Broadway tunes

The Madison Middle School choral department, comprised of more than 250 students, recently presented Broadway 39110, a review of popular Broadway songs.  The show opened with all of the students welcoming the audience with “Be Our Guest” from Beauty and the Beast.  Shown are (from left) Benton Donahue, Jack Sims, Caroline Kiser, Christian Howel

Cross country

St. Andrew’s Episcopal School’s boys cross country team held its end-of-year banquet to celebrate their state championship season and recognize runners for outstanding individual contributions to the team.

Grinch party

At the alpha and omega Christmas party Jackson Academy students (from left) Cameron Welch and MJ Funchess shared chocolate milk and cookies before watching “How the Grinch Stole Christmas.” The alpha and omega program matches a senior upper school student and a kindergartener for shared activities throughout the school year.

Boys soccer

St. Andrew’s Episcopal School seniors on the boys varsity soccer team are (from left, back) Warner Speed, manager, Banks Tolley, Emmanuel Opata, Jack Ditto, Will Buffington; (front) John Spencer Jones, Evan Bowman, and Wade Montjoy.

Grinch day

Dressed and ready for grinch day at Jackson Academy are first-grade students (from left) Daulton Lynskey, Tommy Litton, Betsy Beard, Pettey Sandifer, and Hayden Warren.

Leaf people

Second-graders at First Presbyterian Day School created “leaf people.” Shown are (from left) Mary Ainsley Zischke and Elizabeth Mann.

All district defense

Jackson Prep recently presented football varsity awards. Receiving the MAIS 2017 All District Defense award are team members (from left, back) Nevin Wells, Spivey Gault, William Cotten, Christopher Russell, Andrew Beard; (front) Cooper Carroll, Reed Peets, Wilson Mink, Adam Norsworthy, and Maddox Henry.

Alpha and Omega

At Jackson Academy’s recent Alpha and Omega event students (from left, back) Mamie Fortenberry, Amelia Chandler; (front) Sara Brooks Adams and Hadley Brennan joined in a turkey trot after working together to create Thanksgiving Day cards for families who will receive sacks filled through the JA canned food drive.


Madison Central High School showchoir, Reveille, has their Reveal Show January 25 at 6:30 p.m.

Rewards project

First Presbyterian Day School earns money for special projects when families sign up for Kroger Rewards.  Shown with the latest earnings are (from left) Sophia Barnett and Abbott Adams.


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First Presbyterian Day School sixth-graders (from left) Causey Jones and Casen Macke were chosen Best Manners by their classmates.