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Serve with Excellence

Our motto for a fulfilling and happy life

With over five decades of educational service, AIM is recognized locally, nationally and globally for its academic excellence, educational and technological innovations, values and student wellness programs, as well as top quality fine arts and competitive sports programs.

Academic Excellence

Educational Innovation

Well-rounded Education

Our History

2019
July 2

2016 to date

2016 to date

CIS & NEASC Accreditation of our Valle Oriente Campus. AIM Preparatory School was launched in our Santa Catarina facilities offering Middle School andHigh School programs for the first time.

2016
July 5

2006-2016

2006-2016
Implementation and consolidation of i-PAL Systems®, Fine Arts program, and of 1-to-1 mobile device programs. Application of i-PAL Systems in more than 50 public schools. Recognition for AIM innovation from Microsoft, UNESCO and Apple. Inauguration of the Valle Oriente Campus and announcement of AIM Preparatory School (APS).
2006
July 4

1996-2006

1996-2006

Inauguration of the Santa Catarina Campus, first school in Latin America to be accredited by both the NEASC and CIS. AIM reading campaigns, within our school and towards the community, go viral. Mrs. Wagner and Mrs. Elizondo retire.

1996
July 2

1986-1996

1986-1996

Construction of the Jean W. Siller Gym/Auditorium, consolidation of AIM sports program, development of AIM values education program, which is shared with the San Pedro municipality and ASOMEX. Establishment of school computer network with access to internet. Mrs. Melo retires and AIM celebrates its 25th anniversary.

1986
July 1

1976-1986

1976-1986

Inauguration of its purpose built educational facility, the San Pedro Campus, consolidation of AIM as an educational leader in the community, implementation of special programs to develop student leadership and commitment to the use of technology in education.

1975
July 1

1968-1975

1968-1975

Founded by Mrs. Betina Elizondo, Mrs. Alma Melo and Mrs. Betty Wagner, in a colonial home in the center of Monterrey, it quickly becomes acclaimed as a school of high standards and excellent educational results.