Once again, AIMS has been recognized for our education of low-income African American students and AIPHS has been recognized for their 100% graduation rate.
The cherry on the sundae is that both AIPCS and AIPCS 2 have received this recognition. It is also important to note, that AIMS schools were the only schools who received this recognition in Math for Middle schools. We are honored by this recognition, and recommit ourselves to increase the percentage this year.
"Growing Together" commemorates our 20th year as a charter and acknowledges the collaborative effort it took to get here. (Also available on Facebook: Aimschools)
AIMS Superintendent of Schools Maya Woods-Cadiz took over nearly three years ago. In this interview, she takes stock in the positive changes that have come to AIMS during that time.
New this year at AIPCS and AIPCS II; an after school enrichment program designed to help your child grow outside the classroom. It's not free, but its affordable and the benefits are priceless.
Earlier this year, the Washington Post published its annual list of the country's "Most Challenging High Schools." American Indian Public High School, AIPHS, was ranked number two on the list of California high schools. Now, and for some reason unknown to AIMS, the Post revised its list, and AIPHS has taken over the top spot.