The Administration of Justice Program provides a unique and wonderful opportunity for the students to interact one on one with attorneys and other members of the criminal justice system. Through Mock Trial Competitions and Attorney Shadowing Events, the students make early and important contacts with professionals who can assist them in fulfilling their career goals. The students have the real advantage of learning what the criminal justice professions truly entail, so they can make informed decisions about their career goals and better prepare themselves.
AVID stands for “Advancement via Individual Determination”. It is an ACADEMIC ELECTIVE designed to both prepare (ensure that each AVID student enrolls in the required “a-g” coursework and take the tests for college acceptance) and ready (teach and instill in each AVID student the necessary academic and social skills) to maintain enrollment at the university. Each AVID student is encouraged to take the most rigorous courses possible.
- Architectural Design
- Design, Visual, and Media Arts
- Patient Care
KMMI has been a fully funded California Partnership Academysince the year 1990. The California Partnership Academy model is a three-year program (grades ten-twelve) structured as a school-within-a-school. Academies incorporate integrated academic and career technical education, business partnerships, mentoring, and internships.
Congratulations to Montgomery High School student Susan Pierce for winning First Place, Best in Class, and Best of Show in Thematic Art at the San Diego County Fair! Also to the Student Showcase Donated Award winners Sophia Bobis and Daniel Gochicoa and the 26 first place winners from teacher Lynette Young-Golding!