Click here for a congratulatory message from the Snohomish School District School Board.
Yesterday we received the Washington State Department of Health’s graduation guidance. For more than a month, our school and district administrative teams have been actively investigating and planning ways to best celebrate and recognize our Class of 2020 within the state’s “Stay Home, Stay Healthy” framework. Through feedback from our survey of seniors and families, we clearly heard that the ability to be with family and/or walk across a stage was of utmost importance.
We would like to provide further details regarding plans for graduation for AIM High School, Glacier Peak High School and Snohomish High School. Our message yesterday did not intend to create anxiety or frustration. The intent was to let you know that although we will be unable to have a traditional ceremony at an arena or stadium, that we were diligently working on an alternative plan that would celebrate and recognize the Class of 2020.
Please click here for graduation information for our seniors and their families.
New student enrollment and registration now available online
The Snohomish School District has implemented a new online process to enroll and register new students to the district and incoming kindergarten students. This process is only for incoming kindergartners and new students to the district, not students transferring to another school within the district. To learn more and be redirected to the online registration page, please click here.
Time to look at electives for fall!
Click here to see the 2020-2021 AIM class fall schedule. Once you click on the link then click on the file labeled AIM High School documents. You will then see PDF file to download. Please take a look at the schedule to see what electives will be available and think about what you might like to choose for classes.
Meet our new AIM High School Principal!
Doug Plucker will start as the new Director of Student Learning Alternatives and Principal at AIM High School beginning July. He has been an educator for 27 years. Most recently, the past 5 years, as an Assistant Principal at Everett High School.
We look forward to welcoming Doug at AIM and the Parkway Campus!
June Shirey is retiring this year after 24 years at AIM High School and over 40 in the Snohomish School District.
About AIM High School
AIM High is an accredited school leading to a full high school diploma. We participate in Kiwanis Student of the Quarter and the Snohomish Education Foundation Scholarships and teacher grants. A personal graduation ceremony culminates an AIM education!
AIM High has evolved into an excellent school of choice for students seeking a more personalized form of education. Opportunities for both credit retrieval and full semester courses are provided. Full semester courses require both class time with peers and individual time for self-pacing to prepare students for college or careers. The flexibility in our schedule works well for teen parents, working students, and students with personal or health issues. Staff serve as mentors to students and meet with them weekly to review progress and provide time for study and community building time.
AIM High School Newsletter
Interested in applying to AIM High School?
If you are new to the district please apply using the online application links found at the top of the website.
If you are currently in district and wish to transfer to AIM Highs School
Follow the instructions on the page to print out the In District Transfer Application.
Class schedules, course descriptions, and handbook/frequently asked questions: