Beyond the classroom

By the Numbers


Student-to-Teacher Ratio


Typical Class Size


AP Classes Offered


Percentage of WCS Students of Ethnic Diversity


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Students in grades 5-12 involved in at least one extracurricular activity


Mean ACT Score


Square feet of buildings on a 42-acre campus

Alumni Experiences


Among so many positive experiences and lessons from my days at WCS, I feel that the most powerful life lessons learned were to set high expectations for oneself and the realization that high achievement can only come from striving for sustained excellence.

- Christian Hourani, Cardiologist, Cardiovascular Consultants of Kansas


We were encouraged at Collegiate to explore many different learning opportunities within a supportive environment where it was safe to take risks and engage in activities and experiences outside of our comfort zones. There was a spirit of jump in and try it!

- Clare Vanderpool, Newberry Award-Winning Author


Collegiate provided such a positive, supportive, and encouraging environment for student athletes. My time at Collegiate allowed me to build a love for the game and a love for being a part of something big.

- R.C. Buford, CEO of the San Antonio Spurs

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Collegiate’s rigorous academics pushed me to develop a strong work ethic and an endless curiosity to never stop learning. Balancing the demands of the classroom with a host of activities on and off the athletic field provided a well-rounded foundation, which continues to serve me well to this day.

- Dr. Alex Sappok, Founder of Auto Tech Company FST


My experience at Wichita Collegiate was life-changing. This nurturing environment along with financial aid and Collegiate’s amazing resources made it possible for me to push myself and set lofty goals, while also giving me the tools to pursue them.

- Jaques Williams, MD Candidate at Columbia University Vagelos College of Physicians & Surgeons


The idea of earning respect and deserving success was ingrained in us at Collegiate. We knew that we had to prove ourselves to the faculty and to each other while we were at WCS. Probe Te Dignum! For me, that was a great motivator to keep up and thrive.

- Jenni Morse, Assistant District Attorney of Dallas County