More than half of this year's graduating AVID seniors will go on to a four-year university, and a third will go on to a two-year college.
The district's contract with AdvancePath Learning ends this summer, but the credit-recovery model will continue at Encina, San Juan and La Entrada high schools.
The course will benefit students who need room in their schedules for academic, athletic or extracurricular interests.
Under California’s new model for funding schools, every district in the state is required to produce a local control accountability plan, or LCAP. Share your input about San Juan Unified's draft plan.