USD 263 consists of Munson Primary School (Pre-k-2), Mulvane Grade School (3-5) Mulvane Middle School (6-8) Mulvane High School (9-12) and Mulvane Academy (9-12, max of 20 students). The Mulvane community has invested heavily in the education of its future citizens. Most recently a bond issue was passed to make improvements and additions to many of the district facilities. Mulvane USD 263 serves 1,900 students.
Mulvane High School
A certified staff of 47 and a support system of 24 provide education/services to the 630 Mulvane High School students. MHS requires 24 credits for graduation. Students may choose from a broad range of courses from arts to sciences. Additionally, students benefit from participation in a wide range of extracurricular activities including golf, football, cross country, volleyball, wrestling, soccer, KAY, TSA, Scholar's Bowl, drama, band, and much more.
(Source- USD 263-www.usd263.com)
Mulvane is a progressive city with officials and community members alike donating their time for the betterment of the community. There's something for everyone from schools to assisted living, for your education, health and fun.
(Source- City of Mulvane-www.mulvanekansas.com)
Mulvane Kansas is located on the county line between Sumner and Sedgwick counties, 20 minutes from Wichita and 15 minutes from McConnell Air Force Base. Mulvane is right off Highway I-35 which makes commuting to work easy.
Mulvane Local Attractions/Activities
Mulvane is home to Luciano’s Restaurant, many Kansans’ favorite Italian restaurant. The Mulvane Center offers working adults the ability to gain vocational and technical skills through Cowley County Community College. Several churches, a museum, and a community garden are also part of Mulvane’s community.
Luciano Mottola was born in Italy and grew up in Viareggio with his 6 brothers and sisters. After meeting the love of his life, he made the decision to follow her back to the USA in 2003. While traveling to places in Colorado, Montana, Kansas & California, Luciano selected Mulvane as his place to begin again. The wheat fields and sunflowers reminded him of his home in Tuscany - a place where value is based on quality instead of quantity and simple beauty and elegance are a part of everyday life.