Magic City Campus School Revenue and Competitors

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Minot, ND USA

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Estimated Revenue & Valuation

  • Magic City Campus School's estimated annual revenue is currently $125.5k per year.(i)
  • Magic City Campus School's estimated revenue per employee is $125,500

Employee Data

  • Magic City Campus School has 1 Employees.(i)
Competitor NameRevenueNumber of EmployeesEmployee GrowthTotal FundingValuation
#1
$8.2M41N/AN/AN/A
#2
$0.1M1N/AN/AN/A
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$1.7M11N/AN/AN/A
#4
$67.1M243-5%N/AN/A
#5
$57.7M209N/AN/AN/A

The Minot Public School District is carefully monitoring the welfare of our schools. At this time, the following schools have been inundated with water: Ramstad Middle School, Lincoln Elementary, Longfellow Elementary, Adult Learning Center, Central Campus Plus, and Headstart. Perkett and Sunnyside are having minimal water pumped out of the basement as they remain behind their primary dikes. McKinley and Roosevelt are still protected behind the secondary dike in the northeast part of town. Please be assured that as the flood waters recede, the schools will be assessed for any damages and a plan devised for the start of school in August. Thank you to all the state and community organizations for their assistance and support during these challenging times! We have thirteen elementary schools, three middle schools, and a high school on three campuses. Three of our schools (two elementary and one middle school) are located on the Minot Air Force Base, fifteen miles north of the "Magic City". We operate ten elementary schools (K-5) within the city: Bel Air, Edison, Lewis and Clark, Lincoln, Longfellow, McKinley, Perkett, Roosevelt, Sunnyside, and Washington. There are also two elementary schools (K-6) on the Minot Air Force Base: Dakota and North Plains. Bell School, located five miles east of Minot, was added to the district in 2008. There are three middle schools in our system. The two in Minot are grades 6-8: Jim Hill in the south and Erik Ramstad in the north; the third, Memorial Middle School (grades 7-8), is located on the Minot AFB. We have one high school, Minot High School, divided between two campuses. A few blocks east of downtown Minot is Central Campus (grades 9-10), which occupies the original high school building. On the southwest side of the city is Magic City Campus (grades 11-12), just west of Jim Hill Middle School. MPS also operates an Adult Learning Center and Central Campus PLUS and Souris River Campus, both are alternative high school buildings.

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Magic City Campus School News

2022-04-17 - School board narrows down list of names for new high school

Cognizant gifted the property to the school district for the new high school. Magic City Campus, currently an 11-12 campus,...

2022-04-06 - ‘Disgusting’: Children called slurs, security increased following political ad attacking Birmingham area school

Michael Wilson, the founding principal of Magic City Acceptance Academy, said he was shocked when he saw the ad, which uses images from a school...

2022-04-06 - Alabama schools says Republican candidate for governor put ...

An LGBTQ-affirming charter school in Alabama increased campus ... who in the video makes reference to Magic City Acceptance Academy,...

Company NameRevenueNumber of EmployeesEmployee GrowthTotal Funding
#1
$0.2M350%N/A
#2
$0.6M7N/AN/A
#3
$2.4M1678%N/A
#4
$5.9M300%N/A
#5
$4M3239%N/A