Aurora Central High School

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Aurora Central High School
11700 East 11th Avenue
Aurora, Colorado 80010
Type Public High School
Established 1931[1]
School district Aurora Public Schools
Principal Gerardo De La Garza
Staff 171
Grades 9-12
Enrollment 2270[2]
Color(s) White, yellow, green, and black                 
Athletics 5A
Athletics conference East Metro Athletic Conference (EMAC)
Mascot Trojans

Aurora Central High School is a high school in Aurora, Colorado. It was originally named Aurora High School and was the first high school in Aurora Public Schools. When Hinkley High School was built in 1963, this school was renamed to its present title. The first class to graduate from the existing location was the Class of 1956.[1]


For the 2012-2013 school year, there were 2,270 students enrolled at Aurora Central High School. Their races were as follows:

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Coordinates: 39°43′56.66″N 104°51′8.41″W / 39.7324056°N 104.8523361°W / 39.7324056; -104.8523361