Aim High expands opportunities for low-income middle school students and their teachers through a free summer learning and enrichment program.

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  • 8:1 student to teacher ratio
  • 70% teachers of color
  • 70% student retention rate
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What’s Happening at Aim High
Aim High Goes to the Warriors Game

Aim High students had the experience of a lifetime when they met Golden State Warriors star Stephen Curry. Four Aim High students and their families were Curry’s special guests as the Golden State Warriors took on the Utah Jazz Tuesday night. Following the game, the students and parents enjoyed a meet-and-greet with the two-time league-MVP….

30 Years, 30 Stories All in One Place

Two thousand sixteen was a special year for Aim High—we celebrated our 30th anniversary! In the spirit of this milestone, we launched the series 30 Years, 30 Stories and took a walk down memory lane to celebrate the people, partnerships, and places that have made Aim High what it is. Explore there series here in one place! First off, we…

Stanford’s Gardner Center Studies Aim High, Makes Affirming Conclusions

It’s one thing to ask yourself if you’re doing a good job, but to ask someone else? Their response carries more weight, especially if they’re an expert. That’s why in 2014 Aim High invested in an external evaluation of its summer learning program. Thanks to a grant from the Louis R. Lurie Foundation, Aim High recruited Stanford University’s esteemed John…