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-  Sixteen-year-olds Andy Garcia, Nicole Dwyer and Mackenzie Fowell, left to right, listen to a story about Bob Dylan while discussing the cultural context of Joyce Carol Oates' short story 'Where are you going, Where have you been?' in Golden Gate High School English teacher Rebecca Witt's AICE English Language class on Friday, Sept. 7, 2012, in Naples. The Collier County School District is now offering Advanced International Certificate of Education, or AICE, classes to all area high school students after piloting the program at a few schools. Students completing the classes and subsequent testing through University of Cambridge will receive college credit that is recognized internationally.

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David Albers/Staff - Sixteen-year-olds Andy Garcia, Nicole Dwyer and Mackenzie Fowell, left to right, listen to a story about Bob Dylan while discussing the cultural context of Joyce Carol Oates' short story "Where are you going, Where have you been?" in Golden Gate High School English teacher Rebecca Witt's AICE English Language class on Friday, Sept. 7, 2012, in Naples. The Collier County School District is now offering Advanced International Certificate of Education, or AICE, classes to all area high school students after piloting the program at a few schools. Students completing the classes and subsequent testing through University of Cambridge will receive college credit that is recognized internationally.

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-  Sixteen-year-old Kimberly Nguyen, center, laughs with her classmates at a story about Bob Dylan while discussing the cultural context of Joyce Carol Oates' short story 'Where are you going, Where have you been?' in Golden Gate High School English teacher Rebecca Witt's AICE English Language class on Friday, Sept. 7, 2012, in Naples. The Collier County School District is now offering Advanced International Certificate of Education, or AICE, classes to all area high school students after piloting the program at a few schools. Students completing the classes and subsequent testing through University of Cambridge will receive college credit that is recognized internationally.
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-  SAT vocabulary words decorate a bulletin board in English teacher Rebecca Witt's classroom on Friday, Sept. 7, 2012, in Naples. The Collier County School District is now offering Advanced International Certificate of Education, or AICE, classes to all area high school students after piloting the program at a few schools. Students completing the classes and subsequent testing through University of Cambridge will receive college credit that is recognized internationally.
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-  Golden Gate High School English teacher Rebecca Witt discusses the cultural context of Joyce Carol Oates' short story 'Where are you going, Where have you been?' in her AICE English Language class on Friday, Sept. 7, 2012, in Naples. The Collier County School District is now offering Advanced International Certificate of Education, or AICE, classes to all area high school students after piloting the program at a few schools. Students completing the classes and subsequent testing through University of Cambridge will receive college credit that is recognized internationally.
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-  College preparatory textbooks line the shelves in English teacher Rebecca Witt's classroom on Friday, Sept. 7, 2012, in Naples.
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-Golden Gate High School juniors Spencer Marcantonio, top left, and Gina Nerlien, top right, discuss Joyce Carol Oates' short story 'Where are you going, Where have you been?' in Golden Gate High School English teacher Rebecca Witt's AICE English Language class on Friday, Sept. 7, 2012, in Naples. The Collier County School District is now offering Advanced International Certificate of Education, or AICE, classes to all area high school students after piloting the program at a few schools. Students completing the classes and subsequent testing through University of Cambridge will receive college credit that is recognized internationally.
  • In this 2012 file photo, Golden Gate High School junior Nicole Dwyer, 16, wears a t-shirt celebrating education in English teacher Rebecca Witt's AICE English Language class on Friday, Sept. 7, 2012, in Naples. The Collier County School District is now offering Advanced International Certificate of Education, or AICE, classes to all area high school students after piloting the program at a few schools. Students completing the classes and subsequent testing through University of Cambridge will receive college credit that is recognized internationally.
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-  Golden Gate High School English teacher Rebecca Witt discusses the cultural context of Joyce Carol Oates' short story 'Where are you going, Where have you been?' in her AICE English Language class on Friday, Sept. 7, 2012, in Naples. The Collier County School District is now offering Advanced International Certificate of Education, or AICE, classes to all area high school students after piloting the program at a few schools. Students completing the classes and subsequent testing through University of Cambridge will receive college credit that is recognized internationally.
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-Golden Gate High School junior Arletys Gomez, 16, discusses Joyce Carol Oates' short story 'Where are you going, Where have you been?' with classmates in Golden Gate High School English teacher Rebecca Witt's AICE English Language class on Friday, Sept. 7, 2012, in Naples. The Collier County School District is now offering Advanced International Certificate of Education, or AICE, classes to all area high school students after piloting the program at a few schools. Students completing the classes and subsequent testing through University of Cambridge will receive college credit that is recognized internationally.
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-  Sixteen-year-olds Andy Garcia, Nicole Dwyer and Mackenzie Fowell, left to right, listen to a story about Bob Dylan while discussing the cultural context of Joyce Carol Oates' short story 'Where are you going, Where have you been?' in Golden Gate High School English teacher Rebecca Witt's AICE English Language class on Friday, Sept. 7, 2012, in Naples. The Collier County School District is now offering Advanced International Certificate of Education, or AICE, classes to all area high school students after piloting the program at a few schools. Students completing the classes and subsequent testing through University of Cambridge will receive college credit that is recognized internationally.
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Golden Gate High School juniors Nicole Dwyer, left, and Mackenzie Fowell  with classmates in Golden Gate High School English teacher Rebecca Witt's AICE English Language class on Friday, Sept. 7, 2012.

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