Fort Riley schools are part of the public school district administered by Geary County Schools USD 475 in Junction City, Kansas.
The five elementary schools on Fort Riley are Morris Hill, Seitz, Jefferson, Ware and Fort Riley. All elementary schools educate children from kindergarten through fifth grade. USD 475 also has an early childhood program on and off post for preschool-age children 3 to 5 years old.
All schools on Fort Riley have wireless internet access and are equipped with media centers. All third- through eighth-grade students receive a laptop as part of the district’s 1-to-1 technology initiative. Before- and after-school programs are available off post.
Fort Riley Middle School educates students in grades six through eight. High school students living on Fort Riley attend Junction City High School. The high school is organized around four academies: Business Information and Technology; Fine Arts and Human Services; Science Engineering and Technology; and the Freshman Success Academy. Students select one of 16 career clusters that will guide them in selecting courses that fit their interest and goals. A wide variety of interscholastic athletics and activities are available, including an Army JROTC Program. Students living off post may attend on-post schools if the transfer is for the benefit of the student and if the school has room to accommodate the student. Online enrollment is available at www.usd475.org. For more information, families are encouraged to contact the district’s central office at 785-717-4000 or visit www.usd475.org.