Aim High School was started in 2011 in Whitmore Lake, Michigan, by parents, teachers, and community members dedicated to the academic and social success of students with a variety of language based learning differences including autism, anxiety disorders, and attention deficits. We accept high school students from 9th to 12th grade and middle school students from 6th to 8th grade. At Aim High School, we believe strong teacher-student relationships and small classes are key to developing students’ abilities, talents, and interests. We design personalized curriculum based on research driven assessments and engage students in a learning experience that combines strong academics and life skills. Whether college or work bound, we aim to produce graduates with integrity and character ready to lead independent and rewarding lives.