Conferences and Workshops:
Through a variety of programs and resources, AIMS strives to create an environment that inspires professional growth and educational excellence. Programs cater to the diverse constituents within the AIMS community including school heads, trustees, teachers and students. These programs include:
Over 1,100 educators and staff attend the day-long AIMS conference featuring nationally recognized experts and presenters from within the AIMS community. Participants consistently rate their conference experience high in quality and value.
Each year Trustee Day provides an opportunity for trustees and administrators to stay current on the latest trends in independent school governance, share their most pressing concerns, and foster connectivity among the leadership of our diverse member schools.
Heads of School Group
The Heads of School group meets to discuss school leadership topics, build relationships and make decisions about the strategic direction of the organization.
A professional development opportunity offered by the Diversity Committee for faculty, staff and administrators, the annual Teachers Workshop focuses on issues related to equity and justice.
Based on the understanding that knowledge builds bridges and breaks down biases and stereotypes, AIMS supports diversity symposiums for students at all levels (elementary, middle school and high school).