St. Andrew’s Episcopal School upper school students in the Bike Club are (from left, back) Rush Lacoste, Audrey Funkhouser, John Ray, Warner Speed, Brooks Lacoste, Trey Gray, John Sistrunk, Ian Espy, Forrest Hutchison, Miles Baker; (front) faculty sponsors Grace Self and Przemek Tokarski.
Jackson Academy seniors (from left) Trent Tyre, John Raines Jr., and Sam Ciaccio committed to play collegiate sports at a signing ceremony recently held in the school’s learning commons.
Prep students inducted into the National Honors Society include (from left, back) Ashton William Heath, Alex Stradinger, Alex Payne, Parker Wilkerson, William Bronzi, J.C.
Anne Clements (seated) donated a buddy bench for the playground at Madison Ridgeland Academy where her three grandchildren (from left, standing) Beau and Mary Bratton Guest, and Nasson Rodriguez go to school.
Jackson Prep boys varsity basketball team members include (from left, back) Bennett Johnston, Sam Buchanan, Colt Blough, Andrew Beard, Pete Zouboukos, Brooks Martin, John Ahanotu, Steven Wyatt, Thomas Thornton, Cam Carroll, Brady Polk; (front) Devin Brown, Jacob Perkins, Hayden Perkins, Reece Davis, Cooper Carroll, Morgan Williams, Russell Weat
Madison Ridgeland Academy boys basketball team includes members (from left, back) D.H.
Jackson Academy students (from left, back) Ashlyn Adair, Katherine Hudson, Kellan Clower, Mary Lindley Tharp; (front) Gabi Jones, and Frances Anne Fortner earned recognition in the Scholastic Art awards for superior talent and achievement in artistic expression.
First Presbyterian Day School recognized the grandparents with the most grandchildren at the school during the fourth and fifth-grade Grandparents’ Day Program. Shown are (from left, back) Diane Hogan, Reed Hogan; (front) Millie Hogan, Woods Roberson, and Dendy Hogan.
First Presbyterian Day School fifth-graders celebrated National Kite Flying Day by constructing kites out of household materials. Shown are (from left) Piper McCalop, Jake Bailey, Causey Jones and Noble Wilkinson.
Jackson Prep recently presented football varsity awards. Receiving the Most Valuable Players are (from left) Chance Lovertich, MVP Offense; Jerrion Ealy, Buddy Crosby MVP Award; and Cooper Carroll, MVP Defense.