There is an old saying that the journey of a thousand miles begins with the first step. Aurora Central High School seniors recently began their journey to life after graduation by participating in application day.
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
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
Our first goal in APS is to ensure every student has a plan for his or her future. Before freshman year, our students are encouraged to map out their high school careers to prepare for college and career success. That’s … Read More
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
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
Gateway High School will be hosting a College Fair for all APS students on September 21 from 6:00-7:30 p.m. Colleges and Universities from the state of Colorado and neighboring states will be in attendance at this fair. This is a … Read More
Written by Pamela Rouch, Postsecondary & Workforce Readiness Director, Elementary On Saturday, May 20, the College and Career Success Department (CCS), formerly Postsecondary and Workforce Readiness (PWR) held the second annual APS Goes to CU event. Partnering with the University … Read More