North Middle School Vision
Graduate every student with the choice to attend college without remediation
North Middle School Mission
Teach every student within a safe environment the knowledge, skills and values necessary to enter college or a career and become a contributing member of society who flourishes in a diverse, dynamic world.
Wednesday, May 20th
*Students will arrive to school at 7:30 am.
*Ceremony will begin at 8:00 am and conclude at 9:30 am.
APS students who strongly contribute to the life and community of their schools were recently honored as Aurora Scholars by the City of Aurora. The program was established in 2009 to bring city officials, district staff and families together to celebrate the achievements of Aurora’s future leaders.
One teacher-nominated student from each grade level (first through 12th) at every school in Aurora is recognized as an Aurora Scholar. The students obtain a certificate and gifts donated by community members.
Bravo to the 2015 APS Aurora Scholars listed below for their hard work and dedication!
Katy Milla, 6th grade
Thomas Taylor, 7th grade
Jenny Hoang, 8th grade
North Middle School Health Sciences and Technology Campus student Nicholas Vega is loving his time in Colorado, having recently relocated to Aurora from Arizona with his mother. And for Vega, so far, so good. His time at North has been very productive, leading the Aurora Rotary Club to honor him as the Outstanding Middle School Student at a recent luncheon.
The presentation was part of the Rotary Club of Aurora Student Award Program, which recognizes outstanding middle and high school students in Aurora. Vega said he plans to become a pharmacist after his high school and college days are over.
Congratulations, Nicholas and good luck as you begin your high school journey!