The Jackson County Intermediate School District is an educational service agency that works in partnership with local public and charter schools, and the local community. We are committed to the success of all students by providing educational leadership, services, programs, and resources.
Early/Middle College student enrollment in Michigan has risen from 6,485 students in the 2014-2015 school year to 13,065 students in the 2018-2019 school year. Students have earned an average of 40 college credits through their programs.
Organizers of the Gus Macker 3-on-3 Basketball Tournament presented a check for more than $2,500 to the Lyle Torrant Center Friday afternoon..
Michigan continues to climb in the national rankings of the National Assessment of Educational Progress (NAEP) reading test. It marks the second straight two-year testing cycle in which the state has gained in the national rankings.
Each year, we honor 8 people who are nominated by their peers for their dedication to our values: Instruction, Leadership, Service & Community.
Young children and families will benefit from a $500,000 grant awarded to the JCISD by the Michigan Health Endowment Fund.
The AgriScience/FFA students at the Jackson Area Career Center will have a lot to brag about when school starts next week.
MiSchoolData.org is a State of Michigan/MDE website with reports designed to help the community better understand their local school district, and to help parents make informed decisions. The site is provided by the Center for Educational Performance (CEPI).