Boarding School Great Bend KS

The two types of boarding school are college-preparatory boarding schools, which are for students looking for greater personal and academic challenges, and therapeutic boarding schools, which are geared toward students with home and school difficulties. Students who live at these residential schools are called boarders. Boarders’ access to faculty is high, and there is a high degree of personal attention from faculty available. Read on to learn more and to gain access to boarding schools in Great Bend, KS.

Great Bend High School
(620) 793-1521
2027 Morton
Great Bend, KS
Grade Range
9-12
Total No. Students
984
School County
Barton

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Claflin Junior/senior High School
(620) 587-3801
700 Albro
Claflin, KS
Grade Range
7-12
Total No. Students
146
School County
Barton

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Otis-bison High School
(785) 387-2337
Eagle Street
Otis, KS
Grade Range
9-12
Total No. Students
65
School County
Rush

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Pleasant Ridge High School
(913) 651-5556
32500 Easton Road
Easton, KS
Grade Range
9-12
Total No. Students
253
School County
Leavenworth

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Wellington High School
(620) 326-4310
1700 East 16th Street
Wellington, KS
Grade Range
9-12
Total No. Students
496
School County
Sumner

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Ellinwood High School
(620) 564-3136
210 E 2nd
Ellinwood, KS
Grade Range
9-12
Total No. Students
179
School County
Barton

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Hoisington High School
(620) 653-2141
218 East 7th
Hoisington, KS
Grade Range
9-12
Total No. Students
200
School County
Barton

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Dodge City High School
(620) 227-1611
2201 Ross Blvd.
Dodge City, KS
Grade Range
9-12
Total No. Students
1694
School County
Ford

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Eastern Heights High School
(785) 638-2244
941 Kansas Avenue
Agra, KS
Grade Range
6-12
Total No. Students
79
School County
Phillips

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Olathe Northwest High School
(913) 780-7150
21300 College Blvd
Olathe, KS
Grade Range
10-12
Total No. Students
1161
School County
Johnson

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In the United States there is a network of independent residential schools for boys and girls aged 10 to 18 years old. Called “boarding schools,” they were established by dedicated educators to meet specific goals.

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In the United States there is a network of independent residential schools for boys and girls aged 10 to 18 years old. Called “boarding schools,” they were established by dedicated educators to meet specific goals. These goals were usually to have students achieve excellence in academics, gain sound moral and spiritual character, and develop physical strength and dexterity, usually through competitive sports.

The primary aim of the majority of U.S. boarding schools is to fully prepare young students for enrollment in leading universities. Some of these schools are over 200 years old and have educated many of the world’s most influential and successful business executives, politicians, scientists, educators and leaders of the 20th century.

Why Choose an American School?

Schools in the U.S.A. offer outstanding educational programs taught by dedicated and skilled teachers. These schools are clearly focused on excellence in education for young students, and intellectual growth is stressed along with the importance of personal and societal values.

In addition to gaining a superb education in some of the best schools in the world, there are ten very good reasons why you should consider studying in the U.S.A.:

  • To gain independence, discipline and maturity by living away from home
  • To gain admission to U.S. universities and colleges
  • To have the opportunity to be a leader in the classroom and/or on the athletic field
  • To become fluent in reading, writing and speaking English
  • To gain knowledge of United States culture, geography, economics and daily life
  • To make new and life-long friends from around the world
  • To have relationships with role-model teachers outside of the classroom
  • To have small classes and individual help with a variety of subjects
  • To learn something new: a sport, acting, playing an instrument, riding a horse
  • To have an opportunity to play U.S. high school sports

Attending school in the U.S.A. can be a little scary and expensive, but it also can be one of the best investments that you and your parents can make. It will assure you of a quality education and a solid foundation of skills and values for continuing studies at the university level and for a lifetime.

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