The Class of 2021 By the Numbers:
- 48 Graduates - AIM's 10th and Largest Class
- 3 Student Athletes Pursuing Collegiate Athletics
- 4 Graduates Attending Drexel University
- 134 Colleges & Universities Accepting Graduates
- 34 Schools Welcoming AIM's Class of 2021
- 5 Universities With Multiple AIM Students Attending in Class of 2025
- 2 Senior Speakers - Watch their Speeches Here
Providing our senior students with an opportunity to gather together each day for learning and face-to-face interaction would not have been possible without adding classroom space at the Girls Scouts facility. "Camp Senior" as it was quickly dubbed was the site this winter and spring to snowball fights, authentic Italian pizza making, our collegiate athletes Signing Day, Prom, Senior Bonfire and LOTS of learning culminating in the students' Capstone Project presentations.
Before he attends Syracuse University in the Fall of 2022, AIM senior Jared Wilen will have traveled the world. Earlier this year Jared was elected the 96th international president of Aleph Zadik Aleph (AZA) a youth-led Jewish fraternal organization for teens. In his role as president Jared, one of our two Senior Speakers at Commencement, will travel to different regional youth groups to promote the organization Read more about his work here.
The Class of 2021 parent volunteers, Sue and Tom McGrath, solicited 2021 parents to give in honor of their child's graduation to support and furnish the new Innovation Hub. A Class of 2021 Grandparent has offered to match up to $50,000 which includes all Class of 2021 gifts already made throughout the year. So far, the Class of 2021 has donated over $75,000...surpassing the match milestone.
You can enjoy a slideshow of commencement photos, check out our list of college acceptances and watch the Commencement ceremony video here.