Geary County Schools Unified School District 475 is full of opportunities to learn, grow and impact students from around the nation and the world for both certified and classified staff. USD 475 accepts applications for jobs year-round. Current job postings for teaching and other positions can be found on the district application service, Applitrack.
Geary County Schools, located in the Flint Hills region surrounded by beautiful Kansas sunshine, lakes, and rivers is home to fourteen elementary schools, two middle schools, and one career academy focused high school serving the communities of Junction City, Grandview Plaza, Milford and Fort Riley.
The district also offers an early childhood program, all-day kindergarten, and English Language Learner classes. USD 475 is a diverse district, with over 40 languages spoken by our families and students from all over the world.
Geary County Schools takes pride in being able to serve the families of those who defend our country, including the Big Red One—the 1st Infantry Division at Fort Riley. With approximately 60% of our student population having a military connection, we take pride in the education we provide and attention our students receive as they transition in and out of our district.
USD 475 is a pillar in the Junction City and Geary County communities as it provides a place for learning and growth for our future nurses, police officers, firefighters, auto technicians, chefs, educators, and much more.
USD 475 makes every effort to provide our staff with the support needed for success by offering professional development opportunities, innovative technology, mentoring, and collaboration opportunities. Come and see the opportunities available to you in USD 475 and help us prepare today’s students for tomorrow’s world.
USD 475 is such a supportive district in all aspects, from my colleagues to professional development and technology. I feel very taken care of.
Working in USD 475, I appreciate the support from the staff members and administration. I love the support. It makes me feel welcomed here.
High School P.E.
I’ve enjoyed the sense of community. Everyone is willing to work together and help each other do what is best for each individual student.
High School Math