Students in the KCKPS All-City Children's Choir gear up for a big concert
KCKPS students compete in the 2023 WyCo Spelling Bee Competition
Kansas City, Kansas Public Schools has many wonderful athletes to celebrate. One who is creating a buzz on the wrestling mat is Kamahni Jackson, the only member of J.C. Harmon’s girls wrestling team.
Central Middle School students win Breakthrough Award at Robotics Competition
Three member of the Schlagle High School Band earned scholarships to the University of Arkansas Pine Bluff
KCKPS holds first ever Excellence in Education Ceremony
Students across Kansas City, Kansas Public Schools sang holiday carols at various locations across the district
More than a dozen high school from KCKPS earn art scholarships to KCKCC
The F.L. Schlagle Chamber Choir spreads holiday cheer
Six members of the F.L. Schlagle Band earned college scholarships to Lincoln University in Missouri.
Students at Wyandotte High School created artwork that went on display at the Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art.
Kansas City, Kansas Public Schools knows the importance of giving all students the best opportunity to explore and discover an interest that may one day turn into a career. With the advancement of technology every day, a career in the STEAM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Art, Mathematics) field is highly desired in the United States.
Ten seniors at Wyandotte High School received free tuition to Avila University in south Kansas City, Missouri.
Congratulations to the October Students of the Month! They were recognized at the October 25th Board of Education meeting.
JC Harmon High School sophomore Bertha Fornelis designed the t-shirt for the College Fair Day event.
F.L. Schlagle Senior Alan Hernandez was in the right place at the right time to help during a medical emergency.