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A Path for Every Student: Campus High School

Campus High School

Haysville School District

Wichita, Kansas

Campus High School offers its more than 1500 students a wealth of opportunities to explore their academic and career interests deeply before graduation. Students may choose electives among Fine Arts, Business, Family and Consumer Science, Foreign Language, Language Arts, Mathematics, Physical Education, Science, Social Science and Technical Education. First-in-the-family college-bound students receive support through the AVID program, now in its seventh year. Advanced Placement courses, in core areas as well as Fine Arts and Business, are open to all students, as is an International Baccalaureate program. In addition, Campus offers its students more than 150 courses in 17 different Career Pathways, from architecture and health sciences to manufacturing and education. Many students graduate ready to enter the work force; others gain skills that pay for college tuition or enter college with credits earned in high school. Students are encouraged to aim high and explore their potential.

Read the Campus High School 2013 School SummaryDownload the Campus HS 2013 NBRS application.

Campus High School

Campus High School








Download transcript of A Path for Every Student.

Contact Information

Principal: Mr. Myron Regier
2100 W. 55th Street South
Wichita, KS 67217-4199
Telephone: (316) 554-2236
Website: USD261.com
Email: mregier@usd261.com

Student Demographics 2013

Number of students 9 – 12 1533
Students eligible for subsidized meals 47%
Limited English proficient students  11%
Students receiving special education services 12%
Student mobility rate   9%
Hispanic or Latino students   9%
White students 79%
African American students   3%
Asian students   5%
Students of 2 or more races   8%
Native Hawaiian   1%
American Indian   3%
Average daily student attendance 92%

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