• Second Annual JMAC “For Ladies Only Listening Session”

    On Wednesday, December 17, 2014, the auditorium filled with anticipation as the young ladies who attended our annual session rushed to their seats to be empowered, and receive an impartation that would be life changing! Here at JMAC, this annual event is one of many support tools that foster the education, and progression of the… [Continue Reading]

    Second Annual JMAC “For Ladies Only Listening Session”
  • Knight Martin – February 2015

    For bravely battling the Infinite Dragon on Infinite Campus. For bravely saving damsels and gentlemen in cardiac distress from disappearing grades that had nothing but “umbrellas” of standard grading to protect them. For perseverance during the most difficult of trials when the most fearful and terrifying words were uttered in the utmost fear. “The system is down, the system is down. Infinite Campus… [Continue Reading]

    Knight Martin – February 2015
  • Cold? Here comes Mr. Howell

    Assistant Principal, Steven Howell, distributing hats he acquired to students to keep them warm during this cold spell.

    Cold? Here comes Mr. Howell
  • Basketball Insights from UWM

    Doug Lewis, UWM Men’s Basketball Assistant Coach, came to talk to the JMAC Boys Basketball team.

    Basketball Insights from UWM

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.