Welcome to 2017-18! I am looking forward to the upcoming school year as it promises to continue with our fine tradition of preparing students for the future, while offering new opportunities such as the addition of Mandarin to our World Language options. All will be supported by a curriculum that includes 14 Advanced Placement courses, sciences that provide for involvement with Vex Robotics and Bridge Building competitions, an experiential based CTE Department, and course offerings placing emphasis on literacy and math competency.
Hello Viking Families!! Welcome to the 2017-2018 school year at Jackson High School!! I am Rob Bobeda one of the assistant principals. We are glad you are here! Jackson High School offers its students a glimpse into the global society as we have students from a variety of different cultures interacting inside and outside of our school. We offer students a wide range of opportunities to showcase their academic excellence in the classroom, from different A.P. Courses, courses in Marketing and Careers, Advanced Science Exploration courses, and a variety of World Language Courses including Mandarin Chinese this year.
Hello. I am Monica Pierce, the associate principal and principal for the Class of 2019. I would like to welcome you to the 2017-18 school year at Jackson High School. During the 2017-18 year we will strive for 100 percent of students to work toward attaining senior status and SAT proficiency. The Class of 2019 won the Day in the Park for the second year in a row and look forward to greater student involvement among all grades to continue the friendly competition
Hello and welcome to the 2017-2018 school year! My name is Anthony Coffie and I am the 9th Grade Assistant Principal. The staff and student body at Jackson High School value and promote a unique culture of diversity like no other in the county. Our varied AP courses, extra curricula opportunities, sports programs and social clubs cannot be rivaled. We believe that all children should be provided proper structures, systems and experiences to succeed in school and life.
As part of an $86.7 million bond proposal, Jackson's Frost and Cascades elementary schools would be demolished and a new elementary school built in their place.