Best High School in Kansas
To graduate, Kansas high school students must earn at least 21 credits in English language arts, history and government, science, mathematics, physical education, fine arts, and electives. High school students also take state assessments in math, science, reading, writing, and history and government, according to the Kansas State Department of Education.
Honored Yet Humble
Dear Sumner Students and Families:
It is with great pride that I tell you Sumner Academy of Arts and Science has been ranked by The Washington Post as the best public high school in the state of Kansas. Brilliant students, talented faculty and staff, and a supportive school district have all contributed to making Sumner Academy shine. Please tell your friends and community members of this fantastic news. Additionally, Channel 4 visited Sumner Academy today and will televise a segment on our achievement this evening at 5 p.m. and 6 p.m.
Thank you for all you do,
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College and Careers Event
2013-2014 College & Careers Experiences
ACT Test for juniors on 4/23
All juniors will take the ACT test at the beginning of the day on Wed. 4/23. Parents, please make sure your child is on time or they may not be able to test. We are strongly advising attendance for all juniors on this day as this is a free ACT exa... Continue
Community Service Opportunities
All students in need of service hours can find several opportunities in a binder in the Counseling center. Stop by and check it out! Continue
Sumner Academy of Arts and Science
1610 N. 8th Street Kansas City, KS 66101
April 10th and 11th 7:00 p.m.
$5 Adults, $3 Students with ID
King Arthur’s Socks
A play written by Floyd Dell
*King Arthur's Socks and Other Village Plays. Floyd Dell. New York: Alfred A. Knopf, 1922. It is now in the public domain and may therefore be performed without royalties.
A play written by Laura Elizabeth Miller
*Copyright © 2004 by Laura Elizabeth Miller
Sumner In Action
Thao Nguyen and Ruby de la Cruz-Martinez were given scholarships to attend a special youth program called "No Boundaries" at the Kemper Museum of Contemporary Art. They were accompanied by Mrs. Sit and Ms. Burns
Congratulations to Ramon Murguia who received a "1" rating at the Regional Piano Festival held at Baker University. Ramon will perform at the State Piano Festival at Wichita State University on Saturday, February 22, 2014.