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We are

a 501(c)3 not-for-profit organization that partners with Kansas schools to help students who are facing various challenges to success.

Our Students

have a 95% graduation rate, an 83% successful outcome rate, and exceed national standards in five measurable categories of success state-wide.

JAG-K

currently has 112 programs in 47 Kansas school districts, serving more than 6,000 students each year.

OUR MISSION

JAG-K will help prepare students for successful futures. We will partner with students to help them identify a career path compatible to their interests and skills and overcome the various challenges they face that put them at risk of not attaining educational and career success.

JAG-K AT A GLANCE

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Kansas school districts
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Read data and information from the 2023 Fiscal Year in the JAG-K Annual Report

 

 

JAG-K IN THE NEWS

Jun 6 2024

News Release: Recent Russell High School Graduate Voted “JAG-K Student of the Year”

Hannah Gideon, a 2024 graduate of Russell High School, was recently announced JAG-K “Student of the Year.”
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May 21 2024

News Release: JAG-K Director of Employment Engagement Experiences Marine Training

Joni Bolen, JAG-K Director of Employer Engagement, recently attended the Marine Corps Educator’s Workshop in San Diego to build her knowledge of military career options for her students.
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May 14 2024

News Release: Former JAG-K Student Now a Certified Agricultural Education Teacher

Luke Alpers, a 2017 graduate of the JAG-K program at Stafford High School, is now doing his part to prepare students for success in agriculture related careers. He is completing his first year teaching Animal Science, Welding, Ag Leadership and Eighth Grade Agriculture at Kiowa County Public Schools in Greensburg.
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Contact us for information on volunteering or sponsoring a youth enrichment event.