Students stand in their classroom at the Classical School of Wichita, which opened in 2005.
Students stand in their classroom at the Classical School of Wichita, which opened in 2005. Courtesy photo
Students stand in their classroom at the Classical School of Wichita, which opened in 2005. Courtesy photo

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July 15, 2017 03:58 PM

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