GRIT is about learning how to persevere in the face of failure. Getting back up when we fall; starting over when we fail. It is a way of redefining success not simply by your talent or your intelligence, but by changing the way you think about failure and perseverance. Although not a skill that all of…
Aim Academy Online Classes
Our teachers are homeschool parents and qualified instructors. We use the latest technology and scientific research to create engaging, developmentally appropriate, college prep classes for your homeschool family!
Classes for 5th–12th grades. Full year, semester, mini-courses, and summer classes to fit your lifestyle.
Parent Tools & Resources
Your home school success is right around the corner. Our how-to articles by Debra Bell and Aim Academy faculty will empower you with the confidence and strategies to help your kids maximize their learning potential.
Reading & Writing Curriculums
Based on the latest research into learning, Writers in Residence and Readers in Residence language arts programs provide an engaging, systematic approach to writing with confidence and reading fluently.
Order brings peace~ St. Augustine.
Our best-selling homeschool planners for Mom remind you of God’s faithfulness and care and keep your home school on track.
Our teen and student planners are essential tools to help you raise independent learners.
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What Sets Us Apart
Debra Bell started Aim Academy in 2011 after teaching AP English online for 10 years. Her initial purpose was to offer classes that align with AP, CLEP, and SAT exams so students are better prepared to score high on these by the end of high school. Friends, family members, and former students quickly joined her faculty. Each year we’ve had double digit growth in enrollment. Since then AIM Academy class list has expanded and our faculty has grown. We offer a full slate of college prep middle school and high school courses.
From Our Blog
Your brain is not a muscle, it’s an organ. But in many ways it behaves as a muscle and the clip below explains how that can aid you in teaching your kids. The clip is taken from a webinar given by Debra Bell on The Science of Learning. She draws on her background in educational psychology…
by Joanna Breault, contributing writer It’s May! If you’re like me, your mind is already swirling with swimsuit decisions, vacation dates, and daydreams about casting off the bonds of a school schedule. It’s time to stash the workbooks and pull out the sunscreen! But hold on a minute—let’s not lose the precious ground we’ve gained.…