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Jordan Matthews High4

Siler City, NC | Chatham County

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July 3, 2014


I researched long and hard looking for the best high school in an affordable quiet area of NC with a comfortable commute to work. JMHS kept coming up on the list. Rated in the top 15 by US News in NC for the past couple of years and winning awards. The staff is professional, friendly, and not jaded like so many schools in our country. They want to send our kids off with skills, not just grades. Our introverted teenager started there in the middle of the freshman year, quickly accepted and befriended by many well adjusted kids and he loves it there. How often does a teenager love his school and going to it! I hear the same from many of the other teenagers. JMHS may not look that great in the ratings, but they are a hidden gem. We chose them after exhausted research before moving here from half way across the country and we have no regrets!

Submitted by a parent

July 3, 2014


I researched long and hard looking for the best high school in an affordable quiet area of NC with a comfortable commute to work. JMHS kept coming up on the list. Rated in the top 15 by US News in NC for the past couple of years and winning awards. The staff is professional, friendly, and not jaded like so many schools in our country. They want to send our kids off with skills, not just grades. Our introverted teenager started there in the middle of the freshman year, quickly accepted and befriended by many well adjusted kids and he loves it there. How often does a teenager love his school and going to it! I hear the same from many of the other teenagers. JMHS may not look that great in the ratings, but they are a hidden gem. We chose them after exhausted research before moving here from half way across the country and we have no regrets!

Submitted by a parent

July 3, 2014


I researched long and hard, looking for the best high school in an affordable quiet area of NC with a relaxing commute to work, central to the Triad and the Triangle. JMHS kept coming up on the list. Rated in the top 15 by US News in NC for the past couple of years and winning awards. The staff is professional, friendly, and not jaded like so many schools in our country. They want to send our kids off with skills, not just grades. Our introverted teenager started there in the middle of the freshman year, quickly accepted and befriended by many well adjusted well behaved kids and he loves it there. How often does a teenager love his school and going to it! I hear the same from many of the other teenagers. JMHS may not look that great in the ratings, but they are a hidden gem. We chose them after exhausted research before moving here from half way across the country and we have no regrets!

Submitted by a parent

March 28, 2009


This is a great school with a great mix of students. It does not get the credit it should!

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