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Aurora Schools and Demographics


Education near Aurora, CO

City County
High School Graduates 85.57 91.07
College Degree - 2 year 8.98 8.28
College Degree - 4 year 26.61 38.49
Graduate Degree 6.24 9.75
Expenditures per Student 10,841 10,841
Students per Teacher 22.8 23.9

Private Schools near Aurora, CO

Grades Students P/T Ratio ZIP
Cedar Wood Christian Academy KG - 12 53 7.2 80010
Excelsior Youth Center 06 - 12 139 7.1 80014

Colleges near Aurora, CO

Tuition URL ZIP
Art Institute of Colorado $17280 80203
Bel-Rea Institute of Animal Technology $9375 80247
Cambridge College 80011
Center of Advanced Therapeutics 80210
College America-Denver 80222
Colorado School of Traditional Chinese Med... 80206
Community College of Aurora $2130 80011
Community College of Denver $2151 80204
Concorde Career Institute 80010
Denver Automotive and Diesel College $8524 80223
Emily Griffith Opportunity School $3600 80204
Healthone-School of Medical Technology 80218
Heritage College 80212
Iliff School of Theology 80210
Johnson & Wales University-Denver $19992 80220
Metropolitan State College of Denver $3768 80217
National American University-Denver $8510 80222
Parks College $11904 80229
Parks College-Aurora $9360 80012
Pickens Technical Center $1926 80011
Pima Medical Institute 80221
Platt College 80014
Regis University $22200 80221
Teikyo Loretto Heights University $13820 80236
University of Colorado At Denver $4093 80217
University of Colorado Health Sciences Cen... 80262
University of Denver $26610 80208
Westwood College-Denver North $11187 80221
Westwood College-Denver South $11187 80227
Xenon International School of Hair Design ... $9000 80014
Yeshiva Toras Chaim Talmudical Seminary $6750 80204

Demographics near Aurora, CO

City County
Neighborhood Type
Population 326,249 574,357
Population Density 2,109 720
Median Age 33.3 35.7
People per Household 2.6 2.5
Median Household Income 51,048 60,400
Average Income per Capita 24,528 32,845

Aurora Real Estate

Named for the Goddess of Dawn, Aurora is one of the most popular places to buy a home in Colorado. Located directly east of Denver, residents of Aurora enjoy all the benefits of a metro suburb with affordable housing options and ample outdoor activities. Aurora is Colorado's third largest city. At 151 square miles, the city reaches into Arapahoe, Adams and Douglas counties.  Aurora's strategic comprehensive plan emphasizes the formation of livable, full-service neighborhoods.

Over 450 neighborhoods complete the fabric of the community.  Just minutes away from Denver International Airport (DIA), Aurora is home to a vibrant business environment, including major industries such as aerospace, which includes Raytheon company, Northrop Grumman, Lockeheed Martin and Boeing Company, military, Buckley Air Force Base, high-tech, biotechnology and health care, distribution and manufacturing. The Fitzsimmons Life Science district and Anschutz Medical Campus redevelopment project, consisting of one square mile, is undergoing a $5.2 billion transformation.  This site will eventually employ 44,569 people.  Education flourishes in Aurora, with five school districts and eight campuses of higher learning, meeting the instructional needs of residents and those beyond the city limits. Recreation includes 80 parks, 7 public golf courses, 7 outdoor and 3 indoor swimming pools and other recreational facilities.

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More Information about Aurora

At an elevation of 5,542 feet sits the city of Aurora, Colorado. The approximate population of Aurora is 326,249 residents. There are currently 536 properties for sale in Aurora, CO.

Aurora residents have a median household income of $51,048; compared to the surrounding county’s median household income of $60,400, and the national median household income of $53,046.

The median age for residents of Aurora is 33.3 years. Aurora is less family-centric than the surrounding county. In Aurora, 34.26% of households contain married families with children; compared to 35.46% in the surrounding county. Aurora has more single residents than the national average, with 10.24% compared to the national average of communities with 9.45% of single residents.

Aurora Weather

The average high temperature in July for Aurora is 90 degrees. The average low temperature for Aurora in January is 15.3 degrees. Aurora sees an average rainfall of approximately 16.9 inches per year, and a snow accumulation of 52.2 inches per year. There are an average of 243 days of sunlight each year in Aurora; compared to an average of 253 days across the state, and 205 days across the nation.

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