Putnam County Public Schools Cambridge Program


Acceleration Opportunities
Putnam County Public Schools offers many acceleration opportunities for students. Each of our area middle and high schools offers options to challenge students including Honors Programs, Cambridge Programs, AP classes and Dual Enrollment classes. Honors and Cambridge Programs are available at the elementary level as well. The school district is in the process of adding additional programs as needs arise in order to instructionally cater to our students. Transportation is provided to students who reside in the attendance area of each school with the exception of Q.I Roberts students who are bused from Central and West area hubs. Parents must provide transportation to students residing outside the attendance area of a school.


 AP and Dual Enrollment

Each of our comprehensive high schools offers AP courses.  Courses are taught at the college level. For more information, visit https://www.collegeboard.org.


Dual Enrollment courses are offered in conjunction with St. Johns River State College. For more information, please visit


Honors classes are available at the following schools: Middleton Burney Elementary School, Melrose Elementary School, Ochwilla Elementary School,  Jenkins Middle School, and Price Middle School.


The Cambridge Program (also known as AICE) is recognized by the State of Florida as the highest esteemed, most rigorous available public school program for K-12th grade students.The Cambridge Program is housed at the following schools: James A. Long Elementary School, Interlachen Elementary School, C.L.Overturf 6th Grade Center, Q.I. Roberts Jr.-Sr. High School, Miller Middle School, and Crescent City High School.

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