2016-2017 News

  • 30+ Club for ACT Scores

    The Jackson-Madison County School System has 34 high school students who have earned a score of 30 or more on their ACT as of April 28, 2017. We applaud these students for their outstanding achievements and we are excited to send our seniors on to great accomplishments at the next level!

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  • SCORE Announces 2017-18 Tennessee Educator Fellowship

    The State Collaborative on Reforming Education (SCORE) has announced that 50 educators have been chosen for the 2017-18 class of the Tennessee Educator Fellowship, including two from JMCSS.

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  • JMCSS Students Participate in SCOPE Conference

    Jackson-Madison County High School Students recently attended the SCOPE (Student Congress on Policies in Education) Conference with approximately 350 of their high school peers from across the state of Tennessee.

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  • Coding Students take San Francisco

    Jackson-Madison County students participating in high school coding classes were invited to attend the “Awardaganza” at the CO on April 21, 2017. This is the fourth year for this program in Jackson-Madison County Schools. The program began as a pilot program with just a handful of students and began as a Coding Club. The program has evolved into an elective class study for JMCSS high schoolers. In just four short years, the program has grown to include 700 students in 22 schools!

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