Jupiter High School
- Is the school accredited?
- What is the average class size?
- Are teachers certified?
- Is there a dress code?
- Does the school have opportunities for parent involvement?
- What sports are offered?
- Does the school provide accommodations for students with learning disabilities?
- Does JCS allow homeschool students to participate in sports or enroll in classes?
- Does JCS provide transportation?
Yes, we absolutely encourage parental involvement in many ways. Parents are welcomed at the school: involvement in our Parent Teacher Partnership, chaperoning field trips, helping in the cafeteria, being a room parent, helping in the office, or by taking home projects such as folding, labeling, and stuffing envelopes.
Currently, we offer 26 sports for our Junior Varsity and Varsity Teams. Approximately, 70% of Upper School students participate in JCS Athletics. For more information, please visit our athletics’ web page http://athletics.jupiterchristian.org/home
Yes, admission of a student at Jupiter Christian is based on prediction of their ability to handle a challenging academic curriculum. For this reason, before accepting or re-enrolling a student with any identified learning disability, the school must have current testing information, which will be reviewed by a committee prior to admission or re-enrollment to assess the possibility for success for the student. If the student is accepted or re-enrolled, the school will accommodate the student's learning needs through special services available to the student’s family by additional financial arrangement (in addition to accommodations available within the classrooms) provided the school has the availability and appropriate resources within that program.
Currently, JCS provides transportation service to and from Royal Palm Beach. This service is provide for a fee of $1500 annually. The Royal Palm Beach campus of Christ Fellowship located at 9905 Southern Boulevard will be our drop off and pick up location. This service was put in place following a school closing in Wellington and will continue to be offered as long as the need continues. Yearly, Jupiter Christian evaluates the need for transportation from other locations and will add should enough interest be shown