Millard Public Schools Home Page
« April 2015 »
Sun Mon Tue Wed Thu Fri Sat
29
30
31
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9

 

Millard North Mustangs; Steven and Kellie Beresh; AldricháPTO;Addie & Robert Hollingsworth, Disney PTO;áNeihardtáPTO; Willowdale PTO; á Kurt & Angie Burbach, Kippard Koll, Nate & Katy Dickerson, Jeanine Beaudin, Wallor Family, Hinze Chiropractic, Chad Zimmerman, Bill & Kathy Jelkin, Henri & Tammy Hung, Don & Sherri Igo, Mike & Heather Daubert, Andy & Gina DeFreece, Sharlene Arthur, Jeff & Patti Koraleski, Thom & Stephanie Kastrup, Chris & Megan Septak, Angelo & Susan Passarelli, Jennifer Reid, Barbara Lichtenberg, Mama's Pizza, Ron & Francia Witt, Scott & Renae VerMaas, Scott Ingwerson, Kathleen Smith, Kevin & Bridgette Bunjer, Sachin Kedar, Lora Vokoun, Doreen Nelson, Nancy Edick, Nolan Beyer, Atul Ramachandran, Jeff & Bridgette Stevens, Julie Kolpin, John & Sandie Vyhlidal, Omaha Prime Restaurant, JenniferáReid, Chad Meisgeier; Curtis Case & Family; Kevin & Julie Chick; Joe & Cindi Alberico; Todd & Teresa Perkins; Brian & Marcy Berry; Scott & Jody Schroeder; Marc & Caryn Scheer; Christopher Hughes; Matt & CariáGuthrie; Steve & Mary Bayne; Jeff Kutash; Beth Fink; Mike & Molly Kennedy; Dawn Chronister; Bob & Brenda Gift; Laura Schabloske; Doty Addison; Holly Rilantono; Rick Wagelie; Angela Kardell; Evonne Nelson; James & Julie Sutfin; Jennifer Allen; Allyná& Becky Soppe; Kristina Hansen; Irina Mandachi; Vijay & Sangeeta Badal; Kent & Roxanne Kingston; Rebecca Kleeman & Family;Kim Saum-Mills & Family; Rob & Helen Wisler; Betty Ekstrand; Mike & Julie Kemp; Darla Fullner; Mark Feldhausen; Ken & Julie Bartholomew; Carole Ann Rohan; Justin & Heather Phipps; Matt & Joelle Sterbens; Karen Carlson; Jessie Mulligan; Nancy & Mark Brosamle; Ravi Gokarn & Meenal Surkund; Gina Rudloff; Megan Stone, Julie Pelster, Carol Wardian, Melissa Kucks, Emily Rakowsky, Melissa Buchanan & Family, Suzanne Beedon-Palma, Elizabeth Glenn, Karen Wagoner, Carmen Worick, Chad & Alexzandra Hayes, Cal Jacobs, Chris Cooney, Andrea Seffes, Stacy & Jay Jolley, Kristy Preuss, Don Osborne, Mike & Sarah Perry, Heather Spessard, Dean & Michelle Nosbisch, Jennifer Schwartz, Sarah Sturgeon, Troy & Amy Kaup, Padma & Raj Deeduvanu, Cara Schrock, Liz Schulze, Michaela Fletcher, Julianne Gray, Marti Seiberling, Greg Rice, Brian & Monica McKevitt, Josh Hennagir, Marianne Laski, Barbara Rothenberg, Eric & Karyn Lawrence, Sabine Fleshner, Stephanie Heater, Gary & Susan Mann, Kerri Betts, Brett Snow, Theresa Ryan, Meredith Sonnenfelt, Tonya Filleman, Sarah Morrison, Jessica Neill, John & Jill Southworth, Pamela Epstein, Barbara Mertz, Matt & Nikki Guynan, Debra Baratta, Holly Mains, Jennifer Smith, Mark Sukraw, Dave & Donita Moseman, Alex Palmquist, Kathie Guinan, Melanie & Matt Szymczak, Cathy Corbitt, Lisa Klosner, Dave & Donita Hancock, Monica Kauffman, Amy Jo Thalken, Matthew McLaughlin, Nancy Spencer, Sean Carlson, Kailey McCoy, Guy & Vicki Chinowth, Kathy McKinney, Tami Ulch, DeeDee Barr, Kathie Garabrandt, Monica Cox, Megan Kestel, Steve & Kim Coleman; Janet & Loras Klostermann; Amanda Kunes & Family; Kara Hutton; Karla Sullivan; Matt & Megan Geerts; Jean Ubbelohde;Rachael Biesterfeld; Scott & Jennifer Clayton; Derek Eskens; Jeff Tessin; Scott & Shelia Bolmeier; Ron & Kim Wessel; Kelli Heller; CarriáDyer; Melanie Olson; Lanette Christensen; Kathy Kazor; Troy Schnack; Archie Sutfin; Andy & Margaret Vacek

Millard high schools make Newsweek top list

 
For the second year in a row, Newsweek magazine has named Millard North, South and West high schools in its list of America’s top 1,600 high schools. Only four Nebraska schools made the list.

The selected schools rank in the top six percent of the nation’s public high schools, according to
a rating system devised by Washington Post columnist Jay Mathews.  The ratio is determined by the number of Advanced Placement, International Baccalaureate and Cambridge tests taken by all students at a school in 2009 divided by the number of graduating seniors.

The Nebraska schools and their national rankings according to Newsweek are Millard North at No. 799, Westside at No. 895, Millard West at No. 1,068 and Millard South at No. 1,313.

“This achievement did not happen by chance,” said Superintendent Keith Lutz. “Millard’s strategic plan called for the high schools to create an AP culture.  Our ultimate goal is to have all Millard students take at least one AP course if they plan to go to college.”

Millard students take 33 percent of the AP exams in the state, even though our three high schools account for only 7 percent of Nebraska’s total high school enrollment.  To see the Newsweek online article, click here.

"The Millard School District does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, religion, national origin, gender, marital status, disability, or age, in admission or access to or treatment of employment, in its programs and activities. The following person has been designated to handle inquiries regarding the non-discrimination policies: Superintendent of Schools, 5606 South 147 Street, Omaha, NE 68137 (402) 715-8200. The Superintendent may delegate this responsibility as needed. Complaints and grievances by school personnel or job applicants regarding discrimination or sexual harassment shall follow the procedures of District Rule 4001.2. Complaints and grievances by students or parents regarding discrimination or sexual harassment shall follow the procedures of District Rule 5010.2." Not Responsible for information found by linking beyond this page. E-mail addresses are for use by staff, parents, and students relating to school business only. Solicitation is prohibited.

Arabic  Chinese  Korean  Spanish  Urdu  Vietnamese  
Farsi
Twi
Site Map | Privacy Policy | View "printer-friendly" page | Login   
Site powered by SchoolFusion.com © 2015 - Educational website content management