Group of APS Seniors Graduate College before High School!

There is a natural order in life, which also applies to education. A student enters preschool or kindergarten and progresses through elementary, middle and high school before pursuing his or her college and career goals. However, a few ambitious Aurora … 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

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 Students Prepare for Careers in the Medical Field

  Ready to learn about pharmacology, respiratory therapy, dental science or the basic concepts of nursing? For ambitious high school students and adults who have an interest in the medical field, the answer is simply – yes!    Pickens Technical … Read More

APS Builds Momentum with Improved Grad & Dropout Rates

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.
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