This winter, Aim High is hosting its first virtual learning series. We invite you to join us in asking big questions that challenge the status quo – What might be possible for our students on the other side of the pandemic? In lieu of going “back to normal,” what must we shift and recreate in the educational landscape?

Featured speakers will enlighten our audience members, envision new possibilities, and encourage a radical shift in the educational opportunity narrative, where purpose, connection, and belonging are ever-present. All dates to be announced soon, please check back to register for this free event series.

December – A Conversation on the Power of Belonging with Mohammed Bilal, Stanford University’s Associate Dean and Director of the Office of Inclusion, Belonging, and Intergroup Dialogue (and an Aim High parent!)

January – A Conversation on the Power of Literature with Sandra Cisneros, poet, short story writer, essayist, performer, artist and novelist of the award-winning House on Mango Street.






Events are open to all and no cost to attend. You bring curiosity and lunch, and we’ll provide a compelling conversation.

Stay tuned for details and for more learning opportunities in February and March!

For more information on our learning series, please reach out to Mariah Napoles, Senior Manager, Community Relations & Engagement at