AVID (Advancement Via Individual Determination) 

Avid is an elective class that helps students to become college, career, or military ready.  The AVID class encourages students to take rigorous courses and provides them with the support needed to help them excel in these courses and be ready for life after high school.  Regardless of their life circumstances, AVID students overcome obstacles and achieve success. Not only do they graduate and attend college at higher rates, but more importantly, they can think critically, collaborate, and set high expectations to confidently conquer the challenges that await them.  

WICOR Posters (1).pdf

The AVID Curriculum

The AVID curriculum, based on rigorous standards, was developed by middle and senior high school teachers in collaboration with college professors. It is driven by the WICOR method (Writing, Inquiry, Collaboration, and Organization, and Reading). AVID curriculum is used in AVID elective classes, in content-area classes in AVID schools, and AVID strategies are encouraged to be used schoolwide so that all students may benefit. 

AVID Helps Students: 

Fridays are Family Challenge Days 

Each week students collaborate with their peers to problem-solve and complete a fun challenge. The students above are building lifesaver go carts. They will then use a fan to determine whose design will go the furthest. 

 The Pringle Challenge

Who can be in AVID?

AVID students have academic potential and individual determination. We accept students who:

AVID students might be the first in their family to attend college, but this is not a requirement. 

AVID is Family 

In AVID, students build relationships with their peers. The bond that they create allows them to have a support system that helps them when things are challenging and cheer for them when they achieve their goals.