Public Schools Student: Teacher Ratio Statistics in Kansas

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  • Kansas public schools are composed of approximately average 14:1 student:teacher ratio (2020).
  • The public schools in Kansas with the lowest student:teacher ratio are listed below.

Public Schools Student:Teacher Ratio Statistics in Kansas (2020)

  • School Student:Teacher Ratio Grades Location
  • WichitaRank: #1-21.-2. Student : Teacher Ratio: 2:1
    Grades: K-51221 E Galena Suite 329
    WichitaKS 67216
    (316)973-6400

  • CopelandRank: #1-21.-2. Student : Teacher Ratio: 2:1
    Grades: 6-8105 Thatcher
    CopelandKS 67837
    (620)668-5565

  • WichitaRank: #3-53.-5.
    Levy Sp Ed Center
    Student : Teacher Ratio: 3:1
    Grades: K-12400 N Woodchuck
    WichitaKS 67212
    (316)973-3400

  • Kansas CityRank: #3-53.-5.
    School For Blind Elementary SchoolSpecial Education School
    Student : Teacher Ratio: 3:1
    Grades: PK-61100 State Avenue
    Kansas CityKS 66102
    (913)305-3000

  • OlatheRank: #3-53.-5.
    School For Deaf Elementary SchoolSpecial Education School
    Student : Teacher Ratio: 3:1
    Grades: PK-6450 East Park Street
    OlatheKS 66061
    (913)210-8200

  • AtticaRank: #6-156.-15.
    Attica High School
    Student : Teacher Ratio: 4:1
    Grades: 9-12718 N Main
    AtticaKS 67009
    (620)254-7915

  • CaneyRank: #6-156.-15.
    Caney Valley Charter AcademyCharter School
    Student : Teacher Ratio: 4:1
    Grades: 9-12601 E. Bullpups Blvd
    CaneyKS 67333
    (620)879-9232

  • TopekaRank: #6-156.-15.
    Capital City
    Student : Teacher Ratio: 4:1
    Grades: 6-12500 Sw Tuffy Kellog Dr
    TopekaKS 66606
    (785)295-3600

  • AtchisonRank: #6-156.-15.
    Central School
    Student : Teacher Ratio: 4:1
    Grades: 1-12215 N 8th Street
    AtchisonKS 66002
    (913)360-6540

  • HamiltonRank: #6-156.-15. Student : Teacher Ratio: 4:1
    Grades: PK-62596 W Road
    HamiltonKS 66853
    (620)678-3410

  • GalenaRank: #6-156.-15.
    Liberty Elementary SchoolCharter School
    Student : Teacher Ratio: 4:1
    Grades: 9-12702 E. 7th Street
    GalenaKS 66739
    (620)783-4499

  • OlatheRank: #6-156.-15.
    School For Deaf High SchoolSpecial Education School
    Student : Teacher Ratio: 4:1
    Grades: 7-12450 East Park Street
    OlatheKS 66061
    (913)210-8200

  • WichitaRank: #6-156.-15. Student : Teacher Ratio: 4:1
    Grades: 9-122400 Wassall St
    WichitaKS 67216
    (316)973-1600

  • GrainfieldRank: #6-156.-15.
    Wheatland High School
    Student : Teacher Ratio: 4:1
    Grades: 9-122920 K 23
    GrainfieldKS 67737
    (785)673-4223

  • WinonaRank: #6-156.-15.
    Winona High School
    Student : Teacher Ratio: 4:1
    Grades: 9-125th & Wilson
    WinonaKS 67764
    (785)846-7496

  • LongtonRank: #16-2316.-23. Student : Teacher Ratio: 5:1
    Grades: 7-12701 S Delaware
    LongtonKS 67352
    (620)642-2215

  • GrinnellRank: #16-2316.-23. Student : Teacher Ratio: 5:1
    Grades: 5-8402 S. Monroe
    GrinnellKS 67738
    (785)824-3277

  • TopekaRank: #16-2316.-23.
    Hope Street Charter AcademyCharter School
    Student : Teacher Ratio: 5:1
    Grades: 9-121900 Sw Hope Street
    TopekaKS 66604
    (785)438-4280

  • GreensburgRank: #16-2316.-23. Student : Teacher Ratio: 5:1
    Grades: 9-12720 S. Main
    GreensburgKS 67054
    (620)723-2164

  • MankatoRank: #16-2316.-23.
    Mankato High School
    Student : Teacher Ratio: 5:1
    Grades: 9-12710 E Madison
    MankatoKS 66956
    (785)378-3126

  • NatomaRank: #16-2316.-23.
    Natoma High (7-12)
    Student : Teacher Ratio: 5:1
    Grades: 7-12710 5th Street
    NatomaKS 67651
    (785)885-4849

  • Kansas CityRank: #16-2316.-23.
    School For Blind High SchoolSpecial Education School
    Student : Teacher Ratio: 5:1
    Grades: 7-121100 State Avenue
    Kansas CityKS 66102
    (913)305-3000

  • WichitaRank: #16-2316.-23. Student : Teacher Ratio: 5:1
    Grades: 6-81221 E Galena Suite 373
    WichitaKS 67216
    (316)973-7650

  • BucklinRank: #24-3824.-38.
    Bucklin High School
    Student : Teacher Ratio: 6:1
    Grades: 9-12422 S Main
    BucklinKS 67834
    (620)826-3241

  • DamarRank: #24-3824.-38. Student : Teacher Ratio: 6:1
    Grades: PK-5402 3rd Street
    DamarKS 67632
    (785)839-4265

  • DeerfieldRank: #24-3824.-38. Student : Teacher Ratio: 6:1
    Grades: 6-8803 Beech Street
    DeerfieldKS 67838
    (620)426-7901

  • GlascoRank: #24-3824.-38. Student : Teacher Ratio: 6:1
    Grades: PK-8200 Haynes & Buffalo St
    GlascoKS 67445
    (785)568-2291

  • HamiltonRank: #24-3824.-38.
    Hamilton High School
    Student : Teacher Ratio: 6:1
    Grades: 7-122596 W Road
    HamiltonKS 66853
    (620)678-3651

  • CubaRank: #24-3824.-38.
    Hillcrest High School
    Student : Teacher Ratio: 6:1
    Grades: 9-12Box 167
    CubaKS 66940
    (785)729-3333

  • LoganRank: #24-3824.-38.
    Logan High School
    Student : Teacher Ratio: 6:1
    Grades: 7-12305 N Sherman
    LoganKS 67646
    (785)689-7574

  • PalcoRank: #24-3824.-38.
    Palco High School
    Student : Teacher Ratio: 6:1
    Grades: 9-12502 Ash Street
    PalcoKS 67657
    (785)737-4645

  • SenecaRank: #24-3824.-38. Student : Teacher Ratio: 6:1
    Grades: K-69857 State Hwy 178
    SenecaKS 66538
    (785)336-3201

  • MontezumaRank: #24-3824.-38. Student : Teacher Ratio: 6:1
    Grades: 9-12101 S Aztec
    MontezumaKS 67867
    (620)846-2281

  • KensingtonRank: #24-3824.-38. Student : Teacher Ratio: 6:1
    Grades: K-3128 S Kansas Street
    KensingtonKS 66951
    (785)476-3241

  • RansomRank: #24-3824.-38. Student : Teacher Ratio: 6:1
    Grades: 9-12100 School St.
    RansomKS 67572
    (785)731-2352

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