Auburn–Washburn School District

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Unified School District 437
Auburn-Washburn USD logo.png
5928 SW 53rd
Topeka, Kansas 66610
District information
Type Public
Motto Inspiring & Challenging Every Child, Every Day.
Grades Pre-K through 12
Established 1918 (1918)
Superintendent Scott McWilliams
Accreditation(s) KSHSAA
Schools 9
District ID 2003200[1]
Students and staff
Students 5,905[2] (2012–13)
Teachers 443.3
Student-teacher ratio 13:1
Athletic conference Centennial League
District mascot Jr. Blues
Colors      Blue
Other information
Board of Education BOE Website
Website District Website

The Auburn–Washburn School District (Kansas Unified School District #437) is a Unified school district in Topeka, Kansas. It serves Southern and Southwestern Shawnee County, as well as a small portion of extreme northern Osage County. It serves Southwestern and Western portions of the City of Topeka, as well as the communities of Pauline, Montara, Auburn, and Wakarusa. It has one primary school, one intermediate school, seven elementary schools, one middle school, and one high school.

The district was established in 1966 as "Unified School District 437".[3] As of August 2017, Auburn–Washburn School District is under the administration of Superintendent Dr. Scott McWilliams.[4]


Elementary schools[edit]

  • Auburn Elementary
  • Farley Elementary
  • Indian Hills Elementary
  • Jay Shideler Elementary
  • Pauline Central Primary
  • Pauline South Intermediate
  • Wanamaker Elementary

Middle school[edit]

  • Washburn Rural Middle School[5]

High school[edit]


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