At Aim High, we assess our students’ growth while they’re in the program and capture key measures from our alumni. This occurs via annual assessments, surveys and other key measures, such as their participation in extracurricular activities throughout the year (an indicator of their likelihood to stay in school through graduation).

Long-term impacts

        • 98 of 100 students who were of college age in 2012 were in school or had completed one or more post-secondary degrees.
        • 2 of 100 students of college age received their GED’s and one joined military service while the other is now is vocational school.
        • All 133 responding students of high school age remained in high school.

 2016 Impacts