Bennington Public Schools

Bennington Public Schools is a suburban school district servicing students living on the northwestern side of Omaha’s metro area.
Bennington School

Originally started as the State of Nebraska’s smallest school district more than a century ago, the now rapidly growing school district boasts three elementary schools, a middle school and a high school campus, with the expectation of higher enrollment leading to the construction of additional school buildings in the near future. Students in Bennington Public Schools have traditionally scored higher than state and national averages on standardized testing, with the entire district rated “excellent” by Nebraska’s education accountability system.

http://www.benningtonschools.org

District Superintendent: Dr. Terry Haack

District Enrollment:
Approximately 2,500 students

High School Enrollment:
Bennington Senior High School: Approximately 800 students

District Office:

Bennington Public Schools
11620 N. 156th Street
Bennington, NE
402-238-3044

Enrollment: Online through the district website

Attendance areas/boundaries

Preschool
**Must apply and qualify.

School Buildings:

Elementary Schools

Regular Schedule: 8:20am-3:07pm
Bennington Elementary School
Heritage Elementary School
Pine Creek Elementary School

Middle School

Regular Schedule: 8am-3:10pm
Bennington Middle School

High Schools

Regular Schedule: 8:10am-3:17pm
Bennington Senior High School

Accredited:

Nebraska State Department of Education
North Central Accreditation of Schools

 

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