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2020 Summer Reading – Grades 5-12

The Pillow Academy English department has planned the 2020 summer reading experience for 5th-12th grade students. It is our hope that our students enjoy not only these carefully curated book selections, but also a fun, healthy summer break with family and friends.

Guided reading and/or discussion questions for each book are posted by course. All students should be prepared to turn in completed questions on the first half day of school in August and should plan for testing on required books on the second full day of classes in August. Honors students should plan for testing on their second required book during the first week of classes in August.

Click for list of books and instructions . . .


Pillow Academy Summer Hours

Pillow Academy will be closed the week of May 25th through May 29th in observance of Memorial Day.

Summer hours will begin the week of June 1 and continue through August 1st. The school will be open Monday, Tuesday, and  Wednesday during the hours of 8:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m.


2020 Summer Enrichment –
July 6th-July 17th    Grades 6-12

Middle School Grammar & Writing
Middle School Math
High School Grammar & Writing
Chemistry
Algebra I

 


2020 Academic Awards

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Shane Houston Stephens – 2020 MAIS Don Souder Award

Pillow Academy is proud to announce that Shane Houston Stephens is winner of the 2020 MAIS Don Souder Award.  This award recognizes one outstanding senior female and one outstanding senior male scholar-athlete each year. Along with the prestigious trophy, the recipient will also receive a scholarship.

Shane Houston is PA’s 2020 Valedictorian.  While in high school, he has maintained a 102.01 academic average. He has taken honors classes and AP classes throughout middle and high school.  He has received numerous academic awards with highest average in AP Biology, Honors English III, several social studies awards and was consistently named to Headmasters’ List. This spring Shane Houston was named as the 2020 Mr. Pillow Academy, Most Athletic, a Beau, and Sophisticated Senior.

He participated in football, basketball and baseball.  He was named to the MAIS All-Star team in football and basketball. He also captured the three-point competition and MVP while at the basketball all-star game.  He was named as Co-Commonwealth Player of the Year in Football and in Basketball.

Shane Houston will join a prestigious group of former PA student-athletes: Meredith Coleman Fletcher (2002), Katie Buford Dale (2005), and Pate Shackelford (2008).

Congratulations Shane Houston!


2020 8th Grade Washington, D.C. Trip

Saturday, November 1st- Thursday, November 5th

Letter and Registration Form from Travel Trek  . . .


PILLOW ACADEMY WHO’S WHO 2020

Congratulations to all of our winners!  Click link for video . . .

We want to send a big “thank you” to the PA Student Council for creating this video.

Click for link to view list of:
2020 High School Who’s Who
2020 Jr. High Who’s Who

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WINTER ATHLETIC AWARDS

Congratulations to the winners and thank you to each and every athlete who participated and competed for our school.

Boys Soccer, Girls Basketball and Boys Basketball     Click to view . . . 

Click for list of awards . . .  


Congratulations Class of 2020 Valedictorian, Shane Houston Stephens and Salutatorian, Morgan Lott!

Pillow Academy is proud to announce the 2020 Valedictorian, Shane Houston Stephens and the Salutatorian, Morgan Lott.

Shane Houston will graduate with a 102.01 academic average. While at Pillow, Shane Houston has had an outstanding career.  He is president of Class of 2020 and president of the PA Chapter of the National Honor Society. He is a member of the Mu Alpha Theta Honor Society, Green & Gold Ambassadors, Spanish Club, The Pony Express (PA newspaper), FCA, Lions Leadership, and Quiz Bowl.  Shane Houston has completed four Honors English courses, four honors science classes including AP Biology and AP Physics, and four honors math courses including AP Calculus. He has received numerous academic awards with highest average in AP Biology, Honors English III, several social studies awards and was consistently named to Headmasters’ List. This spring Shane Houston was named as the 2020 Mr. Pillow Academy, Most Athletic, a Beau, and Most Sophisticated Senior.

Shane Houston received the HOBY Award in 2018.  He has attended the Mississippi American Legion Boys State. He was named as a Delta Honor Graduate and to the National Society of High School Scholars. He was named as a Rotary Student of the Month his senior year and was named as PA Student of the Month for three consecutive years.  This fall Shane Houston was recognized as PA’s High School Heisman Winner.

Sports have been an important part of Shane Houston’s high school years. He has participated in football, basketball, and baseball.  In football, he was named as an MAIS All-Star, the Commonwealth Co-Player of the Year along with many district and class titles. Shane Houston shattered many of PA’s long standing football stats throughout his career.  In basketball, Shane Houston represented PA as an MAIS All-Star and was named as the game’s Most Valuable Player. He also won the MAIS Three Point Shootout title. He was named as PA’s MVP and the Commonwealth Co-Player of the Year. Again, he was named to many district and class teams and titles. Even though Shane Houston’s senior year of baseball was cut short due to the COVID-19 pandemic, he was expected to have an outstanding season. Last year he was named as an all-conference player for MAIS AAAA DII.

Shane Houston is the son of Janet and Shane Stephens of Greenwood.  He and his family attend First Baptist Church in Greenwood.  He plans to major in Accountancy at the University of Mississippi in the fall of 2020.


PA senior Morgan Elizabeth Lott will graduate in May with a 101.57 academic average.  Morgan is very active student being involved in school organizations, extra-curricular activities, and groups. She is a member of the PA Chapter of the National Honor Society, Mu Alpha Theta, Spanish Club, Photography Club, Science Club, The Pony Express, and Quiz Bowl.  Morgan has completed four Honors English courses, four honors math courses including AP Calculus and four honors and science classes including AP Physics and AP Biology. She is senior leader of PA’s FCA.

Morgan was named as a Rotary Student of the Month and ASTRA Girl of the Month. She is an active member in the Montgomery County 4-H Equine Club and the National Barrel Horse Association. She is a volunteer at the Leflore County Humane Society, the Greenwood Mentoring Center, and Beacon Harbor. Morgan has worked tirelessly with many other civic groups and community service projects.

During high school, Morgan was a Diamond Girl that helped with PA’s baseball games. She was named as Most Intellectual in Pillow’s 2020 Who’s Who. She has also been an integral part of class projects which included Relay for Life, Greenwood’s canned food drive and the Senior “Trunk or Treat” project.

Morgan and her family attend Greenwood’s First Presbyterian Church.  Morgan is the daughter of Amy and Timmy Lott of Greenwood.  She plans to attend MS State University in the fall of 2020.  She is planning to major in Animal and Dairy Sciences and then pursue a career in veterinary medicine.

Congratulations to Shane Houston and Morgan! Pillow Academy is proud of you!


PA COLORING SHEET

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Thank you Mrs. Angie Cole


2020 Mustang Football Schedule

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2020 STAR Student and Teacher

Asa Hausner has been named STAR Student for the 2019-2020 school year by the Mississippi Economic Council M. B. Swayze Foundation, sponsor of the Student-Teacher Achievement Recognition (STAR) program.  The purpose of the STAR program is to recognize outstanding students and teachers in Mississippi through its Education Celebration.  This year will mark the 55th Anniversary of the STAR program.

Star Students are selected on the basis of academic excellence.  Both American College Test scores and scholastic averages are compared to determine the school’s STAR Student.

Asa scored 34 out of a possible 36 on his ACT.  His academic GPA is 4.9. While at Pillow, Asa has taken honors classes, advanced classes and AP classes. He is a member of the National Honor Society and Mu Alpha Theta, which is an honorary mathematics organization. Asa was a member of the Spanish Club, Quiz Bowl, FCA, and the Green & Gold Ambassadors. This year Asa was selected as member of the Lions Leadership Club. Throughout high school, Asa has served as various class officers and this year served as the Student Council Vice-President. Asa was also a member of PA’s Shooting Sports team and Archery team. He is the captain of this year’s Archery team.

The Greenwood Rotary Club selected Asa as the December 2019 Student of the Month. Last year he participated in the YELL leadership program sponsored by the Greenwood-Leflore Chamber of Commerce. Asa was also a leadership intern at PA’s Camp Invention. He is an active member of North Greenwood Baptist Church.

Each STAR Student is asked to designate a STAR Teacher, the teacher who has made the greatest contribution to the student’s scholastic achievement. Asa selected Mrs. Heather Johnson as his STAR Teacher. Mrs. Johnson teaches U.S. History and AP U.S. History. Asa stated that Mrs. Johnson was selected because she always challenges her students to do their best. She encourages her students to believe anything is possible if they put their mind to it.  Not only is she an excellent teacher, she brings a positive attitude to school and inspires students to focus on the good in life.

Asa is the son of Brad and Wendy Hausner of Greenwood.  He plans to attend MS State University in the fall where he will major in a Mechanical Engineering.

Congratulations to Asa and to Mrs. Johnson!


MAIS Art Competition

Congratulations PA Senior Dani Pielemeier! MAIS Art Competition – Digital Category, 2nd Place.


Course Selection for 2020-2021 : Students Entering Grades 7-12

Tuesday, April 14th – Monday, April 20th – 6:00 p.m.
Course selections for the next school year are now available through FACTS SIS.

Course Request Instructions  – Click here.
Curriculum Information – Click here.

PA’s course requests will be available online from Tuesday, April 14th – Monday, April 20th – 6:00 p.m. Students entering Grades 7-12 will need to request courses online through FACTS SIS/Parents Web.  If a student is not registered for the 2020-2021 school year, Course Selections/Requests will not be allowed.

If you have any questions or problems with FACTS SIS, please contact
Jane Hart Hargett  – jhhargett@pak12.com


The Pony Express

2019-2020 Edition, Volume 3

Click the image above.  After this opens, click the square icon at the bottom right to open the paper in full screen.


Congratulations Lady Mustangs and Mustangs!

2019-2020 All MAIS Class AAAA Basketball Team
Girls:  Caroline Brock
Boys:  Shane Houston Stephens

2019-2020 All MAIS Class AAAA Basketball Player of the Year: Kaylee Jones


The Greenwood Commonwealth 2020 Coach of the Year 2020 Girls Player of the Year and 2020 Boys Player of the Year

Congratulations Coach Durwin Carpenter, Greenwood Commonwealth Coach of the Year; Kaylee Jones, Greenwood Commonwealth Player of the Year; and Shane Houston Stephens, Greenwood Commonwealth Player of the Year!

Congratulations to Anna Taylor Hudson, Caroline Brock, and Frazier Roser – All Commonwealth Team. We also want to congratulate Honorable Mention players Julia Love Lyon, Madeline Kelly, Jack Reichle, and Lawes McCool.

Click for entire story at The Greenwood Commonwealth. 


Congratulations to the LADY MUSTANGS!

Coach Durwin Carpenter and the Lady Mustangs captured the 2020 Overall Basketball Championship today against Jackson Prep.

A special congratulations to Julia Love Lyon, Anna Taylor Hudson, Caroline Brock, Kaylee Jones and Madeline Kelly for making the All-Tournament Team.

We are so proud of our girls, Coach Carpenter, Coach Hodges, and Coach Singh! And a huge thank you to each every fan for their support not only this week, but all season.

 


Kindergarten and Elementary: Students’ Books and Supplies

Pillow Academy will be open Friday, March 20, and Saturday, March 21, with the following times for pick up.  You may come either day. If for some reason you can not make it during your allotted time, please email Mrs. Blansett to make other arrangements.

Last name begins with Pick up time Friday Pick up time Saturday
M 1:00 p.m. 8:00 a.m.
H 1:15 p.m. 8:15 a.m.
B, Y 1:30 p.m. 8:30 a.m.
C, P 1:45 p.m. 8:45 a.m.
J, R, N 2:00 p.m. 9:00 a.m.
A, D, E, F 2:15 p.m. 9:15 a.m.
S, O, U, Z 2:30 p.m. 9:30 a.m.
K, V, T, G 2:45 p.m. 9:45 a.m.
L, W 3:00 p.m. 10:00 a.m.

We ask that parents for grades K4 and K5  come in through the Kindergarten front door and exit through the front door.  Parents in grades 1-5 come in through Johnson Hall’s front doors and exit out the front door.  Students’ packets are in the hall outside of their homeroom in alphabetic order.


Pillow Academy will be open Friday, March 20th, and Saturday, March 21st, with the following times for pick up.  You may come either day. If for some reason you can not make it during your allotted time, please email Mrs. Wilson to make other arrangements.

Last name begins with Pick up time Friday Pick up time Saturday
M 1:00 p.m. 8:00 a.m.
H 1:15  p.m. 8:15 a.m.
B, Y 1:30  p.m. 8:30 a.m.
C, P 1:45  p.m. 8:45 a.m.
J, R, N 2:00  p.m. 9:00 a.m.
A, D, E, F 2:15  p.m. 9:15 a.m.
S, O, U, Z 2:30  p.m. 9:30 a.m.
K, V, T, G 2:45  p.m. 9:45
L, W 3:00  p.m. 10:00

We ask that students or parents for grades 6-12 come in through either the front door or the door by the Library and NOT through the end doors.  Some teachers in grades 6-8 have left packets on tables outside my office, grouped alphabetically.  Please make sure to pick those up as well.


Congratulations Lady Mustangs!
2020 North AAAA Champions

Congratulations to All-Tournament Team players – Caroline Brock, Madeline Kelly, and Kaylee Jones


PA announces next Headmaster –

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MAIS Class AAAA District I
Basketball Champs!

Congratulations Lady Mustangs & Mustangs!



2020 YEARBOOKS ARE NOW ON SALE!!!

Yearbook – $85 (no name stamp)

Yearbook Green Package – $90  (1-line name stamp)

Yearbook Gold Package – $100  (2-line name stamp)

Get your 2019-2020 Mustang Memories NOW!!

All orders MUST BE purchased online at:  www.yearbookordercenter.com

PA’s School Code: 281

The very last day to purchase a yearbook will be Friday, March 6th!


The Pony Express
2019-2020 Issue 2

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Please join us for a quick tour of PA’s kindergarten facilities and learn about our K4 and K5 curriculum.  Call Mrs. Catherine Fisher for complete details – 662-453-1266.


Bobby Bennett, 2020-2021 MAIS State Student Council President

Congratulations to Junior Bobby Bennett. Bobby was elected today in Jackson at the State Convention.  Bobby is following PA senior Jack Reichle who is the outgoing president.

 


Mr. Barrett Donahoe

Pillow Academy is pleased to announce that Mr. Barrett Donahoe will be the new headmaster for 2020-2021 school year.

Mr. Donahoe is a native of Crystal Spring and currently serves as the Headmaster of Marshall Academy.  He is coming to PA with years of experience in the MAIS school system.  He was at Pillow in 2010-2011. While at Pillow Academy, Mr. Donahoe served as a teacher and assistant football and baseball coach. He was a member of the coaching staff for the 2010 Pillow Academy Varsity Football State Championship Team. Mr. Donahoe said when originally contacted by Pillow, “My short time at Pillow was one of the most rewarding and enjoyable times in my career. There is a spirit and sense of pride at Pillow Academy like none other.” In the spring of 2012, he was named the Athletic Director and Head Football Coach at Heritage Academy in Columbus. Mr. Donahoe began his journey in educational administration during his time at Heritage. He was named the High School Principal in the fall of 2014 and served in that role until his departure in the spring of 2016 when he became the Headmaster at Marshall Academy.

The Pillow Academy Family is tremendously grateful for Rodney Brown’s service as headmaster for the past 3 years. In Mr. Brown’s tenure at Pillow Academy, he has led the school with great spirit and distinction to set the course for continued success in academics, athletics, and the arts.

Pillow is very excited about our new headmaster and is looking forward to many years of success. With Mr. Donahoe’s leadership, PA will continue the strong traditions of academics, athletics, and service.

 


Congratulations 2019 All-Commonwealth Team!

Click for list of Pillow Academy members.


Exam Schedule:  Grades 6-12

Monday, December 16th (Regular School Hours)

7th Reading – Mrs. Kori Thigpen
7th Computer – Mr. Chad Hankins
8th Drama – Mrs. Cathy Roberts
Creative Arts – Mrs. Cathy Roberts

Tuesday, Dec. 17th 1st Period 8:00 – 9:30 a.m.
4th Period 10:00 – 11:30 a.m.
Wednesday, Dec. 18th 2nd Period 8:00 – 9:30 a.m.
5th Period 10:00 – 11:30 a.m.
Thursday, Dec. 19th 3rd Period 8:00 – 9:30 a.m.
6th Period 10:00 – 11:30 a.m.

7th Period Exams (Students need to see their teacher).

Exam Guidelines for Students:

  • Students may take only TWO exams per day.
  • Exams will begin at 8:00 a.m. and at 10:00 a.m. Students will be given 1½ hours to complete each exam. Students will remain in exam for the entire 1½ hours. Student may be dismissed from an exam when the bell rings – not before.
  • All exams will be comprehensive.
  • On Tuesday and Wednesday of exam days, teachers will be in the classroom from 11:30 – 12:00 noon to provide assistance to students.
  • Students are not to remain in cars or in the parking lot.
  • NO electronic devices allowed in classroom during the 1½ hour exam time.
  • Students may not go to the elementary building early to pick up children.
  • Students who arrive after 8:00 a.m. for first exam will not be allowed to take the exam.
  • Students who arrive after 10:00 a.m. for second exam will not be allowed to take the exam.
  • Students must wear school uniforms to take exams. Exams missed for dress code violations will not be made up. Students will receive a zero.

Exam Bell Schedule
First Bell            7:56 a.m.
Exam Time       8:00 – 9:30 a.m.
Break                 9:30 – 9:50 a.m.
Exam Time      10:00 – 11:30 a.m.



Congratulations to our MAIS All-Star Cheerleaders & Football Players!

Sarah Jones, Aubrey Williams, Jack Reichle, Jaden Simcox, Shane Houston Stephens, and Hunter Taylor

The 4A-5A-6A All-Star Game will be at 5:30 p.m. on Friday, December 6th at Jackson Prep.


Thanksgiving Holidays

Pillow Academy will be closed next week in celebration of Thanksgiving – No school beginning Monday, November 25th through Friday, November 29th.

Classes will resume on Monday, December 2nd at 7:56 a.m. for all students in grades K4 through 12.


The Pony Express 2019-2020
Issue I

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National Elementary Honor Society

Pillow Academy  inducted a group of fifth graders into the National Elementary Honor Society. These students maintained an overall average of 93 or higher in every subject area in the past school year. These students displayed strong evidence of responsibility and leadership skills. They also had no Citizenship marks that  scored below “satisfactory” during all 4 nine-weeks of fourth grade. Congratulations students!

Pictured left to right: Back row: William Litton, Abram Hodges, Charlie Powers, and Tripp Smith
Middle row: Samuel Pittman, Ross Bellipanni, JonHartley Slater, and John Reed Trusty
Front row: Wyatt Moses, Madeline Carroll, Mary Laine Dyksterhouse, and Anna Claire Swayze


Congratulations to our Boys Cross-Country Team!

PA Boys Cross Country Team won the Marvel Academy Invitational Meet on Wednesday, September 18th. Boys Medalists were: Kevin Hernandez – 2nd, Ruben Martinez – 3rd, Jacob Lawes – 5th,  Bobby Bennett – 6th, and Jonathan Barnes -10th.  Girl Medalists were:  Skylar Phillips – 3rd and Leah Pillow – 7th.

Congratulations Mustangs and Coach Tolbert!


AP U.S. History

Each year Pillow Academy offers AP U.S. History to juniors. This course is designed to provide students with the analytical skills and factual knowledge necessary to deal critically with the problems and materials in U.S. history. It helps prepare students for history courses on the college level. The AP course closes the year with a comprehensive exam.  Pillow Academy is proud to announce that all students in this course scored high enough on the exam to earn college credit.

Congratulations  Jeffrey Bready, Hunter Taylor, Asa Hausner, and instructor Mrs. Heather Johnson


AP Biology

Pillow Academy is proud to announce that all students in last year’s advanced placement biology class scored extremely high. Each student gained college credit.  AP Biology is a college-level course that a student may take while in high school.  The AP Biology course culminates in a rigorous exam.  College credit is based on the student’s performance and success on this examination.  Research consistently shows that students who are successful in AP courses generally experience great academic success in college.

Congratulations to Morgan Lott, Sarah Mooneyham, Austin Alderman, Shane Houston Stephens, Jack Reichle, and instructor Mrs. Marietta Branch.

 

 


Military Appreciation Night


Pillow Academy is proud to continue with the annual Military Appreciation Night.  The Color Guard will be members of Greenwood’s VFW (Veterans of Foreign War).  Before the game, there will be a “Fly Over”, followed by the coin toss with Military Veterans assisting.

All Military personnel will receive free admission when presenting their Military ID.


Congratulations!

Queen Kenzie Turner & King Pierce Cole

Pictured with 2018 Queen Mari-Brian Crick, Head of School Rodney Brown, Crown Bearer John Brooks Nokes, and Flower Girl Emerson Thigpen.


Homecoming 2019

PA is proud to announce the 2019 Homecoming Court!
Senior Maids and Escorts
Kennedy Avant and Austin Alderman
Morgan Lott and Pierce Cole
Austin Alex Mitchell and Asa Hausner
Alex Sanford and Tristian Steen
Kenzie Turner and Shae Long

Junior Maids and Escorts
Caroline Brock and Dalton Elmore
Havee Johnson and Bobby Bennett
Julia Love Lyon and Richard McQueen

Sophomore Maids and Escorts
Georgia Caroline Self and Eli Jones
Emma Kate Wallace and Tripp Jones

Freshman Maid and Escort
Emily Holmes and Drew Austin

Flower Girl and Crown Bearer
Emerson Thigpen and John Brooks Nokes


Patridge Nichols Coleman Mitchell Awards

Presentation on Bill Davis Field during the varsity football game: PA vs Washington

Friday, September 13th



YELL

Young Emerging Leaders of Leflore Program is a comprehensive year-long leadership program for area high school juniors.  Congratulations to our students!  Click for more details . . .


2019 Summer School

Summer School Policy for students entering grades 6-12 in the 2019-2020 school year.  Click for details . . .


Congratulations Class of 2019 Valedictorian, Sunjay Chawla and Salutatorian, John Hollis Tackett

Sunjay Chawla is the 2019 Valedictorian and will graduate with a 101.42 academic average.  Sunjay has had an outstanding career at Pillow Academy.  He is president of Mu Alpha Theta and the PA Chapter of the National Honor Society and he was president of the Spanish Club. He is a member of the Green & Gold Ambassadors, Model Security Council, and Quiz Bowl.  Sunjay has completed four Honors English courses, four honors science classes including AP Biology, and four honors math courses including AP Calculus.

Sunjay received the HOBY Award.  He attended the Trent Lott Leadership Institute and Boys State in the summer of 2018. Sunjay earned the rank of Eagle Scout.  He was named as a Rotary Student of the Month.  This fall Sunjay was recognized nationally as the Wendy’s Heisman Winner.

Sunjay has participated in tennis, soccer and golf during high school.  In tennis, he has earned 5 State Championship titles (8th grade through 12th grade).  Sunjay has had an outstanding soccer career with one State Championship.  He was named as an All-Division player for 3 years.  At Pillow, Sunjay holds 3 individual records:  Most goals in a game- 8; most goals in a season- 33, most goals in a career- 65. In golf, Sunjay placed 3rd in the Overall State Championship last spring.  This season he won the Indianola Academy Invitational and the Bayou Academy Invitational.

Sunjay is the son of Suresh and Gauri Chawla of Greenwood.  He plans to major in Business and Economics, but he is undecided on which university he will attend.

PA senior John Hollis Tackett is the 2019 Salutatorian and will graduate in May with a 100.21 academic average.  John Hollis is a very active student being involved in school organizations, extra-curricular activities, and athletic teams. He was a member of the PA Chapter of the National Honor Society, FCA, Mu Alpha Theta, Spanish Club, Model Security Council, and Quiz Bowl.  John Hollis has completed four Honors English courses, four honors math courses including AP Calculus and four honors and science classes including AP Biology. He is the assistant editor of PA’s newspaper, The Pony Express.

In the summer of 2018, John Hollis attended the Trent Lott Leadership Institute and will attend Boys State this summer. John Hollis received the rank of Eagle Scout. He was named as the January Rotary Student of the Month.

During high school, John Hollis had an outstanding career as an athlete.  He has been a member of the Cross-Country team, the basketball team, the track and field team, the soccer team and the tennis team.

John Hollis is the son of Randy and Beth Tackett of Greenwood.  He plans to attend the Sally McDonnell Barksdale Honors College at Ole Miss in the fall.  John Hollis will major in engineering with an emphasis in pre-med studies.

Congratulations to Sunjay and John Hollis! Pillow Academy is proud of you!


2019 MAIS Student Council Convention

Jack Riechle was elected as the MAIS Student Council President!

Congratulations Jack! Your Mustang family is very proud of you.


PA’s Social Media Sites

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June 18th 2020 at 1:00pm

Senior Awards Day and Class Day

June 19th 2020 at 6:00pm

Graduation: Class of 2020

June 28th 2020 at 12:00am

No Activities: June 28th – July 4th

October 14th 2020 at 7:45am

PSAT

Pillow Academy

69601 Highway 82 West   |   Greenwood, MS 38930

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