West Tennessee's College Preparatory School

University School of Jackson is West Tennessee's college preparatory school. It offers a challenging curriculum in a nurturing and safe environment. We educate students from PreKindergarten through the 12th Grade. From the child-centered environment in the Lower School to the college advanced placement courses in Upper School, USJ offers your child an education that will prepare him for college … and success in life. Learn more.

2015 Summer Camps2015 Summer Camps

Join us for a summer of fun! University School of Jackson offers a wide variety of day camps and courses for kids of all ages. With the exception of our August courses, you do not need to be enrolled at USJ to attend. Read more.

Stuart Hirstein imageStuart Hirstein to Participate in Columbia University’s Heads of School Program

Head of School Stuart Hirstein has received a fellowship to participate in Columba University’s Klingenstein Center’s 2016 Heads of School Program. The two-week intensive program will provide Hirstein with the chance to attend classes and planned activities, including weekend and cultural events.Read more.

2015 Coaches Association Award Winners2015 Tennessee Softball Coaches Association Award Winners

USJ softball players and their coach were honored June 15th, 2015, at the annual TSCA All-Star games at Columbia State College. Read more.

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The USJ Lady Bruins won the 2015 Region Championship. The team is 29-4 and hosts Friendship Christian May 14 in the TSSAA Sectional. Read more about the team's success.

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The Arts Guild is pleased to announce the student scholarship awards for 2015. The Arts Guild Scholarships are an application-based award available to students who are rising 10th-12th graders at USJ for the school year following application. Read more.

headline 12015 Senior Thesis Project

AP English Literature students recently completed a 30-plus-page thesis. Each student had a thesis committee that met regularly as their project developed. When complete, students discussed and defended their papers in front of teachers, parents, classmates, and others at a special ceremony. Read more.