Counties in Kansas

There are 101 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 3 710 54% 11.1
Anderson County 2 530 52% 10.4
Atchison County 1 184 11.0
Barber County 2 303 39% 7.8
Barton County 6 1,904 54% 11.6
Bourbon County 2 159 8.4
Butler County 1 326 10.0
Carter County 1 48 9.0
Chase County 1 178 36% 8.2
Chautauqua County 2 250 52% 7.1
Cherokee County 5 1,145 53% 12.8
Cheyenne County 2 196 45% 6.2
Clark County 3 174 41% 8.9
Clay County 2 414 37% 11.0
Cloud County 4 620 53% 9.1
Coffey County 4 580 39% 9.9
Comanche County 1 100 38% 9.9
Cowley County 1 79 6.0
Crawford County 6 1,891 43% 12.8
Decatur County 1 173 46% 9.8
Dickinson County 1 37 6.0
Doniphan County 5 600 46% 9.5
Douglas County 2 304 7.4
Edwards County 1 154 55% 8.1
Elk County 2 315 53% 7.8
Ellis County 4 1,405 26% 11.8
Ellsworth County 2 388 41% 10.3
Finney County 5 3,525 64% 14.4
Ford County 3 2,109 67% 15.5
Franklin County 6 1,496 45% 11.9
Geary County 3 2,049 43% 11.4
Gove County 2 168 39% 6.8
Graham County 1 168 46% 11.4
Grant County 1 493 55% 18.3
Gray County 3 505 36% 10.0
Greeley County 1 106 46% 8.0
Hamilton County 2 209 52% 8.2
Harper County 2 324 62% 10.3
Harvey County 2 26 5.1
Haskell County 4 367 61% 9.2
Hodgeman County 1 158 35% 10.6
Jackson County 3 791 38% 11.2
Jefferson County 6 1,314 39% 11.0
Jewell County 1 165 12.3
Johnson County 13 4,291 12.0
Kearny County 2 299 44% 9.8
Kingman County 3 350 44% 8.8
Kiowa County 2 370 47% 16.7
Labette County 5 1,176 57% 13.4
Lane County 2 136 32% 7.0
Leavenworth County 9 4,768 32% 14.9
Lincoln County 2 260 50% 9.1
Linn County 3 682 52% 10.4
Logan County 2 169 37% 7.4
Lyon County 5 1,867 61% 12.7
Marshall County 4 747 37% 9.6
Mcpherson County 1 164 8.0
Meade County 2 248 38% 9.4
Miami County 1 86 5.0
Mitchell County 4 564 28% 8.5
Montgomery County 2 202 7.6
Morton County 4 836 57% 18.3
Nemaha County 6 716 26% 9.4
Neosho County 1 58 6.0
Ness County 2 214 40% 8.0
Norton County 3 400 45% 8.8
Osage County 5 975 42% 11.0
Osborne County 3 324 54% 8.4
Ottawa County 3 495 42% 10.6
Pawnee County 4 489 58% 8.6
Phillips County 2 287 46% 9.3
Pottawatomie County 5 1,378 29% 11.1
Pratt County 2 576 32% 14.9
Rawlins County 1 144 44% 9.2
Reno County 3 464 11.0
Republic County 2 301 48% 9.4
Rice County 6 565 46% 7.5
Riley County 5 3,172 32% 13.1
Rooks County 3 276 39% 6.9
Rush County 3 243 43% 8.7
Russell County 1 251 40% 9.7
Saline County 7 3,380 41% 12.1
Scott County 1 241 41% 9.0
Sedgwick County 8 3,706 12.7
Seward County 5 2,291 71% 12.9
Shawnee County 19 11,854 41% 13.0
Sheridan County 1 120 32% 6.9
Sherman County 1 274 12.5
Smith County 2 266 41% 8.4
Stafford County 3 379 59% 9.4
Stanton County 1 200 63% 10.6
Stevens County 4 609 52% 10.8
Sumner County 7 940 43% 9.2
Thomas County 4 497 33% 10.4
Trego County 1 94 20% 8.5
Wabaunsee County 3 460 41% 10.7
Wallace County 2 115 45% 7.1
Washington County 3 346 37% 5.9
Wichita County 1 179 54% 9.0
Woodson County 1 134 52% 11.4
Wyandotte County 11 7,975 72% 15.0
High Schools Elementary Schools

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

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