APS schools partner with a variety of organizations in the Aurora community. The organizations listed on this page have agreements with the Aurora Public Schools Health Services Department to provide student health services inside select school buildings and during district events. Please contact your building leader or school nurse if you have questions about options at your school.


APS School-Based Health Clinics

Call today for an appointment or view the latest School-Based Health Center Calendars.

School-Based Health Center Infographic

Call for an appointment or to ask questions.

Crawford Kids Clinic: 303-326-2090
Kids Clinic at Laredo: 303-326-1953
Trojan Wellness Center: 303-326-1570
(at Aurora Central H.S.)
Olympian Wellness Center: 303-326-2088
(at Gateway H.S.)

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No Vision Left Behind

As part of No Vision Left BehindEye Love Care partners with Title 1 schools to bring comprehensive eye exams and glasses to all students. The best part is there is no cost to the school or the parents!

Arapahoe County Public Health

Arapahoe County Public Health collaborates with APS schools to improve student vaccination rates by providing vaccination events for School District students and families.

They also have clinics for routine immunizations on select days. Check out their website for more information or call 303-734-5445 to schedule an appointment.


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The Colorado Comprehensive School-Centered Asthma Program (AsthmaCOMP)

The AsthmaCOMP Program (previously called Colorado Step Up Asthma) is a school-centered program designed to help students control asthma. The program brings together school districts, environmental agencies, health departments and other organizations to provide Open Airways for Schools programming.

They also support school staff by communicating with families and providers and providing additional support for students with poorly controlled or high-risk asthma.

Kenton Elementary is participating in this grant for the 2023-2024 school year.

Chopper Topper (KIND: Kids In Need of Dentistry)

Chopper Toppers partners with Denver area elementary schools to provide its Chopper Topper program for children with limited access to dental care at no cost.

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School Based Dental Clinics and Oral Health Outreach

Regular dental care is important for children of all ages. Doctors and dentists recommend the first dental visit by age 1 or when the first teeth come in. This provides us with the best chance to prevent cavities and improve the health of children’s teeth and gums.

Children's Hospital Colorado Dentistry program partners with select schools in APS to bring oral health services to preschool, kindergarten, and 1st graders.

Children’s Hospital Colorado

Aurora Public Schools (APS) has an ongoing information sharing agreement with Children's Hospital Colorado (CHCO). This agreement allows APS School Nurses to obtain access to select portions of student's medical records maintained by CHCO's electronic health record (EHR).

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