Madison Consolidated High School has been a host for Jobs for America’s Graduates since 2010 and since then, we have received 40+ awards for our achievements and contributes to our community.


An academic family, working on changing the perception of “at-risk” in our school, while learning to be the best “you” that “you” can be, gaining skills and knowledge to enter the workforce and college PREPARED through an unconventional, effective, and yet fun learning environment.


What do we “DO” in JAG?
 Help students with multiple career assessments to help matched with their fit career path.
 Provides you with multiple guest speakers a month to help learn more about careers and opportunities in your community.
 Equips you with employability and career association skills through the teaching of 37 core college and career readiness competencies.
 Teaches students what is to be expected from employees from an employers stand point.
 Helps you build a professional resume and profile for yourself when preparing for your future.
 Provides you with a sense of family, wherever you go in life.

Help After High School
The end of school isn’t the end of the line for us JAG students. After working with Mrs. Mathews and your fellow JAG students throughout the year learning about resources and skills you will need for after school, you still have another year with services offered to you after you graduate. The first year after graduation can sometimes be the scariest, so why not have someone to have your back, if you fall off track. Because with JAG you will be A-1 from the Day-1


Unique Learning Style and Beyond

Paper and Pencil got you down? Try PBL, because it’s not an appetizer, it’s a main course!
Our JAG class is uniquely designed around Project Based Learning to accommodate all learning styles and students. We don’t only work on projects for the school, PBL is all about your “Public Product” and how our work reaches further than just the classroom. How would you like the opportunity to show off your skills to community members and business officials that can help you with college and the workforce after high school?
We also work on specific service initiatives throughout the year because things like bully prevention, hurricane relief efforts, and suicide awareness are important, we take pride in helping people and our community. We even work with other JAG programs to make turn small efforts, into BIG results. Plus, we ROCK at it, we have the awards to prove it!

So what is JAG, WE ARE JAG…We are prepared, We are confident, We are dedicated, We are diverse, We are work ready, We are college ready, Don’t take my word for it, let the post speak for themselves…

Will Smith said “ Don’t chase people, be yourself, do your own thing and work hard. The right people, the ones who really belong in your life will come to you, and stay”

Are you ready to join our JAG Family…….today?


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Suicides, Drug Addiction and High School Football

The featured article in the New York Times high lights two of our AMAZING JAG students and their sportsman ship that keeps their head on straight. For more information click on attached link to read the full article: Students: Jace Humes Chance Webster https://www.nytimes.com/2018/03/08/sports/opioids-suicide.html Stay tuned to the blog to read up to date info … Continue reading Suicides, Drug Addiction and High School Football

Regional Career Development Conference

Narrative: Today our school’s top competitors attended Career Development Conference. Our conference was held at Ivy Tech in Lawrenceburg Indiana. We got first place for our Service Learning Blog and the following students placed in the Career Development Conference. Our representatives did awesome and made #madJAG look good. We also were able to attend a small … Continue reading Regional Career Development Conference

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