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Spiritual Life

At Jupiter Christian School, spiritual life is a part of who we are and everything we do from academics and athletics to fine arts and community involvement. Our desire is to help move our students toward a growing relationship with Jesus that naturally flows into every area of their lives through Christ-centered, Biblically-based programs and age-appropriate opportunities.


We believe that it’s important to set aside intentional time for spiritual development throughout the week and our school year. At Jupiter Christian School, chapel is our flagship program for spiritual growth. At each level, students have opportunities to engage in age-appropriate, Christ-centered and student led worship that includes biblical preaching and teaching during our weekly chapels.

We believe that when students encounter Jesus for themselves, and take ownership over their faith, that their faith begins to flourish. From the earliest of ages, we believe student-led worship helps achieve this. Preschool through Elementary students are led by student worship leaders. Middle and High School students are led by their peers by our campus worship team. The campus worship team is comprised of students who have a love for the Lord, a passion for music, a heart to serve, and a desire to see God glorified here on the Jupiter Christian campus.


Jupiter Christian hosts many Bible studies throughout the week for students to further their understanding of the Bible and how it applies to their lives. Most studies are student-led under adult leadership, with an emphasis on Biblical understanding and real-life application. In these groups, students study the Bible, pray for each other, and discuss the challenges of life together. Middle and High School students will also participate in a yearly spiritual retreat.


As part of each student’s spiritual development, we also host regular outreach events, provide service opportunities, and organize mission trips to aid in each student’s spiritual growth. We partner with local, national, and international organizations to inspire students to be servant leaders and to put their faith into action.