AIM Academy Highlights

  • Commitment to excellence accounts for AIM’s dramatic enrollment growth from 24 to 253 students in seven years in grades 1-12 with a projected enrollment of 300 students in five years.
     
  • 100% of AIM graduates go on to college
     
  • ONLY school to achieve recognition from ALL of the top research-based programs including Wilson Reading System by Barbara Wilson, LETRS by Louisa Moats and RAVE-O by Maryanne Wolf
     
  • AIM Faculty receive 1500 hours of professional development annually with all educators certified in special education, content area of specialty or reading specialist
     
  • AIM Faculty routinely present at international and national conferences including IDA, ISTE, LDA and others.

  • Research Advisory Board established including world renowned researchers Ken Pugh, Ph.D., Louisa Moats, Ed.D., Daniel Berch, Ph.D., Kate Cain, BSc. DPhil., and Steven Graham, Ed.D. and Barbara Wilson, M.Ed.

  • 61,000 square foot facility with collaborative learning environment design and technology enhanced classrooms

  • New Innovation Wing complete with fully-equipped Physics Lab and Robotics Lab as well as Chemistry, Biology and Technology Labs

  • Turf soccer and lacrosse field for Middle School, JV and Varsity sport seasons

  • State of the art Dining Commons developed in conjunction with Marc Vetri Foundation

  • Our Signature Academic Clubs in the Lower School transport children back in time and Lego Robotics support scientific thought and creativity

  • This year, we have expanded our theme of Innovative Teaching, Fearless Learning to include Boundless Futures - four threads of learning connect student strengths and passions to electives, internships, travel and colleges.

    • Entrepreneurship Thread - imagine your child working with classmates on an entrepreneurial business model in Start-up Corp
    • Science and Engineering Thread – students use 3D printers to translate ideas into real-life prototypes in Robotics Class
    • Arts and Design Thread - in Arts and Design classes, your child develops public speaking skills through participation in improv classes and world-class musicals such as Grease
    • Global Sustainability – students explore energy conservation and global citizenry through international service learning projects

Interested in learning more about AIM? Please click here to fill out our inquiry form and tell us about yourself and your child. If you prefer, you can contact our Director of Admissions at 215-483-aim1 (2461).