On December 19th - 21th the JCHS Venturing Crew along with the Venturing Crew from Overton 
County went on the annual camping trip to Standing Stone. The students hiked several miles and 
competed in various competitions throughout the hike.



The Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) is required to get federal and state financial 

aid for college.  If you need help completing the FAFSA for your senior, we will be having FAFSA 

workshops in the library at JCHS from 3-6 p.m. on the following dates:

December 12, 2016    

January 5, 2017     

January 12, 2017                      


Students and their parents should bring (if available):

  • 2015 Federal Tax Return or other income documentation
  • Social Security numbers
  • Driver’s license 
  • 2015 W-2 Forms and other year-end records of money received
  • 2015 untaxed income records
  • Current information on checking and savings account balances; stock, bond, and other investments; and business and farm assets

If the dates or times above do not work for you, please call 268-2739 or email tammydodson@jacksoncoschools.com to make an appointment. 


The deadline for FAFSA submission for Tennessee Promise is January 17, 2017.  


Jackson County High School is streaming sporting events and live events at school. Our media club will begin airing JCTV on this link beginning in September. Click the logo to visit the site. 

Please follow the link below to take the survey provided. This survey helps our school to keep the aides that are needed in our classrooms. Thank you!


Click on the picture below to order your yearbook online.

Parents, are you looking for a way to tell your student how you feel? Click the link below and purchase an ad in the yearbook for your student. 
Attention all students, faculty, alumni, and community members.

Jackson County High School will be producing a newsletter that can be sent out to anyone interested. Please follow the following link to sign up and receive new information about JCHS.

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The mission of Jackson County High School is to provide a supportive environment allowing students to reach their highest individual academic, social, physical, and mental potential by surrounding them in a safe, orderly setting with caring individuals who help develop their abilities in a climate of mutual respect.



Jackson County High School's purpose is to provide a safe, supportive learning environment for students to pursue their academic, career, and personal goals. By providing a strong, relevant, fluid curriculum that emphasizes academic excellence, the school will facilitate the skills necessary for post-secondary education and career success. All programs at JCHS are designed to provide students opportunities to be successful, whether in academics, athletics, extracurricular activities, community service, or other areas. There is a clear focus on individual student needs as well as the overall well-being of the student body at JCHS.


Expectations for Student Performance:

1. Acquire and apply knowledge and skills in a variety of areas in the curriculum.

2. Competently use higher order thinking skills and problem-solving techniques.

3. Effectively work as an individual and collaboratively.

4. Develop skills in literacy and numeracy in order to communicate clearly and logically.

5. Consistently attend classes with a positive attitude and respect for themselves, other students, faculty, staff, and the school.


Students will meet these expectations with support from administration, faculty, staff, parents, and the commmunity by adhering to the following expectations for the school:


Expectations for School Performance:

1. Offer a broad variety of courses that appeal to all students as part of a curriculum that evolves as student needs and state requirements require.

2. Design and implement lessons with relevance to student lives that require student inquiry, curiosity, and problem-solving.

3. Give opportunities for individual student expression in and out of the classroom, as well as opportunities to work as an integral and accountable part of a group in the classroom, school, and community.

4. Ensure mastery of literacy and numeracy skills with a variety of evaluation methods and modifications if necessary.

5. Provide a safe environment where support and mutual respect are the cornerstones of success.

The beliefs are:

1. Appropriate, timely assessments provide data to drive instruction that holds students to high academic expectations.

2. Education occurs through the combined effort of all education stakeholders.

3. Our school must be a positive, safe, and orderly facility for students and educators with consistent, fair rules and policies.

4. We believe in on-going, relevant professional development for faculty and staff members.

5. The school should provide educational experiences to prepare students for work or post-secondary education in a climate of mutual respect among students and school employees.





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