• October 1Seniors need to take senior portraits at Prestige Portraits by Nov. 1
  • September 27New season pass tickets for any Jupiter home game for any sport. $60 for the entire year.
  • September 122020 yearbooks on sale for $75 at www.yearbookordercenter.com

Jupiter High’s Interact Club collects donations for Bahamas

Jupiter High’s Interact Club collects donations for Bahamas

Story by: Breanna Leary

September 20, 2019

Hurricane Dorian hit the Bahamas as a Category 5 storm on Sept. 1 and left thousands homeless and stranded on islands with little access to water, food and power. Jupiter High's Interact Club has been collecting donations for the people in need. English teacher Carrie Andersen is the sponsor of the...

Senior class president outlines her goals for this school year

Senior class president outlines her goals for this school year

Story by: Addison Kondik

August 30, 2019

Senior class president Lily Tardonia said she is looking forward to taking school spirit to the next level. “One of my biggest goals as president is to have the students be more involved and engaged in school spirit,” Tardonia said. Tardonia said she is all about doing things the “Warrior...

Teacher Profile: Stephen Germana

Teacher Profile: Stephen Germana

Story by: Noah Mildner

August 29, 2019

Whether it's the Art-Rock he has playing in the background of his classroom, the way he stares at you from behind his desk or his all-black wardrobe, when students walk into Stephen Germana’s class, they can instantly tell his course is not like any they have taken before. An accomplished artist...

How to navigate the college application process

How to navigate the college application process

Story by: Kylie Ilhardt

August 29, 2019

As seniors wave goodbye to their last high school summer, they now face the extensive, often exhausting, college application process. From test scores to community service hours to lengthy college essays, it takes significant perseverance to apply to your dream colleges. Here are a few tips to help...

Jason Dobuler: a young screenplay writer

Jason Dobuler: a young screenplay writer

Story by: Katie Hiebert

April 10, 2019

Jupiter High freshman Jason Dobuler won the Palm Beach Student Showcase of Films Screenwriting Award on April 5 for his screenplay “An Odorless Ordeal.” "An Odorless Ordeal”  is a comedy about a shy, high school boy who lives in a society in which the sense of smell is forbidden. However, the...

Two Parkland students and one Sandy Hook father gone due to suicide

Two Parkland students and one Sandy Hook father gone due to suicide

Story by: Nia Devenyi

April 9, 2019

In the span of just one week, two survivors of the Marjory Stoneman Douglas shooting in Feb. of 2018 and one father whose six-year-old daughter died in the Sandy Hook Elementary massacre in Dec. of 2012 have committed suicide. One of the two Marjory Stoneman Douglas students who survived the shooting...

Katherine Carter: From the volleyball court to the runway

Katherine Carter: From the volleyball court to the runway

Story by: Kendall Baer

April 9, 2019

Jupiter High senior Katherine Carter had her runway modeling debut in London and Paris for each city’s Fashion Week. Carter walked for big-name designers, including Yves Saint Laurent and Chanel. “My experience in Paris was unreal,” Carter said. “I got to see things and do things I never thought...

Jupiter High’s Art Pathfinder to attend Milwaukee Institute of Art and Design with a $100,000 scholarship

Jupiter High’s Art Pathfinder to attend Milwaukee Institute of Art and Design with a $100,000 scholarship

Story by: Lindsey Fine

March 28, 2019

This year’s Pathfinder nominee for Art, senior Melanie Cilella, was recently admitted to the prestigious Milwaukee Institute of Art and Design, her ideal school since sophomore year, with a sizable $100,000 scholarship for their class of 2023. “I was so surprised, excited and humbled when I opened...

From scary situation to learning moment

From scary situation to learning moment

Story by: Sydney Peters

February 21, 2019

In the summer of 2015, a regular sandbar day for Mary Jane Bunn, known as M.J. to her friends, went terribly wrong. Bunn is a lover of the water and spends her free time at the beach and in the ocean. She learned how to drive a boat at just eight years old, and the sandbar is her favorite place to go...

Jupiter High student receives first place prize for Palm Beach Dramaworks

Jupiter High student receives first place prize for Palm Beach Dramaworks

Story by: Lilly Grella

February 21, 2019

Senior Adriana Beltrano won a performance of her written play, a publication and a cash prize of $250 for the 2018 Palm Beach Dramaworks Young Playwrights competition for ten-minute plays.   The winners were chosen by a panelist of eight professional playwrights and theatre practitioners over...

Puerto Rican restaurant La Placita opens in Miami

Puerto Rican restaurant La Placita opens in Miami

Story by: Gaby Chacon

January 23, 2019

Puerto Rican restaurant La Placita opened its doors to the public on Jan. 1. This Miami take on Puerto Rican cuisine is co-owned by Latin American TV star Julián Gil and notable Miami chef and restaurateur José Mendín. The hours of operation are Tues. to Sun. from 3 p.m. to 10 p.m. and is located...

Missy Franklin dives off the block for the last time

Missy Franklin dives off the block for the last time

Story by: Katie Hiebert

December 20, 2018

Missy Franklin plans to retire from competitive swimming at age 23 due to chronic shoulder pain. The swimmer won four gold medals at the 2012 London Olympics and won another gold at the 2016 Rio Olympics. Franklin started swimming when she was five years old, setting records in her age groups at the ...

The Student News Site of Jupiter Community High School
Features