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Allen Village High School (9-12)

Allen Village High School

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4251 Bridger Rd
Kansas City, MO 64111
816-931-0177 Visit School Website

School Leader(s)

Rhonda Reddick, 9-12 Principal Phyllis Washington, Superintendent Debra McGlynn, Assistant Superintendent
  • NO Tuition
  • Availability for 2021-2022
  • Transportation provided
  • No Before or After Care Available

Quick Facts

Our Mission

It is our mission at the Allen Village School, in partnership with our parents and community to empower children to achieve high standards and a quality education.

Points of Pride

  • 2021 is the 22nd Year Anniversary for Allen Village School.
  • Allen Village School is an academically focused school that motivates the diverse needs of students and creates a love of learning in a disciplined, orderly space where students can explore, create and develop knowledge and skills needed to succeed academically and personally.
  • Allen Village High School offers Dual Credit College Courses on site and the opportunity for Career Technical Classes at an off site location.

School Hours

  • School Hours: 7:50 am - 3:05 pm
  • Before Care Hours Start: No Before Care available.
  • After Care Hours End: No After Care available

School Details

  • Year Established: 2013
  • Total Enrollment: 182
  • Affiliation: Charter
  • School Type: Charter

Feeder Schools

  • Middle School: Allen Village Junior School

Charter Sponsor

  • Kansas City Public Schools


  • Tuition: NO Tuition

Our Demographics


Receive Special Ed Services


English Language Learners

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Programs and Features

Specialized Programs

  • College Prep
  • Early College

Arts Programs

  • Ceramics
  • Choir
  • Drama + Theater
  • Drawing
  • Literature
  • Painting
  • Photography
  • Vocal Music

Sports Programs

  • N/A

Clubs + Activities

  • Chess Club
  • Debate
  • Math Team
  • Speech + Debate

Family Engagement

  • Classroom Volunteers
  • Evening Family Events
  • Family Appreciation Events
  • Field Trip Chaperone
  • Parent Education Programs
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Application Process

Application Details

Although many schools have application deadlines, most continue to accept applications for available seats on an ongoing basis.

  • Residence: Students must live within KCPS boundaries.

How to Apply

2021-2022:  Applications are available on the school website and can be submitted at the school.

For admissions information, please call 931-0177.

Enrollment is first-come, first-served. Both a school application and a written essay are required.

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Student Performance

Standardized Test Results



Why It Matters

Missouri Assessment Program (MAP) tests are scored (or graded) according to four achievement levels: Below Basic, Basic, Proficient, and Advanced. The number shown here is the percentage of students who scored Proficient or Advanced. When comparing scores between years, please remember that the test Missouri gives has changed several times.

Please note that private schools are not required to participate in these exams.

In 2019, the average English score in Missouri was 48.7%; the average Math score was 41.9%, source

Attendance Rate 90/90


Why It Matters

Schools strive to have at least 90% of their students achieve a 90% attendance rate because kids learn best when they’re in school.

In 2019, 87.3% of Missouri students were in attendance at least 90% of the time, source.

Student Growth

English Language Arts


Why It Matters

This data determines if individual students, compared to their peers, are making achievement gains over time in English Language Arts.

There are three categories possible: Floor (minimum), On Track (doing just fine), and Exceeding (outperforming their peers).



Why It Matters

This data determines if individual students, compared to their peers, are making achievement gains over time in Mathematics.

There are three categories possible: Floor (minimum), On Track (doing just fine), and Exceeding (outperforming their peers).

Student Retention Rate

Dropout Rate


Why It Matters

The dropout rate helps tell the story of the graduation rate because it takes into account students who take more than four years to graduate or who transferred to other schools.

In 2019, the average dropout rate in Missouri was 1.9%, source.

Graduation Rate


Why It Matters

The number of students who started at a school in 9th grade and graduate from that particular school four years later.

In 2019, the average graduation rate in Missouri was 89.64%, source.

ACT Scores

ACT Average Score


ACT Participation Rate


Why It Matters

The ACT is a standardized test that many students take before applying to college. This is the percentage of graduates who took the ACT and their average score. Students need a score of at least 18 in order to qualify for Missouri A+ Scholarships. Research shows that students who earn a 21 or higher have the best chance of earning grades C or higher in college.

In 2019, Missouri’s average ACT score was 20.6 and the percent of graduates who took the ACT was 76.69%, source

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Parent Perspective

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