Jacksonville High

2017 Volleyball Tryouts

Are you looking to participate in Jacksonville High School athletics? This may be the team for you. Find out more at the players and parents meeting scheduled for Monday, April 17, 6pm in the school's cafeteria. 

We need you to be part of the Titan Nation!

Senior Prom Information

The Jacksonville High School senior prom is scheduled for Friday, April 21, 8-12pm at the Jacksonville Community Center locatd at Five Municipal Drive in Jacksonville.

The senior grand march will be held in the JHS gym at 5pm. The parking lot will be closed for entry until 4:30pm. 

JHS Students Selected for Governor's School

This summer, some of Arkansas’ most academically gifted and creative rising high school seniors will explore cutting-edge ideas and concepts in academics and the arts as part of the 2017 session of the Arkansas Governor’s School.

The 2017 session runs from June 11 - July 22 on the Hendrix College campus in Conway.

In congratulating the students, Superintendent Tony Wood said, “Governor’s School challenges our brightest and most creative students to develop their academic and creative skills in new ways. The experience of Governor’s School helps these young scholars see new opportunities that can shape their lives after high school.”

 

L - R  Back Row

Gabrielle Bodenstein, Kayley Shettles, Timothy Brockinton, Brendon Crow, Jason Gregory

L - R  Front Row

Tram Nguyen, Jade McPherson, Elizabeth Meneses

School Board to Meet April 3

The Jacksonville North Pulaski School District Board of Education will conduct its regular monthly meeting Monday, April 3, 2017, 6pm at Jacksonville City Hall located at 1 Municipal Drive in Jacksonville.
The agenda for the meeting can be viewed here.

JHS Students Finding a Solution

Dr. Chris Johnson and Tiffany Shettles-Tull took a team of Jacksonville High students to Junior Achievement Start Up Day at the University of Central Arkansas today. The team included ninth graders: Salim Al-Tamimi, Jimmy Freeman, Tyler Richardson, Keith Skrdlandt, Macaela Smith, and Blair Wood-Jones.

Students were tasked with presenting a problem in today's education and then pitch a solution for the problem along with research, etc.  The students worked closely with community mentors to formulate ideas for solutions.