We reviewed 31,242 U.S. public high schools; 32 Kansas schools made our rankings.View Rankings
To graduate, Kansas high school students must earn at least 21 credits in English language arts, history and government, science, mathematics, physical education, fine arts and electives. High school students also take state assessments in math, science, reading, writing and history and government, according to the Kansas State Department of Education.
Of the Kansas schools in the 2014 U.S. News Best High Schools rankings, two were awarded silver medals and 30 received bronze medals. The top-ranked high school in Kansas is East High School, a part of Witchita Public Schools, which is about 140 miles from Topeka.