| Omaha Public Schools|
Omaha Public Schools
Blue and gold
| Dr. Jeaneen Talbott|
| public, magnet middle school|
3802 Redick Ave, Omaha, NE 68112, USA
Monroe Middle School, Morton Magnet Middle Sc, Norris Middle School, North High School, Alice Buffett Magnet M
McMillan Magnet School, formerly known as McMillan Junior High School, is a middle school located at 3802 Redick Avenue in North Omaha, Nebraska. McMillan is a magnet school, focusing on technology, mathematics, engineering, and communication arts.
McMillan Magnet Center Wikipedia
McMillan opened in 1958, and soon after the students chose the Monarch as the school mascot. Named for Edward E. McMillan (1875–1943), the first principal of North High School, McMillan became Omaha Public Schools' first magnet junior high school in the 1980s. Originally a school for seventh, eighth and ninth grade students, in 1989 ninth graders were permanently moved to high schools throughout the city.
As a magnet school, McMillan features special courses in computers and mathematics. The name of the school was changed to McMillan Magnet Center in the late 1990s. The school completed a $13 million renovation project in 2003, including a library/media center, technology and living laboratories, computer labs, and an indoor and outdoor athletic complex. McMillan also offers a program for gifted and talented students.