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Hamilton County Schools

Hamilton County's award winning school systems supply some of the states most talented graduates. Educating grades kindergarten through twelfth with all the opportunities of cities ten times our size, the Aurora area's got it!

Aurora Public Schools

The Aurora Public Schools, a Class 3 School District, maintains a steady enrollment of approximately 1,300 students grades K – 12.

The District maintains a six member board and employs 185 full and part-time employees in a K-5 Elementary School, 6-8 Middle School and a 9-12 High School. All three sites are accredited by the Nebraska State Department of Education; in addition, the High School is accredited by the North Central Association of Secondary Schools. To learn more about the Aurora Public Schools and why it is considered one of the top school districts in the State of Nebraska, please visit us at www.aurora.k12.ne.us.

Dr. Larry Ramaekers
Aurora Public Schools Superintendent

Superintendent Office 402-694-6923
High School Principals Office 402-694-6968
Middle School Principals Office 402-694-6915
Elementary School Principals Office 402-694-3167

Hampton Public Schools

SMALL PACKAGE.  BIG PUNCH.

At Hampton Public School we have been planting seeds of leadership, industry and creativity in area youth for more than 125 years.  Academic growth begins with our on-site preschool and continues with an expanded curriculum including dual credit college courses.  We understand the importance individual attention has on student performance and recognize the benefits that come from providing participation opportunities to ALL students.  That’s why we are so proud of our 9:1 student to teacher ratio and the fact that over 95% of our high school students are involved in extracurricular activities, while maintaining high academic achievement.

The Hampton Public School, a Class 3 school district, maintains a steady enrollment of approximately 200 students in grades PreK-12.  The Nebraska State Department of Education and the North Central Association accredit both our two sites, a PreK-6 Elementary School and a 7-12 Junior/Senior High School.  For more information, please visit our school website at http://www.hampton.k12.ne.us.

Superintendent Office 402-725-3116
High School Principals Office 402-725-3116
Elementary School Principals Office 402-725-3533

Hampton Lutheran School

.A Great Place to Grow...God's Way! HLS is a Kindergarten-6th Grade private, Christian school open to children of all faiths. We offer small class sizes, extracurricular activities, up-to-date technology, and curriculum based on the inerrant Word of God. HLS is accredited by the National Lutheran Schools Accreditation process, state approved, with certified teachers. The mission of HLS is to equip children both spiritually and academically, promoting faith, trust and growth in their relationship with the one true God, thus growing responsible adults who will live with compassion, lead with integrity and be grounded in their faith. 732 North 3rd Street, Hampton (402) 725-3347

 

Giltner Public Schools

Superintendent Office 402-849-2238
High School  Principals Office 402-849-2238
Elementary School Principals Office 402-849-2238

 

 

 
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