Columbus is proud of its quality education. We offer diverse choices, from kindergarten through the master's degree level courses.
Bachelor degree completion is available through Wayne State College
, Concordia University
, Bellevue University
, and the University of Nebraska at Kearney
who bring their programs to Columbus. Master degree programs are also available through the University of Nebraska-Omaha
and via distance education through the University of Nebraska - Lincoln
ACT scores of Columbus students are higher than the national average. According to 2010 statistics:
We invite you to learn more about our community's schools by visiting their home pages:
Day Care and Preschools
For a listing of local day care and preschools, contact HHS at 564-1113.
Educational Service Unit No. 7
, (402) 564-6885, is headquartered in Columbus. They serve schools in seven counties with special cooperative programs and services.
Sylvan Learning Center, 2620 23 Street - (402) 564-2862. Sylvan is the number one educational and testing service for families, schools and industries. The Columbus center serves students age four through adulthood.