In light of the decisions that counties have made due to the coronavirus, all AMP Sessions have been canceled until April 13, 2020. We value the safety and health of our students, and we will announce next steps after we receive updates from our county partners.
 
Students will NOT have to makeup the sessions that are canceled. Please check our website for further updates and cancelations.

Arlington County

Middle School

High School

Fairfax County

Middle School

High School

Prince William

Middle School

High School

Manassas City

Middle School

High School


  • AMP Students after a productive AMP session

  • Students working hard on their homework at AMP

  • Some of our EIP students collaborate on a practice presentation with a mentor

  • AMP students listen to their mentor's instruction

  • A student success coach and a student converse about the students school and after school life

  • EIP students hard at work on their homework

  • AMP mentor assists her student

  • Student meets with their Student Success Coach to discuss academic life

  • Students collaborate on their homework

  • Student meets with their Student Success Coach to discuss academic life


Missed an AMP session?

AMP Make Up Procedure Instructions

Please note, there is a limit of making up an AMP session with a teacher of only 3 times per semester.     

Attendance to AMP is mandatory and has a significant effect on the program status of an EIP student.

 

For more information, please reference Student Handbook


 

2018-2019 Student AMP Survey 

All students MUST complete the AMP survey by April 27, 2019. This assessment informs the program the level of satisfaction with the services and what changes are needed for the following academic year.

 


 

For AMP questions, please contact your corresponding AMP county supervisor:

CountyAMP coordinatorEmail
Arlington, Manassas City, Manassas Park, and Prince WilliamJhessyka Vargasjvargasf@gmu.edu
Alexandria City, Falls Church City, and FairfaxAaron Muzamuz@gmu.edu

 

Please call EIP office 703-993-3120 or email eip@gmu.edu if you have any questions.