We were recommended the school from a patron of our Church (Christ Fellowship) two years ago and we are really pleased with the way our daughter has been tutored. Although not many children in her class she has made some good friends, which has been great over such a long break!! Miss Jackie on reception
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Posted by a parent on 07/02/13
My son and daughter both go to Jupiter Christian School. My son took a while to settle in but after being there for 7 months he is very happy. our daughter settled in within a month and is also very happy. On the downside we had a re-enrollment fee ($1050) for the two of them that i feel should have
... Read more been included in the school fees but otherwise we are glad we moved our children there. We have come to like the President Dr Colman and found his methods logical and measurable which is a good thing in today's day and age. My son has joined the drama classes and performed in a play they put on recently, a year ago he would not have had the confidence, thank you. Some reviews here do not appear to be of the same school that we have come to know and respect but you can not please every body I suppose. Special mention for Mr Vorlicky, Mrs Hrynkiw and Mrs Loud you have all played a major part in our children's welfare and bringing out their true personality. Oh and Mr Powers you really are scary but very well respected for good reason. Go Eagles! Read less
Posted by a parent on 05/06/13
I'm not impress with the school at all. Academically? you can take your child to almost any public school in Jupiter and those schools will offer you the same or better curriculum and , of course, a lot better extra curriculum. Socially? The kids have their own groups and if your child is lucky
... Read more enough she /he will be accepted by those groups. We experienced behaviors such as teasing, taunting, and intentional exclusion. Talking to administrators , teachers and parents,didn't change the situation at all. Christianity? They can pray, they can teach it, they can go to church, but their own heart don't seem to be lead and guide by the spirit of God. Any good about this school? The location, the building itself, the gym, and also few good teachers. Read less
Posted by a parent on 03/15/13
Great teacher involvement. Academically good. Christian education. Honors and AP classes. National Honor Society. Zero tolerance for drugs and alcohol. Our kids love it there. We have one who is very strong academically and is succeeding in AP and honors classes. We have another child who struggles a
... Read more bit and the teachers are always attentive and meet with us or email us if there is any problem. No bullying policy. Students who do not act appropriately are asked to leave. Read less
Posted by a parent on 11/03/12
I have been going to JCS for 6 years now and have enjoyed being there. I think it needs some better equipment but I guess you can say that about most schools. We have a lot of new teachers this year and the ones I have are OK, I lost a friend who went to another school this term and she hates where she
... Read more has gone and is coming back after Christmas so JCS must be quite good ;0) School dinners suck most days but we do get Chick-Fil-a here every week. I really like the computer lab and the iMac's are really cool.We also have iPads coming soon. I like the fact that I know everyone in my grade and a lot of other kids which I dont think I would in a bigger school. We need more good looking guys please! Read less
Posted by a other on 08/31/12
We have 2 boys and a girl attending JCS.Since Dr Jim Coleman took over as President he has started implementing a better ( we feel) focus on academia. He has also managed to bring in better qualified tutors while maintaining the Christian values we hold so dear. Dr Coleman is certainly raising the bar
... Read more here! I would have no problem recommending Jupiter Christian School to anyone. Read less
Posted by a parent on 08/08/12
Jupiter Christian School has turned the corner as far as we are concerned as a local Christian family. We have two daughters now attending the school and were introduced via Christ Fellowship. It was the best move we could have made, both daughters are happy and within 3 weeks of starting last April
... Read more had more friends than 3 years at their old school in WPB. They may not have as many amenities as larger schools but we love their core values, they are more important to us. Their new President, Dr Coleman, seems to be making changes for the better. We have only been here a short time but we KNOW we made the right decision for our children. God Bless. Read less
Posted by a parent on 08/08/12
My 3 sons attended JCS for 15 years combined. They were very prepared for college and all will graduate with honors. The faculty is very caring and the admin team wants the best for each student. My kids love JCS and hope it will not change its values! Great sports program with loving coaches!
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Posted by a parent on 06/13/11
For a Christian School which incorporates christianity into every subject it suprisingly has students who behave immorally. The bullying and caddy behaviour my child endured at this school was not acceptable and I wish it were handled better by teachers and staff. It is not a warm and friendly atmosphere,
... Read more smaller class sizes than public school but academically comparable. I was told by other parents about having the same issues at this school but unfortunately had to experience it myself. My child is now secure in his new school and excelling beyond any means of this school. Read less
Posted by a parent on 04/17/11
My son has been at JCS for three years. The foundation of the school is its leadership of president and principals that has built a faculty that knows each student and their situation on an individual level. The faculty cares and goes out of their way to make sure the child succeeds. You can tell
... Read more how the kids feel about it by the way that they choose to stay around campus after school for any extracurricular activty. The academics have made great strides and are very strong. The athletic programs are also excellent. The school makes the entire family feel welcome to be part of each year. We wouldn't go anywhere else. Read less
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Jupiter schools — Jupiter Christian School is located at 700 S Delaware Blvd, Jupiter FL 33458. 700 S Delaware Blvd is in the 33458 ZIP code in Jupiter, FL Jupiter Christian School is a Private school that serves grade levels PK - 12.
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