About Staley

  • Grades 9-12
    Established 2008
    Mascot: Falcons
    Colors: Green, Black and Silver

    School Hours:  7:43 a.m. - 2:40 p.m. (Thursday Early Release: 2:05 p.m.)
    Half-Day Release is 11:01 a.m.

    2018 Staley High School Profile

History

  • Staley Ribbon Cutting In April of 2005, voters in a bond election approved the building of a new high school in North Kansas City Schools.

    The result is a 314,000 square foot, 65 acre, environmentally friendly and energy-saving building. Historic dates in the annals of Staley include the Grand Opening and Ribbon Cutting, August 18, 2008 and Building Dedication Ceremony and Community Open House, September 21, 2008.  Ground breaking was October 28, 2005. With that commitment in hand, community and educator collaboration resulted in the design of a truly advanced environment for teaching and learning.

    Staley opening speech

    A momentous occasion occurred on April 16, 2008, when a committed group of students, parents, and staff met at Staley High School in room CR113 to write our founding documents. This historic date was the first official gathering at Staley High School.  As our students, parents, staff, and community remain true to the Vision, Mission, and Core Values, we will become a school destined for greatness with a proud history.

    In the fall of 2005, a committee composed of future students, staff, parents and community members engaged in a consensus decision process to determine the school colors and mascot. After receiving input from all constituencies, the committee recommended Green, Black and Silver as the official school colors and the Falcon as the official mascot. In the days of chivalry, Falcon held the meaning of “one who does not rest until the objective is achieved.” Green stood for Hope, Joy and Loyalty. Silver represented Peace.

     

    "Together... Traditions... Staley Strong"
     
     

Our Founding Documents

  • VISION STATEMENT
    Staley High School is a community where individual and collective gifts are celebrated to foster personal and academic excellence.

    MISSION STATEMENT
    We commit ourselves to create and sustain an inclusive environment of learning that challenges and inspires each of us to SOAR.

    CORE VALUES (SOAR)
    Service: We are committed to the greater good and actively seek opportunities to be of service. As we focus on serving others, we enhance our community and grow personally.
    Ownership: We are committed to internalizing our vision, mission and core values by taking ownership in our school programs, community and facility. We are responsible and accountable for our choices.
    Achievement: We are committed to maximizing every opportunity for personal and academic growth. We embrace a culture of authentic learning, which is evidenced by asking questions, collaborating, seeking solutions and fulfilling daily commitments.
    Respect: We are committed to demonstrating behavior that is considerate of the community, the campus, others and ourselves. We respect the right to teach and learn at all times. Relationships based on open, honest and caring communication are essential to a culture of respect.

Staley High School Crest

  • Staley High School crest

    Our School Crest will be an important symbol of Staley High School’s ideals, history, and culture for many years to come. The crest was developed by students (Matt Cook, Caitlyn Duckworth, Jessica Goldsberry, Derek Hukill, Robert Leslie, Hayley Ostronic, Caleb Rolfe, Samantha Watts, Matthew Zeilmann,) under the direction of Mrs. Chelle Cox and Mr. Steve Gorman (Staley Art teachers), and Jeff Enger (Jostens). The School Crest was carefully fashioned in the spring of 2008. The School Crest was unveiled during Back to School activities during the inaugural year. 

Our Alma Mater & Fight Song

  • Staley High School Alma Mater Staley High School Fight Song