School Feeder Patterns

  • JPS schools are organized into feeder patterns to ease students' transition from elementary school to middle school and from middle school to high school. A feeder pattern consists of all the elementary schools and middle schools whose students feed into a particular high school.

    Schools within a feeder pattern also work together to isolate trends in instruction and make decisions within the feeder pattern to better serve the needs of students. This includes sharing and reviewing data together to determine the strengths and weaknesses of instructional programs. This closer communication and collaboration also creates a sense of community within the schools in the feeder pattern and promotes increased parent involvement from kindergarten through grade 12.

    HIGH SCHOOLS MIDDLE SCHOOLS ELEMENTARY SCHOOLS
    Forest Hill Cardozo
    Siwell
    Bates
    Oak Forest
    Timberlawn
    Van Winkle
    Jim Hill Blackburn Baker
    Barr
    Isable
    Lee
    Provine
    Career Development Center
    Hardy Clausell
    Lake
    Pecan Park
    Raines
    Wingfield Peeples
    Whitten
    Key
    Lester
    Marshall
    Sykes
    Wilkins
    Lanier

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    Brinkley Dawson
    Galloway
    Johnson
    Smith
    Walton
    Murrah Bailey
    Chastain
    Boyd
    Casey
    McLeod
    McWillie
    Power/APAC
    Spann
    Callaway Kirksey
    Northwest Jackson
    Powell
    Barack H. Obama
    Green
    John Hopkins
    North Jackson
    Watkins
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