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20650 Glenn St Elkhorn, NE 68022
Phone: 402-289-2579

Our Mission

The Elkhorn Public Schools unites students, families, educators, and the community to ensure a challenging and enriching academic environment that inspires students to develop the knowledge and skills necessary to become responsible citizens and lifelong learners.

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EHS Presents: “You Can’t Take it With You”

The Elkhorn High School drama department will present “You Can’t Take it With You” on Friday, May 6 at 7 p.m. and again on Saturday, May 7 at 2 p.m. and 7 p.m. Tickets are available at the door, $6 for adults and $4 for children.

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EHS, ESHS Named as “America’s Most Challenging”

The list recognizes schools that have high levels of participation in rigorous coursework. Nationally, less than 11 percent of approximately 22,000 U.S. public high schools met the requirements to be ranked on the list.

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Summer Activity Camps

Each summer Elkhorn coaches and sponsors offer a variety of sports/activity camps for students of all ages. Available camps are now available to view online. To download registration flyers or browse camps choose “Read More.”

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ESHS Girls Basketball Named State Champs

On March 5, the Storm Girls Basketball team defeated Waverly to take home the school’s first State Title in Girls basketball and the school’s third state championship this school year.

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Storm Cheer and Dance Teams Take State Titles

Congratulations to the Elkhorn South cheer and dance teams on their Class B State Titles. ESHS Cheer took home First Place in Tumbling and earned a Runner-up title in Sideline. The ESHS Dance team won the Class B Title in Hip Hop and earned second place in the jazz category. Choose “Read More” to see photos.

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Governor Ricketts Visits West Bay

Governor Pete Ricketts visited West Bay third, fourth and fifth graders on February 25 as a guest reader. Governor Ricketts read “The Dragons are Singing Tonight” by Jack Prelutsky. He stressed the importance of a good education and encouraged students to keep reading. Ricketts also told students Nebraska would celebrate its 150th anniversary next year or sesquicentennial.

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