At Jackson Academy’s eighth-grade Reality Fair students (from left) Drew Williams, Garrett Smith and Jon Burns created budgets based on the entry-level salary of a career they are interested in.
Madison Ridgeland Academy varsity cheerleaders for 2017-18 include (from left, back) Emma Wilson, Sara Carson Hailey, Madison McCrory, Grant Watts-mascot, Caroline Venable, Cali Chance, Campbell Owens; (middle row) Georgia Galatas, Alexandra Cullom, Libby Thomas, Claire Finch, Shelby McCraw, Anne Rivers Streeter, Caroline Cameron, Kelli Shufel
Jackson Prep Mock Trial Team competed at the Jackson Regional Competition recently at MC School of Law. The team will advance to the State Competition which will be held at Hinds County Courthouse March 2 & 3.
Germantown High School recently held its annual Night in the Spotlight. Beauty and Beau winners were announced by grade.
First Presbyterian Day School first-grader Cecilia Turnage (left) wrote a poem for the Eudora Welty House and Garden Clerihew Contest. She won first place in the holiday season category. Cecilia is shown with her teacher Leigh Humphries.
Jackson Academy students (from left) Aubrey Mapp, Addie Hahn, and Hallie Hillman recently gave hand-made cards and candy to varsity basketball players before a big game. The varsity girls team showed their little supporters their locker room and had a cheering contest with them.
St. Andrew’s Episcopal School’s varsity boys basketball team recently held their Senior Night, recognizing the seniors on the team and their parents. Shown are (from left) Mark, Wynn and Stephanie Garriga.
Jackson Prep recently held its 2017 Précis Pageant. Voted Most Athletic are (from left) Maddox Henry and Sarah Avery Huffman.
Madison Ridgeland Academy fourth-grade cheerleaders include (from left, back) Sophia Villani, Anna Gail Dillon, Selah Sandridge, Caroline Dixon, Anne Brinson Martin, McCaa Watters, Reese Roundtree, Margaret Ann Hollis, Kienzle Smith; (middle row) Shelby Olier, Taylor Ross Burns, Kelly Thomas, Presley Arnold, Katelyn Blackard, Abigail Basham, Ma
The 2018 Dixie National Rodeo Queens recently visited the First Presbyterian Day School preschool. Shown are (from left) Charlie Rich; Sabrina Turner, Miss Dixie National; Nella Hunter; Kelly Smith, Miss Mississippi Junior High Rodeo; Colt Hendrix; Knox Nicholas; Kaitlyn Holland, Junior Miss Dixie National; Frances May; Salem Hogan; Taylor McN