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  • For the 2018-19 school year, there are 69 top blue ribbon public schools in Kansas, serving 28,580 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 36% of the student body (majority Hispanic), which is more than the Kansas state average of 35%.
  • The student:teacher ratio of 15:1 is more than the state average of 14:1.

Top Kansas Blue Ribbon Public Schools (2018-19)

  • School Location Students Year
  • Basehor Basehor-linwood High School
    2108 North 155 Street
    Basehor, KS 66007
    (913)724-2266

    673 students
    Year: 2012
  • Baxter Springs Baxter Springs High School
    100 N Military
    Baxter Springs, KS 66713
    (620)856-3366

    484 students
    Year: 2005
  • Dodge City Beeson Elementary School
    1700 W Beeson Rd
    Dodge City, KS 67801
    (620)227-1605

    355 students
    Year: 2008
  • Leawood Blue Valley North High School
    12200 Lamar Ave.
    Leawood, KS 66209
    (913)239-3000

    1514 students
    Year: 2008
  • Wichita Buckner Performing Arts Magnet Elementary School Magnet School
    3530 E 27th N
    Wichita, KS 67220
    (316)973-9350

    399 students
    Year: 2007
  • Wichita Campus High Haysville
    2100 W 55th St South
    Wichita, KS 67217
    (316)554-2236

    1755 students
    Year: 2013
  • Goddard Challenger Intermediate School
    335 N Walnut
    Goddard, KS 67052
    (316)794-4040

    406 students
    Year: 2016
  • Chanute Chanute Elementary School
    500 Osa Martin Boulevard
    Chanute, KS 66720
    (620)432-2560

    863 students
    Year: 2016
  • Chapman Chapman High School
    400 W 4th
    Chapman, KS 67431
    (785)922-6561

    343 students
    Year: 2013
  • Junction City Eisenhower Elementary School
    1625 St Marys Rd
    Junction City, KS 66441
    (785)717-4340

    309 students
    Year: 2017
  • Norton Eisenhower Elementary School
    1100 Eisenhower Drive
    Norton, KS 67654
    (785)877-5113

    363 students
    Year: 2004
  • Ellinwood Ellinwood Elementary School
    310 E. 6th St.
    Ellinwood, KS 67526
    (620)564-2750

    277 students
    Year: 2003
  • Ellsworth Ellsworth Elementary School
    110 E 3rd
    Ellsworth, KS 67439
    (785)472-5554

    263 students
    Year: 2008
  • Kansas City Eugene Ware Elementary School
    4820 Oakland
    Kansas City, KS 66102
    (913)627-5950

    316 students
    Year: 2006
  • Fort Scott Eugene Ware Elementary School
    900 E Third
    Fort Scott, KS 66701
    (620)223-3380

    409 students
    Year: 2006
  • Arkansas City Frances Willard Elementary School
    201 N 4th
    Arkansas City, KS 67005
    (620)441-2050

    272 students
    Year: 2006
  • Kansas City Frances Willard Elementary School
    3400 Orville
    Kansas City, KS 66102
    (913)627-6100

    502 students
    Year: 2006
  • Junction City Franklin Elementary School
    410 W 2nd
    Junction City, KS 66441
    (785)717-4380

    231 students
    Year: 2010
  • Garden City Garden City High School
    2720 Buffalo Way Blvd
    Garden City, KS 67846
    (620)805-5400

    2155 students
    Year: 2012
  • Garden Plain Garden Plain High School
    720 Sedgwick
    Garden Plain, KS 67050
    (316)531-2272

    185 students
    Year: 2010
  • Gardner Gardner Elementary School
    218 E Shawnee
    Gardner, KS 66030
    (913)856-3300

    317 students
    Year: 2017
  • Augusta Garfield Elementary School
    1053 Osage
    Augusta, KS 67010
    (316)775-6601

    248 students
    Year: 2006
  • Herington Herington Elementary School
    1403 North D Street
    Herington, KS 67449
    (785)258-3234

    248 students
    Year: 2007
  • Lawrence Hillcrest Elementary School
    1045 Hilltop Dr
    Lawrence, KS 66044
    (785)832-5720

    350 students
    Year: 2018
  • Arkansas City I X L Elementary School
    6758 322nd Road
    Arkansas City, KS 67005
    (620)441-2055

    252 students
    Year: 2005
  • Wichita Jefferson Elementary School
    4615 E Orme
    Wichita, KS 67218
    (316)973-3000

    429 students
    Year: 2004
  • Fort Riley Jefferson Elementary School
    4720 Jackson Avenue
    Fort Riley, KS 66442
    (785)717-4550

    308 students
    Year: 2004
  • Manhattan Lee Elementary School
    701 Lee Street
    Manhattan, KS 66502
    (785)587-2050

    488 students
    Year: 2018
  • Hoisington Lincoln Elementary School
    516 N Pine
    Hoisington, KS 67544
    (620)653-4549

    120 students
    Year: 2007
  • Louisburg Louisburg High School
    202 Aquatic Drive
    Louisburg, KS 66053
    (913)837-1720

    539 students
    Year: 2011
  • Liberal Macarthur Elementary School
    925 S Holly
    Liberal, KS 67905
    (620)604-1700

    226 students
    Year: 2011
  • Quenemo Marais Des Cygnes Valley Elementary School
    213 N 8th
    Quenemo, KS 66528
    (785)759-3512

    122 students
    Year: 2014
  • Marion Marion Elementary School
    1400 E Lawrence
    Marion, KS 66861
    (620)382-3771

    241 students
    Year: 2018
  • Eureka Marshall Elementary School
    1015 N Jefferson
    Eureka, KS 67045
    (620)583-5537

    394 students
    Year: 2012
  • Abilene Mckinley Elementary School
    112 N Rogers
    Abilene, KS 67410
    (785)263-2311

    233 students
    Year: 2016
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