JCCS is excited to announce the admission of 15 month old students to our already existing Early Learning Center. We are honored to announce that Mrs. Ali Curtis will be the Director of the JCCS Early Learning Center which comprises students from 15 months of age to Kindergarten. We are looking forward to the 2017 – 2018 as we build champions for life.
JCCS will offer summer school for grades 5th - 12th. Click here for more information. ssApplication_2018.pdf
STATE SCIENCE FAIR WINNERS
Robbie Pizzolato (10th grade). Project title: "How to Reduce Contact Force with Helmet-to-Helmet Contact"
Ashton Austin (12th grade). Project title: "The Effect of temperature on Solar Efficiency"
Tyler Dunn (11th grade). Project Title: "Using Electromagnets and 3D Technology to Launch a Projectile"
Milaya Ruffin (11th grade). Project Title: "The Mathematics Behind “Parent” Drop Calculations from Blood Spatter"
Congratulations to Alli Despaux for making the LHSAA All-Academic 4.00 Scholar Team. The All-Academic 4.00 Scholar Team is composed of senior student-athletes who attained the highest grade point average. She will be recognized and honored during the Cross Country State Championships in Natchitoches.
Congratulations to Rachel Pizzolato (8th), for being chosen as one of the top 300 MASTERS in the 2017 Broadcom MASTERS®, a program of Society for Science & the Public. This honor places her among the top 300 middle school science and engineering science fair projects in the United States from over 6,000 nominees.