We had a great time in April at the Country Club of Jackson celebrating our Denim and Diamonds Drawdown. Thanks to our generous donors and sponsors, notably our presenting sponsors BlueCross and BlueShield of Mississippi and WJTV, we were able to surpass last year’s fundraising total! This event is critical to our efforts, and we […]
We understand your child’s language
All children need a voice. When facing difficulties with speech and language, they deserve professional services designed to help them communicate effectively. At Magnolia Speech School, students are given a curriculum tailored to their specific needs. By offering early intervention, extensive resources, and a nurturing community, we give families the tools to help their kids succeed.
Something fun is always happening at Magnolia Speech School!
Magnolia Speech School welcomes volunteers from the Junior League of Jackson as they host this 5 day camp for our students, using art and literacy to fully engage the students in active, fun learning.
Jun 29 @ 8:00 am
Last Day of School! Students dismiss at 11:30 a.m. No afternoon child care is provided. Thanks for a great 2017-2018 school year!
Magnolia Speech School is Where Hope Speaks for children with speech and language disorders.
“Our daughter was diagnosed with apraxia of speech, a condition that makes it difficult to speak. Luckily we found a school built just for children like her — Magnolia Speech School. The specialized classroom instruction and speech therapy services she receives have helped her become a confident, happy girl as well as a great conversationalist!”
– Scott & Maggie Jones, parents of Jane Helen
We enjoyed a beautiful day at Annandale on Monday, May 14, for our Magnolia Speech School Golf Tournament to benefit the children of our school. We appreciate everyone who turned out and congratulate our winners, pictured here, from Mascagni Wealth Management: Carter Mascagni, Collin Mascagni, Nate McIntosh, and Austin Brown.
The first lady of Mississippi, Deborah Bryant, helped the children celebrate Halloween and pajama spirit day by reading “Creepy Carrots.”