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

    AVID is an academic elective course comprised of over 200 students. Interested students complete an application and participate in the AVID interview process from which selections are made based on the AVID criteria and available spots.

    AVID is designed to provide academic support to students "in the middle" in order to prepare them for eligibility to four-year colleges and universities. In the AVID elective, students focus on writing, reading, inquiry, collaboration and organization while engaging in higher level thinking, teambuilding and college exploration. AVID students also are assisted by AVID Tutors in facilitating small group tutorials with their peers.

    Accolades

    • In 2016-2017 AVID graduates received 1.5 million dollars in scholarship money
    • The AVID program at CHS currently has 128 students in grades 9-12
    • 99% of AVID seniors were accepted to either a 4 year college or community college

    How to get involved in the Chesapeake High School AVID program

    • Tutor
    • Chaperone
    • Parent Workshops
    • AVID club
    • Senior mentor

Contacts

  • Chesapeake High School
    4798 Mountain Road
    Pasadena, MD 21122

    Tami Beyer
    tbeyer@aacps.org
    AVID Site Coordinator

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