Senior Class Information
Please see this Senior Class Information link for information on graduation, senior grad walks at elementary schools, Kings Dominion trip, convocation and mush more.
All seniors are required to fill out an end of year survey to indicate what their plans are after high school. This enables Madison to know where to send a final transcript if necessary for college. Out of 580 seniors we are down to our last 25 seniors.
- Bridges Program: Madison High School is excited to offer our Madison Bridges program again to rising 9th grade students. This program provides students with the essential background knowledge and skills to make a successful transition to high school. It is designed for all incoming students regardless of educational background. More information and registration can be found here: Madison Summer Bridges
- FCPS Enrichment Opportunities
- Summer Credit Recovery or new course opportunities here.
FCPS has partnered with Hazel Health to offer no-cost mental health teletherapy for all high school students. All teletherapy takes place while the child is home, not while at school. Please see the following link for more details and how to get your student enrolled.
School Health Room – Medication update
The school health room is reminding parents and guardians that all medication stored in the health room must be picked up no later than the student dismissal time on the last day of school. With parent or guardian permission (email the health room or send a note), a high school student may transport over-the-counter medications to and from the school health room. Prescription medication cannot be sent home with your student. Medication left in the health room after student dismissal time on the last day of school will be discarded.
Health room email address: firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com
Director of Student Services
James Madison High School
School Website: https://madisonhs.fcps.edu/
Student Services Website – https://madisonhs.fcps.edu/student-services
Mental Health Resources and 24/7 Emergency Numbers
If you or someone you care about is in crisis or in case of a life threatening emergency, please call 911.
Additional Emergency Mental Health resources below:
· Crisis Regional Hotline – 703-527-4077
· Crisis Text – Text NEEDHELP to 85511
· Chat online with a specialist at ImAlive.org
· Call an emergency mental health center at 703-573-5679 (Merrifield Center), 703-536-2000 (Dominion Hospital), 703-289-7560 (Inova Emergency Services) or 1-844-627-4747 (Mobile Crisis Unit)
· Call National Suicide Prevention Lifeline – 1-800-273-TALK or 1-800-SUICIDE
FCPS Mental Health Emergency Resources – https://www.fcps.edu/resources/student-safety-and-wellness/school-psychology-services/mental-health-resources-and