The Cambridge Program Overview

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Class of 2023 GHS Cambridge Students

  • 2023

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.



  • Cambridgge

Regional Science and Engineering Fair Winner

  • GHS sophomore , Abhith Kasala, participated in the 2023 Alachua County Regional Science and Engineering fair (as a freshman) and took the top place in the Senior (HS) division of the Environmental Science projects.  Abhith, who is in our Cambridge program, won first place with his project titled "GLOBAL PLASTIC POLLUTION: A novel investigation of the ecotoxicological effects of microplastics on Danio rerio (Zebrafish) embryonic development and assessing the biomarkers to determine morphology, and organ viability, a holistic approach."  Abhith moved on to the state competition with his project and took 3rd place in the category of Earth and Envinronmental Sciences. He also won the SIWI Stockholm Junior Water Prize Award of Excellence for a Water Related Science Research Project.


    2023 SJWP State WinnersAbhith

@CambridgeInt Awards

  • Congratulations to the following students on receiving @CambridgeInt Awards! We couldn’t be prouder of these exceptional students who have demonstrated academic excellence within our local and global community!

    Charles Ye
    Nathan Collier
    Yoo-Min Koh
    Aiden Kittelson
    Jacob Callaway
    Alexander Johnstone
    Harold Bishop
    Katherine Canev
    Abigail Bumgarner
    Abigail Eckhardt
    Agustin Olmos
    Aruna Thomas
    Catherine Berceli
    Charles Ye
    Claire Fisher
    Colin Frank
    Colleen Anderson
    Corrin Pulliam
    Ethan Fleming
    Eva Schuh
    Gabriel Suvajdzic
    Gayathry Prabhakaran
    Grant Gravlee
    Hayat Shemsedin
    Hayden Veras
    Haylee Fiske
    Isabella Goodnight
    Janani Kumaran
    Jenny Lopez
    John Jones
    Karlyn Hoon
    Katherine Sammy
    Lara Deturris
    Lauren Sanders
    Lillian Wuthrich
    Loren Whitaker
    Lucas Cruz Murphy
    Mary Schenck
    Molly Branham
    Nicholas Hirsch
    Noah Van Riper
    Rahaf Al-Takrouri
    Sofia Vivas
    Taylor Mccracken
    Virginia Riva Niccolini
    Aidan Fuller
    Annabella Veltcheva
    Annie Mcleod
    Carina Kaplan
    Derrick Matthews
    Hannah Bokor
    Isabella Eury
    Jayla Clark
    Julia Hopping
    Juliana Bart
    Julie Waldrop
    Kalley Waldrop
    Madison Prater
    Maheer Bansari
    Nicholas Lloyd
    Verda Gordu
    Abigail Zeman Miner
    Adrian Medina
    Aidan Bloch
    Akshara Sisodia
    Alexandra Whitney
    Allen Kurian
    Alondra Rodriguez
    Aviv Amdur
    Brennan Kade
    Dane Houder
    Dante Reccoppa
    David Cagle
    David Seppala
    Emma Mcswain
    Finnigan Smith
    Hannah Palka
    Jackson O'Neill
    Jessica Lu
    Jessica Russ
    Kara Hammersmark
    Kaylee Postoak
    Lena Larsen Bourdeau
    Madeleine Bledsoe
    Max Caldwell
    Megan Layne
    Michelle Han
    Nicholas Meert
    Nicholas Shunick
    Nicholas Upshaw
    Owen Hays
    Robert Law
    Rosamae Idiong
    Shadia Helal
    Siya Patel
    Tuan Anh Nguyen
    Tyler Baughtman
    Tyler Guarino
    Tyler Knopf
    Vassilis Johnston
    Vicky Shi
    Vincent Griffin
    William Behringer
    William Mcdaniel
    Yodelix Melendez
    Yoo Shin Koh




@CambridgeInt Learner Awards

  • Extending a special shout-out to Charles Ye, Nathan Collier, and Yoo-Min Koh on achieving prestigious @CambridgeInt Learner Awards. Charles received this award for Top in the Country on the Economics exam, Nathan received this award for Top in the Country on the Physics exam, and Yoo-Min received this award for Top in the Country on the Math exam!

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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