USJ Middle School strongly encourages the development of student responsibility. Parents are discouraged from bringing forgotten assignments, projects or athletic equipment to school. If it is absolutely necessary to bring items to school, please know that NO items (books, homework, projects, etc.) will be delivered to students while classes are in session. Any items students have left need to be left at the “drop off table” in the front lobby. Parents can email students to let them know the items are here. Please do not bring the items to the MS office.
USJ Upper School strongly encourages the development of student responsibility. Parents are discouraged from bringing forgotten assignments, projects or athletic equipment to school. If necessary, parents can drop off items at the table in the upper school lobby.
The University School of Jackson is pleased to announce the promotion of Lauren Yancey to Assistant Director of the Camille and Ralph Jones Academic Center (JAC). Lauren will assist the JAC Director, Christy Glenn, in the day to day operation of the center and with the instruction of qualifying USJ...Read More
On September 25, USJ's Board of Trustees approved a proposal from MG Construction to enter into a contract for the construction of the new Lady Bruins Athletic Locker Room Facility. The $1 million facility includes approximately 6,000 square feet and is comprised of two varsity Lady Bruins locker rooms, three middle school...Read More
The USJ Middle School Math Teams participated in the 2019 Middle School Mathematics Contest held at the University of Tennessee at Martin on Thursday, April 11. There were approximately 240 middle school students from thirteen schools in the Memphis and West Tennessee area competing for math honors. Team members representing USJ for each...Read More
USJ students in Mrs. Tanner and Mrs. McPeake's art classes recently participated in the Color of Music contest sponsored by the Jackson Symphony. They listened to the selections and created artwork based on their interpretations of the music. Congratulations to these lower and middle school art students for...Read More