Jared Baker– Mustangs Ahead
(LAKEWOOD RANCH, FL) – LRHS Advanced International Certificate of Education (AICE) students started Cambridge International Certificate of Education exams Tuesday.
AICE is a set of challenging college-level classes for high school students. It was developed by Cambridge Assessment, a non-profit, non-teaching department of the University of Cambridge in England.
Students met in the school courtyard at 7:30 a.m. to take their exams in the gymnasium. They had to bring pens as they weren’t allowed to use pencils.
Stay updated on important LRHS news and share what you like by following our Twitter @MustangsAhead, Instagram @mustangs_ahead, and follow the Mustangs Ahead Podcast
AICE Teacher Susan O’Brien said, “I think the students came in well prepared for the exam as we have been doing practice exams the past few weeks.”
AICE Student senior Chris Galli said. “The AICE test was easy, and they gave us interesting topics to choose from.”
Students are to return to the gym at 7:30 on Thursday, Apr. 27 to take Paper Number Two.