Beveridge Magnet Middle School

Virtual Open House and Magnet Night!

Beveridge Magnet Middle School: Home of Global Studies and the Arts

The magnet focus at Beveridge - Global Studies and the Arts - provides students with a student-centered learning environment that enhances each student's talents to ensure their success.

The mission at Beveridge is to provide an educational environment that fosters student achievement in academic skills and growth in social and emotional maturity. Staff, students and parents will be committed to enhancing each student’s talents to deal with a changing self and a changing world.

Beveridge Virtual Open House and Magnet Night

Thursday, Jan. 21st, 6-7:30pm

This is an online event.

This event will take place on Microsoft Teams. Click the link below to access our team and type in the provided code to join. It would be easiest for you to join the team from your student's IPAD.

RSVPs are enabled for this event.

Introduction to Our Beveridge Principal: Mrs. Tiffany Molina

Agenda for the Evening

6:00 - 6:10 - Welcome Address from Principal & Virtual Tour

6:15 - 6:25 - Breakout Session #1

6:30 - 6:40 - Breakout Session #2

6:45 - 6:55 - Breakout Session #3

7:00 - 7:15 - Breakout session #4

7:15 - 7:30 - Town Hall Question and Answer Session

7:30 PM - End of Event

Breakout Sessions Available:

Global Studies

Dual Language

Dual Language Showcase


Instrumental Music


Special Education


Gifted and Talented Education (GATE)

6th Grade

How to Join Us For Open House

Below is a video that details how to join our virtual open house night! We recommend that you join from your students' OPS provided IPAD and their teams account. If your student is not currently in OPS or you need to join from another email account, please email for her to add your email to the team!

Watch the video above to learn how to join our team! Use the code below to determine how to join!

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Click Here to Meet Our 6th Grade Teachers!

This link will lead you to a Flipgrid, and you will notice there are different videos for each 6th grade teacher! Please peruse the videos at your convenience to learn more about your student's future teachers!

Watch Below to See Our Magnet in Action!

Beveridge Virtual Open House Trailer

Magnet Themes

  • Beveridge students will acquire knowledge and skills in the visual or performing arts.
  • Beveridge students will investigate culture, people, and events in a global community.
  • Teachers utilize a differentiated approach to teaching and learning that connects the global and arts themes across the curriculum.
  • Beveridge students will use the study of international languages and cultures as a foundation to develop a respect for world cultures.

"Majors" at Beveridge

At Beveridge, 6th grade students are given the opportunity to explore all our magnet aspects below in the form of quarter classes. The goal is for them to decide what aspects of the magnet spark their interest most. When they are in 7th and 8th grade, they are able to choose a "major," much like you would in a college course. They will be scheduled classes that fit into their chosen major, so they can further explore their interests and develop their talents in that area.

Magnet Program Highlights


Beveridge's top-notch music groups provide opportunities for students to develop talents both at the individual and group levels. We offer classes in piano, strings, instrumental music of a variety of types, and vocal music. Music instruction at Beveridge is rigorous and comprehensive. Whether students pursue vocal or instrumental music, they will receive outstanding and personalized instruction in technique, theory, and performance. Both band and choral groups participate in study trips, performing in the community and at competitions for a broad variety of audiences. Music ensembles at Beveridge also receive excellent ratings from yearly adjudicated performances.

International Studies

Beveridge offers students a contemporary and historical understanding of cultures, languages, and systems of government and the complex relationships between them that shape the world we live in. A partnership with the University of Nebraska at Omaha's International Studies program provides opportunities for students to participate in service learning projects that focus on global responsibility for the future and patterns of consumption. Additionally, students explore life and career choices and overall value systems that will help them to be successful in a global society.


Students study the history, forms, genres, styles, and media in art. From sculpting to glass fusion, students perfect their skills and use their creativity while contributing to community projects across the metro area. Students' work is judged on technique and is often displayed in venues such as the Joslyn Art Museum, Bancroft Gallery, and the Nebraska State Capital. Students also collaborate with local artists at the Hot Shops Art Center and travel to Kansas City to visit and explore its galleries and museums.


Students who aspire to make theatre a lifelong ambition, receive training in theatrical techniques including expression of the body, voice, imagination, personalizing, improvisation, external stimuli, and script analysis. Students also perform, write, and direct plays as well as learn the "behind the scenes" work of lighting, sound, costuming, and makeup. Beveridge presents three major drama productions each year. Some of the all time favorites performed in the past include "The Lion King," Bridge to Terabithia," and "Grease."

Dual Language

This unique learning experience is primarily open to students who enroll in the dual language (DL) program at the elementary level. However, other students who demonstrate fluent oral Spanish skills may join later, if space is available. DL students take a number of classes in Spanish. Subjects will vary by grade level but may include DL Math, DL Science, DL Language Arts, and DL Music Showcase. All dual language students take language arts in both Spanish and English, which supports mastery of reading, writing, and speaking in both languages. The goals of DL are that students attain high academic achievement, bilingualism, bi-literacy, and enhanced sociocultural competencies.

Clubs, Activities, and Sports at Beveridge

Clubs, Activities, and Sports

Virtual Tour of Beveridge

Beveridge Virtual Tour

Who Can Attend Beveridge?

Under the Omaha Public Schools Partner Plan, choice to the neighborhood (Home Attendance School) and Dual Language Pathway is guaranteed. Placement in a non-neighborhood school is dependent upon classroom space availability. The Partner Plan considers the student's residence and distance to determine transportation eligibility. Students that reside in Partner Zone 3 and 4 have a greater opportunity for district provided transportation. Students are eligible for transportation if they attend one of their partner zone schools and live more than 1.5 miles from the school. For more information, please call 531-299-0302.
Click Here for Eligibility and Transportation Info

This link will allow you to put in your address to see what schools you are eligible to attend in OPS with transportation.