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Welcome to CAMP!

The Computer And Media Pathway at Apple Valley High School

CAMP envisions students of various abilities and backgrounds using technology to improve their individual academic achievement as well to enhance their career opportunities and options. CAMP graduates will demonstrate industry-ready skills, attitudes, and behaviors that will enable them to enter the informational technology profession directly or to continue their post-secondary education.

As an Academy, CAMP schedules its students into classes taught by a core group of teachers. These teachers encourage students to use technology in their classes for note taking, research, and activities. Each year includes a cross-curricular project: in the sophomore year, students participate in “The Zombie Apocalypse”; in the junior year, students complete the “CAMP Tank” project; and in their senior year, students will produce a portfolio to highlight their skills and help them transition to a university, trade school, or directly to the industry.

Please click here HERE for CAMP Back to school night presentation.

View our YouTube page at: avhscamp or click on the logo below.

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News

The CAMP and MAHST Academies have been nominated for “Distinguished Academies” through the California Department of Education, CTE division. They will be on our campus February 7th and 8th to review the programs. There are only 9 Academies in the state of California with this designation. Congrats!

Upcoming Field Trips:

January 28th- SkillsUSA “skills” competition. Located at San Bernardino Valley College. Report to AVHS at 5:15am. Buses depart at 5:30am. Permission slips need to be turned into Mrs. Peratt

Feburary 4th- SkillsUSA “leadership” competition. Located at Granite Hills High School. Your parent needs to provide transportation. Food for lunch will be provided. Permission slips need to be turned into Mrs. Peratt

February 16th, 2017- CAMP Day In. This event is for CAMPers grade 9-12. We will participate in team building activities and leadership activities. Lunch is provided. Report to AVHS at 7:00am. Buses depart at 8:15am. Buses return to AVHS at approx. 1:30pm. Permission slips need to be turned into Mrs. Peratt. You must have 9 or less demerits to participate.

March 10th 2017- CAMP Night In. This event is for CAMPers grade 9-12. We will participate in team building activities and leadership activities.  Event starts at  AVHS GYM  at 5:00pm. We will play games as well as work on skills such as photography and videography. Parents need to pick you up the following morning at 8:00am, after Mr. Ostlie and Mr. Haglund cook us a fabulous breakfast. Permission slips need to be turned into Mrs. Peratt. You must have 9 or less demerits to participate.

April 19th, 2017 National College Fair held in Ontario, CA!  This event is for CAMPers grade 9-11. We will attend the college fair, and students will have the opportunity to start looking for colleges they are interested in. Report to AVHS at 7:00am. Buses depart at 7:30am. Buses return to AVHS at approx. 2:00pm. Permission slips need to be turned into Mrs. Peratt. You must have 9 or less demerits to participate.

This letter went home Tuesday, Oct. 25th to all students with D’s or F’s. Please look for it. Call us or email us with any questions.

Our CAMP Team:

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SkillsUSA- CAMP students make a mark at Nationals 2016!!

This June, 4 Sundevils  traveled to Louisville, Ky. to represent California in the National SkillsUSA Competition. Congrats Natalie B, MacKensie G who participated in the “Digital Cinema” contest. They placed 6th in the Nation!Gabe L, and Ahsan B.! Gabe L, and Ahsan B. participated in the “Web Page Design” contest. They also placed 6th in the Nation! Great job to these amazing CAMP students. Please click here for more information: http://www.avhscamp.com/2016/08/skillsusa-nationals-june-20-25-2016-louisville-ky/

We have been busy adding our videos to YouTube. Please check out our page at:  AVHS CAMP

Articulation Agreements

We have been working on approving more courses that articulate with college courses at VVC, most of these units are all CSU/UC approved transferable units. The 2016-17 Articulated Classes are: 

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