One Great Campus — Two Great Schools
New State-of-the-Art Home of the Aiken Falcons
The new Aiken opens August 21, 2013 on a $29 million state-of-the art campus featuring two great schools. Both schools have national track records of success but serve different learning styles and are high-quality choices for 21st-Century learning.
Students at both schools will share opportunities to participate in the Aiken Falcons sports teams and other extracurricular activities The campus will feature an on-site health center serving students from both schools.
Carpe Diem — Aiken Campus
Carpe Diem is a tuition-free charter school sponsored by Cincinnati Public Schools, co-located on campus with Aiken High School. Carpe Diem uses a personalized blended-learning model that offers self-directed learning with a digital curriculum, flexible schedule and high-quality instruction to successfully educate grade 7-12 students. The Carpe Diem blended-learning model has an eight-year record of academic achievement, student success, and productive work environment for students and teachers.
Carpe Diem Learning Schools are NCA accredited and include Edgenuity’s (formerly Education2020) comprehensive instructional content; uBoost's online recognition and reward system; and a secure online portal to provide parents with real-time student data, including attendance, grades, and academic progress. Students learn at their own pace, mastering material prior to moving on to the next level.
Aiken New Tech
Aiken New Tech, part of the New Tech Network – which offers an innovative and nationally recognized program celebrated for increasing graduation rates, test scores and college and career readiness – empowers students for lifelong success through project-based learning, integrated technology and real-world experiences that give them the entrepreneurial skills they need to thrive in a 21st-century, global economy.
Aiken New Tech
Applications are being accepted online via the High School Lottery.
CPS Parents - Enter High School Lottery via PowerSchool.
Non-CPS Parents - Enter High School Lottery via a CPS-networked Computer.
NOTE: Parents of non-CPS students now in 6th, 7th and 8th grades interested in CPS' high schools should come to the Customer Help Center at CPS' Education Center, 2651 Burnet Avenue, Corryville (45219). A CPS-network computer must be used to file a high school application for 7th, 8th and 9th grades.