The mission of Neville Junior High School is to provide a safe place where all students can achieve their academic potential.
Hey, Tiger Family!
This summer, Neville Junior High will be hosting a Tiger Camp for our current 7th & 8th grade students!
This camp is structured to allow students the opportunity to explore various interest, while embedding some ELA and Math skills to prepare them for the next grade!
All current tigers at NJH are encouraged to apply! Limited seats are available, so apply today!! The application will close on April 9, 2021! See our flyer for more information!
Tiger Camp at Neville Junior High Application: https://forms.gle/yZoZ2rUN2vwqkQcw5
NJH Redesign Plan
NJH is a part of a cohort of nine Monroe City School’s in School Redesign for the 2020-2021 school year. We want to make sure all of our parents are informed about our redesign plan. Click on the following link for more information: Neville Junior High School Redesign Plan Information
Accessing Your Child's Grades
Parents - your child's schedule should be visible on the student progress center at this time. Instructions on how to setup/access the student progress center are located at https://docs.google.com/document/d/1ULFX4Vxe9iZzsoROGwh-Y5XqiJyE46HPXVY0fZvIiaw/edit?usp=sharing.
Welcome to Neville Junior High!
Because education is a profession dedicated to service, specifically service to the youth, the faculty and administration of Neville Jr. High, hold the following to be basic tenets of our philosophy:
1. That education is a service designed to provide each student the maximum
possible opportunity, commensurate with his/her abilities, for self-development
and personal growth in the areas of academic achievement, emotional maturity,
physical development, moral growth, aesthetic appreciation, ethical codes, and
2. That each student at Neville Jr. High School should be encouraged to develop a
positive self-concept, the ability to function adequately as a useful citizen of a
democratic society, and the desire to contribute individually to one’s society
3. That the educator best prepared to implement our educational philosophy is one
who has a high regard for the profession, who derives sincere and profound
enjoyment from contributing to the development of youth through direct
contact as well as through a close relationship with those elements of the
community most highly involved with youth training and development, and
who is able through integrity and cooperativeness to forge a close working
relationship with fellow educators.
Mrs. Dana Mullins
Mrs. Patricia Carter
Mr. Danzie Pierce