A monologue crafted in AIM Academy's Improv Drama class by AIM junior Liam Feeney '18 is being performed on stage by a professional actor this week during the Philadelphia Young Playwrights 2017 Young Voices Monologue Festival at the Drake Theatre. Liam was one of just 18 Philadelphia-area students whose creative monologues were chosen from almost 450 submissions to be performed by actors during the festival.
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As you consider your child's education plans for next year, know that benefiting from AIM Academy's evidence-based, arts-focused, college-prep curriculum for children with learning differences may be just a van ride away from New Jersey, Buck County, Blue Bell and West Chester.
The Class of 2017 is enjoying their final AIM Academy Spring Break mulling over college acceptances and considering their next steps after AIM.The AIM College Counseling team has been working hard to guide students in finding their best-fit college choice over the past 6 plus months. With the ultimate goal of college graduation for all AIM graduates, our work is also highly individualized.
This week our 7th grade students have stepped back in time as they explore Colonial Williamsburg while our 8th graders have engaged in hands-on ecological studies in the Teton Mountains as they snowshoe, dig snow study pits and take journal notes outside in the snow at the Teton Science School.
We've enjoyed watching literacy research in action this week as AIM Research Advisory Board member Dr. Don Compton of the Florida Center for Reading Research and six other researchers with the Variable Vowel Collaborative have begun work on another research study using AIM students.