Advanced International Certificate in Education (AICE) Credit Table
The AICE program is an international, advanced secondary curriculum and assessment program equivalent to the British system of “A-Levels”.
Students who take AICE courses in high school may be eligible for college credit based on their learning outcomes. AICE courses are not as accessible as its more common counterparts (like, AP or IB), but credit can be awarded in the same manner in which it is awarded for the other exams. Following the classroom experience, there is a standardized exam that you can take. These exams are scored by letter, not by number, but the letters do not completely parallel the grading scale with which most are familiar. Passing grades on an AICE exam can be either: A, B, C, D, E, or F. Depending on your performance on these exams, not the course grade, you may find yourself eligible for specific college credit. Click on the name of the course you took below for an assessment of what credits may be available: