Jackson is fortunate to have two wonderful facilities in which to educate our children.
Pre-K, Kindergarten and First grade students begin their Jackson experience at the Primary Campus on Northside Drive, which is nestled on seven leafy acres and boasts forested classroom views, gardens, lots of green space and the school’s playground which is uniquely equipped in size and ability for younger children.
The Main Campus on Mount Paran Road is for Second to Fifth grade students. Set in a 12 acre wildlife preserve, Jackson’s main school structure was erected in the groovy mid-sixties, and reflects a mod “pod” styling that blends in with the surrounding forest. The extensive acreage and subtle unimposing architecture lends its self to nature trails, class gardens and a soothing setting for young minds to bloom and grow.
The National Wildlife Federation granted Jackson’s Schoolyard Habitat Certified Wildlife Habitat Status. It’s easy to see how our beautiful campus is being improved by the hard work of our students, teachers and parent volunteers as Jaguars learn about the natural world around them.
Warren T. Jackson’s primary campus is located on Northside Drive and serves approximately 300 students in Pre-K, Kindergarten and First Grade. Opened in 2007, the building itself is a remarkable renovation of the former Tuxedo Park School, including an addition in 2009 that expanded classroom capacity and provided space for a brand new library. Our Primary Center facility includes:
Indoor Imagination Playground
Warren T. Jackson’s main campus is located on Mt. Paran Road and serves approximately 500 students in second through fifth grades. Set back off the road on 12 acres of wooded surroundings, the campus houses the following:
Music Room with piano keyboard lab
STEAM Center with science labs and makerspace
Outdoor Basketball court
Multi-lane running track