Schools

Healthy Teens

Students representing Madison Central High School at the 2017 Healthy Teens for a Better Mississippi Rally  are (from left, back) Bradley Davis, Alex O’Reilly, Justin Storm, Will Stanard, Caleb Smith, Michael Zhang, Jared Gross; (second row) Katie King, Westbrooks Ross, Chanu Cherukuri, Maddie Heath, Asia Poe, Tara Amos; (front) counselor Jessi


Pajama day

First Presbyterian Day School preschoolers enjoyed a Christmas pajama day.  Shown are (from left, back) Charlie Jones, Jack Hughes, Hank Walker, Walt Mardis, Samuel Warf, Gray Nicols, Porter Banchero; (front) Finley Herring, Hallie Seale, Annalise Lavender, Carlisle Lavender and Macie Grey Bridges.



Dental hygiene

Covenant Presbyterian preschool enjoyed a visit from Dr. Pia Kirk to teach the children about good dental health. Shown are (from left) Crisler Wadsworth, Morgan Young, Dr. Kirk, Charlotte Sanders, and Reeve Payne.


Garage sale

The Jackson Prep Jr. Class Garage Sale will be Saturday, March 3, on the Jackson Prep campus from 5 to 11 a.m. Early bird shopping from 5 to 7 a.m. is offered for $5.  The garage sale is a junior class student-led event open to the community, with a portion of proceeds going to charity.



junior council

Serving the school and community on Jackson Academy’s junior student council are (from left, back Jarvon Gaines, Leah Richardson, Matthew Brown, Sara Wilson Fielder, Camille Couey, Webb Strickland; (front) Kaylan Sanders, Mary Parker Williams, Kate McDowell, and Anne Marie Lundy.


DramaFest

Theater students from Jackson Academy (from left, back) Thomas Nance, Don Waller, Latham Nance, Drake Warman, Thomas Iupe, Katherine Kelly, Lucy Clement, Francie LeDuff; (front) Meagan Gautier, Ariel Hayes, Sarah Fisher, Caitlyn Johnson, Ashlyn Adair, Reese Overstreet, Lizzy Magee, and Courtney Francois recently attended the Mississippi Theatre



Sophomore reps

Jackson Prep recently held its 2017 Précis Pageant. Voted Mr. and Miss Sophomore Class are (from left) Mary Noble Howard and Alex Stradinger.


Above and beyond

St. Andrew’s Episcopal School recently held the middle school builders of peer support assembly, which recognizes students whom each grade level team feels demonstrate leadership and support of their classmates above and beyond the call of duty to help improve the life of the Middle School.



Champions

Jackson Academy students (from left) Bo Barbour, Bailey Berry, and Clayton Mahaffey competed in the school’s National Geographic geography bee. Mahaffey took third place, Barbour second, and Berry claimed first-place to become the school champion.


Bike Club

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.


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