• How Do You Put a Price on Memories?

    How much history do you know about your high school? If you were asked, would you be able to say why you are a Knight, why you wear green and white every Friday, or when your school won their very … [Continue Reading]

    How Do You Put a Price on Memories?
  • Lady Knight Baxter – November 2015

    Our November Knight (Dame) may be in her “middle ages”, but she has the youthfulness and enthusiasm of a young squire. Every day she is here assisting any and all staff members, as they prepare for … [Continue Reading]

    Lady Knight Baxter – November 2015
  • Women’s Leadership Council

    United Way’s Women's Leadership Council mobilizes a powerful network of women who strengthen our community through an investment of talent, compassion and philanthropy. This program is designed to … [Continue Reading]

    Women’s Leadership Council
  • Family Interest Survey

    Families play a vital role in the education of their children. MPS works with parents and families to ensure they have the tools needed to be equal partners in supporting student achievement and … [Continue Reading]

    Family Interest Survey
  • Jade’s Signing Day

    We celebrated our latest athletic superstar, Jade Nolan, signing off to attend a division one college at Bowling Green State University. Here were Jade's accomplishments: School Record: Long … [Continue Reading]

    Jade’s Signing Day

Madison Knights are ‘Respectful – Responsible – Safe’

James Madison Academic Campus (JMAC): We nurture, educate and prepare future leaders!

JMAC is a comprehensive high school on Milwaukee’s northwest side. Our vision is through rigorous instructional foundations and nurturing, all students at James Madison Academic Campus will become proficient learners, prepared to succeed in post-secondary education or careers, and to become productive citizens.

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!