Jaguars Stomping Out Bullying

On Wednesday, October 25, the Jaguar family bonded to Stomp Out Bullying. Recognizing this effort by wearing orange, both students and staff agree that “Blowing out someone else’s candle doesn’t make yours shine any brighter” (Online Sense, 2017).

Collage created by Sue Degginger

2017/18 Laptop Program

What does my laptop fee cover? The $25 fee covers mechanical damages such as motherboards, memory, bad batteries, or hard drives. It does not cover the following: broken screens intentional damage by throwing it while in or out of your backpack spilling liquids on the laptop the dog chewing the battery cord sibling taking your…

Hall of Fame

Name Year Kelly Dillon 2003 Richard Ankiel 2003 Karen Geisenger 2003 Rupert Blackwood 2003 Larry Green 2003 Thetlan Detry 2003 Jason Casiano 2003 Nick Briley 2006 Darrell Wright 2007 Chris Young 2007 Mario Rinaldi 2008 Jon Coutlangus 2008 A.J. Rinaldi 2009 Brian Foster 2009 Habrews Josue 2009 George Keyzer 2010 Brian Sullivan 2010 Jason Harrison…

2018 Senior Activities

  Cost/Time/ Location   January 1, 2018 Cap & Gown $85 beginning January January 2018 to Graduation  Josten’s contact information Denise 321-242-2055 – phone 321-252-8828 – fax campussupplyfl.com January 12, 2018 Senior Meeting (Auditorium) 12:15 p.m February 20, 2018 Grad Bash Monies Due Currently $130 – working on additional fundraisers to lower price February 23,…

AICE Coming to Port St. Lucie High

The Advanced International Certificate of Education (AICE) is being offered for the first time at Port St. Lucie High during the 2017/18 school year. The AICE General Paper 8004 (English) will kick-start this international program. It is not your typical, traditional English class. Students will work with all types of literature such as poetry, drama,…

Dress Code for 2017/ 18

Students must wear: “School Appropriate” clothing, covering shoulders to knees. Collared, turtle neck, professional attire or official spirit shirts (clubs, academy, athletic, honor roll, blood drive, medical skills class scrubs and JROTC uniforms) of an appropriate length that have sleeves and do not reveal cleavage or midsection. Students may also wear a crewneck or high-cut…