Counties in Kansas

There are 102 counties in Kansas that contain high schools. Click on the county to view the high schools located there.

County Schools Students Free or Reduced Lunch Student to Teacher Ratio
Allen County 3 677 56% 10.7
Anderson County 2 524 48% 11.2
Atchison County 1 201 12.0
Barber County 2 285 37% 7.6
Barton County 6 1,922 58% 11.8
Bourbon County 2 186 8.6
Brown County 3 389 52% 7.7
Butler County 14 8,053 19% 18.7
Chase County 1 170 31% 7.6
Chautauqua County 2 297 55% 10.5
Cherokee County 5 1,257 56% 12.2
Cheyenne County 2 207 45% 7.7
Clark County 3 167 41% 7.6
Clay County 2 413 37% 11.5
Cloud County 4 645 51% 10.7
Coffey County 4 592 37% 10.3
Comanche County 1 100 27% 10.5
Cowley County 6 1,806 56% 11.6
Crawford County 6 2,103 46% 12.8
Dickinson County 6 1,242 41% 11.3
Doniphan County 4 521 45% 36.7
Douglas County 7 5,761 32% 15.7
Edwards County 1 147 49% 11.1
Elk County 2 423 61% 9.7
Ellis County 4 1,566 26% 14.9
Ellsworth County 2 364 45% 9.7
Finney County 5 3,633 65% 15.7
Ford County 3 2,232 71% 14.8
Franklin County 6 1,478 49% 11.9
Geary County 2 1,879 49% 11.5
Gove County 2 133 31% 5.5
Graham County 1 164 44% 9.9
Grant County 1 545 55% 17.6
Gray County 3 465 39% 8.6
Greeley County 1 120 63% 7.9
Greenwood County 3 431 55% 7.8
Hamilton County 1 243 56% 10.9
Harper County 2 302 62% 9.2
Harvey County 7 2,423 47% 12.8
Haskell County 3 352 57% 10.1
Hodgeman County 1 137 39% 9.0
Jackson County 3 733 40% 10.4
Jefferson County 6 1,195 37% 10.7
Johnson County 10 3,657 12.3
Kearny County 2 222 54% 7.8
Kingman County 3 376 37% 9.1
Kiowa County 2 276 53% 13.8
Lane County 2 137 45% 7.6
Leavenworth County 9 4,237 31% 14.0
Lincoln County 2 252 53% 8.5
Linn County 3 708 51% 11.5
Logan County 2 160 46% 7.2
Lyon County 4 1,857 51% 14.0
Marion County 5 1,230 34% 12.2
Marshall County 4 732 37% 10.2
Mcpherson County 7 2,369 22% 16.3
Meade County 2 215 36% 9.1
Miami County 4 1,614 37% 14.0
Mitchell County 4 753 19% 9.2
Montgomery County 8 2,370 50% 12.6
Morris County 2 382 47% 11.5
Morton County 4 866 52% 19.6
Nemaha County 4 683 27% 10.5
Neosho County 4 851 50% 10.8
Ness County 2 196 43% 8.7
Norton County 3 399 43% 9.4
Osage County 5 865 45% 10.2
Osborne County 3 304 51% 7.8
Ottawa County 3 567 41% 10.5
Pawnee County 3 475 55% 8.5
Phillips County 2 266 39% 8.0
Pottawatomie County 5 1,367 29% 10.6
Pratt County 2 516 30% 14.1
Rawlins County 1 144 47% 7.4
Reno County 14 4,699 48% 12.1
Republic County 2 311 45% 9.6
Rice County 4 614 50% 10.0
Riley County 5 2,807 38% 12.8
Rooks County 3 306 39% 8.8
Rush County 4 252 58% 8.9
Russell County 1 236 45% 9.3
Saline County 7 3,080 43% 12.2
Scott County 1 262 44% 10.2
Sedgwick County 40 29,746 43% 24.3
Seward County 5 2,384 76% 13.3
Shawnee County 18 12,262 43% 13.7
Sheridan County 1 139 28% 8.0
Sherman County 1 421 48% 12.0
Smith County 2 250 49% 8.5
Stafford County 3 387 58% 7.7
Stanton County 1 201 60% 10.0
Stevens County 4 582 59% 11.4
Sumner County 7 1,380 42% 207.6
Thomas County 4 479 30% 10.4
Trego County 1 119 28% 8.6
Wabaunsee County 3 466 36% 10.6
Wallace County 2 109 36% 7.1
Washington County 3 305 41% 8.8
Wichita County 1 185 57% 8.4
Wilson County 3 648 54% 7.7
Woodson County 1 125 55% 8.1
Wyandotte County 10 8,380 70% 14.2
High Schools Elementary Schools

Data on U.S. Public High Schools & Private High Schools

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