Rangeview Daniels Scholar Accepted to Seven Ivy League Schools

Rangeview High School senior Nadya Nfaoui was ecstatic when she received acceptance into an Ivy League school. Then, another Ivy League acceptance came. And another. And another. In all, Nadya went a perfect seven for seven. Nadya applied to every … Read More

April is College and Career Success Month in APS!

Whether a child is five or 14 years old, it’s never too early for him or her to start planning for college and career success! That is the message Aurora Public Schools is spreading this April in celebration of College … Read More

Concurrent Enrollment Options Open College Doors for Students

In Aurora Public Schools, students are hard at work mapping out their futures. Those maps – or plans – serve as blueprints for success once they graduate from high school. Whether they take advantage of the state’s Accelerating Students through … Read More

America’s Promise Career Expo on Jan. 25

CITY OF AURORA AND AMERICA'S PROMISE CAREER EXPLORATION EXPO - FIND YOUR CAREER PATH! A FREE event for middle and high school students and their  families at the Community College of Aurora—Centre Tech  Campus. 16100 E. Centre Tech Parkway, Aurora, CO 80011  … Read More

Hats Off to Our 2018 Midterm Graduates!

Nearly 70 students from Rebound Ombudsman, Aurora Central, Gateway and Hinkley high schools have created plans, gained 21st century skills and recently earned a crucial credential that will open doors of opportunity as they shape successful futures. Say hello and … Read More

Meadowood’s Career Week Turns Preschoolers into Professionals

Meadowood Child Development Center operates under the belief that it is never too early for students to think about college and career success. In an effort to engage students in conversations about different professions, the school recently hosted a Career Week! … 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
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