Kansas Honors Program

The KU Alumni Association and KU Endowment began sponsoring the Kansas Honors Program in 1971. The program celebrates its 40th anniversary in 2010-11. Scholars rank in the top 10 percent of their high school senior classes.

2010-11

  • KU to honor 41 seniors from Montgomery County high schools
  • KU to honor 164 seniors from Wyandotte County high schools
  • KU to honor 210 seniors from Shawnee County high schools
  • KU to honor 30 high school seniors from Osage, Wabaunsee counties
  • KU to honor 351 seniors from high schools in Sedgwick County
  • KU to honor 65 high school seniors from Dickinson, Geary and Morris counties
  • KU to honor 61 high school seniors from six southwestern Kansas counties
  • KU to honor 78 seniors from high schools in Clay, Pottawatomie and Riley counties
  • KU to honor 62 high school seniors from Chase, Coffey, Lyon, Morris counties
  • KU to honor 239 seniors from Johnson County high schools Oct. 25
  • KU to honor 121 seniors from high schools in Butler, Elk and Greenwood counties
  • KU to honor 213 seniors from Shawnee Mission high schools
  • KU to honor 38 seniors from high schools in Anderson and Franklin counties
  • KU to honor 47 high school seniors from four Kansas counties
  • KU to honor 46 high school seniors from Chautauqua, Cowley counties Oct. 13
  • KU to honor 97 high school seniors from four central Kansas counties
  • KU to honor 56 seniors from high schools in Finney, Hamilton, Kearny counties
  • KU to honor 81 high school seniors from eight southwest Kansas counties
  • KU to honor 267 high school seniors from southern Johnson County on Oct. 7
  • KU to honor 54 high school seniors from Cherokee, Labette counties Oct. 4
  • KU to honor 92 high school seniors from Leavenworth County on Sept. 29
  • KU to honor 74 high school seniors from Marion, McPherson and Rice counties
  • KU to honor 130 high school seniors from Harvey and Reno counties Sept. 29
  • KU to honor 233 seniors from Sedgwick County high schools Sept. 20
  • KU to honor 134 seniors from high schools in Douglas and Jefferson counties
  • KU to honor 32 Sumner County high school seniors on Sept. 15
  • 2009-10

  • KU to honor 16 high school seniors from Greeley, Lane, Scott, Wichita counties
  • KU to honor 32 seniors from Graham, Norton, Osborne, Phillips, Smith counties
  • KU to honor 38 high school seniors from Neosho and Wilson counties April 7
  • KU to honor 33 high school seniors from Barber, Harper, Kingman, Pratt counties
  • KU to honor 43 top seniors from nine northwest Kansas high schools April 7
  • KU to honor 20 seniors from Atchison County high schools March 24
  • KU to honor 23 high school seniors from Brown and Doniphan counties March 3
  • KU announces students named to fall 2009 honor roll
  • KU to honor 37 high school seniors from Jackson and Nemaha counties Feb. 24
  • KU to honor 55 school seniors from Linn and Miami counties Feb. 24
  • KU to honor 31 high school seniors from Marshall and Washington counties Feb. 18
  • KU to honor 19 high school seniors from Edwards, Pawnee and Stafford counties
  • KU to honor 40 high school seniors from Barton and Rush counties Feb. 10
  • KU to honor 45 Crawford County high school seniors Feb. 1 in Pittsburg
  • KU to honor 27 high school seniors from four north-central Kansas counties Feb. 8
  • KU to honor 40 high school seniors from three southeast Kansas counties Feb. 8
  • KU to honor 150 Wyandotte County high school seniors on Nov. 17
  • KU to honor 29 high school seniors from Osage and Wabaunsee counties Nov. 10
  • KU to honor 338 Wichita high school seniors Nov. 9
  • KU to honor 64 high school seniors from six southwest Kansas counties Nov. 4
  • KU chancellor to honor 204 high school seniors from Shawnee County on Nov. 3
  • KU to honor 68 high school seniors from Dickinson, Geary, Morris counties Nov. 4
  • KU to honor 102 high school seniors from Clay, Pottawatomie, Riley counties
  • KU to honor 121 high school seniors from Butler, Elk and Greenwood counties
  • KU to honor 69 high school seniors from four Kansas counties Oct. 26
  • KU to honor 221 high school seniors from Johnson County on Oct. 26
  • KU to honor 60 high school seniors from Finney, Hamilton, Kearny counties Oct. 13
  • KU to honor 87 high school seniors from four central Kansas counties Oct. 14
  • KU to honor 54 high school seniors from Chautauqua, Cowley counties Oct. 14
  • KU to honor 244 high school seniors from southern Johnson County on Oct. 7
  • KU to honor 42 high school seniors from Anderson, Franklin counties Oct. 7
  • KU chancellor to speak to top high school seniors from 8 southwest Kansas counties
  • KU to honor 55 high school seniors from Cherokee, Labette counties Oct. 5
  • KU to honor 71 high school seniors from Marion, McPherson and Rice counties
  • KU to honor 118 high school seniors from Harvey and Reno counties Sept. 30
  • KU to honor 241 seniors from Sedgwick County high schools Sept. 21
  • KU to honor 139 seniors from Douglas, Jefferson county high schools
  • KU to honor 95 high school seniors from Leavenworth County on Sept. 23
  • KU to honor 33 high school seniors from Sumner County on Sept. 16
  • 2008-09

  • KU to honor 14 high school seniors from four western Kansas counties April 15
  • KU to honor 31 high school seniors from five northwest Kansas counties April 9
  • KU to honor 44 high school seniors from nine counties; Colby couple to get award
  • KU to honor 44 high school seniors from nine counties; Colby couple to get award
  • KU to honor 36 seniors from high schools in Neosho, Wilson counties
  • KU to honor 36 high school seniors from four south-central Kansas counties
  • KU to honor 19 seniors from high schools in Atchison County on March 25
  • KU to honor 22 high school seniors from Brown and Doniphan counties March 4
  • KU to honor 52 high school seniors from Linn, Miami counties
  • KU to honor 28 high school seniors from Marshall, Washington counties Feb. 18
  • KU to honor alumni volunteers and 37 high school seniors from Barton, Rush counties Feb. 18
  • KU to honor 35 high school seniors from Jackson, Nemaha counties Feb. 18
  • KU to honor 19 high school seniors from Edwards, Pawnee and Stafford counties Feb. 12
  • KU to honor 42 high school seniors from Allen, Bourbon, Woodson counties Feb. 9
  • KU to honor 33 high school seniors from four north-central Kansas counties Feb. 9
  • KU to honor 44 seniors from Crawford County high schools Feb. 2 in Pittsburg
  • KU honors 33 seniors from seven high schools in Osage, Wabaunsee counties
  • KU to honor 162 seniors from 10 Wyandotte County high schools
  • KU to honor 37 seniors from four Montgomery County high schools Nov. 12
  • KU to honor 65 high school seniors from six southwest Kansas counties Nov. 5
  • KU to honor 73 seniors from Dickinson, Geary, Morris counties on Nov. 5
  • KU to honor 340 seniors from 14 Wichita high schools on Nov. 3
  • KU to honor 63 high school seniors from four Kansas counties Oct. 27
  • KU to honor 211 seniors from southern and northwestern Johnson County-area schools
  • KU to honor 211 seniors from five Shawnee Mission district schools Oct. 22
  • KU to honor 61 high school seniors from three southwest Kansas counties Oct. 21
  • KU to honor 111 high school seniors from three counties Oct. 20 in El Dorado
  • KU to honor 52 seniors from Chautauqua and Cowley counties and Sedan volunteer
  • KU to honor 51 seniors from high schools in Anderson, Franklin counties Oct. 8
  • KU to honor 72 seniors from high schools in eight SW Kansas counties Oct. 8
  • KU to honor 255 seniors from high schools in southern Johnson County
  • KU to honor 59 seniors from high schools in Cherokee, Labette counties on Oct. 6
  • KU to honor high school seniors from four central-Kansas counties Oct. 1 in Salina
  • KU to honor 224 high school seniors from Sedgwick County
  • KU to honor 232 high school seniors from Douglas, Jefferson, Leavenworth counties
  • KU to honor high school seniors in Marion, McPherson and Rice counties on Sept. 24
  • KU to honor 135 high school seniors from Harvey, Reno counties on Sept. 23
  • KU to honor 52 high school seniors from four Kansas counties Sept. 18 in Hays
  • KU to honor 35 high school seniors from Sumner County on Sept. 17 in Wellington
  • 2007-08

  • KU to honor top high school seniors from four counties April 16 in Scott City
  • KU to honor 35 high school seniors from five north-central counties April 10
  • KU to honor 38 high school seniors from Neosho and Wilson counties April 9
  • KU to honor 40 high school seniors from four south-central counties April 3
  • KU to honor 51 high school seniors from nine northwest counties April 2 in Oakley
  • KU to honor 20 high school seniors from Atchison County on March 26
  • KU to honor 36 high school seniors from Marshall, Washington counties March 5
  • KU to honor 27 high school seniors from Brown, Doniphan counties Feb. 27
  • KU to honor high school seniors from Jackson, Nemaha counties Feb. 18
  • KU to honor 53 high school seniors from Linn, Miami counties Feb. 20
  • KU to honor high school seniors from Barton, Rush counties Feb. 13
  • KU chancellor to honor high school seniors from four counties Feb. 11
  • KU to honor 38 high school seniors from three counties Feb. 11 in Fort Scott
  • KU to honor high school seniors from Crawford County on Feb. 4 in Pittsburg
  • KU to honor 65 high school seniors from four Kansas counties Nov. 15 in Emporia
  • KU to honor 40 high school seniors from Montgomery County on Nov. 14
  • KU to honor 157 high school seniors from Wyandotte County on Nov. 14
  • KU to honor 32 high school seniors from Osage, Wabaunsee counties Nov. 13
  • KU to honor 214 high school seniors from Shawnee County on Nov. 13
  • KU to honor 65 students from high schools in three counties Nov. 7
  • KU's provost to address 334 Wichita high school honor scholars Nov. 5
  • KU to honor 67 high school students from six southwest Kansas counties Nov. 7
  • KU to honor 91 high school students from three Kansas counties Nov. 5 in Manhattan
  • KU to honor 213 student from Blue Valley district Oct. 22 in Stilwell
  • KU to honor 123 seniors from Butler, Elk, Greenwood counties Oct. 22 in El Dorado
  • KU to honor 231 high school seniors from Shawnee Mission district on Oct. 24
  • KU to honor 58 high school seniors from 3 Kansas counties Oct. 23 in Garden City
  • KU to honor 60 high school seniors from Cherokee and Labette counties Oct. 15
  • KU to honor 258 high school seniors from southern Johnson County Oct. 17 in Olathe
  • KU to honor 82 high school seniors from eight southwest Kansas counties Oct. 10
  • KU to honor 44 high school seniors from Anderson, Franklin counties Oct. 10
  • KU to honor 135 high school seniors from two Kansas counties Oct. 3 in Hutchinson
  • KU to honor 84 high school seniors from four Kansas counties Oct. 3 in Salina
  • KU to honor 54 high school seniors from four Kansas counties Sept. 27 in Hays
  • KU to honor high school seniors from Chautauqua, Cowley counties on Sept. 26
  • KU to honor 235 seniors from Sedgwick County high schools Sept. 24 in Maize
  • KU to honor 79 high school seniors from three counties Sept. 19 in McPherson
  • KU to honor 244 high school seniors from three counties Sept. 19 in Lawrence
  • KU to honor 37 Sumner County high school seniors Sept. 19 in Wellington
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