• AVID Proven Achievement. Lifelong Advantage. Figure of a person throwing a graduation cap in the air. Program Overview

    AVID is a college preparatory elective that helps students succeed in rigorous curricula. During AVID class, students will learn several success skills, such as organization, study and test-taking tips, note taking and time management. Students also participate in tutorial sessions.

    AVID is a course of study extending through twelfth grade.  As growing scholars, AVID standards are practiced and mastered over time.  We continually work within these standards with the end result of “college attractiveness” and success!

    Accolades

    • Over 200 students enrolled in the program
    • Each academic group takes three field trips per year to local colleges
    • 2016-2017 Highly Certified National AVID Site
    • 83% of current AVID students have "C's" or better in their core classes
    • Applications are always being accepted


    We are always looking for parent/adult tutors to help support our AVID students.  If you have any questions or want to be involved, please contact Ryan Morse.

     

    If you are interested in applying for the AVID program at OMMN, please click on the link below for an application, complete it and return it to Ryan Morse at rmorse@aacps.org. You can also drop off the completed applications to the front office of the school.

    If you are interested in chaperoning a field trip, please complete the Chaperone Background check which is linked below.

     

    Spanish Application

    AVID Application

     

    Chaperone Background Check

Contacts

  • Old Mill Middle School North
    610 Patriot Lane
    410-969-5950

    Ryan Morse
    rmorse@aacps.org
    AVID Site Coordinator

     Daon Riley

    Daon's email

    AVID Elective Teacher