From Superintendent Munn: Earlier today, the Colorado Department of Education released 2017 graduation and dropout rates. Year over year, APS has been reaching new levels of success and we are proud of the momentum that is building across our district.
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
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
APS students are graduating from high school more prepared than ever, thanks to the Executive Internship Program offered through Pickens Technical College. The APS Executive Internship Program recently hosted the Sponsor Appreciation Dinner and Ceremony to thank individuals and businesses … Read More
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
We are grateful to Aurora voters for passing a $300 million bond measure in 2016, which will fund improvements at every school. This year, several APS students are working as interns on bond-funded projects, while earning credentials and gaining hands-on … Read More
Full Article on Wall Street Journal By Wall Street Journal Reporter Melissa Korn More high school students are taking college classes as districts push low-cost paths to higher degrees. The classes, often referred to as dual-enrollment programs, are expanding nationwide, … Read More