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Reflecting on the 2023-24 School Year at Jupiter Christian School

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JUPITER CHRISTIAN SCHOOL – As we prepare to close the chapter on another memorable school year at JCS, it’s a time of reflection and gratitude. From the bustling hallways and spirited classrooms to the vibrant displays of athleticism and faith, the 2023-24 school year has been one of significant growth and accomplishment.  

Looking back on this year, I see a mosaic of challenges and victories that have shaped not only my academic and athletic pursuits but also my personal development. The journey through high school is as much about finding ourselves as it is about getting good grades or winning games, and this year has been a testament to that journey. As we close the chapter on the 2023-24 school year, it’s time to reflect on our collective journey—a journey marked by personal growth, strengthened friendships, academic achievements, athletic triumphs, and a deepened faith. 

This year, as a sophomore at Jupiter Christian, I experienced firsthand the challenges and joys that come with balancing a demanding academic schedule as an athlete and member of SGA. It wasn’t always easy managing time between the classroom and the court, but the experience taught me valuable lessons about perseverance and prioritization. Many of my peers, fellow student-athletes, echoed this sentiment, finding that the struggle itself often paved the way for personal growth and achievement. Our school’s commitment to nurturing not only academic abilities but also individual talents has been more apparent than ever. Teachers and faculty members have gone above and beyond, offering their time, wisdom, and encouragement. They have tirelessly supported us in discovering our unique skills and following our callings—a mission deeply embedded in our school’s ethos. Their dedication is a constant reminder of the selflessness that stands at the core of our community. 

This year has been monumental in understanding the true value of friendships. The connections we’ve fostered have proven to be our biggest support system, helping us navigate through the ups and downs of high school life. Learning to forgive and move forward has strengthened these bonds, teaching us valuable lessons in empathy and kindness. Each of us has faced our own set of challenges, whether in the classroom, on the field, or at home. Overcoming these obstacles has taught us resilience. Our faith has been a guiding light in these times, providing not only solace but also a sense of community. It’s through prayer and reflection that many of us have found the strength to persevere and excel. 

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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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