City of Imperial, Nebraska

"Come Home to Imperial, Nebraska"

A great community offering excellent educational opportunities for all ages.

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Rainbow Promise Preschool ·420 Holland · First United Methodist Church · (308)882-4916


Chase County School

K-12 Schools

 Chase County Schools · 520 East 9th · (308)882-4304  

The current K-12 school building opened in the fall of 1991. It is a state-of-the-art learning environment featuring large classrooms, well equipped areas for music, drama and art, a 350-seat auditorium, a large media center and exceptional athletic facilities. One-to-one laptops are provided to 9-12 grade students. Chase County Schools take pride in offering a wide variety of activities to students. From the 9th Street Singers to college classes in the distance learning lab, CCS students have many options designed to enrich their lives. Current enrollment K-12 is 563 students with a student-to-teacher ratio of 11:1. Student population has increased by more than 40 students over the past two years. Chase County Schools annual budget is $9.5 million.

MPCC Imperial Campus




Post Secondary Education

 Mid-Plains Community College  · Imperial Extended Campus · 1324 Broadway · (308)882-5972

The Imperial Extended Campus provides professional opportunities to Chase County and surrounding areas. Students seeking a two-year Associates of Arts , Associates of Science and/or Associate of Applied Science degrees can benefit from the wide range of courses offered online, through distance learning, and onsite with area instructors with minimal travel to the main campuses located in McCook and North Platte. Through agreements with Fort Hayes State and Bellevue University, area residents have access to bachelor and master degree programs. The Imperial Extended Campus also coordinates with area businesses to provide customized training courses pertinent to their workplace needs. The Career Academy, a 5th year of high school program, was implemented Fall 2008 by Chase County Schools in cooperation with Mid-Plains Community College to provide students the opportunity to obtain an associate’s degree in conjunction with their high school diploma. In March 2011, Mid-Plains Community College and Chase County Schools unveiled a technology track specific to the needs of one of Imperial's key employers.


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