AISS Scholar Results

Outcomes Over Ten Years

Six Hundred and Three (603) Acceptance Letters, Ninety-Four (94) Universities and Colleges

Class of 2003

Nine Scholars (9), Seventeen (17) University Acceptance Letters

Class of 2005

Thirteen Scholars (13), Fifty Seven (57) University Acceptance Letters

Class of 2007

Nineteen Scholars (19), One Hundred and Three (103) University Acceptance Letters

Class of 2009

Twenty Scholars (20), One Hundred and Fifteen (115) University Acceptance Letters

Class of 2011

Eighteen Scholars (18), One Hundred and Fifty Two (152) University Acceptance Letters

Class of 2013

Eighteen Scholars (20), One Hundred and Fifty Nine (159) University Acceptance Letters

AISS Bridging the gap between high school and college (featuring Edgar Sanchez):

AISS scholars and alumni rise from hardship to soar in excellence:

AISS students attending University of California Tau Beta Pi fraternity in Math and Science:

See our new class of 2013 AISS Scholars:

AISS Class of 2013

AISS Class of 2013

Mission Statement

To help economically disadvantaged high school students gain a university education in the careers of Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics (STEM).

Goals:

    • Motivate youth to specialize in the fields that are the future of our country, educational system, employment opportunities.

 

    • Coordinate industry and academic partners to motivate and assist our students in applying to colleges and universities, majoring in STEM fields.

 

    • Help parents of economically disadvantaged high school students understand the value of a higher education and access the resources necessary to enable their children to obtain an university education.

 

    • Provide training on “cultural capital” to the students: leadership, team-work, cooperation, time management, manners, attire, comportment and personal presentation skills.