Client Jupiter Christian School

Tragedy Turned into Opportunity

Jupiter, Florida

Founded in 1963, Jupiter Christian School has grown from humble beginnings to a K-12 school serving over 600 students. An original 1967, one-story, 13,000-SF building proved inadequate in size, features, and structural integrity after it was left severely battered by back-to-back hurricanes. However, the loss of the older structure provided opportunity to bring the school into the 21st century with a state-of-the-art replacement facility.

The Spanish Mission styled K-12 school complex is split into two phases, the first of which includes a 55,000-SF classroom building. It features 38 classrooms, two science labs, administrative offices, and conference rooms. Many of the classrooms contain multimedia features, and wifi is available throughout the campus.

The 30,000-SF phase II includes a cafeteria / auditorium combination space with a 600-student capacity, library, drama department, band room, art rooms and 17 additional classrooms.

At a glance

85,000 SF


Multimedia classrooms

Laboratory space

Cafeteria / Auditorium


Band, art, and drama spaces


Full architectural design