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Discovery Playground
Elementary Classroom

Our Campus

On the ground-level, Wichita Friends School has 4 large classrooms, a STEAM Lab, a Godly Play room designed as a gentling and calming space, a library with over 4,500 children’s and juvenile books, a spacious atrium with a wall of glass looking out toward the playgrounds, a kitchen/lunchroom space, a community reception area and a multi-purpose room that hosts before and after-school care and provides a healthy space to move large muscles on rainy and cold weather days.

The upper level of our building contains administrative offices, a teacher resource room, a board meeting room, an engineering enrichment classroom, and classroom expansion spaces for upper-level grades.


Augmenting our indoor classroom space, WFS has a variety of outdoor facilities.

  • A preschool playground with a slide, teeter-totter, a large sand area, a 100 yard tricycle track circling around the play areas and a large concrete echo culvert that inspires great fun with our preschool children.

  • a discovery playground with a climbing formation of rocks and tree trunks, a large sand area with a water hand-pump, a shaded concrete “porch” area that provides outdoor respite from the hot Kansas summer sun, and raised garden beds for vegetables and a butterfly garden.

  • a junior-size basketball/hopscotch court

  • swings and a metal quad-climber

  • an outdoor pond laboratory on the north perimeter of our 20-acre property

  • a 1/2 mile exploration trail that winds through the woods on our east property section with several walking bridges that span across a small creek.

We are connected to Heartland Friends Quaker Meetinghouse property with a gravel path, and have use of their Path of Testimonies and rock meditation circle.

Walk to Heartland Friends Meetinghouse
Meditation Circle at Heartland Friends Meetinghouse
Discovery Playground Sand
Walking through the Wichita Friends School field
Wichita Friends School Building
Preschool Kitchen Center
Wichita Friends School worship at Heartland Friends Meetinghouse
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