Top Nebraska School Districts

  • For the 2018-19 school year, there are 307 top school districts in Nebraska, serving 316,066 students.
  • The most diverse district is Omaha School District, with a diversity score of 0.73.
  • The largest school district is Omaha , serving 51,966 students.

Top Nebraska School Districts (2018-19)

    School District
    # Students
    Diversity Score
    Graduation %
    Adams Central 137 n/a n/a
    Adams Central 171 n/a n/a
    Adams Central 462 n/a ≥95%
    Adams Central 147 n/a n/a
    Ainsworth Community Schools 483 n/a ≥90%
    Alegent/immanuel Rtc n/a n/a n/a
    Allen Consolidated Schools 205 n/a ≥80%
    Alliance 1,511 n/a 85-89%
    Alma 293 n/a ≥80%
    Alternatives Academy/journeys n/a n/a n/a
    Amherst 383 n/a ≥90%
    Anselmo-merna 271 n/a ≥80%
    Ansley 158 n/a ≥80%
    Arapahoe 341 n/a ≥80%
    Arcadia 126 n/a ≥50%
    Arlington 635 n/a ≥90%
    Arnold 149 n/a ≥50%
    Arthur County Schools 46 n/a ≥50%
    Arthur County Schools 63 n/a n/a
    Ashland-greenwood 867 n/a ≥95%
    Auburn 865 n/a 90-94%
    Aurora 1,269 n/a ≥95%
    Axtell Community Schools 264 n/a ≥80%
    Bancroft-rosalie Community Schools 265 n/a ≥50%
    Banner County 164 n/a ≥50%
    Battle Creek 416 n/a ≥90%
    Bayard 410 n/a ≥80%
    Beatrice 2,109 n/a 85-89%
    Bellevue 10,082 n/a 91%
    Bennington 2,101 n/a 90-94%
    Bertrand 300 n/a ≥80%
    Blair Community Schools 2,349 n/a 90-94%
    Bloomfield Community Schools 251 n/a ≥50%
    Blue Hill 319 n/a ≥80%
    Boone Central Schools 587 n/a ≥90%
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