Students who are planning to take dual enrollment through JSU during the 2017-18 school year (NEW students who have never applied to JSU’s dual enrollment program) are reminded that the new student application opens on April 3. Students new to the JSU dual enrollment program must take the following steps:
Complete the new student dual enrollment (CORE Scholars) application on the JSU website.
Complete the High School Authorization Form from the JSU website and turn this in to your guidance counselor.
Return the completed last page of the JHS Dual Enrollment “Pink Packet” to your guidance counselor.
After these steps, you are waiting to be accepted by JSU. Once you receive your acceptance to JSU, follow the directions provided by JSU for registering for dual enrollment courses and for making payment for courses. Once you are registered for a dual enrollment course, you must provide your counselor with proof of your registration in the course. This information must come from your JSU student account and must show your name, the course for which you are registered, and the semester for which you are registered. At this time, your dual enrollment course will be put on your JHS schedule. The scholarship application for dual enrollment/CORE Scholars opens on the JSU website on May 1. Students interested in applying for this scholarship should do so through the JSU website.
The Agency for Substance Abuse Prevention (ASAP) is offering three (3) scholarships to local seniors. Students must have a minimum 3.0 GPA to apply. Interested seniors should see the JHS website under “Latest News” or “Counseling & Career Services”, then “News” for details. The deadline for application is April 21.
Attention Senior Cross Country or Track and Field Members:
Applications for the Suzy Spiceland Michelson Memorial Scholarship, sponsored by the Anniston Runners’ Club, are now available. This scholarship is for a graduating senior who either runs high school cross country or who is a member of their high school’s track and field team and has a commitment to continuing their education. Interested seniors should see the JHS website for details and the application process. Completed applications must be postmarked by April 28.
The Aviation Council of Alabama is offering a scholarship to students interested in pursuing an aviation related degree. Interested seniors should see the JHS website for details and the application.
Students attending prom may make song recommendations by emailing Mrs. Hannah at firstname.lastname@example.org. All recommendations must be school appropriate. The last day for recommendations will be this Thursday.
Students who are attending prom are reminded that once you leave prom, you may not re-enter.
Also, anyone attending prom who is not a Jacksonville High School student, must present a picture I.D. at the door.
Anniston Army Depot is accepting applications for Work-Based Learning (Co-Op) positions for the 2017-2018 school year. Interested current year Juniors need to speak to Mrs. Godbey as soon as possible. The deadline to submit all required documentation is April 6. The starting pay is $12.47 per hour which included training in a high demand skill and can lead a career at the Depot.
Jacksonville High School Spring blood drive will be Wednesday, April 5th in the Media Center starting at 8:30AM-6:00PM. Students who would like to donate blood must have a signed parent consent form and be at least 16 years old and weigh 110 lbs or more. Please come by room 226 to get a permission for inors to donate Form. This must be returned to donate blood.
We will begin sign ups at March 29th in room 226 and during lunch in the Cafeteria on March 4th. Teachers and Staff who would like to donate please sign up or email Mr. Patterson and he will add you to the list. Community will be able to donate blood from 3PM-6PM. Please encourage anyone you know to donate.