Welcome to Jackson High School as we celebrate the start of 2018-19. My name is Barbara Baird-Pauli, and I proudly serve as the Principal for Instruction for Jackson High School. We are a high school that values the learning process, and believes that all students contribute to a positive high school experience.
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 Mr. Anthony Coffie Assistant Principal at Jackson High School! I am pleased to welcome you to the 2018-2019 school year. Jackson High offers a diverse educational experience like no other in Jackson County. As a member of the Jackson High School community, you will be challenged to reach your highest potential as a student and person. Peers, staff and faculty will aid you towards reaching your success and developing your path for career or college readiness. During the school year, you will experience learning opportunities in class that will be a culmination of real life as well as academic experiences.
The Jackson School Board has picked its officers for the coming year.
Jackson Public Schools is switching the leaders of Dibble and Frost elementary schools
Thanks to one Michigan woman's invention and some help from Consumers Energy, elementary school students across Jackson County won't know that torture anymore.
A smaller enrollment decline than expected and an increase in state funding for at-risk students helped erase about a $1 million deficit from Jackson Public Schools' 2017-18 budget.
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.