• Varsity Softball State Event
  • Varsity Football Game vs. Columbus Scotus
    10-17-14 7pm @ North Bend Central
  • Varsity Volleyball EHC Tournament 
    10-18-14 @ Stanton High School
  • JV Football Game vs. West Point Beemer
    10-20-14 5 pm @ North Bend Central Tiger Stadium
  • Varsity Volleyball Game vs. Howells-Dodge
    10-21-14 5:30 pm @ North Bend Central High School
  • Early Yearbook Sales 
  • State Land Judging
    10-22-14 8 am


CONGRATULATIONS! Ally, Nora, & Dylan for qualifying to go to State Cross Country! 
REMINDER! FBLA is sponsoring March of Dimes. Friday is Purplicious Day and the conclusion of Tap/Homeroom War. Pizza Party for Winners! Watch for cheerleaders selling Purple Balloons and pass the Bucket at this Friday's Football Game. March of Dimes works to improve the health of babies and support Family. Thank you for supporting March of Dimes! 
Lady Tiger Volleyball is holding a fundraiser for Nicole Boyle of Scribner. Nicole is a Freshman volleyball player from Scribner-Snyder fighting cancer.  Nicole underwent a bone marrow transplant in late July.  She is the niece of Jim and Mary Spath of North Bend.  The North Bend Volleyball Club will be selling "Team Nicole" shirts for $12.  All proceeds will be donated to Nicole and her family.  T-shirts will be for sale at the high school office. October 21st against Howells-Dodge will be the Lady Tiger's annual Cancer Awareness night. 

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New Booster Club Volunteer Sign Up and  Page! - hover mouse over District, click on Booster Club

Tiger Water Bottles For Sale! FBLA and Art Club Sponsored -  Click to Order


Welcome to North Bend Central

The North Bend Central School District, with Pre-K – 12 enrollment just over 600 students, is the one of the fastest growing schools in the state of Nebraska. North Bend Central provides quality education, academic opportunities, and a wide variety of clubs and organizations while maintaining the hometown atmosphere expected from its patrons.

A commitment to academic achievement is shown in the 2012-13 NePAS Scores. NBC scored in the 96th percentile in reading, 94th percentile in math and 80th percentile in science. District ACT scores also sparkle, with an average score rising above both state and national averages. District teachers are selected and retained for their positive influence on quality education and exceed the state average in years of teaching experience and percentage of teachers with Masters degrees.

Building upon a tradition of excellence, a ‘new era’ is beginning at North Bend Central! With overwhelming community support, a $7.365  million dollar school bond was approved in the spring of 2013. During the 2014-15 school year the students, staff and the community will enjoy a new science wing, new special education classrooms, a high school competition gym, revamped office area, revamped middle school locker rooms, new high school locker rooms, revamped weight room and wrestling room, and a new multi-purpose facility at the elementary school. Visit the Construction Page link to learn about the district’s upgrades in facilities.

When choosing a location for your home or business, consider the North Bend Central School District, a place that is growing right alongside your child.  Indeed, it's a great time to be an NBC Tiger!

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