Mary Casey Black Center Director
My goal is to provide an enriching environment, focusing on meeting the social, emotional and academic needs of our youth.
My career in the field of child development began in 2002, when I was fortunate to volunteer at a local elementary school. I truly enjoyed teaching and building bonds with the students and knew education was my calling.
After High School, I attended Los Medanos College and studied Early Childhood Education. I later graduated from Northwestern University with a Bachelor of Arts in Psychology with a Specialization in Early Childhood Education.
At Aim High, the fun continues after the school bell rings and the teachers and I love providing intentional, engaging, and enriching activities to help support the students love for learning!
"We have had kids enrolled in Aim High since our now Junior in High School was in the 4th grade. With two working parents, it is important to know that your kids are being taken care of, and their needs are being met when you can't be there. This is the case when my kids are at Aim High. Aim high is a safe, fun environment and my kids enjoy their time there. Homework is done (more or less) by the time they get home, and snacks have been provided. I like that for the most part, the kids are separated by grade-level, but they also have the opportunity to interact altogether. Overall, I would rate Aim High 5 stars!