Another place where our students & parents can get information! Madison High School is committed to providing each student with a rigorous and relevant educational environment that provides students with a wide-range of academic and extra-curricular opportunities and experiences.
The staff at Madison High School, in collaboration with our community, is dedicated to the mission of empowering each student to reach their fullest potential to be successful in an ever-changing world. Points of Pride - Approximately 400 students grades 9-12 - Advanced Placement (AP) courses in English Literature, Calculus, Biology, US History, and World History - Project Lead the Way (PLTW) course in Biomedical Sciences - American Sign Language (ASL) and Spanish courses offered fulfilling foreign language high school graduation requirement - Students offered 24 Career Technical Education (CTE) programs through county-wide programming at the LISD TECH Center. - Award winning Band and Choir programs and state-of-the-art Performing Arts Center - Dual-Enrollment opportunities for students through Adrian College, Siena Heights University, and Jackson College - Athletic programs offering 13 sports, including 24 teams - Co-curricular activities such as Student Council, National Honor Society, Equations, and Interact - U.S. News and World Report Silver Medal School (2013) and Bronze Medal School (2014 & 2015)
Mission: Madison School District, in cooperation with our community, will enable each student to develop his or her full potential to be successful in an ever-changing world.
Operating as usual
Congratulations to the following Madison High School students who achieved Honor Roll status for the first trimester of the 2020-21 school year!
District Update - January 3, 2021
Date: Tuesday, December 29, 2020
Time: 11:00 am - 2:00 pm
Location: Performing Arts Center (PAC)
Good Morning, Madison Families!
The Madison School District was recently gifted six pallets of non-perishable foods. We understand how the holidays can be a difficult time a year. With three little ones at home myself, I know how quickly they can eat you out of house and home! Therefore, we would like to get these foods in the hands of our families before school resumes. Tomorrow (December 29, 2020) from the hours of 11:00 am-2:00 pm, we will have the doors of the Performing Arts Center (PAC) open to any Madison Families that would like to come and pick up any of the foods that were donated to us.
[12/10/20] Picture retakes have been rescheduled to Tuesday, January 26, 7:50 start, in the HS lobby.
The Lenawee County Education Foundation Scholarship Application is now open. Last year 280 Lenawee County students were awarded over $473,000 through the Lenawee County Education Foundation. Attached you'll find application instructions and helpful hints. Please contact the counseling office if you have any questions!
visit www.lenaweecef.org to learn more
District Update - Monday, December 7, 2020
District Update for December 3, 2020
The Sigmund Foundation is offering scholarships for Jackson and Lenawee Residents for up to $5,000 a year. Applicant must have at least a 2.5 GPA and demonstrate financial need. The link to apply is in the comments!
The December edition of the Madison Messenger Newsletter is now available on the district website. Click the link below to see what is happening at Madison School District!
Get your pet's picture taken with Santa! This Saturday at the Madison Performing Arts Center!
District Update November 29, 2020
Check out this informational video from the LISD Tech Center about all of their programs and offerings for Lenawee County Students!
Parents and students: don't miss this opportunity! Career Con will help you understand what your future career path could be! Sign up at lenaweenow.org/careercon!
Attention seniors and parents! Don't miss this opportunity presented by Lenawee Now! Career Con is for those interested in finding their future career path!
Visit lenaweenow.org/careercon for more info!
District Update - November 16, 2020
docs.google.com November 16, 2020 Good Afternoon, Madison Families: Last night,the Michigan Department of Health and Human Services released a new Emergency Order which has impacted PK-12 education. As part of these orders, all Michigan High Schools are required to move to remote learning for a period of...
Good Evening, Madison Families!
Please, find the district update below:
District Update (November 14, 2020):
docs.google.com November 14, 2020 Good Evening, Madison Families: This afternoon, the Madison School District was notified of two positive COVID-19 cases. One case in middle school and one case in elementary school. All students and staff that were deemed close contacts have already been notified. We ...
The deadline for the Madison Arbor Thanksgiving Project is Monday, November 16th. Please consider helping out this cause!
[11/12/20] Picture Retakes have been rescheduled for December 2nd, 2020 beginning at 8:00am.
Earlier today we were informed that the TECH Center would be going remote beginning tomorrow through November 20th. As a result, students will not be bussed to the TECH Center. AM students may sign out for 2nd & 3rd hours or attend a learning lab that will be held in the PAC Lobby. PM students will be dismissed after 4th hour. Students can sign out at noon or stay for lunch and sign out at 12:30pm. Students needing bus transportation home, will be bussed home at 12:30pm.
If you have any questions please contact Principal, Kristin Thomas.
Hello, Madison Families.
This afternoon, we were notified of a student testing positive with COVID-19 in the high school. We have completed our contact tracing, and all close contacts have been notified. In total, 21 students were quarantined until November 20, 2020. Please, remain diligent in following all safety protocols as we enter flu season.
Thank you and have a great evening.
Congratulations to this year’s Voice of Democracy finalists:
Bray Borton, Walker Claiborne, Alayna Wagner, Makenna Horn and the winner Mario Garcia. Mario’s speech will move on to the District Competition. Good Luck Mario!
Cap and Gown Orders will be collected on Tuesday, November 17th from 7:30am – 9:00am in the PAC Lobby. Virtual Seniors can pick up a packet in the HS Office or visit Jostens.com to view catalog and order form. Please contact the HS Office with any questions.
jostens.com Explore Jostens personalized college and high school class rings, customizable yearbooks, championship rings, graduation products, and more to celebrate big moments this year.
All boys interested in playing basketball this winter need to talk to Coach Thompson to get invited to the basketball Canvas page. All basketball information is posted there. Try-outs start next Monday.
Last chance to complete HS survey!
Please, take a moment to let us know what instructional model that you anticipate your high school student will be utilizing for the second trimester. If you have multiple high school students you must complete the survey for each of your students. Please respond no later than Friday, November 6th. Thank you for taking the time to assist in our planning for the second trimester!
Madison School will be holding a Segment 2 Driver Education class November 16, 17 and 19 in Mr. Perry’s room. Contracts are available in the high office or from Mr. Perry. The class is open to any student, you didn’t have to take segment 1 at Madison. The cost is $40, payable through MY School Bucks.
You must have a driving log with at least 30 hours of driving recorded to be able to take the class. You must also have had your level 1 license for at least 90 days. Sign up soon don’t wait.
See or Email Mr. Perry with any questions.
Good Morning, Madison Families!
Please, find a district update below:
docs.google.com November 5, 2020 Good Morning, Madison Families: Last night, the Madison School District held our monthly review of our Extended COVID-10 Preparedness and Learning Plan. At that meeting, the district decided to continue our Friday half day in-person/distance learning model through Thanks...
The November edition of the Madison Messenger Newsletter is now available on the district website. Click the link below to see what is happening at Madison School District!
To sign up to receive future editions of the newsletter, please register here: http://eepurl.com/c3hpWL
Good Morning, MSD Families.
Please, find the district update below:
Congratulations to the Madison Varsity Football team on their 34-30 victory over Quincy, which is the first playoff win in program history!
Madison Athletic Boosters
Mask pickup will take place this evening beginning at 5:45 until 6:45 prior to the Varsity Playoff game outside of the main stadium gates. You will need to park and walk down to the field. If you have not picked up your order yet please make plans to do so TONIGHT. Additional mask will be available for sale; all mask designs and sizes are $12 each. Show your Trojan spirit as we go into the post season for cross country, volleyball and football. #TrojanFamily
[10/28/20] High school pictures will be distributed to students Wednesday, November 4, during 1st hour. High school picture retake day has been rescheduled for Tuesday morning, November 17.
Madison Athletic Boosters
Madison masks are still available. Visit myschoolbucks.com to place your order. You can contact Letty Goodlock @ [email protected] for pickup instructions.
The boosters would like to know what days work best for mask pick-up days. Please comment below for Friday from 5:45-6:45 or Saturday morning from 10-11:30. If you would like to pick up your mask prior to those dates, please email Letty Goodlock at [email protected]. This poll will close on Thursday at 6pm. Thank you
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JC/LISD Academy is a public middle college program for Lenawee County students, located on the campuses of LISD TECH Center and Jackson College.