Who Are We?
Omaha North High Magnet Center is a public mathematics, science, engineering and technology magnet school located in Omaha, Nebraska. Students from all parts of the Omaha Public School District as well as students from outside the district participate in a specialized curriculum.
In 1992, a blue-ribbon panel of education leaders selected by Redbook magazine picked North as one of the 140 best high schools in America and the number one high school in Nebraska in 1994 for technology innovation and in 1996 for community involvement.
In 1997 North High was selected by the Magnet Schools of America Commission as its Magnet School of America Award winner. In 2006, North High was again honored by the Magnet Schools of America with its 2006 Award of Distinction. In 2007, North High received the group's Award of Excellence.
There are more than 1,800 students in grades 9 - 12. Nearly two-thirds of the students attend an institution of higher learning after graduation and the remainder apply their skills in the world of work or the military.
All departments emphasize the role of technology in our changing society. Students and staff have access to almost 1,000 computers.