Two boys who just graduated from the GHS AVID program say the presumption that they would go to college was at first foreign.
At his Central Middle School internship, Miguel said there are 6th graders who already know they want to go to Cornell and be a neurobiologist or they say they want to go to Harvard and study law. Continue Reading →
“There is no age limit on learning. I did not get my doctorate until I was nearly 50. Dr. Winters did not get his until he was approaching 100.” – Deputy Superintendent Ellen Flanagan to GHS AVID Class of ’14 Continue Reading →
A GHS event for incoming AVID 9th graders was a night of inspiration and celebration. Upperclassmen referred to AVID staff as ‘your saviors’ and expressed gratitude for the program which many credited with their becoming the first in their families to head off to college. Continue Reading →