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AVID application Westwood
AVID (Advancement Via Individual Determination), an internationally recognized program, is an elective class offered to students who would like to prepare for entrance into advanced classes in high school and eventually college/university. The curriculum features writing, inquiry, collaboration, organization, reading, note-taking, study skills, team building, and career/college activities. Criteria taken into consideration for all applicants include: GPA, conduct, attendance, and state test scores. Parents, please have your STUDENT fill out the application.
Student name *
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Parent/ Guardian's Name *
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Grade level next school year: *
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Current School *
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Home address *
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City *
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Cell/ Home Phone *
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Work Phone
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Parent/ guardian's email address
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Besides, English do you speak another language? *
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Will you be the first in your family to attend college? *
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Will you be the first in your family to graduate from a four-year university? *
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What are your career goals? *
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Have your ever been enrolled in AVID before? *
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If so where?
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Are you willing to work hard to succeed in your classes
Are you determined to try new study habits?
Do you take initiative and personal responsibility in your classes?
Are you willing to be a school leader and be a school leader and be involved in the AVID program?
Are you willing to make a commitment to the AVID program?
Any AVID students will take at least one advanced class (typically science) before leaving Westwood Middle School. Are you willing to participate in this?
What about AVID appeals to you? What makes you a strong candidate for the AVID Elective?
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Describe what is most difficult or challenging to you in school and explain what you have done in the past when you had a difficult experience?
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