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  • AIM High School November 30 Newsletter

    AIM High School November 30 Newsletter

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  • Winter Preparedness

    Winter Preparedness

    Closures and late starts

    Cold temperatures and foggy, icy mornings are a reminder winter is here! Here is a reminder of what is impacted and how we communicate closures and delays during inclement weather. Click above to view more information and important links.

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  • 2023 state test scores available

    2023 state test scores available

    This spring, Washington public school students in grades 3-8 and 10 took the Smarter Balanced or the Washington Access to Instruction & Measurement (WA-AIM) English language arts (ELA) and math tests. Students in grades 5, 8 and 11 also took the Washington Comprehensive Assessment of Science or WA-AIM science. Your student’s results from the spring 2023 state tests are posted in your Skyward/Family Access portfolio tab.

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  • AIM High School Narrative

    AIM High School Narrative

    Students, parents, staff, and community members were surveyed in 2022-23 and a strong desire to rebrand AIM High School was clear. The archer is a historical AIM mascot from the early years of AIM. Over time, it was phased out and there was no mascot. In the last couple of years, students have voiced a preference to bring the original mascot back. The AIM star also has historical significance as it was included in previous yearbooks and publications. 

    A strong, confident archer takes center stage in the AIM logo.This represents a characteristic of AIM students as they take control of their learning and future by choosing AIM High School.

    The archer takes aim at the prominent red star that represents individual goals, aspirations, and future focus. AIM stands for: Alternative Instructional Methods. Our student-centered approach and focus on building positive school relationships make AIM a school community that is accessible to all learners. AIM's school colors; midnight blue, teal, and red, encourage inclusiveness and freedom of self-expression. At AIM, we strive to build a culture of learning where each member of our school community is celebrated and provided equitable and accessible opportunities. The AIM logo represents a unique identity for AIM which is one of three high schools in Snohomish.

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  • Interested in applying to AIM High School?

    Interested in applying to AIM High School?

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  • AIM High School Daily Schedule

    AIM High School Daily Schedule

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  • AIM High School early release  and late start schedules

    AIM High School early release and late start schedules

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