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There are 60 blue ribbon public schools in Kansas, serving 24,255 students.
These schools have been recognized by the Department of Education for achieving superior standards of academic excellence, Read more about this national school awards program and how blue ribbon schools work.
Minority enrollment is 37% of the student body (majority Hispanic), which is more than the Kansas state average of 34%. The student:teacher ratio of 15:1 is more than the state average of 14:1.

Kansas Blue Ribbon Public Schools

  • School Location Students Year
  • Basehor Basehor-linwood High School
    848 students | Year:  20122108 North 155 St
    BasehorKS 66007
    (913)724-2266
    8482012
  • Baxter Springs Baxter Springs High School
    452 students | Year:  2005100 North Military
    Baxter SpringsKS 66713
    (620)856-3366
    4522005
  • Dodge City Beeson Elementary School
    390 students | Year:  20081700 West Beeson Rd
    Dodge CityKS 67801
    (620)227-1605
    3902008
  • Leawood Blue Valley North High School
    1536 students | Year:  200812200 Lamar Ave
    LeawoodKS 66209
    (913)239-3000
    15362008
  • Wichita Buckner Performing Arts Magnet Elementary School
    Magnet School
    409 students | Year:  20073530 East 27th North
    WichitaKS 67220
    (316)973-9350
    4092007
  • Wichita Campus High Haysville
    1712 students | Year:  20132100 West 55th St South
    WichitaKS 67217
    (316)554-2236
    17122013
  • Chapman Chapman High School
    320 students | Year:  2013400 West 4th
    ChapmanKS 67431
    (785)922-6561
    3202013
  • Fort Riley Custer Hill Elementary School
    226 students | Year:  20036344 Hampton Place
    Fort RileyKS 66442
    (785)717-4320
    2262003
  • Junction City Eisenhower Elementary School
    305 students | Year:  20071625 St Marys Rd
    Junction CityKS 66441
    (785)717-4340
    3052007
  • Norton Eisenhower Elementary School
    377 students | Year:  20041100 Eisenhower Dr
    NortonKS 67654
    (785)877-5113
    3772004
  • Ellinwood Ellinwood Elementary School
    283 students | Year:  2003310 East 6th St
    EllinwoodKS 67526
    (620)564-2750
    2832003
  • Ellsworth Ellsworth Elementary School
    245 students | Year:  2008110 East 3rd
    EllsworthKS 67439
    (785)472-5554
    2452008
  • Kansas City Eugene Ware Elementary School
    335 students | Year:  20064820 Oakland
    Kansas CityKS 66102
    (913)627-5950
    3352006
  • Fort Scott Eugene Ware Elementary School
    415 students | Year:  2006900 East Third
    Fort ScottKS 66701
    (620)223-3380
    4152006
  • Kansas City Frances Willard Elementary School
    484 students | Year:  20063400 Orville
    Kansas CityKS 66102
    (913)627-6100
    4842006
  • Arkansas City Frances Willard Elementary School
    254 students | Year:  2006201 North 4th
    Arkansas CityKS 67005
    (620)441-2050
    2542006
  • Junction City Franklin Elementary School
    248 students | Year:  2010410 West 2nd
    Junction CityKS 66441
    (785)717-4380
    2482010
  • Garden City Garden City High School
    2018 students | Year:  20122720 Buffalo Way Blvd
    Garden CityKS 67846
    (620)805-5400
    20182012
  • Garden Plain Garden Plain High School
    194 students | Year:  2010720 Sedgwick
    Garden PlainKS 67050
    (316)531-2272
    1942010
  • Augusta Garfield Elementary School
    252 students | Year:  20061053 Osage
    AugustaKS 67010
    (316)775-6601
    2522006
  • Liberal Garfield Elementary School
    262 students | Year:  2006516 West 1st
    LiberalKS 67901
    (620)604-1500
    2622006
  • Herington Herington Elementary School
    241 students | Year:  20071403 North D St
    HeringtonKS 67449
    (785)258-3234
    2412007
  • Arkansas City I X L Elementary School
    302 students | Year:  20056758 322nd Rd
    Arkansas CityKS 67005
    (620)441-2055
    3022005
  • Wichita Jefferson Elementary School
    443 students | Year:  20044615 East Orme
    WichitaKS 67218
    (316)973-3000
    4432004
  • Fort Riley Jefferson Elementary School
    276 students | Year:  20044720 Jackson Ave
    Fort RileyKS 66442
    (785)717-4550
    2762004
  • Cawker City Lakeside Intermediate School
    83 students | Year:  2010605 Maple
    Cawker CityKS 67430
    (785)781-4911
    832010
  • Hoisington Lincoln Elementary School
    112 students | Year:  2007516 North Pine
    HoisingtonKS 67544
    (620)653-4549
    1122007
  • Louisburg Louisburg High School
    509 students | Year:  2011202 Aquatic Dr
    LouisburgKS 66053
    (913)837-1720
    5092011
  • Liberal Macarthur Elementary School
    190 students | Year:  2011925 South Holly
    LiberalKS 67901
    (620)604-1700
    1902011
  • Quenemo Marais Des Cygnes Valley Elementary School
    138 students | Year:  2014213 North 8th
    QuenemoKS 66528
    (785)759-3512
    1382014
  • Eureka Marshall Elementary School
    422 students | Year:  20121015 North Jefferson
    EurekaKS 67045
    (620)583-5537
    4222012
  • Lenexa Mill Creek Elementary School
    368 students | Year:  200313951 West 79th St
    LenexaKS 66215
    (913)993-3700
    3682003
  • Leawood Mission Trail Elementary School
    469 students | Year:  201313200 Mission Rd
    LeawoodKS 66209
    (913)239-6700
    4692013
  • Fort Riley Morris Hill Elementary School
    297 students | Year:  20074400 First Division Rd
    Fort RileyKS 66442
    (785)717-4650
    2972007
  • Salina Oakdale Elementary School
    509 students | Year:  2004811 East Iron
    SalinaKS 67401
    (785)309-4310
    5092004
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