NJHS Students Selected for Jr.Leadership Jackson County
The North Jackson Class of 2020 will be well represented this year at Junior Leadership Jackson County. Six students were selected through a competitive process to represent North Jackson and meet with students selected from other Jackson County/Scottsboro high schools.
Junior Leadership Jackson County (JLJC) is part of the Leadership Jackson County program. Graduates from the adult Leadership Jackson County program interview high school juniors who apply for the program from all Jackson County High Schools, and select 30 or more students with outstanding potential for life and leadership training. Selection criteria includes grades, curriculum taken, honors and awards, community service involvement, work activities, and an essay. JLJC works to make great high school students into outstanding people and leaders for the future of Jackson County.
Selected from North Jackson High School this year is Mikeala Barnes, Taylor Houston, Diamond Liggins, Lacey McAllister, Anna Jones, and Maci Morris.
Jackson County School District is an Equal Opportunity Employer and Educator who fully and actively supports Equal Access for all people regardless of race, color, religion, sex, age, national origin or disability.