Junior Residents

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Donors Dive In: Three generations of families make waves and impact Bolles swimming

Donors Dive In: Three generations of families make waves and impact Bolles swimming

Members and friends of the Tarver family were the first to jump into Bolles’ new pool, named the Tarver Pool, in honor of Jack Tarver, grandfather of Missy Pearson, who, with her husband, Josh Pearson, has five children who graduated from or are attending The Bolles School. The Tarver family’s generous gift made the pool […]

Troop 35 Celebrate 100 Years

Troop 35 Celebrate 100 Years

With high spirits, Troop 35 Scouts and adult leaders defied a blustery Nor’easter morning as they prepared for and celebrated Troop 35’s 100th Anniversary and Scout Sunday Celebration at Southside United Methodist Church of Jacksonville, Florida. Tasty refreshments included a delightful menu of donuts, fruit, juice, and a coffee bar. Displays of Troop Memories & […]

The Wolfpack finishes best season yet, make quarter finals in lacrosse

The Wolfpack finishes best season yet, make quarter finals in lacrosse

On April 12, the Varsity Girls Lacrosse team of Samuel Wolfson School for Advanced Studies finished their best season in the school’s history by defeating Paxon in the district quarterfinals hosted at Wolfson. The game made for a total of seven wins and five losses for the team in the 2021 season. This was a […]

Taylor Richardson is reaching for the stars

Taylor Richardson is reaching for the stars

At only 17 years old, Taylor Richardson has already impacted the local community, the country, the world. She aspires to someday impact space.        Taylor is determined to visit Mars. “A little Black girl walking around in an astronaut’s suit saying she wants to go to Mars was a very lofty dream. But she is doing […]

Jasmyne Roberts Named Florida Dairy Farmers Class 4A Girls Player of the Year

Jasmyne Roberts Named Florida Dairy Farmers Class 4A Girls Player of the Year

Jasmyne Roberts, BK Class of ’21 received a new title on Tuesday, March 16, Florida’s Best in Class 4A girls’ basketball.  Roberts is committed to play basketball for the University of Miami in the Fall. Roberts transferred to BK as a sophomore and has been the starting guard since 10th grade. Roberts stated, “I love playing guard […]

Spartan girls win 10th consecutive state soccer championship trophy

Spartan girls win 10th consecutive state soccer championship trophy

On Wednesday, March 3, the girls’ varsity soccer team of St. Johns Country Day School won their 10th consecutive state championship trophy. The Spartans 6-0 defeat of Ft. Myers’ Canterbury School began when St. Johns scored two goals in the first two minutes of the game. By the half, Mia Sadler ‘21 had scored twice […]

Barksdale, Delong and Dora win Episcopal Science Fair

Barksdale, Delong and Dora win Episcopal Science Fair

Sally Barksdale, Daniel Delong and Miranda Dora were the winners of the Science Fair held at Episcopal School of Jacksonville in late January. Barksdale took home top honors in the senior biological category with a project titled, “Machine learning to predict cancer treatments with genetic biomarkers. Delong and Dora both took top honors in the […]

St. Paul’s-Riverside students win awards at regional science fair

St. Paul’s-Riverside students win awards at regional science fair

Two middle school students from St. Paul’s Catholic School-Riverside bagged first- and third-place awards in two categories at the Northeast Florida Regional Science and Engineering Fair (NEFRSEF) during virtual awards on Feb. 23. Sixth-grader Marco A. Chua won first place in Medicine and Health with his project titled, “Stop Cross-Contact: How Proper Washing of Shared […]

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