Top Kansas School Districts

  • For the 2018-19 school year, there are 298 top school districts in Kansas, serving 481,982 students.
  • The most diverse district is Wichita School District, with a diversity score of 0.73.  The largest school district is Wichita, serving 50,148 students.

Top Kansas School Districts (2018-19)

    School District
    # Students
    Diversity Score
    Graduation %
    Abilene 1,642 0.22 85-89%
    Altoona-midway 197 0.22 ≥50%
    Andover 7,422 0.42 85%
    Argonia 170 0.24 ≥50%
    Arkansas City 2,872 0.57 75-79%
    Ashland 175 0.40 ≥50%
    Atchison 1,718 0.43 85-89%
    Atchison County Community Schools 592 0.12 80-89%
    Attica 127 0.12 ≥50%
    Auburn Washburn 6,288 0.45 91%
    Augusta 2,271 0.24 85-89%
    Baldwin City 1,403 0.15 90-94%
    Barber County North 483 0.20 ≥90%
    Barnes 308 0.23 ≥80%
    Basehor-linwood 2,236 0.26 90%
    Baxter Springs 1,063 0.30 90-94%
    Belle Plaine 625 0.21 ≥90%
    Beloit 827 0.12 90-94%
    Blue Valley 22,537 0.42 96%
    Blue Valley 210 0.08 ≥50%
    Bluestem 506 0.22 80-89%
    Bonner Springs 2,644 0.57 80-84%
    Brewster 73 0.13 ≥80%
    Bucklin 249 0.24 ≥50%
    Buhler 2,281 0.19 90-94%
    Burlingame Public School 315 0.08 ≥80%
    Burlington 852 0.19 ≥90%
    Burrton 127 0.25 60-79%
    Caldwell 138 0.30 ≥80%
    Caney Valley 792 0.46 90-94%
    Canton-galva 389 0.19 ≥80%
    Cedar Vale 189 0.35 ≥50%
    Central 317 0.27 ≥90%
    Central Heights 577 0.15 ≥90%
    Central Plains 107 0.13 n/a
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