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Come see the difference that WCS could make for your child!

Please explore our website and also take a look in the "Parents" and "Students" part of the site to see what is happening in the different divisions and classrooms. Want to learn more? Check out Sparty's Blog to hear from faculty, staff, students, and parents. Of course, nothing can take the place of a campus visit to really see the differences and benefits of a Wichita Collegiate educational experience. Schedule a tour today!

News & Notices

What's Happening at WCS

WCS Boys Tennis is the 3A State Champion! This marks the 53rd State Championship for Coach Dave Hawley and his teams. 

Congratulations to seniors JeAnna Gregg and Rose Cunningham, for earning their place at the 2019 Congressional Art Show, a nationwide high school visual art competition sponsored annually by Members of the U.S. House of Representatives. 

Upper School science students have been off campus doing incredible things this past week! Did you know that WCS offers Chemistry 1, AP Chemistry, and Advanced Chemistry Research (post-AP) in the Upper School?  They are taught by Maricar Harris, who last weekend presented at the Kansas Association of Teachers of Science (KATS) annual conference at the Cosmosphere in Hutchinson. Mrs. Harris presented two sessions: (1) Review Games - Fun with Chemistry and (2) Using Food and Nutrition to Teach Science.

In the final Collegiate Middle School assembly for 2018-19, 8th grader Tyler MacKenzie was recognized by math teacher Mrs. Schwarz for his many accomplishments throughout his four years in Middle School.

Facts at a Glance

Info About WCS

merits

8:1 Student-to-Teacher Ratio

piggy bank

15 Typical Class Size

acceptance

17 Number of AP Classes at WCS - the most offered at any school in Wichita

graduation

24 % of WCS Students of Ethnic Diversity

Destination Colleges

A partial list of graduate destinations

washu
olemiss
OSU
ou
uconn
unc
harvard
mit
stanford
princeton
baylor
BC
berkeley
duke
emory
kstate
ku
penn