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Jackson Learning Center



Jackson Learning Center

Jackson Learning Center (JLC) is a school that serves non-traditional 6th-12th grade students from diverse communitities who have been unable to achieve success in reaching their true potentia in othe educational settings.

The JLC mission is to ensure students acquire the necessary tools, skills, attitudes, opportunities and experiences to mature emotionally, develop socially, and progress academically according to their level of ability in order to become productive participants at home, at school and in the community.

Parent Involvement is through Student Study Teams (SST), Pre-enrollment Conferences, Intake Process, Open House and recognition assemblies. To find out how you can volunteer at our facility, please contact administration at (912) 280-4030.

Academics: 
Academic curriculum is provided in a small classroom setting.  Curriculum content is aligned to the Georgia Common Core State Standards.

Behavior Management:
Jackson Learning Center (JLC) uses its RESET Program to manage student behavior and progress. Students are rewarded with points for positive behavior and points are deducted for negative behavior. Students must earn a minimum amount of points daily to earn level credit and advance on the level system. The RESET Program is designed to monitor students' progress in advancing or dropping through the levels. JLC incorporates the fundamentals of Positive Behavior Interventions and Support (PBIS).  This school-wide initiative is an evidenced based, systems approach to preventing and responding to classroom and school discipline problems.  PBIS develops school-wide systems providing support for staff in teaching and promoting appropriate behavior in all students.  By reducing behavioral problems, PBIS creates and maintains safe learning environments and increases opportunities for academic instruction.








It is the policy of the Glynn County School System not to discriminate on the basis of age, sex, race, color, religion, national origin, marital status, disability or any other legally protected status in its educational programs, activities or employment practices.

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