Lebo High School

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Lebo Junior-Senior High School
Lebo Wolves logo.png
12 West 4th Street
Lebo, Kansas 66856
Coordinates 38°25′0.1086″N 96°51′28.7454″W / 38.416696833°N 96.857984833°W / 38.416696833; -96.857984833Coordinates: 38°25′0.1086″N 96°51′28.7454″W / 38.416696833°N 96.857984833°W / 38.416696833; -96.857984833
Funding type Public
Status Open
Sister school Waverly Jr/Sr High School
School board BOE website
School district Lebo-Waverly USD 243
NCES District ID 2012810
Superintendent Corey Reese
CEEB code 171710
NCES School ID 201281000174
Principal Duane Ford
Grades 7-12
Gender coed
Enrollment 148[1] (2012-13)
Color(s)      Red
Athletics Yes
Athletics conference Lyon County League
Sports Yes
Mascot Wolves
Team name Lebo Wolves
Newspaper The Wolf Tracks
Affiliations KSHSAA

Lebo Junior-Senior High School is a fully accredited public high school located in Lebo, Kansas, in the Lebo-Waverly USD 243 school district, serving students in grades 7-12. Lebo has an enrollment of approximately 148 students. The principal is Duane Ford. The school mascot is the Wolves and the school colors are red and black.

Extracurricular activities[edit]

The Wolves compete in the Lyon County League. The KSHSAA classification switches between 2A and 1A, the two lowest classes according to KSHSAA. The school also has a variety of organizations for the students to participate in.


The Wolves compete in the Lyon County League and are classified as either 2A or 1A, two of the lowest classifications in Kansas according to KSHSAA. A majority of the sports are coached by the same coaches. Lebo Junior-Senior High School offers the following sports:[2]


  • Art
  • Band
  • Choir
  • Family, Career, and Community Leaders of America (FCCLA)
  • Future Farmers of America (FFA)
  • Journalism
  • National Honor Society (NHS)
  • Spanish
  • Student Council (StuCo)

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