War Cry

  • December 12Johnathan Mosley is the 2019 recipient of the Lou Graza Award, given to the best prep football player in Palm Beach County.
  • December 6Pep Rally 12/13
  • September 27New season pass tickets for any Jupiter home game for any sport. $60 for the entire year.
  • September 122020 yearbooks on sale for $100 at www.yearbookordercenter.com

SGA holds annual door decorating contest

SGA holds annual door decorating contest

Story by: Addy Kondik

December 10, 2019

The halls of Jupiter High School have been transformed from a mundane row of wooden doors to a festive spectacle thanks to the Student Government Association’s annual door decorating contest.   The doors must be decorated by the end of the day on Dec. 11 and will be judged during first period o...

Dance Marathon putting on Holiday Movie Night

Dance Marathon putting on Holiday Movie Night

Story by: Addy Kondik

November 21, 2019

Dance marathon is showing “Elf” in the courtyard on Dec. 6 at 7 p.m. to raise money for Shands Miracle Network.  “Shands is the University of Florida’s hospital where all of the money raised goes to making life easier for those affected by health challenges,” senior and head of Dance M...

Blood drive held at Jupiter High School

Blood drive held at Jupiter High School

Story by: Nicole Christie

November 20, 2019

Jupiter High School hosted a One Blood blood drive on Nov. 19.  “The purpose of the blood drive is to get units of blood ready to go to patients for the holiday season, as this is our highest month of users and for our local hospitals,” Mitra Morgan, blood drive organizer, said.   Studen...

Baseball team raises funds for an expensive season

Baseball team raises funds for an expensive season

Story by: Kylie Ilhardt

November 9, 2019

Jupiter High's varsity baseball team is selling coupon books for $20 to raise funds in preparation for the 2020 season. Baseball is an expensive sport. The money raised from coupon books, in addition to money raised at the team's annual golf tournament fundraiser on Oct. 19, goes towards the cost of...

Jupiter High’s yearbook wins national award

Jupiter High’s yearbook wins national award

Story by: KC Barnes

November 8, 2019

Jupiter High School’s 2019 Chieftain yearbook has been honored as a 2020 CSPA Crown finalist, one of the top awards in the nation for student journalism.  The award is given to only 56 yearbooks across the U.S., and 1,145 publications were submitted for judging. “The award is from the Columbia Schol...

Jupiter High’s Homecoming pep rally starts off Spirit Week

Jupiter High’s Homecoming pep rally starts off Spirit Week

Story by: Addy Kondik, Kialah King, Vanessa Rios, and Kylie Ilhardt

October 28, 2019

  Homecoming week 2019 kicked off with a pep rally on Oct. 28 in Jupiter High’s gym. Students were encouraged to wear their class colors on Monday: seniors wore black, juniors wore green, sophomores wore yellow and freshman wore white. School spirit has increased this year compared to p...

Palm Beach County schools no longer offer free flu shot

Palm Beach County schools no longer offer free flu shot

Story by: Savannah Woods

October 27, 2019

Jupiter High School is no longer offering free flu shots to students.  With flu season quickly approaching, doctors are encouraging people to protect themselves by getting a flu vaccine. This means parents need to find new ways to vaccinate their children. “Flu vaccines can be administered at...

New hallway procedures for Jupiter High students

Story by: Savannah Woods

October 27, 2019

During class time at Jupiter High, students are required to walk with an adult hall monitor when leaving the classroom in non-emergency situations, such as going to the restroom or turning in a homework assignment to a teacher in another classroom.  For the next few weeks, the school will operate in a modified co...

Everything you need to know about this year’s Homecoming Spirit Week

Everything you need to know about this year’s Homecoming Spirit Week

Story by: Jasmin Rios

October 25, 2019

Jupiter High's Homecoming week kicks off Oct. 28 with a pep rally at the start of second period. To attend, students need a wristband, be performing at the pep rally or be on a fall sport. Students are encouraged to wear their class colors on Oct. 28 to start off Spirit Week. Freshmen wear white,...

Trick or Treat for UNICEF

Trick or Treat for UNICEF

Story by: Nicole Christie

October 23, 2019

The Jupiter Religious Coloration, ran by Samuel Hagenbuch,a physics teacher, is participating in trick-or-treat for UNICEF, where they collect money for children and mothers in different countries. Day-in day-out, this organization works in the world’s toughest places to reach the most vulnerable a...

SGA partners with Quantum House

SGA partners with Quantum House

Story by: Noah Mildner

September 24, 2019

Jupiter High’s SGA is partnering with the Quantum House, a local charity that supports families with young children receiving medical care to gather gently used items to be sold at a garage sale on Sept. 28. All proceeds from the garage sale will go to the Quantum House. The organization will...

Jupiter High’s first pep rally of the school year

Jupiter High’s first pep rally of the school year

Story by: Kialah King

September 13, 2019

Much to the delight of students and staff, the school's first pep rally was held on Sept. 18 in the gym during second period. Attendees cheered on their favorite fall sports' teams and were treated to performances by cheerleaders and band. Students had to have a writstband to enter; free wristband...

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