Sign and submit a Teacher Evaluation Form to your child's teacher and/or tutor. It should be mailed directly to AIM by teacher/tutor.
Submit the Individualized Education Plan (IEP), if available.
Submit the Speech/Language Evaluation and/or Occupational Therapy Evaluation, if available.
The Admissions Committee will do an initial review when all of the required documents have been submitted and received. If the Committee determines that AIM can potentially meet the learning needs of the student, the applicant will be invited for a visit.
The Admissions Committee will then do a final review of the student’s application. Their decision will be made approximately two weeks after the applicant’s visit. Admissions are rolling and mid-year spaces are offered when there are openings in the grade.
Attending a virtual Information Session is the first step in your journey to discovering more about AIM Academy, a college-prep school for 1st - 12th graders with language-based learning differences. Once you have learned more about AIM and the populations we serve, you will be invited to join us for a Tuesday Tour, that will allow you to experience AIM in action.
Please join us from 9-10 am on Friday, May 20 for our VirtualInfo Session for Parents.