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What’s Happening at Aim High
Summer 2017 Career Day Highlights

This summer, generous companies across the Bay Area hosted Aim High at their offices for Career Days, a fun and informative way to help students understand the connection between education and careers. See how Credit Suisse, Dolby Laboratories, and GoPro made summer meaningful for students while exposing them to a variety of professional pathways. To…

To Our Aim High Community Regarding DACA

Today, we sent at statement to our families regarding the Trump Administration’s decision to end DACA. If you need support in connecting with the resources, please contact the Aim High Central Office at 415-551-2301.   To learn more about the recent DACA decision, please refer to the list of resources below. FAQ from CSU 5…

Aim High Food Trucks Get Students Thinking Creatively About Food

Building cardboard food trucks have been an important summer activity for the past few years at Aim High’s Mission District campus. Inspired by the short documentary Caine’s Arcade, which tells of an imaginative 9-year-old who spends his summer vacation constructing a cardboard arcade in his father’s auto shop, Aim High’s food trucks give students the…