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Volleyball awards

Jackson Prep Volleyball Awards winners include (from left) Junior Varsity Volleyball Growth Award – Caroline Huff; Varsity Volleyball Patriot Award –Jordyn Jefcoat; Varsity Volleyball Impact Award – Julia Zouboukos; Varsity Volleyball Growth Award – Madie Van Pelt; Junior Varsity Volleyball Impact Award – Swayze Williams; Middle School Volleyba


Got spirit

St. Andrew’s Episcopal School recently held Lower School Spirit Night during a home football game against Raleigh. Shown are (from left) May Taylor, Miley Ray, and Mary Mac Penton.


Alpha and Omega

New friends (from left) Bryant Thaxton, Cambell Bidwell, and Chase Canton share snowcones at Jackson Academy’s first Alpha and Omega meeting. The Alpha and Omega program matches each kindergartener with a senior student to mentor them throughout the year.


Baseball at Gulf Coast

Madison Central High School senior Kade Dees signed to play baseball at Mississippi Gulf Coast Community College next year. Shown are (from left, back) Mattie and Jerry Dupuy; (front) Tracie Dupuy, Dees, and Judy Dupuy.


Fun at the fair

New Summit seniors recently enjoyed a field trip to the fair.  Shown are (from left) Randy Wright, Miya Rozell, Stephanie Cockrill, Janae Knight, Matthew Gleason, and Altrich Harvey.


Freshman court

Madison Ridgeland Academy ninth-grade homecoming maids and escorts include (from left, back) Laurel Fulcher, Sam Thomas McInnis; (front) Brayden Jones, Carlisle Johnson, Bess Chinchen and Toby Trowbridge.


Spelling winner

St. Andrew’s Episcopal School recently held the 2017 Middle School Spelling Bee. Shown are (from left) winner Eesh Majithia and Head of Middle School Tim Alford.


Leadership

Selected by their schools and recently attending the Hugh O’Brian Leadership Conference were (from left) Kennedy Guest and John Ables, Brandon High School; and Will Spence, Jackson Academy. All are Eagle Scouts from Troop 8 First Baptist Church Jackson.


Families first

The Families First for Mississippi RV parked on the midway at the Mississippi State Fair in October to hand out marketing materials to the fair attendees. Enjoying the event are (from left) Laura Jane Goodson, Charlie Smith, Dr.


Childhood cancer

First Presbyterian Day School recognized September as Childhood Cancer Awareness month by “going gold for Mississippi kids.” The Crusader Club and FPDS families raised more than $6,600 to donate to The Campbell Bulldog Fund, begun by Jill and David Dale to assist with childhood cancer research at Batson Children’s Hospital.


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The St. Joseph Catholic School girls swim team won the state championship recently at the state championship swim meet held at the Tupelo Aquatic Center. The St.