Driver Education will again be offered this summer at Central City High School at a cost of $255 for students from our district, or going to our high school next year, and $290 for students out of the Central City district. The cost will cover the 28 hours of classroom instruction, as well as the 6 hours of driving and 6 hours of observation. Students must be 14 years of age or older by October 15, 2021 to enroll and hold a . . .
CCHS National Honor Society had an educational and fun day at Henry Doorly Zoo in Omaha in March. We first were introduced to a few snakes and learned about their habitats from zoo staff. The staff presented information about their daily responsibilities and various careers at the zoo. We also saw and learned about numerous creatures from around the world.
CCHS National Honor Society Induction of New Members On September 24 th , 2020 twenty-two additional juniors and seniors were recognized for their academic success in high school when they were inducted into the Central City High School Chapter of National Honor . . .
CCHS Students and Parents, You may click on the links below to view the CCHS Registration Handbook and the Scheduling Worksheet. The Registration Handbook will open in a new browser window as a PDF and the Scheduling Worksheet will download as a word document. CCHS Registration Handbook Scheduling Worksheet Please contact Mrs. Anderson at email@example.com with any questions.
Click on the link below to view Central City Public Schools guidelines for school closure. Guidelines for School Closure
DECA and NHS Teamed up on a cold day for Trick or Treat for the Food Pantry! Pictured are Graci, Ella, David, Megan, Jackson, Jacob, Jayden, Jade, Crystal, Eric and Taryn! Many thanks to those who donated to a great cause.
Click on the link below to see tips from the Nebraska School Counselor Association for Parents during the Covid-19 Pandemic. Tips for Parents from the NE School Counselor Association
Central City High School Career and College Fair - Learn to Earn On December 20th, Central City High School hosted their twelfth annual Career and College Fair called Learn to Earn. The Fair went well and was described by CCHS students as educational, fun, informative, and well put together. Over forty guest presenters, representatives, and recruiters volunteered their time and knowledge to the students during the Career and . . .