Myrick Thompson enjoyed petting the bunny when the petting zoo came to Wee Care.
Aubree Dillon was named Madison Ridgeland Academy’s 2017 Homecoming Queen.
Competing on the Jackson Academy Speech and Debate Team are (from left, back) Graham Laseter, Coach Evan McCarley, Paul Bautista; (front) Rett Stanley, Isabel Lehman, Maysa Vivians, and Connor Bailey. Not pictured: De’ja Bradford.
Jackson Prep junior high football awards winners include (from left) Seth Cook – Captain and Impact Players; Matt Jones – Most Valuable Player and Captain; Braedon Mabry – Most Valuable Defensive Player and Captain; Drew Laird – Patriot Award; John Henry Andress – Patriot Award.
The Mustard Seed donated uniforms to The Redeemer School in Jackson thanks to a partnership with Agape North. When Mustard Seed patrons purchase t-shirts designed by the Seedsters, for every 2-3 shirts purchased, they are able to give back one uniform shirt.
Jackson Prep junior high football awards winners include (from left) Seth Cook – Captain and Impact Players; Matt Jones – Most Valuable Player and Captain; Braedon Mabry – Most Valuable Defensive Player and Captain; Riley Maddox – Most Valuable Offensive Player and Captain.
St. Andrew’s Episcopal School recently held a panel between alums and faculty in which seven members from the Class of 2016 discussed how St. Andrew’s helped prepare them for college.
St. Andrew’s Episcopal School’s upper school theater department presents the play “The Curious Savage” by John Patrick. Starring in the play are (from left, back) Jay Warnock, Hunter Newell, Betsy Seage, Stephen Cook, Turner Martin, Iain Brumley; (front) Gracie LaRue, Lauren Tanaka, Darby Farr, Julienne Sones, and Ellie Caraway.
Editorial staff for the Sentry, Jackson Prep ‘s student newspaper, are (from left, standing) social media editor Emory Maxwell; sports editor Steven Wyatt; entertainment editors Tanner McCraney and Tori Newsome; opinion editors Maclain Kennedy and Caroline McIntyre; records managers William Fletcher and Anna Stack; and online editor Preston Dub
The students at New Summit School held a collection booth for food, baby items, dog food and cat food taken to Salvation Army for hurricane relief victims of Hurricanes Harvey and Irma. Shown are (from left) Kaitlin Fortenberry, Colton Mulligan, Mark Hunter, Dylan Conn, Sam Cranston, Mr.