• Advanced Studies Programs

    Overview of Advanced Studies Opportunities

    To view the comprehensive information on all that Naples High School has to offer in advanced studies.

    • Students in the graduating class of 2022, please click HERE.

    The Cambridge Advanced International Certificate of Education (AICE) Program

    The Cambridge Advanced International Certificate of Education (AICE) Program at Naples High School gives highly capable students the opportunity to tailor advanced academic course selections to their individual interests, abilities, strengths, and future plans within an international curricular framework.  Courses are offered on the Advanced Subsidiary (AS) and Advanced (A) levels and may lead a student to earn an internationally recognized Cambridge AICE Diploma and college credits. 
     
    For more information visit the Cambridge International website at www.cambridgeinternational.org.
     
    To request a student transcript, CLICK HERE.

    The College Board Advanced Placement (AP) Program 

    The College Board Advanced Placement (AP) courses are rigorous, college-level classes in a variety of subjects that give students an opportunity to gain the skills and experience colleges recognize.  For more information visit the College Board website at www.collegeboard.org 
     
    Florida Gulf Coast University Collegiate High School
     
    Florida Gulf Coast University Accelerated Collegiate Experience is an early admissions program for highly motivated and exceptionally qualified 11th and 12th grade high school students. This special program allows students to attend FGCU as a fulltime university student. Collegiate High School students complete high school graduation requirements while simultaneously earning college credit. For more information visit the Accelerated Collegiate Experience at www.fgcu.edu/ace.

    Florida Southwestern State College Dual Enrollment Program

    The Dual Enrollment program offers high school juniors and seniors the opportunity to earn credit towards both high school graduation and college. Courses are offered on the college campus or on the campus of the various participating public high schools. Readiness for this program is determined through an examination of the student's high school GPA and scores earned on the ACT-E, SAT-R or FCELPT. For more information visit the Dual Enrollment web site at http://www.fsw.edu/dualenrollment.