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Finn Hulse to Represent the United States at the International Philosophy Olympiad

The American Philosophy Olympiad is the Pre-College Philosophy Writing Contest of the USA connected to the world of international philosophy. The top two American writers win a trip to a different host country each year. In 2018 the two winners will be traveling to Bar, Montenegro to compete with national winners from more than 50 other countries. Mr. Finn Hulse will travel with the American team in May. The mission of both the APO and the International Philosophy Olympiad is for high school students to contribute to the development of critical, inquisitive, creative and international thinking. All students write a philosophy essay in response to one of four philosophical prompts or questions at the IPO during a four-hour timed writing in a language which is not their own! Finn will be writing in French. The four official languages of the IPO are English, French, German and Spanish. The other American winner, Mr. Parsa Modareszadeh from Texas, will be writing in Spanish.

Congratulations, Finn, on your academic accomplishment!

Abby Polansky honored as one of 8 district finalists

Abigail Polansky was honored as one of 8 district finalists in the “Take Action Against Distraction” License Plate Design Contest. Special thanks to Senator Mason, Delegate Pogge,  Georjeane Blumling of AAA Tidewater, and Virginia DMV Commissioner for attending and recognizing Abby’s efforts.

JHS Theater represents VA at the SETC High School Festial

Members of the Jamestown Theatre program took their original one act play to the South Eastern Theatre Conference to represent the state of Virginia at the SETC High School Theatre Festival. They participated in workshops, presentations, and auditions as well. Ben Paulk was named a part of the All Star Cast and Jack Cherry was named Best Supporting Actor!


FBLA students at Regional FBLA Competitions in Hampton, VA. Students heard speakers discussing Resumes, Interviewing Techniques, and March of Dimes Fundraising Efforts.

FBLA Students Attend Regional Competition

Congratulations to Our National Merit Finalist

Senior Nathaniel Baker has advanced as a National Merit finalist for 2018.

Course planning meetings for rising seniors are starting soon. Click for more information

Course Planning for Rising Seniors

JHS All State Choir Delegates

5 JHS Students Selected for All-Virginia Chorus

JHS All State Choir Delegates

All-state Choir

Five Jamestown students were selected, by audition, to perform at All-Virginia Chorus as delegates. One student was selected as an alternate. From left to right: Luke Stedelbauer, Morgan Long, Spencer Cottle, Sarah Chartier, Kayla Toliver, and Benjamin Helbert.

 Congratulations to these talented students!