Advancement Via Individual Determination


For additional information about the AVID program, please contact Jennifer Wolf, AVID Site Coordinator (jwolf@csd99.org) or Vince Walsh-Rock, AVID Administrator (vwalsh-rock@csd99.org)

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AVID Achievements

AVID Class 2019 - FAFSA results

Senior class results
AVID 2019
AVID 2018
AVID 2017


AVID's mission is to close the achievement gap by preparing all students for college readiness and success in a global society.

AVID Helpful Links

DGS Scholarship List
Important Tests
Financial Aid Information

AVID Frequently Asked Questions

How do current freshman or sophomores become a part of the AVID program? Freshman  and sophomores interested in learning more about the program should contact Jennifer Wolf - DGS AVID Site Coordinator.

What is AVID?


DGS AVID Site Team

AVID Activities

Writing, Inquiry, Collaboration, Organization, and Reading (WICOR) methods are the basis for curriculum instruction.

Students participate in field trips to colleges/universities.

College students act as role models and facilitate academic discussion in regularly scheduled tutorial groups.

Students develop academic and social skills for success in all subject areas.

Guest speakers provide motivation and college and career information.

AVID students participate in extracurricular and community events.

AVID Events

AVID Parent University:                   October 21, 2020 - 6:30 pm Click here to view presentation
AVID Application Deadline:              December 11, 2020
AVID Student Selection:                  Week of January 20, 2021
AVID Program Breakfast:                TBA
AVID Senior Banquet                       TBA