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

Superintendent Munn’s Message about the Tragedy in Florida

Aurora Public Schools Community: I was out of town yesterday and as I sat in a strange room, in a strange city, I watched an all too familiar scene play out on the television. Students were running out of a … Read More

Help Jamaica CDC Stock Their Mobile Library with Books!

Jamaica Child Development Center is an amazing community in APS. One of the things that makes us amazing is our diversity. Our students speak 18 different languages. Our families had a dream to create a Mobile Library to support literacy … Read More

Hinkley Earns National Recognition for Equity and Excellence in Education

In Aurora Public Schools, we believe all students must have equitable access to learning opportunities, technology and environments that support them in reaching their full potential. That is why we are excited to announce that Hinkley High School earned designation as … Read More

Pickens Students Prepare for Careers in the Medical Field

  Ready to learn about pharmacology, respiratory therapy, dental science or the basic concepts of nursing? For ambitious high school students and adults who have an interest in the medical field, the answer is simply – yes!    Pickens Technical … Read More

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.

Challenge Day Comes to South Middle School

More than 200 South Middle School eighth graders recently connected with their peers and a group of trusted adults in a way that rarely occurs in a large school setting. The students participated in Challenge Day, sponsored by Challenge Denver, … Read More
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