Greetings Eagle families. Paxon has been experiencing difficulties with our phone system for the last two days and it impacts our ability to receive inbound calls. We were hoping this issue would be resolved more quickly but as of this morning the lines are still down. We thank you for your patience as we work to have the issue resolved. The school is open until 5:30 pm today. If you have an urgent matter, we recommend that you send an email and ask for a return call.
Information on required summer assignments can be located via the links below. Please pay close attention to this informaiton as you may be required to purchase/download a book, download information, or visit an external website.
Students in AP Literature must also download and complete the Anticipation Guide for the novel 1984 and the corresponding vocaulary list. These documents may also be downloaded via the links below. Please contact the school with any questions regarding summer assignments.
Attention all incoming 9th grade families:
If you have not already completed your course selection sheet for the 2017-2018 school year, please do so by accessing the link below. Once completed, please submit your selection sheets to Dr. McLeland at email@example.com, by fax to (904) 693-7595 or by bringing it to Paxon's main office. Please do not submit this sheet via US mail.
Uniforms can be checked out two days before your portrait appointment. Please email the Athletic Director’s office to arrange for uniform pick up. Once request is made and you recive confirmation from the Athletic Office, uniforms may be picked up and returned in the main office with Ms. Miller, principal's secretary.
Uniforms are to be returned two days after Senior Portrait appointment. Uniforms not returned within the time limit, are subject to a late fee of $25.00, which will be assessed to student-athlete’s school account. There is an additional charge of $50.00 for every week thereafter.
Started in 1969, Jacksonville's daily newspaper recognizes women for their efforts and accomplishments in the areas of Education, Volunteer service and Employment. One woman from each of the three categories is presented the coveted golden apple, representing our community's first and most esteemed award for women. Dr. Keisling has been recognized for her efforts to the Jacksonville Public Education Fund and Jacksonville's immigrant and refugee population.
We are proud of Dr. Keisling and her work in the community!
Paxon School for Advanced Studies would like to extend our heartfelt congratulations to English teacher Mrs Haupt. The Gladys Prior Awards for Career Teaching Excellence are among the largest monetary awards for teachers in the nation. Gilchrist Berg, founder and president of a Jacksonville investment company, established the awards in 1998 to honor his 4th grade teacher at Ortega Elementary School, Gladys Prior. Mr. Berg has pledged over $2,000,000 to continue these awards for Duval County public and private school teachers.
Mrs. Haupt is deserving of this award and we are glad to share in this well deserved recognition!