Your support of the Omaha North High School Foundation directly impacts the students of North High. Join in our efforts to provide resources and scholarships for North High Magnet School by participating in our upcoming events.
Support the Omaha North High School Foundation during OMAHA GIVES on May 22, 2019.
We continue to be a part of this citywide giving campaign. It is a great event and we would love to see your support! From midnight to midnight on Wednesday, May 22nd, visit the Omaha Community Foundation site to make a difference for North High students.
Omaha North High School Annual Golf Outing
The North High Golf Outing is a friend-raiser and a fundraiser whose proceeds benefit North High athletics, clubs, and programs, as well as the Foundation.
Sunday, June 2, 2019 at Shoreline Golf Course
Check in starts at Noon | Tee Off at 1:00 p.m.
Single Golfer $75 | Team of 4 Golfers $300
Join us for this great opportunity to get together with alumni, faculty, former faculty and friends while supporting North High students and the Foundation.
2019 Vikings of Distinction Banquet
The 2019 Vikings of Distinction event is designed to honor deserving Omaha North High alumni who are outstanding examples of excellence both in their professions and communities. In conjunction with the event, the Vikings of Distinction Committee will award six $2,000 scholarships to North High seniors from this year’s graduating class. The Vikings of Distinction scholarships will be awarded at Senior Scholarship Night. Awards will be presented to Honorees at the Vikings of Distinction Banquet. Join the 2019 Honorees, faculty, alumni and former Honorees for a dinner to honor the accomplishments of these outstanding alumni!
This year's banquet will be held on Friday, May 17, 2019 at Anthony's Grand Ballroom and Banquet Hall, 7220 F St, Omaha, NE 68127.
Social begins at 6:30 pm with Dinner and Awards to follow at 7:00 pm. To reserve your seat, call Karen Robey at (402) 399-8533.
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 over $500,000 to these efforts.