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Leavenworth & Lansing Schools

Leavenworth Unified School District #453

Lansing Unified School District #469

Leavenworth & Lansing Kansas Schools

A few other facts about Leavenworth schools and students

  • Thirty-three (33) LHS graduates have gone on to attain the rank of General.
  • More than 90% of Leavenworth graduates go on to higher education.
  • Leavenworth High School was one of the original eight high schools in Kansas to become members of the North Central Association (NCA) and is one of only three to be continuously accredited by NCA for 100 years.
  • Average class size at the primary level (K-2) is 17.6 and at the elementary level (K-5) is 18.0.
  • Three LHS graduates were named National Merit Finalists in 2006, and five named Commended this year.
  • Leavenworth High School offers fifteen (15) Advanced Placement courses including AP Biology, AP Chemistry, AP European History, and AP Calculus.
Residential Properties Commercial Properties

Utilities Contact Info

Westar Energy (Electric)
Kansas Gas Service
Natural Gas
Leavenworth Water Department
Landel Water Department
City of Lansing
Lansing Sewer, Trash and Curbside Recycling
TV, Internet, Phone
Time Warner Cable
TV, Internet, Phone

Home Furnishing Stores

Furniture Options
Cort Furniture
  • (913) 888-0100
  • 9111 Quivira Rd. Overland Park, Kansas 66215
  • OR
  • (913) 541-2057
  • 8035 Lenexa Dr. Lenexa, KS 66214

Leavenworth, KS Restaurants & Bars

Tampico - Authentic Mexican
  • (913) 682-5600
  • 215-B Delaware St. (In the Historic Leavenworth Landing)
  • Leavenworth, KS 66048
Ban Thai – Authentic Thai
  • (913) 682-6999
  • 311 Cherokee St. (4th & Cherokee)
  • Leavenworth, KS 66048
June’s Cottage – Various
Mamma Mia’s – Italian
Ten Penny - Restaurant/Bar
High Noon Saloon - Restaurant/Brewery
Kansas City Restaurants & Bars Directory Websites

Kansas City Sports & Entertainment

Local Sports Options
Union Station

This fully restored 1914 landmark is Kansas City's most prominent destination for entertainment and cultural activities. The Station is home to a permanent rail exhibit with vintage rail cars, an interactive science center, a vibrant Theater District featuring giant-screen movies and live theater, fine restaurants, unique shops, spaces for meetings and events and much more. Of course, you can still catch the train at Union Station, once again among Amtrak's busiest stops.

Zona Rosa

Dining, shopping and entertainment development in Kansas City’s Northland.

Crossroads Art District

Downtown KC’s place to be for hip restaurants, galleries, and nightlife. Check out First Fridays, their monthly gallery opening.

Power & Light District

The Kansas City Power & Light District is a vibrant, new eight-block neighborhood in the heart of downtown Kansas City that is redefining the City from its skyline to its sidewalks. The District links together the renovated Bartle Hall Convention Center, the new Sprint Center, offices, hotels, entertainment, cultural destinations and residential developments. The $850 million mixed-use District anchors $5 billion of complimentary development efforts in downtown Kansas City. The combination of entertainment, retail, nightlife and residential with the District's imaginative and innovative design, has created an intriguing 24/7 neighborhood.

Country Club Plaza

From Anthropologie to Z Gallerie, it's all right here on the Country Club Plaza. No other collection of boutiques, fashionable national stores and wonderful local discoveries, can be found in such elegant surroundings on such amenable terms. Over 120 stores fill the architecturally classic 14 block district and create the experience that makes The Plaza one of the Midwest's premier destinations. Feast and Frolic. Whatever you could want, from scones to scallops, Beaujolais to Kansas City barbecue, it's all waiting for you on The Plaza. Nearly 30 distinctive Plaza restaurants and outdoor cafes offer an extraordinary range in dining options from elegant to casual, with a price range to match whatever choice you make.


One of the best places to see indie movies.


Westport is one of Kansas City's premier destinations for dining, shopping, site seeing and is the heart of the city's nightlife. Located in the midtown, Westport is just North of the Country Club Plaza and a few miles South of downtown Kansas City. Before there was a Kansas City, there was a Westport, built along the Santa Fe Trail as an outfitting center for wagon trains heading west. Today the area is filled with renovated and new buildings housing trendy shops, restaurants, and nightspots.

The Legends at Village West

The 1.2 million square-foot open-air shopping and entertainment center has over 100 stores and restaurants, including some of the nation's hottest retailers (Gap Outlet, Banana Republic Factory Store, Ann Taylor Factory Store, Tommy Hilfiger, BCBG Max Azria) and several first-ever restaurants, including Dave & Buster's, Saddle Ranch Chop House and T-Rex -- a 20,000-square-foot destination restaurant where dinosaurs come to life amongst extravagant theatrical settings including geysers, waterfalls and ice caves.

Town Center Plaza

Town Center Plaza is home to over 90 of Kansas City’s finest stores and restaurants. Convenient, front door parking allows you to run in and out of your favorite stores as you please. Our unique, open-air shopping environment provides an upscale shopping experience like no other. Town Center Plaza...It All Spells Great Shopping!

Suggested Day Trips
Local "Things To Do" Websites


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