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PASS AmeriCorps


​PASS (Promoting Achievement & Student Success) AmeriCorps

PASS (Promoting Achievement & Student Success) is a leadership and mentoring program that operates full time on campus here at Rancho Buena Vista High School. An AmeriCorps PASS mentor will meet with participating students to provide one-on-one and/or small group mentoring sessions to build positive relationships, offer academic support, and provide character development activities so students can increase their connection to school and academic achievement.  Students will also have the opportunity to engage in school leadership, community volunteer opportunities, and receive youth development and prevention/intervention curriculum lessons as outlined in our program. 

​PASS is located in room 322. Stop by between 7:00am and 3:30pm

760-727-7284 ext. 72322



Making a Difference in Our Public Schools

Across San Diego County, there are PASS AmeriCorps members asking the following question: “What can I do to make a difference in our public schools?” Part of the reason they’re asking this question is because October 28th was Make a Difference Day. The other is because it is one of their service year objectives.

PASS AmeriCorps members have been placed at their schools with the stated goal of Promoting Achievement and Student Success (PASS). In other words, they are there to make a difference. How much difference can one service member make? Is it ever just one person who accomplishes lasting change?

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PASS AmeriCorps Mentor Lei Ai


PASS AmeriCorps Mentor Christina