Guestbook

    Madison Mirror

    Campus Today    

    Memory Lane

    Madison Angels

    Message Board      

    *Student Info.*

   
Rest in Peace
Blue Max
Yes he is gone. What once was a symbol of pride and honor to us was thrown into the school dumpster like some piece of ordinary trash, by a school who no longer cared nor cherished what he stood for. Yes he was in need of some tender loving care and it was offered to the school on 2 different occasions. Both times we offered to pay to have it restored and both times we were turned down. They never took it to games anymore and they even stored it in the janitors closet as if were something to be ashamed of. Maybe just maybe the trashing of Blue Max was for the best, for today's Madison is totally different from the Madison we knew. It has a new building hiding the old one, a new marque out front and maybe worst of all a new reputation that Blue Max would not have wanted to be a part of.



To contact us by email, click on either one of the pictures below.














JAMES MADISON HIGH SCHOOL WILL BE 50 YEARS OLD
IN SEPTEMBER 2015
AND IN THOSE YEARS MANY THINGS HAVE CHANGED. EVERYTHING FROM THE LOOK OF THE SCHOOL TO THE PASSING OF BLUE MAX. EVEN THE MARQUE IS NO LONGER THE SAME. I HAVE EVEN HEARD TALK ABOUT THE SCHOOL BEING CLOSED OR TURNED INTO A CHARTER SCHOOL. SO WE THOUGHT WE SHOULD CELEBRATE MADISON'S TURNING 50 WITH A YEAR LONG CELEBRATION BY HAVING AN EVENT OR MIXER EVERY MONTH LEADING UP TO AN EPIC 50TH PARTY IN AUGUST OF 2015.

EVENTS PAGE         CLASS CONTACTS        DONATIONS


Novmber 29, 2014 EVENT INFO

Event #3

Saturday, November 29, 2014 is our Thanksgiving / Christmas Holiday Mixer.

This upcoming Mixer will be the third one in our year long celebration and it will encompass both the months of November and December and it is going to be held at Beef-N-Bun 4418 W. Fuqua on Saturday November 29, 2014 starting at 11 am and ending between 2 and 3 pm

We don't normally have a Mixer in either one of these months due to everyone's busy schedules, but his year we are, and we want to make it a special Mixer by making it also a toy drive for Toy's for Tot's.

We are asking that everyone bring a new unwrapped toy to this Mixer. Everyone who does will get a ticket for a chance to win a $50.00 Visa Cash card in a drawing being held that day. Even if you don't bring a toy you are welcome to come and join us, you just won't receive a ticket for the drawing.
For all the details click on the link below.



THE HISTORY OF JAMES MADISON JR. SR. HIGH SCHOOL
This information comes to us from the schools website at http://hs.houstonisd.org/MadisonHS/SchoolInfo/history.htm
On September 8, 1965, James Madison Junior-Senior High School was opened for 2,003 students, 793 of whom were Senior High School Students. By the end of 1967, Madison Junior-Senior High had reached an enrollment peak of 2,700. In January of 1968 the Junior High School population was transferred to the newly-opened Dick Dowling Junior High School, and at that time James Madison Junior-Senior High School became James Madison Senior High School. In the fall of 1981, the student population of Madison was extended to include the ninth grade; the enrollment during that year reached a peak of 2,236.

In the fall of 1965, the faculty and students of Madison were welcomed to their beautiful new school by Principal Arthur D. Herring, Assistant Principal Dr. Dale H. Perkins, and Dean Rosamund Glosup. These administrators, along with the teachers, students, and members of the community, determined the policies for the new school. The Marlin was selected as the school mascot, the school colors chosen were blue, white, with a hint of red.

Mrs. Carrie R. McAfee assumed the the duties of principal in 1974.

Mrs. Ada T. Cooper was assigned as principal in 1989.

Mr. Warner D. Ervin assumed the duties of the principal in 1992.

Ms. Gloria J. Legington, was assigned the duties as principal in 2001.

Dr. Aubrey Todd III is currently the principal

Please Forward This Site On to All The Madison Alumni That You Are In Contact With, So They Too Can Enjoy It

This site is designed and brought to you by

Bob Harrison'73 and Skippy Brown '71