AIM School & Gymnastics

Phone: (509) 765-0452 Address: 416 S Western Ave Ste. #B

Email: Click Here



From preschool to after-school art club, to piano lessons, and more, we are sure you will find classes just right for your child!

Children at AIM School are encouraged to learn by doing. The curriculum is planned by the creative and dedicated professionals on staff. Emphasis is placed on the actual process rather than the finished product. Children experience the fun of learning by participating in activities designed to stimulate growth in a wide range of areas, including social and cognitive development and gross and fine motor skills.



FAQ's - General

416 S. Western Ave. Suite B
Moses Lake, WA 98837
(Just north of the RR tracks off of Broadway)

Office Hours:

  • Mon – Thurs 8:45am-1:30pm & 3:45pm-6:15pm
  • Friday 9:45am-11:00am
  • ​Sat & Sun OFFICE CLOSED
    – Please call or email to find out our summer office hours.

​Phone: (509) 765-0452

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FAQ's - School Classes

Our preschool is designed by a current Moses Lake Kindergarten teacher who has a BA in Early Childhood Education and is an Early Learning Fellow for the State. She is current with all the skill expectations for a five year old and is knowledgeable in developmentally appropriate practices. Monthly meetings with preschool staff ensure that all the current application practices are present in AIM school classes so that your child has the best possible environment to be prepared for kindergarten!

Our preschool uses a play-based, developmentally appropriate curriculum taught in monthly thematic units. We do not use a store-bought curriculum, but rather pieces of curriculums that educated professional teachers design based on the needs of the specific students. The needs of students change monthly and yearly and our curriculum grows and changes with these needs. Upon walking into a classroom, you will see academically rich centers which the students freely choose. Research speaks to child-driven curriculum being more powerful than the “drill and kill” type programs rote memorization of skills is teacher driven. Please speak with the school Department Head for specific curriculum concerns or click HERE for articles relating to this topic.

Students do need to be potty-trained to participate in classes where the parent or guardian is not directly supervising. Please contact the school Department Head for additional questions.

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