JCSA Wall Mural Art Project

Beautification Project-JCSA art students in grades 9-12 painted a “Quilt Mural” on outside school wall which reflects our similarities(triangles) and differences(colors) which symbolize our individuality and demonstrate that together we are bold, bright, and beautiful. This mural is the beginning of a series of mural paintings by our art students facilitated by Christina Daniels, Art Education Instructor. The different murals will enhance our school culture through students’ collective problem solving and collaborative creativity.

Student Receives “Tools Award”

May 10, 2019 – Sylva, NC – Smoky Mountain Home Builders Association (SMBHA) recognized upcoming students who are interested in post-secondary certification in trades and industry on Thursday, May 2, 2019

SMBHA advocates for students who are interested in building and construction and provided an award in collaboration with four local high schools and their vocational instructors.

Tommy Farmer, a junior who attends Jackson County School of Alternatives and is enrolled in the Career

Technical Education Trades and Industrial pathway, received the “Tools Award.”

Angela Lunsford, Principal of Jackson County School of Alternatives and Ben Hardin, CTE Instructor, and Caroline Williamson, Graduation Coach, attended the presentation.

Pictured left to right in photo: Angela Lunsford, Principal JCSA; Ben Hardin, CTE Instructor, JCSA; Tommy Farmer, JCSA; John Mark Roberts, President SMHBA; Dianne Hendrickson, Treasurer SMBHA

 

 

 

 

 

JCSA Graduation 2019

JCSA celebrated students graduating June 5, 2019

Students career interests include Elementary Education, Wildlife Management, Business, Nursing

Congratulations 2019 Graduates!