Upper School News

Isabelle Jolinger TD Bank Young Hero Recipient

Recent AIM graduate Isabelle Jolinger was recently named a National Liberty Museum Young Hero for 2019. Jolinger, who will attend Syracuse University this fall, is among 13 young people recognized by the organization with the TD Bank Young Heroes Awards given to young people who have taken action to make positive social change in their schools and communities.

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2019 Commencement Speaker Photo

AIM Academy is excited to announce that this year's commencement speaker for our June 7th Graduation will be Daniel Joseph, a Principle Special Effects and Illusion Designer at Walt Disney Imagineering. Since our first Commencement in 2012 we have been committed to having our seniors final "lesson" be from an individual who, like our graduates, has a learning disability and understands acutely the grit and determination required to achieve remarkable outcomes. We look forward to Daniel sending our 29 seniors into the world at graduation wit his remarks and hope that you will join us on Friday, June 7.

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AIM Class of 2018 is School's Largest Class

Faculty, students, families and friends gathered for AIM Academy’s seventh Upper School commencement exercises on Friday, June 1 as members of the Class of 2018, the largest senior class in the school’s 12-year history, received their diplomas.

Marcus Soutra, president of the national student mentoring organization Eye to Eye delivered the school’s commencement address sharing a mentoring moment with the audience that focused on embracing learning differences and why he dedicated himself to creating an organization designed to “unlock greatness in the 1 in 5 who learn differently.”

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