The Village of McCool Junction is home to McCool Junction Public Schools. McCool Junction's Public School is a K-12 facility which continues to grow, now having 248 students. The elementary school was built in 1965, with the junior/senior high facility constructed in 1916. Operating expenses in 2006 were $1,760,000, which is an average cost of $7,486 per student. Eighty percent of the McCool Junction high school students take the ACT Test, with an average score of 21. Eighty-eight percent of graduating seniors attend college, with the remaining 12 percent entering the labor market. Vocational classes are offered at the high school. The McCool Junction Learning Center and Public Library will be finished soon and will be fully utilized for the upcoming 2007-2008 school year.
McCool Junction is home to three churches. They are: St. Patrick's Catholic Church served by Father Steve Cooney; First Evangelical Lutheran Church served by Pastor Jennifer Zahnow and United Methodist Church served by Pastor Jeff Adams.
United Methodist Church
St. Patrick's Catholic Church
For more information regarding housing opportunities, please contact York County Development Corporation. For more information on the Orvil Weiss Subdivision, please contact Jim Green at the Village office at 402-724-2525.
The Village of McCool Junction can meet the utility needs of new residents and businesses alike. McCool Junction’s utilities are served by the following:
Water & Waste Water
Village of McCool Junction
Perennial Public Power District
No Service Available – Propane Use Only via Farmer’s Cooperative or Sapp Brothers
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