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  • Project Graduation chicken dinner fundraiser deadline extended to Friday, April 20

  • Congratulations to JHS state-champion cheerleaders who finished fourth in the nation.

  • All sports and clubs info available via Edline in the calendar section

  • 2018 yearbooks on sale for $100 (cash or check to room 4203)

France’s annual Dîner en Blanc still a secret

France’s annual Dîner en Blanc still a secret

Story by: Amanda Mikulski

April 13, 2018


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The invitations have been sent out for this year’s Dîner en Blanc in France. Different from most events, the location of the elaborate dinner is secret until the last minute. Nearly 30 years ago, François Pasquier and a handful of friends launched Le Dîner en Blanc de Paris which now assembles...

Warriors travel the globe for Spring Break

Warriors travel the globe for Spring Break

Story by: Olivia Servideo

April 10, 2018


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Jupiter High students and teachers made their spring break a memorable one by traveling the world. Junior Sara Fraker took a five-day cruise over the break, visiting the islands of Jamaica and Haiti. She went zip-lining and rode jet skis around Haiti, and in Jamaica, she snorkeled the beautiful coral...

Orange Theory partners with Augie’s Quest to support ALS treatment and research

Orange Theory partners with Augie’s Quest to support ALS treatment and research

Story by: Sydney Peters

April 9, 2018


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During the months of Feb. and March, Orange Theory Fitness held a fundraiser at all their gym locations worldwide to find a cure for Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis (ALS). They raised nearly two million dollars and donated it directly to Augie’s Quest Foundation. Augie’s Quest is an organization t...

1000 North opens along Jupiter waterfront

1000 North opens along Jupiter waterfront

Story by: Olivia Servideo

February 28, 2018


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The newest addition to Jupiter fine dining has finally opened. This waterfront restaurant, 1000 North, had their “soft opening” on Jan. 30 to rave reviews from diners. The restaurant’s partners include former NBA star Michael Jordan, golf legend Ernie Els and Terlato Wines CEO Bill Terlato. ...

Shepard Fairey creates a monumental day for Jupiter

Shepard Fairey creates a monumental day for Jupiter

Story by: Kate Novak

February 20, 2018


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On Monday, Dec. 4 world famous artist Shepard Fairey painted a mural for the Perry J. Cohen Wetlands Laboratory on the bank of Jupiter High’s retention pond, a long-awaited moment for supporters of the project. “Getting to see it all put together like this fills me with warmth,” Perry Cohen’s...

Peyton Marion: back in a straight line

Peyton Marion: back in a straight line

Story by: Kate Novak

February 20, 2018


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On Dec. 18, Jupiter High junior Peyton Marion received long-awaited surgery for scoliosis. Marion was 16 when he was diagnosed with scoliosis— an abnormal curvature of the spine. Marion’s case was congenital; a spinal vertebrae failed to fully develop before he was born. As a result, Marion’s...

The acceptance that went viral

The acceptance that went viral

Story by: Jordan Elmaleh

February 19, 2018


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A video of Alex and Ayrton Little went viral after the two were accepted to Harvard and Stanford University just a week apart from each other. The video shows the brothers sitting in front of a laptop surrounded by classmates from T.M. Landry College Prep in Baton Rouge, LA anxiously waiting on their ...

Susan G. Komen Race for the Cure raises money for cancer research

Susan G. Komen Race for the Cure raises money for cancer research

Story by: Sydney Peters

February 12, 2018


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On Jan. 27, thousands of people lined up to participate in the 27th annual Suzan G. Komen Race for the Cure at Meyer Amphitheater in West Palm Beach. The 5K race celebrates local breast cancer survivors and remembers those who lost their battle to cancer. This year’s goal was to raise one million dollars...

Gaylord Palms transforms meeting hall into a winter wonderland

Gaylord Palms transforms meeting hall into a winter wonderland

Story by: Sydney Peters

January 17, 2018


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During the month of Dec. the Gaylord Palms Resort in Orlando, Fla. is covered in over two million bright lights and acres of holiday decorations. All 400,000 square feet of the Gaylord’s convention center is decorated and transformed into holiday activities that people from all over Fla. come to experience. “Christmas...

Palm Beach Holiday Boat Parade

Palm Beach Holiday Boat Parade

Story by: Paige Jankowski

December 19, 2017


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Marine Industries Association of Palm Beach County (MIAPBC) hosted their 23rd annual holiday boat parade on Dec. 2 starting at 6 p.m. The parade began on the Intracostal Waterway of North Palm Beach (NPB) and arrived in Jupiter around 8 p.m., ending in front of the Jupiter Inlet Lighthouse. To participat...

Powerful accusations against powerful men

Powerful accusations against powerful men

Story by: Savannah Carr

December 1, 2017


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After the first accusation of sexual misconduct against Harvey Weinstein, a major Hollywood producer, in Oct. women (and men) have been coming forward with accusations against multiple powerful men, including Kevin Spacey, Louis C.K, Charlie Rose, Al Franken, Roy Moore and most recently Matt Lauer. Matt...

No-Shave November

No-Shave November

Story by: Juliette Day

November 29, 2017


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Every year, Jupiter High teachers and students participate in No-Shave November, also known as “Movember,” to raise awareness for the treatment and prevention of prostate cancer. For the entire month of November, men participate by growing out their mustaches and beards, and women or “Mo-si...

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