Gateway and Rangeview Hosts “High School Nation” Tour, Gains 30k Grant to Build Music Studios

Art comes in many forms, including painting, drawing, music and theater. Art is all encompassing and has the power to inspire teenagers to follow their dreams. Students at Gateway and Rangeview high schools recently celebrated this wide range of artistic … Read More

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 Students Become AmeriTowne Citizens and Entrepreneurs

Often, youth grow up unprepared to face a world where balancing checking accounts, applying for jobs and learning about politics is essential to adulthood.   More than 1,000 APS fifth-grade students recently took a break from regular classroom activities and … Read More

Gateway Students Make a Wish Come True for a Leukemia Survivor

Written by APS Intern Esthefane Salcedo As a heart-warming way of helping the community, Gateway High School students came together to raise money for a six-year-old leukemia survivor named Emilio. Partnering with the Make-A-Wish Colorado foundation, the students motivated their … Read More

APS Seniors Accepted into Prestigious CU Healthcare Programs

APS is celebrating a quadruple victory as four APS seniors earned acceptance into the University of Colorado Denver. Three students will attend the university’s Bachelor of Arts/Bachelor of Science and Doctor of Medicine program. One student will participate in the … 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
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