Millard West High School
Omaha, NE | Douglas County
6121 S 190th Terrace, Omaha, NE 68135
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17418 Emiline Street, Omaha, NE 68136
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18823 P Street, Omaha, NE 68135
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7035 S 184th Street, Omaha, NE 68136
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June 22, 2014
I rented a house in the Millard West School district so my kids could attend the highest ranking school in Omaha. I am happy with my decision. Academics: Millard has academies such as the education academy, culinary academy, and the entrepreneurship academy. These academies count as college credit. In addition, there are a variety of AP classes that count towards college. There is also a variety of standard classes from art to theater to foreign language. Building: The campus is quite nice: newer building, swimming pool, tennis courts, gymnasiums, science labs, art gallery, etc. All are maintained. On the negative side there is a lot of parking but never enough. Security: Millard West feels safe and secure. A security guard desk manned by two or three people is just inside the front doors. Also, a police car is parked at the main entrance at times and a car patrols the parking lot. Communication: The school keeps parents informed through an internet site, emails, newsletters, and recorded phone calls. If you are looking for a school with high academics, this is the place for you. The greatest negative is the lack of diversity.Submitted by a parent
May 27, 2014
I am a grandmother of a Millard West student that graduated on Sunday. I just have one question: Where was the American Flag at the graduation service? You honored the Vets- but NO flag was in sight. WHY?
March 9, 2013
Go West! Go Drwal! Best school ever. Fun school and great academics. I'm so happy that i'm at this wonderful school.
February 1, 2012
Millard West is an outstanding school. I disagree with other posts about the whole names and athletics business. My daughter and I moved from out of state her freshman year, and she got into the girl's basketball program right away without knowing any of the coaches or staff. She worked hard and got the position on JV when most sophomores and juniors just make reserve. As far as money goes, the students at West are very affluent. I don't necessarily think that the kids are too concerned with money, but it does play a minor part on your social status, which is very unfortunat.Submitted by a parent
January 19, 2011
We think very highly of Millard West and the positive education our kids received there. They were encouraged and challenged with advanced courses and AP classes that gave them college credit. (I would skip the dual enrollment with UNO, and concentrate on the AP classes). Millard West has indeed won many championships the past several years: football, swimming, volleyball, track, to name a few. My kids were not the greatest athletes but they found many ways to be involved in a school of over 2,000.Submitted by a parent
December 8, 2010
You can forget about athletics in this school unless you are connected. Hard work and ability come second after who you know in the coaches eyes. Just look at the state championships won. Not many and not in every sport. You will go far if you have parents that are IN with the coaches. The administration has lost all credibility in dealing with the coaches.Submitted by a parent
April 20, 2010
I love Millard West. I have attended multiple high schools and this was my favorite. The teachers truly care about the students and have a passion for teaching. I was challenged to do better in my honors classes as well as my regular classes. MWHS has a great atmosphere. There are very few fights and the teachers and staff create a safe environment. This school has great athletics and fine arts. I feel that they try to recognize everyone at the school. Millard West has nice and up to date technology that many school in the area lack. The only thing that MWHS lacks is diversity, which can't be helped because of its location. I have truly enjoyed my time at Millard West.Submitted by a student
April 19, 2010
I agree with the political nature of athletics at Millard West. It's all about name, or how 'hot' your mom is, or how much daddy makes. Of course talent will get picked, but hard work and effort will be passed over every time unless of course; hot mom, rich dad, etc.Submitted by a parent
April 13, 2010
Millard West is one of the best schools in the state, on par with the private schools in Omaha and Millard North. The school offers plenty of AP classes and allows you to make the most out of your education. I was well prepared for my college curriculum, and the school offered plenty of clubs and sports. Some reviewers are complaining about a lack of diversity, but this can't be helped because of location. I agree that many students need the opportunity to interact with minority students, some students are culturally inept. Another negative aspect about the school is that sports are highly political, if you don't make a team freshman year than you can expect not to make one any other year. Some students were picked over other students by reputation alone, regardless of talent or intelligence.Submitted by a student
July 1, 2009
To all the comments regarding to Diveristy its not the schools fault any school on a 180th and Q is going to have a big diffrence in the majority and minority what can you expect its a school placed in the dead middle of a subburbSubmitted by a student
May 30, 2009
MW prepared me very well for college. They always told me that college courses would be rigorous and difficult (I graduated from Northwest Missouri State, but I felt much more prepared for general education classes than my peers from IA and MO schools. There are plenty of advanced placement classes as well. On the downside, the band program has become more and more political over the past few years and cultural diversity leaves room for improvement.
April 6, 2009
This school is absolutely amazing and i love sending my child there.Submitted by a parent
March 2, 2009
This school is absolutely honorable. They try to cram an entire year into one short semester. Students are very unhappy and stressed out all the time over this and usually result in poor grades. The faculty and student body only cares about money and a wealthy image, not about students happiness or education.
October 16, 2008
This is an awesome school that offers the best classes and extra curricular activities. Sports are some of the best and the choir program is outstanding!! AP classes are offered and most of the teachers are wonderful and will push your child. Very demanding curriculumSubmitted by a parent
September 26, 2008
If your kid is just average, he won't excell in this school. The average kid is overlooked and has little support when it is needed. The sports program is very competitive and political to almost announce certain families are thought of higher than others because of connections. Not a school for the basic kid looking for a good education.Submitted by a parent
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