AIM Academy

Type: Day
Gender: Coed
1200 River Road
Conshohocken, PA

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AIM Academy is the Philadelphia area’s largest college-prep school for bright students with language-based learning differences such as dyslexia, dyscalculia and dysgraphia. At AIM, we recognize children who learn differently need to be taught differently and that's exactly what we do for our 1st - 12th grade students. AIM offers students ways to join in and stand out and many reasons to love going to school including: extensive art, music and drama offerings, competitive robotics teams, entrepreneurship & global leadership programs, service learning and interscholastic sports. Students benefit from a rigorous college prep curriculum and a highly personalized program of college guidance and graduate with college credit gained through our dual-enrollment programs with area universities.

Awards or Certifications:

Wilson Accredited Partner School, PAIS Accredited School

What is your teaching or educational philosophy?

AIM is a national-leader in applying research-based best practices for learning to maximize student potential and help students succeed. As a research-to-practice school, AIM not only works directly with literacy researchers to employ research-based teaching approaches in the classroom, but also develops professional development literacy training courses to provide educators at public and private schools across the country important training in the Science of Reading.

What is your mission statement?

The mission of AIM is to:
Provide extraordinary educational opportunities to children with language-based learning disabilities such as dyslexia, dysgraphia, and dyscalculia, utilizing research-based intervention strategies and an arts-based learning environment that is college preparatory in scope and sequence.

Develop a center for educational excellence and professional development to disseminate best practices to educators by providing access to the latest research-based curriculum, technology, and training.




Research-Based Literacy Programs College Prep Opportunities for Students with Language-Based Learning Differences Arts-Based Curriculum