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Situated to the west of Omaha, in Central City, Merrick County NB, Nebraska Christian School (NCS) is an inter-denominational, Christian boarding and day school NCS offers a full educational program for preschoolers through Grade 12. We focus on providing a college preparatory curriculum with AP courses, ACT and SAT and a program of extra-curricular activities and student services.


Location and Facilities:

 

Photo of Co-ed Day & Boarding School in Nebraska Nebraska Christian Schools is located on a 27-acre campus one mile outside the city limits of Central City, Neb., 22 miles east of Grand Island, Neb. and 110 miles west of Omaha, Neb.

Residential Program:
Residence facilities are available for senior high students and mature junior highers which emcompasses grades 7-12. We provide separate dorms for boys and girls.


School / Office Address: Central City, 1847 Inskip Avenue
Omaha
Nebraska
USA
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Directions / Instructions:

Directions to Nebraska Christian

- From Highway 30 heading east (from Grand Island): Just west of Central City, turn north at the Fairgrounds Road. Go one mile north to the stop sign. Turn left (west) on Ormsby Road. Go west 1/2 mile. Turn right (north) at the Nebraska Christian sign.

- From Highway 30 heading west (from Columbus): Just as you enter Central City, you will cross some railroad tracks. Immediately after the tracks, turn right (west) onto 13th Street. Follow 13th Street across a set of railroad tracks (slight right turn), through a stop sign (Hwy. 14 intersection), through a 4-way stop, and out of town. Approximately one mile out of town, turn right (north) at the Nebraska Christian sign onto Inskip Ave.

- Alternate Hwy 30 west directions: Go into town on Hwy 30. Turn right (north) at the intersection of Hwy 30 and Hwy 14. Stay on Highway 14 until you come to 13th Street, which is the street the airport is on. Turn left (west). Go approximately two miles west. Turn right (north) at the Nebraska Christian sign.

- From Highway 14 heading north (from Aurora): Go approximately 18 miles north to Central City. Stay on Highway 14 until you come to 13th Street, which is the street the airport is on. Turn left (west). Go approximately two miles west. Turn right (north) at the Nebraska Christian sign.

- From Highway 14 heading south (from Fullerton): Follow Hwy 14 into Central City. Approximately one block before the second set of railroad tracks, turn right (west) onto 13th Street. Go approximately two miles west. Turn right (north) onto Inskip Ave. at the Nebraska Christian sign.

Some interested visitors submitting program inquiries to our school up to 2020-06-02 were from:

Grand Island;   Hanover, KS;   Carlisle Barracks;   Lincoln;   and more.
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