“The Next 50 Years” Launch Party

Click here to see the architectural drawings which illustrate our plans!

Big changes are coming to our campus! On February 4, we will unveil plans to renovate and rejuvenate three of the buildings on campus, and we’re inviting you to join in the celebration.

Over the past 18 months, the NC School Board has reviewed the usage, current status, and needs of each building. The gymnasium, the girls’ dormitory, and the boys’ dormitory are all part of this ambitious building and renovation campaign, dubbed “The Next 50 Years.” All three of the buildings were built between 1960 and 1964 and have served students at NC for 50 years. 

“It’s not about buildings,” Superintendent Josh Cumpston explained. “It’s about maintaining facilities that help us fulfill our mission as we serve our students and their families.” Nebraska Christian’s mission is to assist the family and church by providing a Christ-centered education, equipping students with a Biblical worldview, and encouraging a love relationship with the Lord Jesus Christ.

A specific timeline for the campaign has not been established, but the school has committed to moving forward 100% debt-free. “It’s hard to state a specific timeline with this campaign,” said Campaign Director Jody Heuermann. “Like we did with the 2004 campaign that built the Elementary Building and the 2006 campaign that built the High School Building, we will start the various phases of construction that make up the project as soon as we have the funds in hand for each phase.” The budget for the project will be unveiled at the Kickoff Celebration.

The entire community is invited to The Next 50 Years Campaign Kickoff Celebration that will take place in our gymnasium on February 4 at 7 pm. Details for the plans will be presented, architectural renderings will be unveiled, and the NC Board and campaign staff will be on hand to answer questions regarding the plans.

Please join us for this exciting event! Light refreshments will be served.




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