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Spring Break Reflections: Recharging for the Final Stretch


JUPITER CHRISTIAN SCHOOL – As Jupiter Christian School students and faculty transition back into their academic routines after spring break, the significance of this well-timed hiatus is undeniable. Last week’s break was not just a break from our daily grind but a strategic pause, providing everyone with the opportunity to recharge, reconnect, and refocus. As we embark on the fourth quarter of the school year, this period of rest has set the stage for a strong finish, academically and athletically. 

Academically, the final quarter is a critical time. For many students, especially those in DE and AP courses, it represents a year’s hard work and the final push before exams. The rest and relaxation afforded by spring break have allowed students to return with a clearer mind and renewed focus, ready to tackle the challenges ahead. This refreshed perspective is crucial as they dive back into studies, complete projects, and prepare for the important exams that lie ahead. The break has provided an opportunity to reflect on past achievements and areas for improvement, setting clear goals for the final stretch of the academic year. 

For spring sports teams at JCS, the break came at a pivotal moment. Athletes have returned to their sports rejuvenated, ready to dive into the heart of the season with clear heads and determination. This rest period is essential for physical recovery, allowing athletes to heal from the wear and tear of training and competition. With their batteries recharged, teams are now poised to tackle the remaining matches, meets, and tournaments with a level of energy and enthusiasm that only a rejuvenating break can provide. The camaraderie developed during the break, whether through team trips or simply spending time together off the field, will undoubtedly translate into stronger team dynamics and performances. 

In essence, spring break was a crucial investment in our community’s mental, emotional, and physical well-being. As we move forward, it’s clear that this investment will pay off by propelling the JCS community toward a successful and fulfilling conclusion to the school year. Let’s embrace this final stretch with the same energy and passion that we brought back from our break, finishing strong together. 

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Adriana King
High School Yearbook Staff Student Journalist Class of 2026
Adriana King is a sophomore at Jupiter Christian School. Her graduation year is 2026. She grew up in Maryland and moved to Florida in 2021. Over the years Adriana has done tennis, softball, soccer, dance, martial arts and volleyball. She enjoys spending time with her family as well as hanging out with friends. Adriana also enjoys going to the beach and reading various books. She intends on going to the University of Miami for college and studying law. Adriana would love to go to Greece one day. She has two cats, Glenn and Gary. Baseball is her favorite sport to watch, go Nats! Adriana is also passionate about ending animal testing. She is involved with Place of Hope in Florida, helping contribute to their mission to foster care and support for children and families in crisis. Adriana’s favorite Bible verse is Matthew 6:34, which says, Therefore do not be anxious about tomorrow, for tomorrow will be anxious for itself. Sufficient for the day is its own trouble.” Her faith guides her life by casting her anxiety on God. An interesting fact about Adriana is that she has flown a plane before.
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