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.

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

Kids Tech Pre-Kindergarten Students Graduate!

Hats off to Aurora Public Schools’ preschool students who recently graduated and are off to kindergarten in the fall! The Kids Tech Child Care Lab Center at Pickens Technical College held a lively commencement ceremony for family members to enjoy … Read More

Big Smiles, Bright Futures: The APS Class of 2017 Turns Over a New Leaf

Aurora Public Schools is proud of our more than 3,200 students who recently graduated with a diploma and/or certificate from our high schools and Pickens Technical College. The ambitious students earned more than $24 million in scholarships and many will … Read More

Aurora Central’s Class of 2019 Celebrates “Half Graduation”

Aurora Central High School recently celebrated its annual "Half Graduation" ceremony! The event brought Central staff and families together to celebrate sophomores who are on track to graduate with the class of 2019. Students arrived in half caps and half gowns, … Read More

Upcoming APS Graduation Dates

High School Graduation Dates Learn more about APS graduations.   May 12, 2017 Graduation: William Smith H.S. Graduation May 12, 2017 10 a.m. Newman Center for the Performing Arts University of Denver 2344 E. Iliff Ave., Denver - View Map May 17, … Read More

APS Seniors Honored for Graduating at the Top of their Class

Congratulations to Aurora Public Schools’ top Class of 2017 graduates! These promising leaders of the pack took an active and ongoing responsibility for their learning and positioned themselves on a path to success. To honor our highest-achieving seniors, APS is … Read More

Vaughn Students Get a Glimpse into Life after Elementary School

As a young student, the thought of middle school, high school or college may create feelings of uncertainty. The idea of bigger buildings, tougher courses and increased responsibility can spark many questions. Thanks to staff and volunteers at Vaughn Elementary … Read More
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