The information that I have given above is correct to the best of my knowledge.
Please provide the history of the schools your child has attended (kindergarten or beyond) for each of the following questions. If you know the month and date, please provide those as well.
The information you provide is strictly confidential. This information will not be connected to your student. The information is used only in reporting group level results, never individual results.
“Some college” means completion of any courses within a two- or four-year academic program - it does not include vocational or technical schools. “College graduate” means a parent or guardian graduated with a B.A. or B.S. (Bachelor of Arts or Sciences) degree or an equivalent degree from a foreign university. Vocational or trade school should be marked as “High school graduate.”
The information that I have given above is correct to the best of my knowledge .
In case we are unable to reach you during an emergency, you authorize to contact and, if necessary, release your child to any of the following:
School-wide Announcements/Messages from Staff
Who should we contact for messages from staff/faculty such as announcements and individual messages about your child’s behavior, attendance, and academic performance?
The information that I have given above is correct to the best of my knowledge.
Directions: The California Education Code contains legal requirements which direct schools to determine the language(s) spoken in the home of each student. This information is essential in order for the school to provide adequate instructional programs and services.
As parents or guardians, your cooperation is requested in complying with this legal requirement. Please respond to each of the questions listed below as accurately as possible. For each question, write the name of the language that applies in the space provided. Please do not leave any question unanswered.
Note: Please list only one language per question.
I hereby grant permission to allow for my daughter/son, test aa ttet, to be photographed. I fully understand that these pictures may be used for a variety of publications; such as community newspapers, school slide/picture presentations, brochures, internet publications or other similar school publications.
I also give permission for his/her name to be printed along with the photographs.
Making a good impression upon our community will help foster productive relationships with our community partners and help each student represent Avance in the classroom and future networking opportunities. Dressing for college and career readiness will allow our students to:
Therefore, students of Academia Avance are required to wear a uniform. Please read carefully as adjustments and clarifications from previous years are provided below. Complete uniform guidelines can be found online at www.academiaavance.org .
Avance does not allow HOODED SWEATSHIRT OR HOODED JACKET unless it bears
Avance does not allow COLLEGE HOODED SWEATSHIRT OR HOODED JACKET.
Free Dress (Only given as incentives)
Avance does not allow HOODED SWEATSHIRT OR HOODED JACKET on Free Dress Day.
NOT ACCEPTED DAILY
**Avance students must remove all facial piercings when attending a community or special event
I, ss ss, understand that my student, test aa ttet, must comply with the uniform guidelines set forth by Academia Avance. Failure to do so will result in disciplinary action in compliance with Academia Avance Charter & California Code of Education.
Student Academic Pledge:
I recognize that going to school is very important. I am aware that my parents and the school expect me to be a hard worker at Academia Avance so that I may be successful in college. I understand that during the academic year I will be responsible for:
Parent/Guardian Academic Pledge:
I understand that my child’s studies are of extreme importance and that my participation in activities at Academia Avance are a critical component in my child’s academic success. I will be responsible for:
My child and I have discussed these responsibilities and the Code of Conduct. In consideration of the unique opportunities offered by Academia Avance, we voluntarily agree to fulfill all of the commitments listed above.
The Avance Behavior Plan was created to meet three goals:
The plan has 5 tiered levels of behaviors and consequences. Complete Behavior guidelines and matrix can be found online at www.academiaavance.org.
The schools follow the practices of Restorative Justice to find resolution for issues with students. An overview is provided in this guide: Restorative Practice Parent Booklet
**In addition, positive programs to support and motivate students will accompany the plan.
Cell Phone/ Smart Device Usage
In order to maintain a focused academic environment and support all student learning, students at the Middle School, must turn in cell phones and smart devices at the beginning of the day. Devices are returned to students at the endof the day. High School students are not allowed to use personal cell phones in all classes or during passing periods. During lunch time, students will be allowed to use their cell phones with the following conditions:
Defamation of Academia Avance Charter School will not be tolerated and will result in loss of cell phone privileges.
If student fails to abide by this policy, cell phone will be forfeited and if it is a continuous problem a meeting with the parent and student will be held to determine disciplinary action. Students are NOT allowed to use AcademiaAvance’s Internet/ WIFI for personal use. We ask that parents/guardians not contact students during class/instructional time.
Academia Avance is not responsible for loss, damage or theft of any electronic device. If lost, there will be no compensation.
My signature below indicates that I have read and accepted the Avance Behavior Plan.
Avance intranet (inside Avance), Internet and all electronic equipment and hardware in the Academia Avance IT system in a creative and productive way. However, there are limitations on how these resources may be used.
With this in mind, Academia Avance wishes to ensure that all users understand the following:
Account Information & Privacy
Non-Avance Equipment and Use
Users Must Be Lawful and Inoffensive
By signing below, I agree to abide by the requirements set forth above for the types of access I have to Avance IT resources, both on school sites and through remote access of Avance systems. I specifically agree to the monitoring of communications and non-privacy provisions set forth above. I understand that any violation of this agreement may result in loss of access or services, disciplinary action, termination of employment, or prosecution under federal and state laws.
If the user is a student and is under 18 year of age, he or she must have his or her parents or guardians read and sign this agreement. Avance cannot provide access to any student who, if 18 or older, fails to sign and submit this agreement to Avance as directed or, if less than 18, does not return this agreement as directed with the signatures of the students and his/her parents or guardians. Upon reviewing, signing, and returning this agreement, the student will be given the opportunity to use the Avance network.
YOUR ENROLLMENT WILL NOT BE CONSIDERED COMPLETE UNTIL YOU TURN IN THE FOLLOWING DOCUMENTS, WHICH YOU MAY UPLOAD IN THIS FORM, BRING TO THE SCHOOL, OR SEND TO ENROLL@ACADEMIAAVANCE.COM
Documents to be turned in:
I have filled out this application completely and accurately. I understand that any omissions or misstatements could result in the rejection of the application and loss of placement in our lottery system. I verify that the information in this application is true and correct to the best of my knowledge.
You may contact the school at any time using the following details:Academia Avance Front Office115 N Avenue 53P.O. Box 42095Los Angeles, CA 90042Phone: 323-230-7270Fax: 213-652-0994