRIDGE INTERNATIONAL EXAMINES
Study Guides available. Click HERE for more information.
Barron Collier High School holds SAC (School Advisory Council) meetings in the Barron Collier Media Center Presentation room. Click HERE for Meeting Calendar 2014-2015.
The Announcements are available 24 hours a day—seven days a week—about ½ hour after the live streaming version--- Staff, Students & Parents will be able to access the news on their smartphone, their laptop, their BYOD! Click HERE for more instructions.
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