the power of collaboration

the joy of learning

the power of small

the power of agility

Like progressive education, our students are multifaceted. Their minds are sharp, and their hearts are open. In them, our teachers foster academic strength and the ability to solve problems on the one hand, and communication and social justice on the other.

Aurora’s most unique trait is our multi-graded classrooms. Grouping two grades in each classroom (Kindergarten and 1st, 2nd and 3rd, 4th and 5th, 6th and 7th), gives older students the opportunity to mentor, and younger students the benefit of receiving guidance from their peers.

Whether students or teachers, parents or staff, our community practices kindness and inclusivity, and moves through the world with intention. We look forward to meeting you.

Introducing Aurora School

A quick overview of Aurora, and how the power of small makes us uniquely suited to provide big benefits in education and social/emotional growth for our students.

A Culture of Friendship & Support

Social/emotional learning is at the core of our curriculum, to develop heart-smart and head-smart students. Here’s what they have to say about making friends at Aurora.

6th Grade STEM

6th Grade Math

6th Grade Humanities

4/5 Grade Critical Thinking

4/5 Grade Social Justice

4/5 Grade History

K/1 Math



Physical Education & Mindful Movement



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Head- & Heart-Smart Students

Creating leaders of every age
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Small School

93 Students in Grades K-6

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Small Classes

Average class size is 17

Alumni Q&A

Hear Aurora alumni Ava ’17, Brian ’10, Dash ’16, Jonathan ’12, and Sadie ’19 share their thoughts on multi-graded classrooms and how prepared they were for middle school, along with their favorite memories from their time at Aurora.

Diversity, Equity & Inclusion in the classroom

Recent diversity, equity, and inclusion topics have included the origin of skin color; the gender spectrum; immigration; and music and mass movements as resistance. For a glimpse of our classrooms in action, watch these video recaps.

For our parents to discuss race specifically, with their child(ren), our educators gathered this list of resources. We invite you to have a look.

Rolling admissions are open for the 2023-24 school year!
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