Sac County offers quality education for residents of all ages with both in-person and online programs.
East Sac County Community School District
Auburn, Lake View, Sac City, and Wall Lake in Sac County
East Sac County Schools empower all students to become productive, responsible citizens of an ever-changing global society. East Sac County has an elementary school in Sac City and a high school in Lake View that will soon be converted to grades 7 through 12. Both of these buildings are currently seeing millions of dollars in renovations to provide students with a superior education. Learn more about Raider Pride and the great East Sac County Community School District by visiting their website!
OABCIG Community School District
Odebolt in Sac County; Arthur, Battle Creek and Ida Grove in Ida County
The Odebolt-Arthur & Battle Creek-Ida Grove Schools are two districts involved in a whole-grade sharing agreement with a total student population around 1,000. The districts share a 9-12 grade high school in Ida Grove and 6-8 grade middle school in Odebolt. PK-5 schools are in Ida Grove and Odebolt.
Ridge View Community School District
Early, Nemaha and Schaller in Sac County; Galva and Holstein in Ida County
Formed in 2010, the Schaller-Crestland and Galva-Holstein Community School Districts share middle and high schools in Early and Holstein with three elementary buildings including Schaller-Crestland in Schaller in Sac County. Total enrollment is around 800.
South Central Calhoun Community School District
Lytton in Sac County; Lake City, Lohrville, and Rockwell City in Calhoun County
The South Central Calhoun district represents a 2014 merger of the Rockwell-City Lytton and Southern Calhoun Community School District. The formation follows whole-grade sharing which had been in place between the two districts, which has approximately 900 students.
Iowa Central Community College
For most Sac County residents, Iowa Central Community College is an hour commute to its main campus in Fort Dodge. Iowa Central is a small community college with a big-campus feel with online programs as well. This campus is popular among Sac County residents and high school graduates. For more information visit Iowa Central’s website.
DMACC – Carroll Campus
From 30 to 45 minutes away for Sac County residents is DMACC’s Carroll campus. Continue or start your DMACC education at their Carroll location for a great opportunity close to Sac County or online.
Buena Vista University
Buena Vista University is a 4-year institution with a 30 to 45-minute commute for Sac County residents. Located along the beautiful Storm Lake in Storm Lake, Iowa, Buena Vista offers many post-secondary programs close to home or online.