The towns of Benton, Towanda, Greenwich, Township Village in El Dorado, Bel Aire and northeastern Wichita make up the Circle District’s "communities." The district’s patrons have a vital interest in the educational program. The district is governed by a seven-member Board of Education.

Circle Unified School District 375 encompasses approximately 175 square miles of western Butler and northeastern Sedgwick Counties. Many choice home sites and easy access to the Wichita area make Circle’s location ideal. Cultural, educational and civic opportunities are available through Butler Community College and Wichita State University, both within easy driving distance of USD 375.

By way of the Kansas Turnpike or I-35, Circle is less than thirty minutes from the cultural and entertainment offerings of Wichita, the largest city in Kansas. Shopping centers, universities, theater, dining, Century II and Intrust Arena are only a few of the metropolitan benefits available to the district. Highway 254 running from El Dorado to northern Wichita has been expanded to a four-lane super highway giving quick, safe access to the Circle district.

The school district community is unique since it combines the beauty of a rural setting with well planned residential areas. Modern industry provides a strong tax base for excellent schools and community services. Churches of many denominations are located in the communities. Civic organizations, lodges and clubs work together for continual community improvement. Rental property and manufactured housing are also available in the district.

Swimming, tennis, youth activities and other recreational facilities make these communities outstanding year round. For the friendly atmosphere of small communities with the advantages of a large city not far away - for living at its best - Circle USD 375 offers the answer.