APS Class of 2018 Takes Flight!

Aurora Public Schools is proud of our more than 3,200 students who recently graduated with diplomas and/or certificates from our high schools and Pickens Technical College. The ambitious seniors earned more than $33 million in scholarships and many will attend … Read More

Jared Polis Foundation Honors Two APS Teachers

Congratulations to Rangeview High School math teacher Carmen Curtis Basham and East Middle School science teacher James Rothert for earning the Jared Polis Foundation’s 2018 Teacher Recognition Award! The award recognizes Curtis Basham and Rothert for demonstrating highly-effective, results-oriented teaching … Read More

Students Gain Real-World Career Experience with Innovative Program

APS students are graduating from high school more prepared than ever, thanks to the Executive Internship Program offered through Pickens Technical College. The Aurora Public Schools Executive Internship Program recently hosted the Sponsor Appreciation Dinner and Ceremony to thank individuals … Read More

APS Students Take on STEM Challenge Day

The First Annual APS STEM Challenge Day brought an array of young intellectual minds together to put their innovative thinking to the test.  More than 150 students tackled four challenges in the areas of Science, Technology, Engineering and Math during … Read More

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

APS Students Earn Daniels Fund Scholarships!

Fifteen graduating APS seniors have earned the Daniels Fund Scholarship for demonstrating outstanding character, leadership and service. The Daniels Fund Scholarship covers all required tuition and fees, room and board, books and supplies and other miscellaneous college expenses. Congratulations to … 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

April is College and Career Success Month in APS!

Whether a child is five or 14 years old, it’s never too early for him or her to start planning for college and career success! That is the message Aurora Public Schools is spreading this April in celebration of College … Read More
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