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Our mission is to prepare today’s students for tomorrow’s world.

Number of Schools

  • One high school
  • Two middle schools
  • One middle school magnet program
  • 12 elementary schools
  • One Early Childhood Center

Multiple remote early childhood classes are dispersed across the district, including Fort Riley.

Use our School Finder tool below to identify your neighborhood school and learn about other schools and programs.

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Student Population

American Indian/Alaskan Native .5%
Asian 1.7%


Hispanic 19%
White 43%
Native Hawaiian/Pacific Islander 2.4%

Mixed Races


Our Teachers

Geary County Schools has approximately 685 teachers. Our teachers are highly qualified. Many have advanced degrees and several have earned state recognition.

2023-24 School Year Facts
347 - Masters Degrees
6 - Doctoral Degrees
24 - Advanced Degrees
3 - National Board Certified Teachers

Strategic Plan

Our vision for Geary County Schools is to become a high-performance school district where students are the top priority.

Among many other opportunities is the 8th Grade Magnet Program. It focuses on equipping students with the tools and education they need to perform highly in high school.

PDF: Review our District Strategic Plan

Board of Education

The Board of Education is composed of seven members elected by the community and two representatives from Fort Riley. The elected members serve four-year terms with elections being held every two years. Board members are not paid; they give freely of their time to serve the community.

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Board & District Policies

Geary County Schools has developed policies intended to protect the rights and well-being of our students and staff and provide operational structure. These policies constantly change to better meet our mission and state and federal requirements. To view the complete board policies, please visit the following website.

PDF: Board Policies

Note: If you are having any issues reading the PDF above, please call USD 475 for a printout.


  • Students First
  • Integrity
  • Respect
  • Accountability
  • Positivity 
  • Fiscally Responsible

Finance & Budget

View the district budget overview below to take a comprehensive look at our full budget.

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2023-24 District Budget
PDF: Fiscal Year 2023-24 Budget
PDF: Budget Summary of Expense
PDF: Budget and RNR Hearing
PDF: Budget at a Glance
PDF: Form 150
PDF: Budget Profile

Note: If you are having any issues reading the PDF's above, please call USD 475 for a printout. 

The District Education Center

The Mary E. Devin Education Center houses many of the district’s administrative offices, including personnel services, communications services, the Superintendent’s office and the Board of Education.

KSDE Report Cards

That Kansas State Department of Education provides report cards for each district in the state of Kansas based on board goals and outcomes, as well as data and measures.

Home: Kansas Report Cards