Keeping students happy and healthy is a priority at Aurora Public Schools. Through our school-based health clinics, we offer low to no-cost comprehensive primary medical care to students and their siblings.
“Every child deserves high quality health care, regardless of their parent’s ability to pay,” said Every Child Pediatrics Nurse Practitioner Julie Zavala. “We want our families to feel comfortable and supported when coming to receive care for their children.”
All clinics provide medical, dental, vaccinations and emotional care in order to remove health-related barriers to learning so every student can be successful.
“It is very convenient to be able to pay low-cost health care for my children,” said APS parent Carmen Tinoco. “They’ve always been here for us, especially during emergencies.”
You can find these clinics in four different locations throughout the district, including Aurora Central High School, Crawford Elementary School, Gateway High School and Laredo Child Development Center.
To learn more about our school-based health clinics, visit health.aurorak12.org.