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About Us

Donald C. Jamison High School (JHS) is a continuation high school which began serving Lemoore are students in October, 1991. We are located east of Lemoore High School (LHS) at 351 East Bust Street, and we serve students in grades eleven and twelve. JHS is named in honor of Donald C. Jamison, the first principal and pioneer of continuation education in our school district. Mr. Jamison was principal of the original South High School from 1974 until his retirement in 1983. It is said that Mr. Jamison was a fierce defender and advocate of "his kids" at South High, and that he was committed to providing the guidance and nurturing that would ensure the success of each of his students. His philosophy of supporting students still continues today at JHS. 
Jamison High School has been a WASC (Western Association of School and Colleges) accredited school for nearly 20 years, as well as a California Continuation Education Association Model School for the past 10 years. We are proud of the work our staff and students put in to make Jamison High School great!  

Our Mission

The mission of Jamison High School is to provide a quality education for students needing an alternative to a traditional high school setting. Jamison fosters the philosophy that all students can learn in an environment where they are valued and given the attention that is difficult to attain in larger educational settings. The staff at Jamison High School is committed to preparing and supporting students to succeed academically, to be competitive in the job market, and to become productive and ethical members of their communities.