May 19, 2011 RSS feed / Education

JMS graduates 166 in D.A.R.E program

Jackson Middle School conducted their annual DARE graduation on Thursday, May 5. This year’s class was the largest thus far to graduate from the program. More...

Jackson High School seniors receive $1,176,891 in scholarships

The Jackson High School seniors in the Class of 2011 have received scholarships totaling $1,176,891. The students, their scholarships and the amounts have been listed below. More...

Beech graduates with honors at AUM

Lauren Rachel Beech of Chatom graduated with honors on Saturday, May 14 from Auburn University at Montgomery Nursing School. Miss Beech received a four-year bachelor of science degree in nursing. She was on the Dean’s List and a class officer. More...

Saluting the top students of 2011

Sara Busby Valedictorian Congratulations to all our area valedictorians and salutatorians More...

JA HOBY representatives

Maggie Whitehead, left and Taylor Carpenter, right, were chosen to represent Jackson Academy as Hugh O’Brian Youth Leadership (HOBY) representatives. More...

JA Girls’ and Boys’ State

Recently named as Girls’ State representative from Jackson Academy is Jeannie Faith. Chosen as Boys’ State representatives were Sawyer Donald, left and Sam Scott, right. More...

Blood drive to support tornado victims

The Clarke County Emergency Management Agency and the American Red Cross are joining efforts to assist tornado victims today, Thursday, May 19, from 10 a.m. through 3 p.m. at the Grove Hill United Methodist Church. More...

JA students win at state tech fair

The AISA State Technology Fair was April 26 at Morgan Academy in Selma. More...

ASU visual and performing arts scholarships open

\Auditions and scholarship opportunities to qualifying students residing in Clarke, Washington, Marengo and Monroe counties will be conducted by the Alabama State University, College of Visual and Performing Arts at the Jackson Cultural Arts Center S More...

Readers are Leaders Parade

Photos by Evan Carden More...