Congratulations Cambridge award winners! with Cambridge Assessment International Education logo

Cambridge Assessment International Education recognized six Prince William County Public Schools (PWCS) high school students for their exemplary performance on Cambridge Programme exams in 2023. These students received the Cambridge Scholar award for passing at least three end-of-course exams.

Congratulations to PWCS’ Cambridge Scholar award recipients:

Cambridge Scholar with Merit

  • Aidan Partridge, Brentsville District High School

Cambridge Scholar

  • Seline Chi, Potomac High School
  • Sara Doan, Potomac High School
  • Md Rahman, Potomac High School
  • Vanessa Thomas, Potomac High School
  • Anthony Vu, Potomac High School

“At Potomac High School, we are proud to be one of approximately 10,000 Cambridge International schools around the globe offering rigorous AICE and IGCSE curriculum courses in multiple subject areas,” said Brandon Boles, principal of Potomac High School. “We celebrate both our Cambridge teachers and staff and [the] Potomac Cambridge scholars for representing the brilliance seen throughout our school, our community, and our division.”

The Cambridge Programme is one of three advanced academic specialty programs offered in PWCS. The internationally-focused program offers a rigorous curriculum that prepares students for life, helping them develop an informed curiosity and a lasting passion for lifelong learning.

Students in the Cambridge Programme take end-of-course exams that allow them to earn college credits and/or advanced college placement with qualifying scores.

PWCS’ Cambridge Programme is offered at Brentsville District and Potomac High Schools. Rising 9th, 10th, and 11th grade students are eligible to apply for the programs through PWCS’ specialty program application process. Applications are open each year from November 1 through February 1.

Learn more about the Cambridge Programme in PWCS.