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May 10, 2024

A Final Goodbye to the Class of 2024


JUPITER CHRISTIAN SCHOOL – As Jupiter Christian’s, Class of 2024, ends out their year. They get to reminisce on the past years that they have had together. Through the ups and downs of elementary, middle, and high school, these students have stuck it out and come together as a class to celebrate how far they have come. For some, senior year has been a blast. For others, it has been tougher. However, these past few weeks of school have been some of the best weeks of the senior class’ entire high school experience. From prom to senior skipping, every day is a new and exciting adventure with this class. The thought of leaving the people they have grown up with every day is hard to even think about.

Hopefully for all, leaving Jupiter Christian won’t be a ‘goodbye’, but it will be a ‘see-you-later’. As the days get faster and the year gets shorter, the senior class is thankful for every opportunity that Jupiter Christian School has given them. Friendships have been made with their classmates as well as with the teachers. According to Scorpio Robinson, “Some of my greatest friendships were made at this school, and I am so grateful for that!” The student body and faculty of Jupiter Christian School have been some of the greatest blessings that any student could have asked for. Because of this, the seniors will always be grateful.

Although it will be a sad goodbye to high school, the seniors still have several events that they get to look forward to. First, they get to partake in the Senior Walk and Senior Chapel. The next exciting thing they get to look forward to is Grad Bash at Universal Studios. Another exciting event coming is the Senior Trip. The seniors get to spend a week with each other before graduation and get closer to each other and reminisce on all the memories that have made their high school experience great. Overall, saying goodbye will be tough, but the memories and joy made throughout the year will always touch the hearts of each and every senior.

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Riley Tress
Riley Tress, Senior Section Coordinator
High School Yearbook Staff Senior Section Coordinator Class of 2024 Riley Tress, who is apart of the JCS graduating class of 2024, was born and raised in Florida. She enjoys fishing and going to the beach. Her plans after graduating include traveling the world, going into missions with YWAM, and then going into either cosmetology school or plumbing school when she gets back. Her favorite travel destination is California. She goes there almost every summer and visits the redwoods, surfs on the west coast, and does white water rafting. She loves watching football and her team is the Miami Dolphins. She is passionate about helping kids with down syndrome and autism. She works at an inner city after school program called Urban Youth Impact. Her favorite Bible verse is Matthew 5:16, "Let your light shine before others so that they may see your good works and give glory to your Father in heaven." Her faith has led her life by knowing that the peace of God guides her through everything.
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