What we aspire to do:
We aspire to equip students with a Biblical Worldview that empowers them to stand on Truth.
Ephesians 6:10-18; Acts 6:7; Matt. 28:18-20; 1 Samuel 15:22
How we live so we will achieve our vision:
We assist the family and church by providing a Christ-centered education and encouraging a love relationship with the Lord Jesus Christ.
Colossians 3:23, John 15:5, James 4:8
Practices that guide us toward fulfilling our vision:
Nebraska Christian Schools is a place of SERVICE. We aspire to be Service Minded, Exalting of Christ, and Relationally Focused. We want our students and staff to hold a Vibrant Disposition, to embrace Innovative Practices, and take a Collaborative Approach. When our students, staff, and stakeholders carry out these values and keep Christ at the center, it puts Nebraska Christian on a path of Excellence to the glory of our Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ.
The conviction of our school leadership is that the students and staff that we lead do not exist to serve us, but, rather, we are called to serve and lay our lives down for others. By following the example of Jesus, we are devoted to finding tangible ways to love and serve one another, as well as our neighbors. We hope that all parts of Christ’s body see their role in serving in this same way.
In all things, there is one centerpiece – that is to glorify our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ. Whether we are in the classroom, on the ball field, or in the theater, we hope and pray that our actions can bring glory to God.
As we work with fellow staff, students, and families along the way, we will try to put ourselves in their shoes, always assuming that they have positive intentions, putting them before ourselves, and treating them with love and respect.
We expect that all of our students and staff are in line with a calling to be a part of the Nebraska Christian family. Therefore, it is also the expectation that we should be authentic, but that we should remember that we are blessed to be here. Our energy and attitude should reflect our gratitude for being a part of this mission.
The world is changing around us. As a school, it is our job to prepare our students in the most modern skills and practices while never removing or compromising our Biblical worldview.
In our 21st century world, it is becoming increasingly necessary for people to work together collaboratively. By embracing this, we will improve our school while helping our students hone this important skill.
It is not wrong for one to pursue excellence unless to do so is for one’s own glory. As we pursue excellence here at NC, we strive to do it for an audience of one – our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ.