St. Andrew’s Episcopal School’s varsity volleyball team recently held Senior Night, recognizing the seniors on the team and their parents. Shown are (from left) Jamie, Lauren and Louis Watson.
First Presbyterian Day School earns money for special projects when families sign up for Kroger Rewards. Shown with the latest earnings are (from left) Purser Kellum and Hutch McClain.
The Jackson Academy boys cross country team (from left, back) Jack McIntire, Emery Thigpen, Clayton Mahaffey, James McLemore, Kyle LeDuff, Peyton DePriest, Trussell Jones, Mason Glaze, Tre Lewis; (front) Michael Lowe, Hudson Edwards, John Moak Scarbrough, Cannon Bosarge, Andrew Burks, Gibson Cheney, Cooper Flechas, Reed Travelstead, Jack Culhan
Madison Central High School 2017-2018 National Merit Semifinalists and Commended Scholars are (from left, back) National Merit Semifinalists David McDonald, Noah Grovich, Jackson Dellinger, Chanu Cherukuri, Luke Little, Advait Praveen, James Michels and Commended Scholar Case Draughn; (front) National Merit Semifinalists Rimika Banerjee, Maddie
Madison Ridgeland Academy 2017 senior homecoming maids and escorts include (from left, back) Peyton Mays, Levi Chinchen, Spencer Wright, Preston Ray; (middle row) Anna-Claire Campbell, Avery Harrell, Mary Seitz Young, Hastain Biggs; (front) Zach Jones, Olivia Rives, Harrison Rich, Hattie Hedglin, Aubree Dillon, and Blake Baldwin.
St. Andrew’s Episcopal School students are challenged every year to read 50 books the summer before starting first grade. Each year, on the first week of school, the students who successfully completed the challenge are awarded a certificate and a book of their own.
Alanis Johnson is the 2017-18 homecoming queen at Germantown High School.
Football buddies at Jackson Academy are students in first-grade who befriend a football player and accompany them into a pep rally. Lining up to make their entrance together are (from left, back) Webb Strickland, JT Carney, Walker Benner, Joshua Lucas; (front) Carson Lester, Triston Donovan, Josh Hubbard, and Laurence Asher.
Madison Central High School senior Logan Savell signed a letter of intent for baseball with the University of Mississippi. Shown are (from left) Chris, Logan and Tammy Savell.
Fifth-graders at First Presbyterian Day School presented the play “Acorns to Oaks” for family and friends.