106 Cedar St.
Madisonville, LA 70447
(985) 845-3355
Fax (985)845-9018

School Hours:
7:30 am -2:26


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Join us for Family Bingo Night March, 6th at 6:30 in the gym. All procedes benefit our school's band. Forms were sent home on February 23rd. Don't miss out on the fun!!

Click here for yearbook and 8th Grade memory page information!


Math Textbook Adoption
Parents who would like to view the math textbooks that are being considered for adoption should contact Cynthia Arnold for an appointment. The books are available for viewing during regular school hours until March 4, 2015. Mrs. Arnold can be contacted by phone at 985-845-3355 or via email at cynthia.arnold@stpsb.org

State Testing Dates:

March 16-20 PARCC Testing (ELA and Math only) ALL GRADE LEVELS

April 14,15 LEAP/ iLEAP Testing (Social Studies and Science only) ALL GRADE LEVELS

May 04-08 PARCC Testing (ELA and Math only) ALL GRADE LEVELS


8th Grade 2nd Nine Weeks Straight A Students
7th Grade 2nd Nine Weeks Straight A Students
6th Grade 2nd Nine Weeks Straight A Students


Mission Statement

The mission of Madisonville Junior High is to prepare children for life
in a global community and technology driven society. 

     We believe we can accomplish this through differentiated and challenging
instruction centered on the whole child.  Our faculty will promote engagement
in high quality learning that will allow students to become literate, creative,
productive, and thoughtful decision makers who are learners for life.


MJH Beliefs

    • We are a good school and we must strive to become a great school.
    • Our core business is to create engaging work for every student, every day.
    • Exemplary student achievement is the responsibility of the entire community.
    • Teachers are leaders and designers who create meaningful and engaging work for students.
    • Student engagement is the key to learning.
    • Effective instruction must meet the needs of all students so that every child can learn at expected high levels.
    • A safe and caring environment must be nurtured in order for optimal student learning.

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