Jackie Henderson, a senior at The June Buchanan School, recently scored her 1,000th point made during her high school basketball career in the Lady Crusaders’ opening game versus Riverside Christian on December 2nd, 2013.
The June Buchanan School is proud to announce that one of its graduating seniors, Channing Everidge, has been accepted to William & Mary, one of only eight schools in the nation designated a "Public Ivy" institution.
The June Buchanan School went out of their way this year during the Fall Festival to raise awareness and proceeds for the Corner Haven Crisis Center and The Women’s Shelter of Hazard, Kentucky. The entire school worked together for the benefit of the community, and in turn, raised about 4,000 cans through a PTO-sponsored Food Drive.
After completing a unit on William Shakespeare’s Romeo and Juliet, the freshman class at The June Buchanan School was challenged to create models of Shakespeare’s Globe Theatre. By constructing these models, students gained a greater understanding of how the theater of Shakespeare’s day differs from our own.
The June Buchanan School PTO is sponsoring a fall fundraising event featuring Dr. Carl Hurley, a world renowned comedian known as "America's Funniest Professor." The event will be held in the Campbell Arts Center on the campus of Alice Lloyd College and The June Buchanan School on Friday, October 4th, at 8 PM.
The June Buchanan School would like to congratulate Channing Everidge for being named a 2013 Governor’s Scholar. Channing is the daughter of Steve and Angie Spady of Leburn, and Jeff and Kathy Everidge of Hazard; she is currently a junior at JBS.
At The June Buchanan School, all students are encouraged to set high standards for themselves and to continually work towards the achievement of their goals. One such outstanding JBS student who has been striving to fulfill his literary ambitions is Ian T. Hall.