Laurel - Concord - Coleridge School


Laurel-Concord School partnered with the neighboring Coleridge Community School to consolidate and become Laurel-Concord-Coleridge (LCC) School.  LCC provides high-quality education opportunities for the youth in our school communities of Laurel, Coleridge, Concord, Belden and Dixon.

At Laurel-Concord-Coleridge School, our drive and commitment to help all students prepare for success in college, their careers, and in life, is second to none. LCC students aren’t just champions in the classroom. They are also standouts on the stage, in the gym, on the field, and at the workplace. Our student athletes and activity participants have exceptional experiences that ultimately provide valuable life lessons in leadership, goal-setting and collaboration. View more information.

The Elementary Grades (grades PK-4th) and High School (grades 9th-12th) campuses are located in Laurel, while the Middle School campus (grades 5th–8th) are in Coleridge.

The Laurel-Concord-Coleridge School (LCC) has a Pre K-12 enrollment of about 490 students. LCC School system has earned both Nebraska and AdvancEd accreditation. Laurel-Concord-Coleridge offers a wide range of curriculum and extracurricular activities. Educational Service Unit #1 at Wakefield, Nebraska, provides additional services for Laurel-Concord-Coleridge School.


LCC Preschool is available to any child who is age 3 or 4 by July 30th of the current year.  There are two classes available – morning or afternoon.  The morning class begins at 8:05 a.m. and ends at 11:30 a.m.  Monday – Thursday.  The afternoon class begins at 12:30 p.m. and ends at 3:35 p.m.  Monday – Thursday.  Both classes are a mix of 3- and 4-year-olds and the maximum enrollment size is 20 students.

To enroll a student in the LCC Preschool program, a parent must complete an application and provide their child’s certified birth certificate and current immunization information.  The application can be requested from the LCC Elementary Office.  The elementary office may be reached at 402-256-3133, Option 2.


High School Boosters

LCC High School Boosters support all NSAA activities at LCC High School. These include: football -volleyball – cross country – girls golf – boys basketball -girls basketball – wrestling – boys track – girls track – boys golf – band – choir – one-act – speech.

LCC High School Boosters are supported through memberships and various fundraising events.


Download a Booster Membership Form and drop it off or mail it to the high school office.  Thank you for your support!

Seniors whose parents have been members for a minimum of two years and are current members will be eligible to apply for a LCCHS Activity Booster Scholarship.

The current membership list is printed on the home-game programs. 

Request for Funding Form

Coaches interested in submitting requests to the booster club for funding for activities, please submit a Request for Funding Form. All booster club requests are submitted to the school administration that are then forwarded to the booster club for consideration.

Parent-Teacher Organization (K-8)

LCC Parent-Teacher Organization K-8 was developed to initiate a closer connection between school and home by encouraging parent involvement; Enhance the educational experience by supporting academic and enrichment activities; and Improve the environment at our school by providing volunteer and financial support.

All parents and/or legal guardians of students who currently attend LCC Elementary or Middle School are eligible for membership and have the right to attend and participate in all PTO general meetings and activities.

For more information, contact a LCC PTO Board Officer or LCC Elementary Principal, Paige Parsons, or the LCC Middle School Principal.

TeamMates Mentoring Program

The mission of TeamMates Mentoring program is to impact the world by inspiring youth to reach their full potential through mentoring. Dr. Tom and Nancy Osborne started the TeamMates Mentoring Program in 1991 with 22 University of Nebraska-Lincoln football players and 22 Lincoln middle school students. Coach Osborne felt the athletes in his program could make an impact on the students. The TeamMates program was formalized as a statewide program 1998 and has grown to serve chapters across four states. 

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