Academic Intervention & Mentoring Program (AIM)

The Academic Intervention & Mentoring (AIM) Program strives to identify, intervene, and support all students through a tiered, individualized system of programs to help students be successful in high school and beyond. Students may qualify for placement in AIM programming through standardized test scores, referral to the Academic Intervention Coordinator, and other demonstrations of individual needs. Students enrolled in AIM programming have access to data-driven, research-based literacy, math, science & executive functioning interventions intended to help students overcome identified skill gaps and experience success in their high school coursework.

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Nicholas Custodio

Nicholas Custodio

Academic Intervention & Mentoring Coordinator
847.986.3300 x 5519

Twitter: @mrNickCustodio