The American Institute of Monterrey (AIM) is a private-bilingual Mexican school located in Nuevo Leon, Mexico. The school has two campuses strategically situated in surroundings favorable to learning and sufficient for each maturity level. The school offers education from pre-kindergarten level through grade 9, hosting both students and teachers to an international environment. Although the school is an English-speaking community, its philosophy supports Mexican morals and ethics and encourages nationalism. One of the objectives is to add a multicultural vision to students' profile.
The school assists newly arrived international students with a special academic updating services which allows foreign students coming into the school a way to adapt promptly to the new system. To allow their expedient incorporation to regular classes, AIM provides individualized instruction for beginning learners of English and Spanish. Admission is based on academic and behavioral records, entrance examination and maturity level results.
AIM is recognized not only locally but internationally because of its high academic standing, educational innovations, updated technological resources, a strong sports program, a well-thought off fine arts specialization program and its character education program backed with almost four decades of teaching service.
The American Institute of Monterrey was the first international school in Mexico to be accredited by the New England Association of Schools & Colleges (NEASC) and the Council of International Schools (CIS).
The School’s academic year begins in mid-August and concludes at the third week of June, with a two-week Christmas break , and a two-week Easter vacation.