Advancement Via Individual Determination
Research shows that two years of middle school AVID has a positive impact on students' course-taking patterns and academic performance in high school. Ninety percent of AVID graduates said that AVID prepared them well for college. (Center for Research and Evaluation in Education, 1999, Burlingame, CA.)
For more information about the Tulare City School District AVID program, please contact our curriculum coordinator, Debbi Parker.
Who is the AVID Student?
Students with academic potential:
- Average to high test scores
- 2.0 - 3.5 GPA
- College potential with support
- Desire and determination
You also must meet one or more of the following criteria:
- First to attend college
- Historically underserved in four year colleges
- Low income
- Special circumstances
AVID presupposes high school graduation and has university eligibility as its goal!
(AVID, New Teacher Support, Social Studies)
Teacher on Assignment
(AVID, New Teacher Support)