The mission of Madison Academic Magnet High School is to provide students access to a rigorous post-secondary preparatory program in a nurturing and supportive environment that inspires intellectual curiosity and appreciates cultural and ethnic diversity. Madison Academic Magnet High School is a learning community that fosters intellectual growth and habits of commitment, reflection, wellness and wonderment, developing citizens who make a living, a life, and a difference.
2014 National Blue Ribbon School
U.S. News Bronze medal school
All honors level, AP, and dual enrollment courses
State Reward and/or Progress school for the last 5 years
Many highly successful extra-curricular programs (Forensics, Academic Decathlon, Band, Theatre, Chorus, Jazz Band, Sports, Coding)
Average ACT of 24.4
News & Announcements
EOC Testing Fall 2017
Wednesday, November 29th - English II and III Subpart I
Thursday, November 30th - English I and US History Subpart I
Wednesday, December 6th - English Subparts 2 and 3
Thursday, December 7th - English Subpart 4
Friday, December 8th - Algebra I, Algebra II, Geometry Subparts 1 & 2
Tuesday, December 12th - Algebra I, AglebraII, Geometry - Subpart 3
Wednesday, December 13th - US History Subparts 2 & 3
Dory Scott awarded Bethel University Hendrix Scholarship
Bethel University's Hendrix Scholarship offers full tuition and room and board for four years. One winner is chosen each year, with a runner up being awarded full tuition. Established in 1988 by Mr. Willard R. Hendrix of Nashville, Tenn., this prestigious scholarship competition is now in its 29th year. Outstanding traditional undergraduate students apply and must be invited to compete for the two-day intensive competition that includes both academic testing and rigorous interview rounds.
Madison's Wells Johnstone named finalist for Wendy's High School Heisman
Madison Academic Named Top Performer Statewide
National Merit Scholarship - Semifinalist- Wells Johnstone; Commended Students - Amelia Lancaster and Jacob Gowan
New to Jackson?
Welcome to Jackson, Tennessee! Home of Blue Suede Shoes, Rockabilly and great barbecue! Also, Jackson is home to the Jackson-Madison County School System. In 2016, our Jackson-Madison County Schools are home to over 13,000 students that speak over 17 languages from very diverse backgrounds. Our district is home to nine elementary schools, three K-8 schools, four middle schools, three traditional high schools, one magnet high school and one early college high school.
Additionally, our district is also home to one Pre-K Center for the youngest citizens ages 2-4. Spend time visiting our school websites to see the unique educational offerings each school provides to the students of the Jackson-Madison County area.