Thank you for visiting our website, and welcome to Bryan High School! I am very excited to lead and serve as the newly appointed principal at Bryan High School. Education changed the trajectory of my life and I am passionate about transforming our students’ lives through education.

All great schools start with a clear vision of a better tomorrow. This year we will create a shared vision to move our school forward into the future. To begin shaping our shared vision of academic success for all students at Bryan High School, I want to know your aspirations for our school and the type of school you would like to see in the next three to five years.

As we work to shape a shared vision of Bryan High School this year, we will maintain a focus on raising student achievement through effective teaching and learning while aiming to graduate more students annually who are college, career, and civic ready. Great things happen when we keep our students the primary focus of our work and when we work as partners.

Please feel free to stop in or call to make an appointment to discuss your aspirations, suggestions, or ideas to help make this year the best it can be as well as create a vision for the future! Go Bears!


Dr. Rony Ortega
Principal, Bryan High School

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Should we have a need to evacuate the school and move students to another temporary location, we want you to know in advance that we have made arrangements to do so at Bryan Middle School, 8210 S. 42nd St. or if that building is unavailable, we will move students to Daniel J. Gross High School, 7700 S. 43 St. Please read the attached letter for more information.

Sport/School Physicals are available now at Bryan High School Based Health Center. All Physicals are to be completed prior to starting sport practices. Forms are available in the Bryan High Athletic office. Call Bryan High School Based Health Center for an appointment: 402-991-3904. Sport/School Physical Forms can also be downloaded from the Omaha Public Schools website.
Under Legislative Bill 800, all school districts in Nebraska are required to report to the County Attorney all students who are absent for more than twenty days per year or the hourly equivalent.  Please provide information regarding your student’s absences so explanations for absence can be forwarded to the County Attorney.  The County Attorney will make a determination if there has been a violation of the mandatory attendance law on a case by case basis. 
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