Student Handbook

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This handbook is to be used by students, parents, and staff as a guide to the rules, regulations, and general information about Nebraska Christian Schools. Each student/family is responsible for becoming familiar with the handbook and knowing the information contained in it. Parents are encouraged to use this handbook as a resource and to assist their child in following the rules contained in this handbook.

Although the information found in this handbook is detailed and specific on many topics, the handbook is not intended to be all encompassing so as to cover every situation and circumstance that may arise during any school day or school year. The administration reserves the right to make decisions and make rule revisions at any time to implement the educational program and to assure the well being of all students. The administration will be responsible for interpreting the rules contained in the handbook. Should a situation or circumstance arise that is not specifically covered in this handbook, the administration will make a decision based upon all applicable school policies and state and federal statutes and regulations.

The procedures and policies outlined in our student handbook assist us in achieving our vision, carrying out our mission, and supporting our core values. These are guided by our philosophy of education.

Vision Statement

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

Mission Statement

We assist the family and church in providing a Christ-centered education and encouraging a love relationship with the Lord Jesus Christ.
Colossians 3:23; John 15:5: James 4:8

Core Values

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.

Please see “Vision, Mission, and Core Values” in the About NC section for a more comprehensive overview of our mission statement and core values.

Philosophy of Education

NC adopts an historic, Christian view of life as presented in the Bible. The essence of this view is that life should be God-centered and glorifying to Him, since He, being the sovereign and holy God, created, owns, and sustains everything through His Son, Jesus Christ. In His holiness and perfection, God desires a relationship with His creation, especially mankind.

Man chose to reject this relationship. Each individual is, by nature and choice, a sinner who can never in himself glorify and know God. Out of His immense love, God provided a way to redeem and regenerate mankind, restoring man to a right relationship with Himself. This is accomplished as an individual places his faith and trust in the saving work that Jesus Christ did for all on the cross.

NC seeks to present all truth as interpreted by or revealed in God’s Word. Our curriculum is taught from a Biblical Christian viewpoint by born-again believers. We desire to help each student grow in wisdom, stature, and favor with God and man. We believe in the inerrancy of the Bible. We believe marriage is a lifelong covenant between one man and one woman, and that God bestows gender upon each person as male or female to reflect His image.

NC recognizes that education is primarily the parents’ responsibility. The school functions as an extension of the home in nurturing each student in a firm Biblical foundation.