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  • 8:1 student to teacher ratio
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What’s Happening at Aim High
Gaela Peters, Veteran Aim High Site Director, Says “See You Soon”

Beloved Aim High and San Francisco educator, Gaela Peters, is not saying goodbye, she is saying see you later. Gaela has spent 10 years with Aim High, including six as a Site Director for our Excelsior campus. She is a school counselor at Balboa High School during the academic year. On July 21, she is…

Dispatch from the Peninsula: The First Week of Aim High

  Jocelyn Moran is an Aim High graduate and current Issues and Choices lead teacher at Aim High’s Roosevelt campus in Redwood City. She is entering her third year at San Diego State University, where she studies journalism and Spanish. Over the next five weeks, she will be a guest blog writer in a series…

Christina Chase
Christina Chase Inspires Aim High Educators with Her Words of Wisdom

Aim High’s very own Teaching and Learning Manager and former Site Director Christina Chase set the tone for summer #32 at our 2017 All Campus Day at Marin Academy. Delivering closing remarks to an auditorium full of enthusiastic Aim High teachers, she encouraged them to be the educator “who makes learning and hard work cool.” We…