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List of high schools in Kansas


This is a list of high schools in the state of Kansas.

Allen County

Anderson County

Atchison County

Barber County

Barton County

Bourbon County

Brown County

Butler County

Chase County

Chautauqua County

Cherokee County

Cheyenne County

Clark County

Clay County

Cloud County

Coffey County

Comanche County

Cowley County

Crawford County

Decatur County

  • Decatur Community Junior/Senior High School, Oberlin

Dickinson County

Doniphan County

  • Doniphan West High School, Highland (formerly Midway and Highland High Schools)
  • Troy High School, Troy
  • Riverside High School, Wathena (Merger of Wathena and Elwood)

Douglas County

Edwards County

  • Kinsley Junior-Senior High School, Kinsley
  • Lewis High School, Lewis

Elk County

Ellis County

Ellsworth County

Finney County

Ford County

Franklin County

Geary County

Gove County

  • Quinter Junior-Senior High School, Quinter
  • Wheatland/Grinnell High School, Grainfield

Graham County

Grant County

Gray County

Greeley County

  • Greeley County High School, Tribune

Greenwood County

Hamilton County

Harper County

Harvey County

Haskell County

  • Satanta Junior-Senior High School, Satanta
  • Sublette High School, Sublette

Hodgeman County

  • Hodgeman County High School, Jetmore

Jackson County

  • Holton High School, Holton
  • Jackson Heights High School, Holton
  • Royal Valley High School, Hoyt

Jefferson County

Jewell County

Johnson County

Kearny County

Kingman County

Kiowa County

Labette County

Lane County

Leavenworth County

Lincoln County

Linn County

Logan County

Lyon County

Marion County

Marshall County

McPherson County

Meade County

Miami County

Mitchell County

Montgomery County

  • Caney Valley High School, Caney
  • Cherryvale Middle-High School, Cherryvale
  • Field Kindley High School, Coffeyville
  • Independence Bible School, Independence
  • Independence High School, Independence
  • Tyro Community Christian School, Tyro

Morris County

Morton County

Nemaha County

Neosho County

Ness County

Norton County

  • Northern Valley High School, Almena
  • Norton High School, Norton

Osage County

Osborne County

Ottawa County

Pawnee County

  • Larned High School, Larned
  • Pawnee Heights High School, Rozel

Phillips County

Pottawatomie County

  • Onaga Senior High School, Onaga
  • Wamego High School, Wamego

Pratt County

  • Pratt High School, Pratt
  • Skyline High School, Pratt
  • Walden Center Charter, Pratt

Rawlins County

  • Rawlins County High School, Atwood

Reno County

Republic County

Rice County

Riley County

Rooks County

Rush County

  • Lacrosse High School, Lacrosse
  • Otis-Bison High School, Otis

Russell County

Saline County

Scott County

Sedgwick County

Seward County

Shawnee County

Sheridan County

  • Hoxie High School, Website

Sherman County

Smith County

Stafford County

Stanton County

  • Stanton County High School, Johnson

Stevens County

Sumner County

Thomas County

Trego County

Wabaunsee County

Wallace County

  • Wallace County High School, Sharon Springs
  • Weskan High School, Weskan

Washington County

Wichita County

  • Wichita County High School, Leoti

Wilson County

Woodson County

  • Yates Center High School, Yates Center
  • People High School
  • R. Floyd Liberal Arts Magnet

Wyandotte County

See also

Schools portal
Kansas portal
Education portal

External links

  • List of high schools in Kansas from
  • Kansas State Department Of Education, KSDE
  • Kansas State High School Activities Association, KSHSAA
  • School consolidations in Kansas for past decade; Topeka-Capital Journal; July 24, 2011.
  • Kansas School District - Boundary Map, KSDE
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