Homeschool Opportunities

Nebraska Christian Schools has a long history of welcoming students from a variety of educational backgrounds. We embrace those who chose to homeschool and “train up a child in the way he should go, and when he is old, he will not depart from it,” Proverbs 22:6. In fact, 40% of our students have been homeschooled at some point.

As we partner with the family and the church to provide a Christ-centered education (our Vision, Mission, and Core Values), we are excited to support homeschooling families by offering various opportunities to help train up your child, including robust options for jr. high students. If you have other questions or ideas that you think the school may be able to support, please do not hesitate to contact the school so that administration might consider your request.

Junior High Part-time Enrollment Opportunities

NC welcomes homeschooled students in grades 7-8 to join our full-time students in the following end-of-day activities:


  • volleyball
  • football
  • cross country
  • basketball
  • wrestling
  • track and field
  • soccer


  • keyboarding
  • music/choir
  • P.E./health

The following are also offered with additional cost:

  • art ($150 per year)
  • band ($300 per year)
  • quiz bowl ($50 per year)

To participate in one or more of these activities, the cost is $1,099, and you must register through the office (ph. 308-946-3836 or email

Elementary Band Enrollment Opportunity

Students in grades 5-6 who are interested in participating in the band may be approved by the administration on a case-by-case basis for a fee of $300.  Please inquire by emailing with your child’s name, age, instrument, and years of experience (if any).  If you are in need of an instrument, please include that request in your inquiry as well. NC does not guarantee the availability of instruments but will attempt to meet needs with loaned instruments as we are able.

Elementary Digging Deeper Day

For students in grades K-8, we host an annual “Digging Deeper Elementary and Junior High Day.” The day starts with a large assembly featuring a special guest speaker here on NC’s campus. Then a free lunch gives everyone energy for the activities, games, or stations planned for the afternoon. The day’s goal is to dig deeper into the Truth of God’s Word and give students a unique experience they won’t forget. As this event’s date and time vary from year to year, please check with our office to inquire about the latest updates. (ph. 308-946-3836 or email