Supporting Our Viking Traditions

Since 1992 our mission has been to provide scholarships to graduating seniors and improve educational opportunities for all students at North High School.

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Preparing Students for Lifelong Success 

The Omaha North High School Foundation works to improve educational opportunities for all students at North High School, providing scholarships for graduating seniors and expanded resources and funding for Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) curriculum. For the past two decades, the Foundation has contributed nearly $500,000 to support students and the teachers who light their way.

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Innovation + Tradition

Tradition brings the North High family together to celebrate the Vikings of Distinction. Since 1983, the annual program honors graduates, former faculty, and friends of North High who are accomplished in their careers and community involvement. These individuals inspire students to aim high as they complete their education at North and beyond. The unique Vikings of Distinction program not only honors the school's rich past, but also supports pathways to successful futures, providing $10,000 in annual scholarships to graduating seniors.

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Brenda J. Smith, Class of 1974

Deputy Chief of the Omaha Police Department, Law Enforcement Educator 

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Lance G. Morgan, Class of 1986

Founder of Ho-Chunk, Inc. to benefit the Winnebago Tribe of Nebraska

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George F. Haddix, Ph.D., Class of 1957

President C.S.G. Holdings and Systems, Inc. and Philanthropist

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Mike McGee, Class of 1977

Former NBA player, International Basketball Coach

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Penny Sackett, Class of 1974

Chief Scientist of Australia, Researcher, Educator & Astronomer

 

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Today, North High is a Magnet School with a special curriculum and expanded resources for students choosing to study Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics. For the past two decades, the Foundation has contributed funds and resources to support students who have chosen these pathways of learning, and the teachers who light their way. In total, the Foundation has contributed almost $500,000 to these efforts.

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