What is a typical James Madison High School student like? Describe the type of person who should attend James Madison High School.

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Anonymous, Student, James Madison High School, Class of 2015

Students who need a flexible approach to high school education diploma, and are looking to get certificate for any career program. I personaly am a single mother looking to make a better future for myself and children.

Anonymous, Student, James Madison High School, Class of 2016

To ask what a typical James Madison student is like is to ask what a typical soldier is like, all join for different reasons all have pretty much the same goal. James Madison high school doesn't discriminate according to the people i have seen there. There are semi-affluent students there as well as students who need the free lunch program. There are Goths, Nerds, wannabe gangsters, Special-Ed students, musicians, and skaters there is no average or typical student. All this might sound bad and dangerous but contrary to what you might think everyone gets along, no one makes fun of the Special-Ed students, "gangsters" don't mess with the nerds and everyone gets into the food fight. Anyone one with a desire to fit in and/or learn should attend James Madison high school.

Anonymous, Student, James Madison High School, Class of 2016

The typical JMHS student is college bound and almost everyone is involved in school activities. The type of person who should attend Madison should live in the district and they don't have much of a choice if they live here because it is against the law not to go.

Anonymous, Parent of student at James Madison High School

The typical JMHS student is interested in education, health conscious, kind to others, and involved in many school activities.

Anonymous, Student, James Madison High School, Class of 2016

The typical Madison High School student is a hard working student who enjoys a challenge but yet knows when to let loose and have fun. They enjoy football games and love to support their school. They may claim to hate the school or the work, but would defend the school in any given situation. They have a diverse group of friends and get along with the staff and faculty. They enjoy the company of friends and are excited to meet knew people.

Anonymous, Student, James Madison High School, Class of 2015

Academically ambitious students and people that like to get involved with any extracurricular activity would fit in at Madison.

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