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New Teacher Profile: Carol Rose

New Teacher Profile: Carol Rose

By Tynes Carroll

August 30, 2016


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Ms. Carol Rose is a new friendly face at Jackson Prep this year. She teaches eighth grade Honors Algebra 1 and eleventh grade college prep Algebra 2. Rose went to high school at Madison Central High School in Madison, MS. Rose then proceeded to study Business Administration at Mississippi College. ...

Teacher Profile: Suzanne Eskrigge

Teacher Profile: Suzanne Eskrigge

By Tanner McCraney

May 27, 2016


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Ms. Suzanne Hasseltine Eskrigge, a Jackson Prep graduate of 1986, is currently the 9th grade honors biology teacher in the science building. Ms. Eskrigge was born and raised in the Jackson area. She attended First Presbyterian Day School for elementary and middle school. After leaving FPDS in 8h grade...

Young Life: “You Were Made For This”

Young Life: “You Were Made For This”

By Gracie McCraney

May 20, 2016


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Young Life is a Christian ministry that is encouraged and talked about often at Jackson Prep. It is offered to high school students. “Club” is often advertised all over the school on flyers and by word of mouth. Club takes place at Trinity Presbyterian Church on Old Canton Road on Monday nights at...

Student Profile: Caroline Pringle

Student Profile: Caroline Pringle

April 13, 2016


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Caroline Pringle is a junior at Jackson Prep and is commonly known to be outgoing. She is very approachable and has a wide variety of friends. Caroline is involved with many different activities including Pacer and French Club at Prep. Caroline likes to watch TV and movies, take naps after school...

Student Profile: Nina Sun

Student Profile: Nina Sun

By Maclain Kennedy, Junior High Staff Writer

March 4, 2016


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Nina Sun is new to Jackson Prep, not to mention new to America too. The ninth-grader is from the southeast part of China, and has been in Mississippi for seven months. Sun says that her favorite thing about Mississippi is the clean environment; especially the fact that there isn’t as much pol...

Teacher Profile: Dr. Luke Nealey

Teacher Profile: Dr. Luke Nealey

By Gracie McCraney

March 1, 2016


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Dr. Luke Nealey is currently the Assistant Head of School, Head of the Senior High, and teaches Advanced Placement Chemistry at Jackson Prep. This is Dr. Nealey’s 17th year working at the school. He was born in Butte, Montana. Dr. Nealey has one older and one younger brother, Matt and Paul. He has li...

Student Profile: Tori Newsome

Student Profile: Tori Newsome

By Preston Dubberly, Junior High Staff Writer

February 11, 2016


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Tori Newsome, a current ninth grader, came to Jackson Prep in sixth grade. Before Tori attended Prep, she went to Northshore Elementary School.  Coming to Prep in the sixth grade was good for her because the classes were smaller and she was able to know her classmates better. Tori is involved in...

Student Profile: Ethan “Oxman” Oxley

Student Profile: Ethan “Oxman” Oxley

By John Keeler and Lee Meena

January 11, 2016


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Ethan Oxley is in the eleventh grade at Jackson Prep, and is known as a true friend among Prep students. Some may know him as “The Oxman,” but many just call him Ethan. During activity period and homeroom, Ethan can be found working diligently on his laptop in the library cubicle area with his cl...

Teacher Profile: David Hogue

Teacher Profile: David Hogue

By Hays Dubberly

November 12, 2015


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Mr. David Hogue teaches all levels of Latin courses that are offered at Jackson Prep. He is in his eleventh year at Prep and also sponsors the Junior Classical League (JCL). Hogue is considered by his students as very laid back and is seen as a mellow teacher. Hogue is from the small, rural town of Tensas...

The Hills Come Alive at Prep

The Hills Come Alive at Prep

November 12, 2015


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The Sound of Music was performed at the school Saturday, October 22, and on Monday, October 24th. Auditions were held in May and the roles were chosen. Practices started at a workshop for the cast during the summer. The principal roles have been practicing three to four nights a week since the end of the s...

New Teacher Profile: Liz Walker

New Teacher Profile: Liz Walker

By John Keeler

October 26, 2015


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New to Prep this year is Ms. Liz Walker. Walker wanted to give back to Prep since she and one of her daughters are graduates and her second daughter, Mae Mae, is a senior this year.   Her former job was at Blair E. Batson Children’s Cancer Clinic where she worked as a social worker, and she wanted to find an area of work close to th...

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