Oakleaf High School, offers a variety of Academic Programs that students can find their path towards higher learning. Did you know that an Oakleaf High student can graduate with advanced career certificates, college credits, and even college degrees?
Advanced International Certificate of Education(AICE): The AICE Program is a rigorous, internationally recognized pre-university curriculum provided by Cambridge University in England. AICE is committed to a flexible curriculum with global acceptance while maintaining the academic rigor that is a keystone of Cambridge. Most universities in the United States award students advanced standing and academic credit for passing Cambridge/AICE examinations. Students passing examinations may earn up to 45 hours of college credit at public universities and colleges in Florida.
In addition, the Florida Bright Futures program recognizes AICE diploma recipients who also complete the required community service hours with the Florida Academic Scholars Scholarship. Learn More Here
Advanced Placement(AP) courses are designed to be rigorous college level courses and are mediated by the College Board which oversees the examination process. The courses give students an opportunity to challenge themselves and to learn the skills and experience needed for success, not only in high school but in college and beyond. Upon completion of each course, the student has an opportunity to be examined to show proficiency within the subject area and could earn college credit for the course. Learn More Here
Dual Enrollment: Dual Enrollment provides eligible accelerated high school students the opportunity to simultaneously earn both college credit and a high school diploma. Students may take a maximum of ten (10) Dual Enrollment credits in the fall and spring terms, and six (6) to eight (8) Dual Enrollment credits for the summer term (for a total of 2 courses maximum). Students looking to complete their AA degree simultaneously with their high school diploma can access an example course plan here: Learn More Here
Career and Technical Education: Students take three years of career training as electives and work towards a career or technical certificate in areas of financial accounting, graphic design, carpentry, welding, automotive repair, early childhood development, medical assisting, and more! Our students are motivated, intrigued, and challenged to level up into adulthood with a mindset focused on the future. Learn More Here