Kansas Private Schools by County

By | January 9, 2023

Traditionally turned to agriculture, Kansas today has a diverse economy. One of the first agricultural states in the United States resides. More than 30 p. 100 of the population lives on farms.

First national producer of wheat, it also produces maize, lucerne, sorghum, soy, oats, and sunflower barley. Bovine farming is practiced on a large scale (embouche, dairy farming). The cultivation of wheat mechanized a lot and is commercialized by big companies that own from 000 to 30 000 ha. Feeds to the most important mills in the United States. The Kansas subsoil is rich in fossil energy reserves (oil, natural gas, coal). The exploitation of mineral and agricultural resources favored a certain industrialization.

Industrial activities

The industrial activities are varied: oil refining, aeronautical construction (Wichita), industrial equipment, agro-food industries (mills, canning factories, dairy products), chemical industry (fertilizers) and pharmaceutical, rubber and plastic industry.

Search for private schools in Kansas? Here is a directory of K-12 schools in the state of Kansas listed county by county. Please follow the link below to see all private K12 schools in your county of Kansas.

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Major Cities in Kansas

Kansas City

Kansas City, a twin city in the United States, on both sides of the city where the Kansas River flows into the Missouri River. Kansas City in the state of Kansas has about 147,000 residents, and has mills, meat, machinery and steel industries. Kansas City in the state of Missouri has about 447,000 residents and is a trade center with, among other universities and art collections. With suburbs, the twin city has a total of about 1.9 million residents.


Topeka, city and capital of the state of Kansas in the United States. With suburbs, it has about 122,000 residents. The city was founded in 1854 and has had a university (Washburn) since 1865. Trade and the food industry are important industries. In addition, Topeka has many printing works.


Wichita, a city ​​in the state of Kansas in the United States. He has about 578,000 residents with suburbs. The city has many mills and slaughterhouses in addition to the aerospace and oil industries being important industries. Elles has two universities. Wichita was founded in 1864.

Private Schools in Kansas by County

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