St. Andrew’s Episcopal School recently held Lower School Spirit Night during a home football game against Raleigh. Shown are (from left) Molly Flynn, Maggie Meeks, and Ryan Ward.
The two-year-olds at Wee Care made monkey hats for Safari Week. Shown are (from left) Jensen Keith, Noah Corley, and Londyn Moore.
Colleen Roberts, Jackson Academy Head Tennis Coach was recognized by the United States Tennis Association’s Mississippi league Coach of the Year.
The Crusader Club is the parent/ teacher organization of First Presbyterian Day School. The 2017-2018 officers are (from left, back) Christy Marion, Courtney Hewitt, Sara Whelan Morgan, Caroline Mason, Melissa Hederman, Alli Sherman; (front) Charles Marion, Thomas Hewitt, Doug Morgan, Brad Mason, Arnie Hederman, Anthony Sherman.
Students listed to the honor roll at Jackson Academy for the first quarter include:
First Presbyterian Day School families and the Crusader Club raised more than $4,500 for The Campbell Bulldog Fund to support childhood cancer research at Batson Children’s Hospital.
St. Andrew’s Episcopal School recently held Lower School Spirit Night during a home football game against Raleigh. Shown with mascot Andy are (from left) Luke Moore and Ella Hart.
Building on a history dating back to 1980, the Duke University Talent Identification Program (Duke TIP) is committed to identifying academically talented students and to providing model programs and services to support the development of their optimal educational potential.
Jackson Academy students (back) Morgan Turner; (from left, front) Addie Elliott, Lillian Griner, and Emma Robertson will be book buddies throughout the year as the sixth-graders help the first graders develop socially and educationally.
Jackson Prep junior high football awards winners include (from left) J.K. Nowell – Best Defensive Line; Josh Oden – Best Offensive Lineman; Riley Maddox – Most Valuable Player; Mason Nichols – Best Wide Receiver; Clark Kellum – Best Defensive Back.