the power of small

the power to lead

the power of wonder

the power to make change

There are many ways to be a leader, and we at Aurora School believe students should practice them all.

Every day, we give students of different ages opportunities to work together side-by-side and learn from one another what it means to step up academically and socially. The world needs leaders who are as heart smart as they are head smart, and that’s precisely how Aurora graduates are described when they go on to the schools of their choice.

Small People

Creating leaders of every age

Small School

105 Students in Grades K-5

Small Classes

Average class size is 17

Feb
27
Tue
2018
Tuesday Morning Assemblies @ Aurora School Auditorium
Feb 27 @ 8:46 pm – 9:00 pm

Every Tuesday morning we come together in an all-school assembly to sing and share. We’d love for you to join us and get to know the Aurora community!

Date: Every Tuesday

Time: 8:45 am to 9:00 am

Location: Aurora Auditorium

RSVP here

Mar
6
Tue
2018
Tuesday Morning Assemblies @ Aurora School Auditorium
Mar 6 @ 8:46 pm – 9:00 pm

Every Tuesday morning we come together in an all-school assembly to sing and share. We’d love for you to join us and get to know the Aurora community!

Date: Every Tuesday

Time: 8:45 am to 9:00 am

Location: Aurora Auditorium

RSVP here

Mar
13
Tue
2018
Tuesday Morning Assemblies @ Aurora School Auditorium
Mar 13 @ 8:46 pm – 9:00 pm

Every Tuesday morning we come together in an all-school assembly to sing and share. We’d love for you to join us and get to know the Aurora community!

Date: Every Tuesday

Time: 8:45 am to 9:00 am

Location: Aurora Auditorium

RSVP here

Aurora News

Welcome Home 4/5 Students

Lead Teacher Charles Smith documented an amazing week in the video below. All of our 4/5 students, their teachers and some brave parents spent a week together on an environmental education trip to Walker Creek Ranch in West Marin County. They came back more connected...

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Underrepresented Voices

Every year students at Aurora participate in Integrated Art, a deep dive into a theme that stems from their social studies curriculum. This year, as part of their What is Civilization? unit, fourth and fifth grade students considered Underrepresented Voices. As they...

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