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  • Morning Announcements

    Announcements for Monday March , 4th 2024

    Read Across America this week for Kindergarten through 6th grades.

    PeeWee cheer fittings today.

    Varsity cheer rep will be at SBA today at 1:30 for fittings.

    Cheer Clinic today from 5:00 - 8:00.

    Senior yearbook ads due tomorrow.

    Mu Alpha Theta and MAIS Honor Society Pictures will be taken at 7:45 am tomorrow in the gym.

    Honor Society and Mu ALPHA THETA inductions tomorrow at 9:15.

    Tennis vs Discovery Christian highschool only tomorrow at 2:30.

    SBA baseball vs Laurel Christian tomorrow at home at 5:00 and 7:00.

    Track at PCS on Wednesday.

  • No school on Friday, March 8!

    There will be no school on Friday, March 8 due to MAIS Teacher's Meeting. Have a great Spring Break!

  • Read Across America Week!

    Monday - Wear all green!
    Tuesday - Wear your favorite crazy socks.
    Wednesday - Wear red, black, white or stripes.
    Thursday - Wear your favorite school, college, or team shirt.
    Friday - NO SCHOOL!

  • MS. Scholars Curriculum Information

    Please note that ACT super scores are NOT accepted.  Students may also begin to earn community service and/or volunteer hours beginning May 15th of their 8th grade year.  


    4 credits must consist of:

    • English I (1)
    • English II (1)
    • Two additional English credits above English II and approved for admission to IHL


    4 credits must consist of:

    • Algebra I (1)
    • Geometry (1)
    • Algebra II (1)
    • And one Carnegie Unit of comparable rigor and content may come from Mathematics courses approved for Mississippi Scholars Credit


    4 credits must consist of:

    • Biology I (1)
    • Chemistry (1)
    • Any 2 Carnegie Units of comparable rigor and content above Biology I and Chemistry (Physics [1] preferred). Additionally, 1 Carnegie unit may come from a Career Technical Education course.


    4 credits must consist of:

    • World Geography (1/2)
    • Mississippi Studies (1/2)
    • World History Studies (1)
    • U.S. History (1)
    • U.S. Government (1/2)
    • Economics (1/2)


    1 credit of:

    • One Carnegie Unit of visual and performing arts meeting the requirements for high school graduation or
    • Two units for completion of the 2-course sequence Computer Graphics Technology I & II


    2 credits must consist of:

    • Two Foreign Languages or a 5th Math or 5th Science of higher rigor
    • Any 2 dual credit courses


    • 80 hours of community or volunteer service during high school for seniors graduating in 2022 and later
    • Minimum of 19 ACT Composite Score (Overall Score) for seniors graduating in 2022 and later
    • 2.5 cumulative high school GPA on a 4.0 scale
    • Three letters of recommendation (one from each of the following — principal, guidance counselor and business/community leader for students with more than 4 in-school suspensions)
    • 95% school attendance during 4 years of high school
    • No out-of-school suspension


  • Sports Drink Donations

    Saints Families,

    The Booster Club works in several capacities to help student-athletes stay safe and healthy during all their sporting events.  One example is keeping our football equipment certified and up-to-date but another is providing sports drinks and water for our many athletic events.  If you feel led to donate to this cause, please donate via the below link. All donations are appreciated!


    Thank you for your support!

  • Learner's Permit - Important Information


    To be eligible, you must be at least 15 years old and able to provide proof of being enrolled in school. 

    You must provide the following (No Photocopies Accepted):
    • A completed Application with notarized signatures of both parents or guardians. If parents are divorced, parent with custody must sign. Use black ink on all forms.
    • A social security card or official government correspondence displaying full 9 digits.  
    • A certified Birth Certificate. Must be original or certified copy (No Photocopies Accepted), have a raised seal and be issued by the Bureau of Vital Statistics or State Board of Health.
    • If under 18 years of age, you must show proof that you are in school by presenting a signed and notarized Certification Of School Attendance form obtained from the school that you are attending. (Note: This form is not valid if over 30 days old.) See Dina for School Attendance form.
    • 2 proofs of Mississippi residency in your parent or legal guardian's name if you're younger than 21 years old.
    • Most offices only accept cash as payment.  Call ahead to verify.

    You must pass the written examination.

    You must meet the required physical conditions of the eye examination.