We are proud to be named one of Jacksonville’s “Best Places to Work” by the Business Journal for the second year. The students and families who we get to work with every day are the main reason we love coming to work!
3rd graders learned about the Galapagos Islands and built a model to bring their studies to life!
Pre-K 3 teacher Laurie Stayer pictured with Laila on her first day at JCDS and at her 6th grade graduation yesterday.
It’s the last full day of school, but Sharks never stop learning!
Congratulations to our 6th grade class of 2019! We are proud of your hard work and know that you will do great things. Go Sharks!
Congratulations to alum Emma Webster (‘13) for graduating from Episcopal! She will be studying psychology at Wake Forest this fall. We are very proud of Emma’s accomplishments and those of all of our alums this year!
Alum Libby Kellmanson (‘13) just graduated from the high school drama program at the University of North Carolina School of the Arts and was recognized as a member of National Honor Society and Cum Laude Society. She will be attending the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill in the fall. Congratulations, Libby!
We are proud of, and excited for, our 2019 6th grade graduates! We know that these young men and women of character are prepared for academic success. Go Sharks!
It’s the last dismissal at JCDS for these 6th grade students as they will be graduating tomorrow. We are proud of these young people of character and know that they are prepared for academic success!
“The reason I drew teachers is because all of the teachers at this school are amazing,” Claire, a 3rd grade student, wrote about her school flag design. She couldn’t be more right. Thank you to all of our amazing teachers for their hard work and dedication this school year!
Fifth grade Sharks had a well-deserved field trip to Camp Montgomery recently. In addition to team-building exercises, they played in Crystal Lake as a reward for all of their hard work this year. Exciting field trips are highlights of the learning experience at JCDS.
Students Zain and Saif shared treats with the JCDS staff in celebration of Ramadan. Both boys wanted to share their holiday with the JCDS community.