Middle School students enrolled by August 1st must read the assigned novel and complete a literature review. Click here to view/print 2013 Middle School Summer Reading Lit Review
Parents! Tell us what you think! Survey to arrive on April 2nd. posted March 15, 2013
Parents are alerted that the annual Parent survey will be distributed on April 2. This is your chance to voice your opinions and affect how your child’s school runs. Surveys will be available for completion through April 14.
JICS will use Infinite Campus to distribute the surveys to parents. If you do not have an account with Infinite Campus, it is easy to set up and convenient to have! Please contact your child’s school to get an account today, so you can be ready to take our survey when the time comes.
More reminders will be coming in the future. Be watching your in boxes!
Can You Help? posted March 4, 2013
Would you be willing to donate a box of snacks for the students to have at their breaks during TCAPs? If you are able to donate, here is a list of suggestions.
The mission of James Irwin Charter Middle School is to guide and motivate students in the development of their character and academic potential through academically rigorous, content-rich educational programs.
JICMS is structured as an academically rigorous program based on the Core Knowledge scope and sequence. Students will be required to take core classes in English, math, science, history, and physical education. Music and art are also offered as part of our regular schedule. Core Knowledge seeks to give every student a broad foundational knowledge base that is essential for success in school and beyond.
In order to help students achieve, we will limit our student enrollment to 465.
The values taught at JICMS will help students develop strong moral character.
Parents are significantly involved in JICMS and actively contribute their talents and abilities. We depend greatly on our families to volunteer as much as possible throughout the year.
Single-sex classrooms enable students to reach their full potential by helping to eliminate distractions and reduce disciplinary issues.
To channel creativity towards academic excellence and to create an environment of mutual respect, all students wear school uniforms.
Enrollment interest is high. Letters of Intent are currently being accepted for the upcoming academic year. The school population is limited to 465 students; therefore, we strongly encourage you to submit your Letter of Intent today.
James Irwin Charter Middle School is a public school of choice located in Harrison District 2. There is no tuition for attending the school.
Students are offered a variety of after-school and in-school activities including but not limited to: