I’m here to take you to live with your father. In Tokyo, Japan! Happy birthday!” In the Land of the Rising Sun, where high culture meets high kitsch, and fashion and technology are at the forefront of the First World’s future, the foreign-born teen elite attend ICS-the International Collegiate School of Tokyo. Their accents are […]
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Thank you for your interest in the Parent Academy: Mindfulness Strategies for Anxiety, Stress and Focus. Registration has closed due to the overwhelmingly high response to this event and limited seating capacity. Visit https://wjccschools.org/parentacademy
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The Jamestown High School PTSA has allocated funds for Mini-Grants for projects developed by the JHS faculty and staff. Mini-Grants will be awarded to support initiatives that are intended to enhance the educational experience for JHS students. Our hope is that the projects these grants help fund will: • Broaden and enrich our students’ educational […]
Flyer for Micro Econ NEW Oct 2018
Harvey Stone received the Theatre 2018 Coach of the Year from the Virginia Association of Forensic Theatre and Debate Coaches. This is a huge honor and recognition of Mr. Stone’s incredible work.
W!se announces the 2017-18 Gold Star Teacher Award! 556 teachers from 27 states earned this year’s Award. Pictured left to right: Sharon Green, Charlotte Stowers, and Robin Cornell. In addition to the teachers receiving the Gold Star Award, Jamestown High School also received the Blue Star School Award.
State Mandated Parent/Teen Driver Safety Presentations The WJCC Driver Education Department will host a series of three of these informative meetings to help facilitate varying parental schedules. Attendance by a parent AND student to ONE of these meetings is MANDATORY. This mandate was passed on to us by the Virginia Department of Education. The purpose […]
To earn this coveted award, a school must have achieved an 80% passing rate on our Financial Literacy Certification Test and have EITHER a majority of students on a given grade level take the Test OR achieve a minimum average score of 85%.