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Aim Academy Online Homeschool Classes

Live online homeschool classes for 4th–12th grades. Full year, semester, mini-courses, and summer classes to fit your lifestyle. We specialize in college prep and AP, SAT, and CLEP exam preparation.

Our teachers are experienced homeschool parents and qualified instructors. We use the latest technology and scientific research to create engaging, developmentally appropriate, college prep classes for your family!

Aim Mission Statement:

Our aim is students’ success as measured by academic achievement, increase interest in learning, and personal satisfaction in reaching their goals.

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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

Collegebound? What to Do Senior Year

So here you are—the final stretch. Congratulations. Don’t worry. Be happy. Decide to enjoy these final moments with your young adult. Your influence as a parent is waning. After this year, you’ll be wise to wait to be asked before giving your advice. (Remember, I’m speaking with hindsight now.) If you’ve been ticking off mission-critical…

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Collegebound? What to Do in 11th Grade, Part 2

You and your teen are closing in on the biggest financial decision of her life—much more significant and complex than buying a house or taking a job. Complicating our teens’ college decision can be our own fears and motivations as a homeschool parent.

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