Students who are involved in any activities and athletics, grades 8-12, must review & complete the forms below.
Aurora High School’s colors are red and white. The school insignia is the Husky. The Husky is an animal known for its courage, power, and strength and symbolizes the spirit and pride of Aurora High School students as they compete in activities.
Students are encouraged to get involved in the following activities. These activities promote CITIZENSHIP, SPORTSMANSHIP, AND SELF-DISCIPLINE.
Students may join:
- Concert Band
- Percussion Ensemble
- Brass Ensemble
- Pep Band
- Jazz Band
- Band Color guard
One Act Play
FBLA (Future Business Leaders of America)
FFA (Future Farmers of America)
FPS (Future Problem Solvers)
Journalism – Husky Bark
- Mixed Chorus
NHS (National Honor Society)
See weekly scores of opponents, points, schedules, and more at NSAA.
Aurora is a member of the Central Conference, one of the most prestigious and competitive activity conferences in the state. Aurora’s tradition of activity success continues with frequent participation at the championship level of conference, district and state competitions.
Husky shirts, sweatshirts, jackets, head wear, and other miscellaneous items are available from the Aurora Huskies Booster Club.
Entire year passes are available for students and adults, and may be purchased in advance at the High School Office. Senior Citizen Passes (60+) are free of charge and are also available at the high school office.Students in grades (6-12) who purchase an activity pass will have their picture taken and be given a plastic card similar to a student ID card stating they have paid for their activity pass. Students in grades K-5 will receive a paper pass.
- Student(Aurora K-12)-$10
- Middle School Family Pass(Good for MS events only)-$20
- Senior Citizen Passes (Resident of Hamilton County ONLY; 60 yrs & up)-Free
Game Day Prices
Other schools in the Central Conference.
- West Division
- Central City
- Columbus Lakeview Cross Country Course
- Grand Island Northwest
- East Division