• Voting Press Conference

    The students of James Madison Academic Campus hosted a press conference on Tuesday, May 19th as community leaders came to support a bill sponsored by State Representative Mandela Barnes that would … [Continue Reading]

    Voting Press Conference
  • Lady Knight Meyer – May 2015

      I feel there is a very quiet unsung hero at JMAC. She is the “go to” person if anyone ever needs help or a favor. She is very knowledgeable when using a computer or if you have questions … [Continue Reading]

    Lady Knight Meyer – May 2015
  • City Year’s #soJMAC Quotes

    Many of our students were recently interviewed by City Year. Here are just some of the things students had to say.   Reginald D. What is your favorite thing about going to school … [Continue Reading]

    City Year’s #soJMAC Quotes
  • Building Advantage Career Fair 2015

    38 JMAC students attended the Building Advantage Career Fair at the Waukesha Expo Center on Tuesday, April 21st.  As you can see from the pictures, our students had plenty of hands on opportunities to … [Continue Reading]

    Building Advantage Career Fair 2015
  • Congrats Girls’ Meet MVP

    WTFA State Indoor Track and Field Championship Girls' Meet MVP. Long jump: 17' 8.75" (2nd place). Triple jump: 36' 8.5" (2nd place). Congratulations Jade, we're proud of you! … [Continue Reading]

    Congrats Girls’ Meet MVP

Madison Knights are ‘Respectful – Responsible – Safe’

James Madison Academic Campus (JMAC) is a comprehensive high school on Milwaukee’s northwest side. Our mission is to prepare students for post-secondary education and/or skilled employment that allows students to be competitive in the 21st century.

We offer a challenging curriculum of rigorous classes including AP and Honors classes. We are also a National Academy Foundation (N.A.F.) School. We offer two academics: Academy of Health Sciences and Academy of Finance. Our alternative programs include credit recovery classes and a successful GED-O2 course.


In addition to classroom learning, students may participate in athletics and a variety of clubs. Our student council governs many school social events. Student leaders work within the school and the greater community to create a positive culture.

We encourage students to show strong character, develop leadership skills and be positive role models so that our graduates enhance our future.

Have a Knights day!