The primary purpose of Nebraska Christian Schools is to train young people spiritually, academically, and socially. Parents of Preschool-6th grade applicants should be genuinely interested in providing a Christian education for their students. Applicants in grades 7-12 should show genuine interest in learning more about Christ, through a Christ-centered, college prep program.
NC accepts applicants who will profit from a traditional classroom approach. The school has limited resources available to assist students with learning and/or behavioral difficulties.
Applicants must complete the following forms to be considered for enrollment:
- Application for admission and $50 application fee per student
- Pastoral Reference
- Official transcript (if unavailable, a copy of the previous year’s report card. Applicant’s may be asked to take placement tests.)
After receiving the above paperwork, the application is forwarded to our Admissions Committee for approval. A parent/student interview may be requested before a decision is made. If a student is approved for admission, additional paperwork will follow.
Criteria that may cause the rejection of applicants:
- Psychological problems
- Severe learning problems
- Tobacco use, drinking, drugs, profanity, immorality, stealing, dishonesty, etc.
- Discipline problems (parental, church, school, civil)
- Current probation with the courts
- Applicants who are coming against their will