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"The Snowman" in Concert
November 03, 2022
Saturday, December 10 at 10:30 a.m. the JMHS Choral and Orchestra Departments will again host a special family event- The Snowman in Concert. Enjoy a showing of the animated winter classic Raymond Briggs’ The Snowman with live music! Following the movie, families can enjoy crafts and a chance to meet the Snowman and/or take a picture with Santa.
Academic Awards Ceremony 2022
June 07, 2022
Our Academic Awards Ceremony was held on June 2 where various students were recognized for their accomplishments.
June 01, 2022
Madison celebrated its Class of 2022 on May 26 with its annual Convocation Program. Various students were recognized for different awards and scholarships, as well as some staff members who went above and beyond this school year.
Class of 2022 Senior Internships
May 24, 2022
Over one hundred members of the Class of 2022 participate in a two-week internship.
Robotics Team Heads to World Championship
April 19, 2022
After competing among 4,000 teams in the nation, our Robotics Team heads to Worlds
October 18, 2021
In Fairfax County Public Schools, it had been two years since the last Homecoming celebrations were held. Now, with students and staff back in school buildings five days a week, the FCPS community was ready to party.
One Book and Bike at a Time: FCPS Student Donation Drive Making a Difference for Tanzanian Community
July 27, 2021
16-year-old Sophia Brown organized a bike drive at Madison High School, then traveled to Africa this summer to deliver the donations to teachers and students in one remote village.
Ms. Wolf Recognized as FCPS 2020 Region 1 Outstanding Secondary New Teacher
January 06, 2021
Congratulations to Engish teacher Michaela Wolf who was recognized as the FCPS 2020 Region 1 Outstanding Secondary Teacher!
Korean Exchange Students Visit Madison
January 24, 2020
Korean students experience the American school system at Madison HS
Talking with Ted
December 18, 2019
Ted Dintersmith, author of What School Could Be, and 1970 Madison graduate returned to Madison to engage in a discussion with sophomores regarding their ideas for creating a healthy and enriching learning environment.