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About Coffeyville, KS

Also located in Montgomery County just a mile North of the Oklahoma border is Coffeyville, Kansas. Home to more than 10,200 people the town is the most populous in Montgomery County. Also situated along the Verdigris River and I-169 Coffeyville is the lowest point in the state of Kansas at 679 feet above sea level. 
Coffeyville, Kansas is a frontier town known for ending the Dalton Gang when they tried to rob two banks in its downtown. A celebration named Dalton Defender Days is held each October to commemorate the event. Just a few months earlier in August Coffeyville holds the annual  Inter-state Fair and Rodeo chalk full of family fun including a livestock show, exhibits, bull riding, a carnival, rodeo, and even demolition derby.  During the summer you can take a dip in the Aquatic Center complete with lap lanes, diving boards,  slides, and a zero level entry pool. if the swimming pool isn't where you like to spend your time Coffeyville options entertainment by way of golf courses, museums, and parks. 

Industry and manufacturing make up the majority of the Coffeyville workforce. Home to John Deere Corporation's Coffeyville Works, Coffeyville Resources which produces 2,100,000 US gallons of oil per year, and Sherwin Williams Chemical Co. 

Coffeyville offers public (USD #445) and private options for school. The Public school systems have a 13:1 student to teacher ratio and ranks in the top ten for the most diverse school district in Kansas.  Coffeyville Community College was voted #1 Top 50 Most Affordable Community Colleges.
Coffeyville, Kansas Schools (USD #445)

  • Field Kindley High School, grades 9–12

  • Roosevelt Middle School, grades 7–8.

  • Community Elementary School, K–6. 

  • Holy Name School, grades PK-6, 

  • Coffeyville Community College

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