APS Students Recognized for their Creative Talents

The Aurora Mental Health Center recently held its annual student art contest and show, bringing the community together for the 11th year. The creative talents of students were highlighted through this event. Students from 28 schools and educational organizations submitted … Read More

Boston’s Kindergarten Class Overjoyed by Bike Donation

Wish for Wheels, a nonprofit organization based out of Denver, partnered with real estate company Cushman & Wakefield for the sixth consecutive year to deliver disassembled bikes to Boston P-8. Upon their arrival, the school’s eighth-grade students quickly went to … Read More

Students See a ‘Bright’ Future in Energy and Sustainability Careers

One of the goals in our strategic plan, APS 2020, is to ensure every student has a plan for his or her future. Students are encouraged to map out their career and college paths as early as kindergarten. APS eighth graders enjoyed … Read More

Subaru University Partners with Pickens Technical College

Subaru University recently partnered with Pickens Technical College to give APS students access to Subaru web-based training. Through this program, students can earn a certification on the first two levels of technician training at no additional cost. Students will also have … Read More

October is College and Career Success Month!

As part of our strategic plan APS 2020, every APS student starting in kindergarten will develop a plan for his or her future. These plans evolve and develop as students get older, reflecting their interests and helping them regularly set … Read More

APS Hosts AVID College Fair

Students from across the state recently met with nearly 50 colleges and universities at an AVID College Fair hosted by Aurora Public Schools.  The AVID program focuses on closing the achievement gap by targeting students who come from challenging economic backgrounds.  … Read More
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