Aim High provides a nationally recognized, results-driven, free, summer enrichment program that teaches middle-school students from low income households the skills they need to succeed in high school and beyond.

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  • 8:1 student to teacher ratio
  • 70% teachers of color
  • 25% of faculty are Aim High graduates
  • 98% of Aim High alumni graduate high school on time and enroll in college

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What’s Happening at Aim High
Fall 2020 Virtual Workshops for 8th Grade Students & Families

This fall, Aim High is offering two virtual workshops for current 8th graders and their families. As distance learning continues to widen opportunity gaps, we are committed to doing more to combat its effects. Our goal is for students to be more prepared when schools reopen and for their upcoming transition to high school. High…

Aim High Alumna and Former Teacher Runs for San Francisco City-Wide Election

In November, San Francisco native Aliya Chisti will find out the fate of her first city-wide campaign: a seat on the City College of San Francisco (CCSF) Board. If elected, Aliya, who is also an Aim High alumna and former teacher, will be the first Muslim woman elected to any office in San Francisco’s history….

Aim High Alumna Making Change in Her Community

2020 will forever be the year that 2017 Aim High alumna Lana Nguyen became a changemaker. In the face of a global pandemic and the subsequent statewide school closures, 17-year-old Lana and her friend Susana Lau created SupplyHopeInfo, to raise money and provide school supplies for low-income families. “We wanted to be more active within…