The Cambridge Program Overview


    2024 AICE Exam Schedule

    Alachua County Public School Magnet Office

    Congratulations to Mahak Reji!

    2024 Lombardi Scholarship Recipient 






    Congratulations to our 2024 National Merit Scholarship Semifinalists!

    Cadien Archer

    Maheer Bansari

    Peter Blay

    Kyle Choe

    Kathleen Ferrer

    Ellee Guin

    Carl Jury

    Katelinn Kochtan



  • Congratulations to Stella Sumerlin!


    Stella was elected President of the Florida Association of Student Councils for the 2024/2025 school year. 



    Congratulations to Hamza Khan and Abhith Kasala!


    Hamza (GHS Cambridge Freshman!) placed first in the senior plant science section of the 2024 regional science fair held 2/12 at the O'Connell Center. 



    At the "Alachua Regional Science & Engineering Fair 2024 Competition" on February 8th at Lincoln Middle School, Abhith clinched the First Place award in the Senior Division within the Earth and Environmental Sciences Category. Adding to this success, Abhith was honored with the prestigious Best in Show award. His outstanding research and performance not only earned him this accolade but also secured a spot for him at the "Regeneron International Science and Engineering Fair" (ISEF) in Los Angeles in May 2024. 

Class of 2023 GHS Cambridge Students

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Cambridge at GHS

  • As a Cambridge International Center, Gainesville High School offers Florida BEST Standards with added rigor. Our goal is to increase students' ability and interest in being independent life-long learners. The students engage in collaborative learning that promotes critical thinking and integrates technology. They learn to communicate their ideas confidently through written and oral expression as they find solutions to problems and examine texts of history and literature.

    Our school is a Cambridge International School, registered to offer education programs from Cambridge Assessment International Education, part of the University of Cambridge. We are proud to be part of the world’s largest international community of schools, preparing students for life with Cambridge qualifications that are valued by universities and employers around the world.

    The Cambridge Pathway gives students a clear path for educational success. We shape its curriculum around how our students learn with a wide range of subjects and flexible ways to offer them. Our programs inspire students to love learning, helping them discover new abilities and a wider world.

    Students who successfully engage in the Cambridge program at GHS have been equally successful in pursuing higher education. Cambridge students have an opportunity to earn a Cambridge diploma, with a 98% success rate at GHS. Our students have attended the University of Florida, Harvard University, Yale University, Stanford University, among many other prestigious institutions for higher learning. The majority of the nation’s colleges are awarding students with advanced standing and academic credit for Cambridge examinations passed. In the state of Florida, all students passing Cambridge examinations are granted up to 45 hours of college credit at all public universities and colleges, and the state’s Bright Futures program recognizes AICE (Cambridge) diploma recipients with the Bright Futures scholarship (currently worth approximately $30,000).

    We are proud to be a Cambridge Demonstration Center.

    Please send us an email: if you have questions about the program.



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Cambridge Learner Awards!


    HIGHEST MARK IN THE USA, JUNE 2023 Exam Series


    Nate Collier


    Nathan Collier (AICE A-Level Physics)

    Jack Foran (AICE AS-Level Mathematics)

    Cambridge Scholars with Distinction (3 or more A grades on June 2023 Cambridge exams)

    c and WC. Shea and W. Thomas


    Charlotte Shea

    Jack Foran

    Vicky Jung

    William Thomas

    Cambridge Scholars with Merit (3 or more B grades on June 2023 Cambridge exams)

    Abigail Zeman Miner

    Adeline Schmidt

    Aimee Hsu

    Akshara Sisodia

    Avi Lorenzini Kelly

    Brinkley Kinsell

    Christopher Carroll

    Colin Wycoff

    Dane Holder

    Daniel Brown

    David Cagle

    Ellee Guin

    Harold Bishop

    Haven Copeland

    Jackson O'Neill

    Jacob Callaway

    Katelinn Kochtan

    Madeleine Bledsoe

    Madeleine Brown

    Mathilde Wuthrich

    Max Caldwell

    Nicholas Hirsch

    Reese Michael

    Resli Ward

    Ryleigh Peyer

    Simona German

    William Behringer

    William McDaniel

    Yoo-Shin Koh


    Cambridge Scholars (3 or more C grades on June 2023 Cambridge exams):

    Alexandra Maze

    Austin Quesenberry

    Ava Gleason

    Ayodele Olutola

    Bailey Diem

    Beatrice Lodolo Fiorani

    Cadien Archer

    Carli Sarmiento

    Charles Ye

    Chase Oyenarte

    Chloe Hebblethewaite

    Claire Rotchford

    Clare Cavallari

    Colin Frank

    Colleen Anderson

    Colton Kelly

    Cormac Davis

    Elijah Witt

    Ella Monck

    Giselle Anchors

    Haley McGill

    Hayden Veras

    Jailynn Ray

    Jaivik Patel

    Jake Qiu

    Jasmine Ver Bust

    Joshua Morison

    Karter Thorpe

    Katherine Canev

    Kaya Suvajdzic

    Kirsten Acuna

    Laura Shelnutt

    Lena Larsen Bourdeau

    Lily Carlson

    Lisa Pulkkinen

    Lucy Stanton

    Melanie Schlaefli

    Michelle Han

    Oscar Conklin

    Peter Blay

    Rishi Patel

    Shadia Helal

    Steven Kinsell

    Tyler Baughtman

    Tyler Guarino

    Wesley Melker

    Zachary Prater

Contact Us

  • Jeannie Dupler
    Cambridge Coordinator
    Email: duplerrj


    Mallory Becker
    Assistant Principal, Curriculum
    Email: beckermk

    Please send us an email: ghscambridge if you have questions about the program.

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