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A strong school profile benefits schools and students by giving universities and colleges context about a student's opportunities and environment in high school or secondary school. For Cambridge schools, an important part of the profile is Cambridge International courses and assessments, including Cambridge IGCSE and Cambridge International AS & A Levels.
A school profile is a concise snapshot of a secondary school. It’s not always required, but a school profile can be a powerful component of a student’s college or university application. Although most common in the US and Canada, school profiles are used increasingly in other countries to add context to student applications.
Each school is unique and there is no single template for a perfect school profile. However, the following guidance may be useful.
Admissions offices are looking for essential information in an easy-to-scan format. We recommend you:
The language below can be pasted easily into your profile as needed. You may also include a Cambridge International School logo image. Get Cambridge International logos (access restricted to Cambridge schools).
US schools that refer to Cambridge International courses and exams as AICE or Pre-AICE may want to add a brief explanation:
For more materials to help your school explain the Cambridge Pathway to parents, students and other audiences visit the Communications toolkit.