AVID Application 6th Grade
AVID (Advancement Via Individual Determination) is a college preparatory program. Middle school level AVID students participate in college readiness and awareness activities such as visiting college campuses, researching and participating in a College Fair, taking the SAT9 exam, note taking and gaining exposure to various occupations that require college degrees from Guest Speakers throughout the year. Through the use of WICOR strategies: writing, inquiry, collaboration and organization, students will be prepared for the most rigorous classes in middle school and Advanced Placement courses at the high school level. Moreover, through the tutorial process, students not only learn inquiry-based strategies to solve their homework problems from core classes, they build solid relationships with classmates which are strengthened by attending exclusive after school events that result in a strong sense of community and family-oriented environment that in return builds self-esteem, communication, and confidence in each student. Application and Interview required.

Apply to the CLMS AVID program by filling out the form below. Answer all questions to the best of your ability. Once finished, your responses will be submitted and reviewed by our AVID team. All applications are due by April 7th!

Student First Name
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Student Last Name
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Student Gender
Student Phone Number
Parent Cell or Home Phone are okay.
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Student Email
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Parent (1) or Guardian First and Last Name
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Parent (2) or Guardian First and Last Name
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Parent or Guardian Phone Number
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Parent/Guardian (1) Email
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Parent/Guardian (2) Email
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Highest Level of Education of Your Parent/Guardian:
Ethnic Background (Mark all that apply):
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How would you describe your child's study habits?
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School Student is Currently Attending:
Teacher student currently has:
If he/she has more than one teacher, please list the Language Arts Teacher.
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