North Kansas City Schools is a widely heralded district for accomplishments in student achievement, computer technology, A+ Schools, cutting-edge instruction, and college and career preparation. The school district serves more than 18,500 students in suburban Kansas City-North and is fully accredited by the state of Missouri.
The district also is nationally accredited by the North Central Association's Commission on Accreditation and was the first school system in Missouri to meet that organization's rigorous districtwide quality standards. All four high schools are A+ certified, which means two years of college tuition reimbursement for students who meet the academic, attendance and citizenship criteria.
Thirty school locations are spread across the 82-square mile district. Elementary schools include Bell Prairie, Briarcliff, Chapel Hill, Chouteau, Clardy, Crestview, Davidson, Fox Hill, Gashland, Gracemor, Lakewood, Linden West, Maplewood, Meadowbrook, Nashua, Northview, Oakwood Manor, Ravenwood, Topping, West Englewood and Winnwood.
Five middle schools include Antioch, Eastgate, Maple Park, New Mark and Northgate.
High schools include North Kansas City, Oak Park, Staley and Winnetonka.