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April Student Shout-outs!


Mr. & Miss MJHS

Congratulations to Sara Wood and Micah Douglas, 2019 Mr. & Miss MJHS! Mr. & Miss MJHS are selected each year as exemplary representatives of Mortimer Jordan High School. Outstanding character, academics, attitude, and school spirit are factored into the selection. Congratulations, Sara & Micah!

Mr & Miss MJHS picture



Congratulations to the BOYS and GIRLS TENNIS TEAMS!!! They won COUNTY CHAMPIONSHIPS on April 9th, 2019!

Individual Champions: Tucker Jinright, Chad Johnson, Troy Mann, Braden White, Azia Tanks, Reese Leslie, Mallori Finney, Paulina Pugh.

Congrats to all players and coaches!

 tennis team picture


National Technical Honor Society 

Congratulations to the new inductees of the National Technical Honor Society!

Technical Honor Society students  


Math Team 

County Tournament Results from Saturday, April 6th

PreCalculus: Team finish 1st

Individual awards: Dalton Riggs 3rd place & Cindy Qui 1st place

Algebra 2: Team finish 2nd

Individual award: Amaryssein Strickland 3rd place

Geometry: Team finish 3rd

Individual award: Wesley Blackwood 3rd place


Bass Team 

Daniel Meadows and Aaron Stephens finished 2nd in the Airport Marine on Lake Guntersville Saturday, April 6th. They won $1750 per year per angler to Faulkner University plus $500 bonus scholarship. 
Daniel and Aaron also won Team of the Year out of 150+ teams based on points in the last 8 tournaments. It will be awarded to them June 1st at the Classic. 


Basketball Honors

Congratulations to Ronnie Wright, MacKenzie Watson, and Jadyn Allen! They were named to the All-North Jefferson News Basketball teams. Full story here.


Students of the Month:                  

Katelyn Rogers

Isabella Ingle

Beckie Underwood

Campbell Crane

Students of the Month picture


Academy of Craft Training

Tyler Singleton - Employee of the Month in the Electrical Construction program!

Tyler - Student of the Month  


Chamber Choir

Congratulations to the Chamber Choir on their Superior ratings in both performance and sight reading at the State Choral Performance Assessment in Tuscaloosa on April 3rd.