AIMS Miami
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Miami Invitational College Fair

New Location

Hilton Miami Downtown | Oct. 13th, 2019 | 12–3 PM

Admissions Representatives

We are thrilled you will be joining us at the AIMS Invitational College Fair on Sunday, October 13th. As a reminder, the Fair is intended for students and their parents from the eight host schools. Please do not invite students who are not attending one of the eight schools to meet with you during the Fair hours.

AIMS has secured a block of 100 guest rooms at the Hilton Downtown Miami with a discounted room rate of $199/night for admissions representatives. Overnight parking also will be discounted. We encourage you to stay at the host hotel, which has easy access to Brickell, Wynwood, and South Beach.

Saturday, October 12th

  • In addition to the Fair we hope that you will participate in our Biscayne Bay Cruise on Saturday from 7pm to 10pm. Enjoy the sunset, hors d’oeuvres and buffet dinner as we sail around the bay. Please wear casual attire.
  • The cruise is limited to the first 125 reservations, but we will maintain a wait list.
  • Boarding of the Biscayne Lady charter boat begins at 6:30pm.
  • Since AIMS has changed hotel locations, the cruise will depart from Sea Isle Marina which is in walking distance from the Hilton. Therefore, there will be no transportation to the marina.
  • If you register for the cruise, and afterwards realize you will be unable to attend, please cancel your reservation by emailing us at [email protected].

Sunday, October 13th

  • Check-in for the Fair will begin at 10:00am.
  • Parking will be validated for representatives not staying at the hotel.
  • Ushers will be available to help with your materials.
  • Please join us for a delicious brunch in the Concerto Ballroom from 10:00 to 11:30am.

Students & Families

Only students and their parents from the eight host schools will be allowed admission.
Please do not invite students from other schools.

Please allot at least 15 minutes to your time of arrival as it will take time to park your car. Consider carpooling to lessen traffic and the amount of time you spend parking. The discounted parking fee is $10. You can validate your ticket and pay with cash at the fair. Please bring cash to pay for parking.

All Juniors are expected to attend the Annual College Fair. This is an opportunity for you and your parents to spend quality time with the admissions counselors and directors who will be working with your applications. Seniors are also invited to attend if they seek to finalize their lists, ask some last minute questions and search out new options. It is the best time for Juniors to begin to formulate their preliminary college lists.

All students are expected to dress and behave as they would for a college interview. There will be a sign-in sheet and a name tag for you as you enter the Fair. College tables will be arranged alphabetically. Colleges at the Fair represent the full gamut of competitiveness.

Questions To Ask

  • What type of high school background is generally required for your school?
  • What is the average GPA of entering freshmen?
  • Are there different admissions requirements for specific colleges or programs?
  • Does your college award credit for Advanced Placement?
  • What are the housing options/requirements and parking rules?
  • What types of extracurricular activities are available?
  • Does your college offer study abroad options?
  • Does your college provide access to internship options?
  • Does your college provide academic services such as tutoring or career counseling?
  • Does your college have job placement services?
  • What are the characteristics of your student body (age, gender, race/ethnicity, etc.)?
  • What percentage of first-year students return the following year?
  • What percentage of graduates are employed within one year?
  • How do I apply and which forms do I fill out?

  • What are the admissions deadlines?
  • Will my family’s ability to pay for college be a factor in the admissions process?
  • Can credits be earned online or transferred from other colleges?
  • How safe is your campus?
  • Which association has given your college accreditation?
  • How do I arrange a campus visit?
  • How much does it cost to attend your college (including tuition, room and board, fees, etc.)?
  • What financial aid options are available?
  • Does the school participate in federal and state aid programs? (Not all schools are eligible.)
  • What percentage of undergraduates receive aid? How much do they receive on average?
  • Which financial aid forms do I need to fill out and what are the deadlines?
  • Does the college offer scholarships? Who is most likely to receive them? How do I apply?
  • Will private/non-government scholarships reduce the amount of need-based aid I receive?

Member Schools

Belen Jesuit

Belen Jesuit Preparatory School

500 SW 127 Avenue
Miami, FL 33184
(305) 223–8600
Fax: (305) 223–8750

High School Enrollment: 854
Seniors: 232
CEEB: 101059


Carrollton School of the Sacred Heart

Michele Patterson, Academic & College Counselor
Carol Recicar, Academic & College Counselor

3747 Main Highway
Miami, FL 33133
(305) 446-5673
Fax: (305) 529-1709

High School Enrollment: 320
Seniors: 83
CEEB: 101047


Gulliver School

Preparatory Campus

6575 N. Kendall Drive
Miami, FL 33156
(305) 666-7937
Fax: (305) 665-3791
CEEB: 100293

Miller Drive Campus

8000 SW 56 Street
Miami, FL 33155
(305) 274-9535
Fax: (305) 274-7512
CEEB: 101012

Enrollment: 934
Seniors: 254

Ransom Everglades

Ransom Everglades School

College Counselors:
Claudia Jolivert
Blair E. Betts

3575 Main Highway
Miami, FL 33133
(305) 460-8844
Fax: (305) 460-8202

Enrollment: 612
Seniors: 148
CEEB: 101095

Scheck Hillel

Scheck Hillel Community School

19000 NE 25 Avenue
North Miami Beach, FL 33180
(305) 931-2831 Ext. 108
Fax: (305) 931-3903

Enrollment: 290
Seniors: 75
CEEB: 101234


Westminster Christian School

6855 SW 152nd Street
Miami, FL 33157
(305) 233-2030
Fax: (305) 233-3789

Enrollment: 505
Seniors: 106
CEEB: 101105

Contact Us

Management of AIMS is rotated on an annual basis. For the 2019-2020 school year, leadership has been delegated to Miami Country Day School.

Miami Country Day School
J. Robert Spatig
601 NE 107 Street
Miami, FL 33161
(305) 779-7235
[email protected]