APS Resources

APS Vision: Every student shapes a successful future.







Important APS Departments and Programs

Contact the Early Childhood Education Department in regards to preschool questions and screenings.

Centralized Admissions is where to get your child enrolled in school. Here is a list of the important documents you will need to complete your child's application (this includes students enrolling at the APS Early Beginnings day care).

The APS Office of Medicaid can help any family in the district apply and maintain health insurance.

The APS Welcome Center serves the immigrant and refugee students and their families across Aurora Public Schools.

Check out the APS College and Career Centers for information about further education!

Are you a young parent in APS who is interested in a college scholarship? Apply for the Denise Davis Teen Parent Scholarship today!


APS Tools and Guidelines

Use the APS Address Lookup Tool to see which schools are closest to you!

Look over the Guidelines for APS Staff Who Work with Pregnant and Parenting Students to ensure Title IX rights are being upheld.

APS Health Services provides General Guidelines for Keeping Children Home Due to Illness to help you figure out what is best for your child!


Family Resources

Over 21 years old and never completed high school? Contact Aurora Public Schools GED staff and find out your options!

Does your family suffer from homelessness? APS has a program specifically to help your needs! The McKinney Vento may have the resources you've been looking for, such as bus passes and free school supplies!

APS provides families with a list of Community Resources in the Aurora area.