• Dallas

    2019 AVID National Conference | December 12–14

    Hilton Anatole | Dallas, TX

    The AVID National Conference is a forum to discuss and share innovations and best practices on how educators can systematically increase academic rigor, create engaging learning environments, accelerate the performance of underrepresented students, and deliver results schoolwide. National organizations who partner with AVID schools to promote college and career readiness are invited to share the benefits of their partnership. Educational thought leaders come together to learn from the experiences of successful AVID systems. We invite current AVID member districts, as well as those interested in learning more about AVID, to discover how it might impact their schools and communities.


    Non-AVID members can register using this form. AVID members can register by logging in to MyAVID and using the "Event Registration" tab.


    • Teams of 3 or more from the same school receive $100 off each registration.
    • Demo School participants (including their District Directors) receive 50% off registration.
    • District superintendents and college/university presidents receive free registration. Schools limited to one incentive.

    Incentives cannot be combined.


    (Open to all educators)

    Early Bird Pricing
    (ends Nov. 8, 2019)

    • AVID Members: $625
    • Non-AVID Members: $695

    Regular Conference Pricing
    (after Nov. 8, 2019)

    • AVID Members: $650
    • Non-AVID Members: $725

    (Open to AVID members only)

    • Early Bird: $675 (ends Nov. 8, 2019)
    • Regular: $695 (after Nov. 8, 2019)

    See the list of strand offerings here.


(Open to AVID Members only)

AVID’s most popular professional learning strands focus on AVID schoolwide implementation, using AVID’s proven strategies and best practices.

2019 National Conference Strands:

Participants who register for a strand are also invited to the keynote presentation, welcome reception, AVID alumni panel, student panel breakfast, and new this year, the Saturday concurrent sessions.