- Learning Point
- Advancement Via Individual Determination (AVID)
- 504 Plan
- Individual Education Plan
- Introduction to High School Algebra
- Student Tutor List available upon request in Suncenter
Web based communication for students and parents. Pertinent information such as grades, assignments, and contact information is posted. See Learningpoint.org or access directly from the Mt Carmel website. You will need your student’s identification number and grid number.
Advancement Via Individual Determination (AVID)
AVID is a college preparatory program for students who are academically “in the middle” who meet two of the following qualifiers: low socio-economic status, first generation college, and/or between a 2.5-3.5 grade point average, exhibiting potential to attain acceptance to a four year university. Contact your student’s counselor for more information.
Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act prohibits discrimination based on disability. This law protects students who have a physical or mental impairment which substantially limits one or more major life activities. A team of educators convenes to determine if a student qualifies for a 504 Plan. Consideration for a 504 Plan is usually preceded by an SAT or IAT. Click here to view A Parent’s Guide to Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act. Contact your student’s counselor for more information.
Individual Education Plan
The Individual Education Program Plan (IEP) is a written plan developed by a team that identifies the student’s academic goals and the methods to obtain these goals. This team includes the student, parents, general and special education professionals, as well as other individuals deemed appropriate. The school psychologist, in conjunction with the special education department, determines eligibility for an IEP based upon the results of academic, cognitive, and/or speech and language testing. Contact your student’s counselor for more information.
Introduction to High School Algebra
This class is designed for the student who needs to master computational skills such as fractions, decimals, and percents. The main focus of this class is to help build the foundational skills required to be successful in Algebra and beyond. This course meets the PUSD math requirement. Contact your student’s counselor for more information.
Library is open Monday - Thursday 7:10am to 3:30pm and Friday 7:10am to 3:00pm.
Tutorial Pilot Program