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Adams Central is a Nebraska School Activities Association Class C1 school district that is fully accredited by AdvancED. The student body consists of approximately 450 students, grades seven through twelve. Approximately 95% of our students graduating go on to higher education. Nearly all of our student body participate in a variety of activities including clubs, music, athletics, drama, speech and journalism. Our academic, vocational, special education, and alternative programs allow all students with the opportunity to gain the knowledge and skills necessary to become active and participating members of our society.


SCHOOL INFORMATION: Adams Central Jr-Sr High Sch
PO BOX 1088
HASTINGS, 68902-1088
SCHOOL PHONE: (402)463-3285
FAX: (402)463-6344
SCHOOL ID: 01-0090-001

The release date for Statewide Assessments is 12/31/2018

Graduation Rate

What percent of students graduated in four years?

College Going Rate

The release date for Graduation Cohort and Dropout is 12/31/2018

Student Membership

How many students were enrolled at the beginning of the school year?

Student Race/Ethnicity

What percent of students fall in each race/ethnicity category?


Degree, Experience, & Salary

How many classroom teachers are there?

How many teachers have a Masters degree?

What percentage of teachers have a Masters degree?

How many years do teachers teach on average?

What is the average teacher salary?


What percent of teachers fall in each race/ethnicity category?

Inexperienced Teachers

Teaching on Provisional Credentials

Teaching Out of Field

English Learners

What percent of students are learning the English language?

High Ability Learners

What percent of students can perform at a high level in a specific area?



Free/Reduced Lunch

What percent of students are eligible for free/reduced price meals?

School Mobility Rate

What percent of students enter or leave a school during one school year?

The release date for Teachers is 10/15/2018

The release date for Student Performance is 10/15/2018

Financial Per Pupil Expenditures

English Language Proficiency Assessment for the 21st Century