Enhanced Listing Aim High School Business Name: Aim High School Rating (average): (4) About Us: Aim High School is dedicated to the academic and social success of 6th-12th grade students with a variety of learning differences including autism, anxiety disorders, and attention deficits. We believe strong teacher-student relationships and small classes are key to developing students’ abilities, talents, and interests. We design personalized curriculum based on research driven assessments and engage students in a learning experience that combines strong academics and life skills. Whether college or work bound, we aim to produce graduates with integrity and character ready to lead independent and rewarding lives. The greatest motivating factor for young people is the possibility of success. We foster this possibility with small class sizes that provide our certified faculty the opportunity to get to know our students and their families on a personal level. This allows us to tailor curriculum to each student’s interests, skills, and needs. We believe it’s important for students to laugh, share their opinions, and to advocate for themselves. Our after school clubs and homework groups help students succeed academically while developing friendships and improving social skills. From writing essays to discussing global issues, from practicing the keys of healthy living to conducting meaningful science experiments, we deliver a college-ready curriculum that encompasses academic, social, emotional, and physical education for 6th-12th grade students. We would love to show you around and help you find out if Aim High School is right for your student. To schedule a visit or to learn more about the hope Aim High School has to offer your 6th-12th grader, contact our Admissions Manager Nadia Bucholtz at firstname.lastname@example.org. Directory Category: Private Schools Rating (average): (4) Address: 29230 W. 12 Mile Road Farmington Phone Number: 248-702-6922 Website: http://www.aimhighschool.com Ratings There are no reviews yet. Aim High School is a godsend for students who have struggled to succeed in public schools due to anxiety or learning differences. Classes at Aim are very small, and no student could fall through the cracks. The environment is quiet and supportive, a welcoming alternative to the chaos and competition of a more traditional school. The teachers are a highly qualified and dedicated team who put considerable thought and attention into the right way to teach each student individually, and how to make the school more effective as a whole. If your child is paralyzed by the stress of a public school environment; if his talents, brains and skills cannot shine through in a crowd; if her personality changed the day she left the pressure of her old school…Aim is the place you are looking for. annb12 | August 11, 2017 Aim High is amazing! My son suffers from extreme anxiety. He went from a public school where he earned C’s and D’s and afraid to ask questions to earning all A’s and B’s and engaging in the classroom. They teach to how each kid learns which was helpful for my son. At public school, we were having a hard time getting him to go…a good week was 2 days. Now he goes everyday and doesn’t complain at all! The staff are amazing! Aim High saved my son and he now has a bright future thanks to them. kristyf | August 10, 2017 Aim is an amazing environment and my son has thrived in it. His academics have progressed at a rate we couldn’t have imagined and socially he enjoys his interactions with his peers and the staff. Aim is great experience for the parents as well as the students. We feel informed and involved in our son’s education without stress. The staff is responsive to his advancement and makes changes when appropriate, all throughout the year. We encourage families to visit and see the school where our kids thrive and achieve. andreac19 | August 10, 2017 Aim High School has been life changing for my son. Aim challenges my son academically and fosters his social growth as well. I encourage any family seeking an environment where their child will be challenged by teachers who really know and understand their child to consider Aim. maureenc7 | August 9, 2017 Please login to rate this listing.