Webb City High School provides students with an excellent education in a safe and caring environment. The entirety of the Webb City School System facilitates opportunities for students to learn and excel to the highest level academically, while also providing outlets for success in the performing arts and athletic programs. Community support has long been a hallmark of the Webb City R-VII School System. By working together, students will be well prepared to be successful in society and to perform to their fullest potential.

Highlights and Successes
• Student achievement scores in the top 10% in the state
• Tornado shelters located at every attendance center
• Technology advances at the High School and across the District
• Implementation of bully prevention efforts
• District-wide lowest tax rate of adjacent school districts
• Refinanced debt saves more than $1M in interest costs
• Improvements to school security
• Improved communication with patrons
• Improved grading system for more accurate reflection of student learning

These efforts support the educational mission of the District, which is “to prepare today’s youth to meet the challenges of tomorrows world by guiding all students in the acquisition of knowledge and development of skills that will enable each to become productive responsible individuals.”

Enrollment statistics
96% Rate of pupil attendance
4,327 Enrolled students 2015-2016
189 Preschool enrollment
93.4% High School graduation rate

Staff & District Highlights
220 District ratio of students to administrators
11.2 Professional staff average years of experience
19 Students per classroom
43.8% Teachers hold a Master’s Degree or higher
325 Certified Employees
250 Classified Employees
984.5 Volunteer hours logged during school hours

Crowder College-Webb City Campus
It is the mission of Crowder College to offer students access to quality education. The branch campus in Webb City is a convenient location for students who live or work near Webb City. Students can complete their entire Associate degree in a variety of programs including: Business Administration, Criminal Justice, Fire Science, General Studies (undecided), Graphic Design, History, Occupational Therapy Assistant (OTA), Pre-Nursing, Psychology, Social Work, and Teacher Education. Students enrolled in other associate degree programs can complete their general education classes in Webb City too. Certificate options include Certified Nurse Assistant (CNA) and Emergency Medical Technician (EMT). Flexible class scheduling provides busy students the opportunity to take classes during the day, twilight, or evening.

Students who graduate from A+ accredited high schools can use their A+ benefits at Crowder in Webb City. The A+ program currently pays for a student’s tuition and common fees such as lab fees and facility use fees.

Some of the benefits of attending Crowder College in Webb City include:
• Experienced, friendly staff trained to provide financial aid assistance, placement testing, academic advising, and enrollment assistance
• Instructors highly qualified and experienced in the courses they teach
• Small class size, on average 20 students, allows instructors greater opportunity to interact with students
• Free tutoring is provided to all students in most subject areas

Expanding Opportunities for Education
Crowder College has expanded in Webb City adding a 22,000 square foot academic building, named Dawson-Spencer Hall, to its current location. The new building which opened Fall 2014 includes new classrooms, a science lab, and space for a new Occupational Therapy Assistant program. The new building also includes a 9,000 square foot tornado safe room. This safe room provides students, staff, and community residents protection from dangerous storms.

The Webb City Campus is located at 600 S. Ellis. For more information and to see a listing of courses offered in Webb City, log on to the website or call 417-673-2345.

Missouri Southern State University
Each semester at Missouri Southern State University represents a new chance to make the grade by serving students while striving to advance the importance of higher education in region – and the 2016-17 school year is no different.

For students interested in entering the field of medicine, the Yours to Lose – Advanced Medical School Acceptance Program is an opportunity to gain early admission to Kansas City University’s new medical school in Joplin, MO. The program allows up to 25 students – and up to 15 alternates – to be admitted to the medical school at the same times as their admission to Missouri Southern. They will earn their bachelor’s degree in biology in three years and then begin their first year of medical school.

As a part of meeting the needs of those students and others, they have undertaken a major renovation project in Reynolds Hall, which houses biology, mathematics and physical and chemical science departments. The $17.5 million project will include a three-story addition that will house additional classroom space.

Missouri Southern is also offering a new bachelor’s degree in geography, while the social work program has doubled in size for the start of its second year. New master’s degrees are also available in management and teach-education-administration.

As always, it’s a time of new beginnings, new challenges and new opportunities. For more information, visit

Bess Truman Elementary

800 State Highway D

Webb City, MO 64870

(417) 673-6055​

​Carterville Elementary School

210 E. Hall

Carterville, MO 64835

(417) 673-6080

​Eugene Field Elementary School

510 S. Oronogo

Webb City, MO 64870

(417) 673-6040

​Harry S. Truman Elementary School

810 State Highway D

Webb City, MO 64870

(417) 673-6085

​Madge T. James Kindergarten Center

211 W. Aylor Street

Webb City, MO 64870

(417) 673-6075

Mark Twain Elementary School

1427 W. Aylor​

Webb City, MO 64870

(417) 673-6060

​Webster Elementary School

704 N. Main Street

Webb City, MO 64870


Webb City Middle School

​Webb City Middle School

603 W. Aylor Street

Webb City, MO 64870


Webb City Junior High School

807 W 1st Street

Webb City, MO 64870

(417) 673-6030​

​Webb City High School

621 N. Madison

Webb City, MO 64870

(417) 673-6010


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