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.
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
More than 200 people recently attended the Aurora Public Schools Pathways to Results Celebration that highlighted how APS Academic and Career Pathways are impacting student learning. Lieutenant Governor Joe Garcia joined APS Superintendent John L. Barry, APS Board of Education … Read More
Congratulations to the more than 2,500 students from Aurora Central, Hinkley, Gateway, Rangeview and William Smith high schools, and Pickens Technical College who have earned their diplomas and certificates. Thirty six students will graduate from the Rebound Ombudsman Program on … Read More
Community College of Aurora President Linda Bowman and Aurora Public Schools Superintendent John L. Barry tossed pizzas at CiCi's Restaurant to raise awareness about the schools' dual enrollment program. This program allows APS high school juniors and seniors to take … Read More