Bryan High School is a diverse high school located in Bellevue, Nebraska that is part of the Omaha Public Schools. The school serves students in grades 9-12. Bryan High School serves over 1,800 students that represent a variety of ethnic, cultural and economic backgrounds.
Bryan High School, in partnership with students, families and the community, provides a student-centered learning environment that cultivates character, embraces diversity, fosters academic excellence and prepares students for post secondary opportunities and career readiness. Bryan High School has built its curriculum around sixteen career clusters. Each cluster is intended to provide students with the knowledge, skills and attitudes necessary to complete high school to begin work on a post-secondary degree or to enter the world of work.
Bryan High School operates on a block schedule model. Students have only four classes per day and now earn in eighteen weeks the same amount of credit that would have taken a year under the traditional approach.
Along with the many course offerings, Bryan High School has two academies: Urban Agriculture, Food and Natural Sciences Career Academy and Transportation, Distribution Logistics Academy.
Omaha Bryan High School was named after Nebraska politician William Jennings Bryan. Bryan High opened in 1971 however, the history began during the 1964-1965 school year when students first began taking classes at what is now Bryan Middle School. Bryan Middle was originally designed as a junior-senior high with the first class graduating in 1968. Increasing enrollment led to the need for a separate high school, thus a new school was built and opened. Recent renovations continue to enhance the learning environment for students. Bryan High has a history of innovation and change. That tradition continues.
“Hail to the Varsity”
Hail to this team of ours. Cheer them along the way (B H S)
Onward to victory, may we win our game today (GO BIG GREEN)
Cheer for the Bryan Bears, long may they reign supreme
SHOUT!! Till the echoes ring, for the glory of our team!
Bryan High School has the largest Future Farmers of America (FFA) Chapter in the state of Nebraska. Transportation, Distribution and Logistics students partner with the Food Bank of the Heartland to package, and assist in distribution of food packages for smaller distributions centers across the state. In 2018, Bryan High School’s Urban Agriculture Academy was named a model academy by the National Career Academy Coalition. Transportation, Distribution and Logistics students have the opportunity to graduate with a 10-hour OSHA training certification and possible forklift certification. In 2019, generous private funding allowed Bryan High School to build a new distribution center and greenhouse on site.
Bryan High School’s logo incorporates the school name and the image of the mascot a bear arranged as you see here.
Athletics and Activities Logo
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This is a representative of academics at Bryan High School.