The Jesuit Middle School of Omaha is an all boys Catholic school serving young men in grades 4-8. JMSO opened in 1996 and has developed into a leader in inner-city Catholic education. It is part of the Nativity Miguel network of schools and is open to young men of all faiths and racial backgrounds. The Jesuit Middle School of Omaha provides young males, of all faiths, a quality educational opportunity and encourages them to claim ownership of their lives and develop themselves into responsible leaders. Our school is guided by Catholic principles and these basics of a Jesuit education: Gospel Values, Academic Excellence, Self-Discipline, Religious Diversity, and Men-for-Others. The Jesuit Middle School of Omaha prepares its graduates academically, socially, and spiritually for a lifetime of leadership and acceptance into a college preparatory curriculum. Our school commits to walking with and supporting our graduates through high school and into college.
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