2017 Harvest Concert & Family Fun Night presented by the orchestra of Lafayette HS, Jamestown HS & Berkeley MS. Our orchestras performed in costume for this annual Halloween-time concert, with pies, a costume contest, and doughnut eating competition following the performance. Pictured is our rendition of “Orange Blossom Special”, which the orchestra performs every year from memory.
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Harris Teeter contributes a percentage of all HT brand purchases to the Jamestown High School TIE account when your VIC card is linked to our school Here are two easy ways to link your VIC card:
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Once you are signed up, we start raising funds.
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Junior Ben Paulk (left) won the All Star Cast Award and fellow junior Jack Cherry (right) won Best Performer.
Congratulations to the Jamestown Theatre Competition Team who had an excellent weekend of competition and theater at the Virginia Theatre Association’s Annual Convention. Jamestown competed against 57 other schools and came in overall runner up. Jamestown was invited to represent the State of Virginia at a national conference. VTA is the largest state theatre organization in the United States and SETC is the largest regional theatre conference in the United States.
The team also won the following awards for their presentation of their original play entitled Immersed:
-Judges Special Award for use of music
-Best Technical Merit for use of set, costumes, light, and sound
-Best Original Play
-All Star Cast award to Junior Ben Paulk
-Best Performer Junior Jack Cherry
-State of Virginia Finalist
Congratulations to the members of the Jamestown Theatre Program! They will compete again with an adapted version of this production at Lafayette High School on Saturday, November 11 in VHSL competition.
Mrs. Mustard’s new College Composition class worked with Thomas Nelson Community College staff and their parents to select their second semester classes at TNCC. In this dual enrollment opportunity, students choose classes including Speech, Psychology, Sociology, Math and more.
(Top photo: Dr. Worley, Nathaniel Baker, and Adrienne Gonzalo; Bottom photo: Samantha Zhang, Susanna Maize, Benjamin Keener, Thorin Jean, Jeffrey Shi, Ekaterina Savelyeva, and Lehman Montgomery)
Congratulations to Nathaniel Baker, who was named a National Merit Scholarship Program Semifinalist, and Samantha Zhang, Susanna Maize, Benjamin Keener, Thorin Jean, Jeffrey Shi, Ekaterina Savelyeva, and Lehman Montgomery, who were named National Merit Commended Students.
Nathaniel Baker is one of approximately 16,000 academically qualified semifinalists throughout the nation who will have an opportunity to continue in the competition for some 7,500 National Merit Scholarships worth more than $32 million that will be offered next spring. Semifinalists placed among the top one percent of more than 1.6 million students across 22,000 high schools who entered the 2018 competition by taking the 2016 Preliminary SAT/National Merit Scholarship Qualifying Test.
The students being named Commended Students have demonstrated outstanding potential for academic success. Although they will not continue in the 2018 competition for National Merit Scholarship awards, Commended Students placed among the top 50,000 scorers of more than 1.6 million students who entered the 2018 competition by taking the 2016 Preliminary SAT/National Merit Scholarship Qualifying Test.
To learn more about the National Merit Scholarship program, click here.
Way to go, Eagles!
Parking applications for next school year are now available online or students may pick up an application in the Main office or Mrs. Deal’s Office room 206. The form can be accessed by clicking on the link following link:
You can also find the online application under the “forms” tab on the main page of the JHS website.
Parking Registration begins June 1, 2017.
Parking permits will be available for pick-up for approved students beginning August 21st, 2017
OR students may supply a self-addressed stamped envelope with their application and receive their permit by mail.
Please obtain your permit application and complete the process prior to the first day of school and avoid the Fall rush!