North Kansas City School District

North Kansas City School District 74 or NKC Schools is a school district headquartered in Kansas City, Missouri.[1] It serves sections of Kansas City and North Kansas City.

As of 2019 it has over 20,000 students,[2] and has about 82 square miles (210 km2) of area.[3]

The Harlem School District 72 and Glenwood School District 73 merged into the NKC Schools district on March 4, 1913. Its first school, Kenneth School, opened in summer 1913.[3]

SchoolsEdit

High schools:

Middle schools:

  • Antioch Middle School
  • Maple Park Middle School
  • New Mark Middle School
  • Northgate Middle School

6th Grade:

  • Eastgate 6th Grade Center
  • Gateway 6th Grade Center

Elementary schools:

  • Bell Prairie Elementary School
  • Briarcliff Elementary School
  • Chapel Hill Elementary School
  • Choteau Elementary School
  • Clardy Elementary School
  • Crestview Elementary School
  • Davidson Elementary School
  • Fox Hill Elementary School
  • Gashland Elementary School
  • Gracemor Elementary School
  • Lakewood Elementary School
  • Linden West Elementary School
  • Maplewood Elementary School
  • Meadowbrook Elementary School
  • Nashua Elementary School
  • Northview Elementary School
  • Oakwood Manor Elementary School
  • Ravenwood Elementary School
  • Rising Hill Elementary School
  • Topping Elementary School
  • West Englewood Elementary School
  • Winnwood Elementary School

Preschool:

  • Early Childhood Special Education Center (ESCE)

Alternative:

  • Students in Academically Gifted Education (SAGE) Center

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ Home. North Kansas City School District. Retrieved on June 9, 2019. "2117 N.E. 48th St.Kansas City, MO 64118"
  2. ^ "About Us". North Kansas City School District 74. Retrieved 2019-06-09.
  3. ^ a b "History". North Kansas City School District 74. Retrieved 2019-06-09.

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