Shawnee Mission East High School

Shawnee Mission East High School is a public secondary school in Prairie Village, Kansas, US, for grades 9–12. It is one of five schools operated by Unified School District 512.

Shawnee Mission East High School was established in 1958 in order to help educate an increasing number of students due to the emerging population of Prairie Village. In January 1994, Shawnee Mission East, along with Shawnee Mission Northwest began offering the International Baccalaureate program.

Shawnee Mission East is a member of the Kansas State High School Activities Association and offers a variety of sports programs. Athletic teams compete in the 6A division and are known as the "Lancers". Extracurricular activities are also offered in the form of performing arts, school publications, and clubs.

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