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WELCOME TO THE MADISON MARLINS SITE
DEDICATED TO MEMORIES OLD AND NEW
MADISON THEN
MADISON NOW
THE OLD BUILDING IS BEHIND THIS ONE


THE HISTORY OF JAMES MADISON JR. SR. HIGH SCHOOL
This information comes to us from the schools website at http://hs.houstonisd.org/MadisonHS/SchoolInfo/history.htm
On September 8, 1965, James Madison Junior-Senior High School was opened for 2,003 students, 793 of whom were Senior High School Students. By the end of 1967, Madison Junior-Senior High had reached an enrollment peak of 2,700. In January of 1968 the Junior High School population was transferred to the newly-opened Dick Dowling Junior High School, and at that time James Madison Junior-Senior High School became James Madison Senior High School. In the fall of 1981, the student population of Madison was extended to include the ninth grade; the enrollment during that year reached a peak of 2,236.

In the fall of 1965, the faculty and students of Madison were welcomed to their beautiful new school by Principal Arthur D. Herring, Assistant Principal Dr. Dale H. Perkins, and Dean Rosamund Glosup. These administrators, along with the teachers, students, and members of the community, determined the policies for the new school. The Marlin was selected as the school mascot, the school colors chosen were blue, white, with a hint of red.

Mrs. Carrie R. McAfee assumed the the duties of principal in 1974.

Mrs. Ada T. Cooper was assigned as principal in 1989.

Mr. Warner D. Ervin assumed the duties of the principal in 1992.

Ms. Gloria J. Legington, was assigned the duties as principal in 2001.

Dr. Aubrey Todd III is currently the principal
My thoughts on Thanksgiving

Thanksgiving is more than the festivities. It's about family.
Family isn't always about the people in your life who are blood relations. Itís about the people in your life who want you to be in theirs. Itís about the people in your life who accept you for who you are, support you in the things you choose to do and no matter what, are there for you in your times of need. Itís the people in your life who love you, respect you and who you can depend on. Now thatís family!
It's also a time to reflect upon all the great memories of all the good people who came into your lives, and of all the wonderful ones who are no longer with us to share this day.
My wish for you is that you are filled with great happiness and love on this wonderful day as you are after enjoying this feast of thanksgiving, and that the good lord looks over and protects you from this day on, for I truly consider you all family.
So before I take my first bite I will raise my glass in a toast to all of you for I truly consider you all family.
Skippy


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Bob Harrison'73 and Skippy Brown '71
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