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School Board Members Mary Kadera and Bethany Zecher Sutton to Host Open Office Hours on Tue, April 16

Mary Kadera and Bethany Zecher Sutton will be available in person from 5:30 to 7:30 p.m. on Tuesday, April 16, at the Columbia Pike Library.

Amazon Presents APS Students with Future Engineer Scholarship

Five APS seniors are named Amazon Future Engineer Scholarship Winners.​ We are so proud of our students!

April is National Child Abuse Prevention Month

During National Child Abuse Prevention Month, it’s important to highlight the role that education and prevention play in creating safe, stable and nurturing relationships, homes and communities for all children.

Lightspeed Content Filter Parent Portal Pilot

Learn how to use the Parent Portal to keep an eye on your students' internet usage.

APS Celebrates School Library Month

April is School Library Month and April 7 - 13 is National Library Week.

Randolph Students Honored in ExploraVision Competition

Randolph 4th grade students Ella Jessup and Linzeth Suchite Escobar received an Honorable Mention for their project, called “X-Ray Pen.”

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Graduates in the Class of 2022


Graduation Rate for Students in 3 Comprehensive High Schools - up 8% since 2009


of Graduates Plan to Continue into Higher Education


On-Time Graduation Rate


of Graduates Earn an Advanced Diploma

$67.5 Million

Awarded in Scholarships to APS Graduates


of Students Complete College-Level Courses (AP/IB/Dual Enrollment)


of APS Teachers have Master's Degrees