On high school campuses across the country, there are students concerned with what is happening around them — students who are interested in politics and government, foreign affairs, the law, and education. The Junior State of America (JSA) was created by and for these students. Since its inception in 1934, more than 500,000 student members […]
Starting a chapter Starting a JSA chapte requires patience, dedication, and hard work, but the rewards are tremendous. A successful Junior State chapter can bring political education and involvement to an apathetic high school campus and have a huge effect on many individuals’ lives. JSAZ has student leaders ready to help you form a chapter. […]
Here you can look at photographs taken throughout the year at JSA events. The majority of these photos are taken by students to remember their own personal experiences with JSA, and we appreciate and encourage students to send in their own pictures that they wish to be added to this page.