APS Students Become AmeriTowne Citizens and Entrepreneurs

Often, youth grow up unprepared to face a world where balancing checking accounts, applying for jobs and learning about politics is essential to adulthood.   More than 1,000 APS fifth-grade students recently took a break from regular classroom activities and … Read More

APS Girls Tech Camp Spikes Female Students’ Interest in STEM Careers

Aurora Public Schools recently hosted the eighth annual Girls Technology Camp! This day-long event provided sixth-grade female students from across the district with engaging, hands-on science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) experiences. The girls enjoyed coding, 3-D design, snap circuits and … 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

Arkansas Students Enjoy Raspberry Pi Devices for Pi Day

Happy National Pi Day! Arkansas Elementary School students celebrated the observance with Raspberry Pi devices. These credit card-sized computers helped students understand and shape their digital world through programming. Representatives from the Aurora Public Schools Information Technology team hosted an … Read More

Amazing Performances Coming to a High School Near You!

Please join Aurora Public Schools in supporting our talented youth at upcoming high school theater productions. Our students have been fully engaged in fine-tuning their acting skills to bring exciting performances to the community. While some students plan to pursue … Read More

APS Seniors Accepted into Prestigious CU Healthcare Programs

APS is celebrating a quadruple victory as four APS seniors earned acceptance into the University of Colorado Denver. Three students will attend the university’s Bachelor of Arts/Bachelor of Science and Doctor of Medicine program. One student will participate in the … 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

Pickens Culinary Students Dish Up Special Meal to Give Back to the Community

Written by Adam O’Leary and Tiffani Antinora Pickens Technical College Culinary Arts Program students recently catered a holiday dinner for the Boettcher Boys & Girls Club of Denver. They served 150 family members, volunteers and employees savory pot roast, mashed … 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
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