About the Nebraska Capitol Conference
The purpose of the Nebraska Capitol Conference is to establish relations with member schools, bind them into an organization which will endeavor to promote better relationships in school activities, facilitate exchange of ideas among faculty members, provide ease of scheduling events which these schools might be engaged in, and serve such other purposes as may be determined by the member schools.
The Nebraska Capitol Conference was created in 1979 as a part of the conference reorganization. The old Nebraska Capitol Conference was disbanded at the end of the 1979-1980 school year, and some members of the old NCC joined with new members. The new group of schools elected to retain the same “Nebraska Capitol Conference.” Member schools of the old NCC in its last year of existence were: Arlington, Ashland-Greenwood, Centennial, Elkhorn, Gretna, Norris, Platteview, Raymond Central, Wahoo, and Waverly. Current member schools in the NCC are: Arlington, Ashland-Greenwood, Bennington, Douglas County West, Fort Calhoun, Raymond Central, Syracuse, and Wahoo. Following the 2011-2012 school year, Bennington left the conference and the NCC was re-joined by Springfield Platteview Community Schools (Platteview High School).