Alumni

Jaclyn Daily
Class of 2004

1. What was your favorite memory from Unity?

The first thing that comes to mind is a talent show where almost all of the teachers were involved. It was the grand finale, and they all came out in crazy costumes and danced. My friends and I laughed so hard, and I remember it was the best way to end the school year.

2. What do you think was the most valuable thing you learned at Unity?

The most valuable thing I learned from Unity School is how to handle daily stress and conflict. It can be through a “heart lock-in” to calm down when I am upset or writing down my feelings and doing a burn bowl to release negative thoughts. I truly believe the values that Unity teaches every day in the classrooms helped shape who I am as a person today.

3. Was there a teacher who made an impact on your life?

There were many teachers who made an impact on my life at Unity School, one of whom still works at Unity to this day. Coach Sharon was always a safe place for me to go to when I was upset, and she instilled Unity’s virtues both on and off the court. She is an incredible coach and mentor! She not only teaches her students about sports but also how to respect others and be a good person.

4. What advice would you give to the current Unity students?

Unity is an amazing community, but it is also a family. The friendships you make will last a lifetime. My best friend is someone I met in toddler at Unity School, and this year our children became little Mustangs together. Not only are your friends amazing, but your teachers at Unity will also always be there for you. There are many previous teachers and staff at that I still talk to frequently, and I know they will always be shoulders to lean on.

5. Why did you choose Unity to work for?

Unity has always been a second family to me. So, when I went to school to be a teacher, I always dreamed of moving back home to Florida and working at the school that made such a positive impact on my life. Once I graduated and had moved back, I received a message from Coach Sharon saying there was an open position. The rest is history!

6. Anything else you would like to add?
Unity will forever be my happy place. I feel extremely blessed to work somewhere that feels like home. It is incredible to think that not only did I get to grow up here, but now I get to teach here and help impact my students’ lives in similar ways. I’m so grateful to work alongside the most incredible colleagues who have become my good friends. The only place I want to be is at Unity School!

Yoo-Hoo! Would love to hear from you!?

Honors, Awards, Graduations, Weddings, Births, Relocation, New Employment, Going Back to School, Extraordinary Community Service…..we would love to hear about it!

Please update your contact information by emailing alumni@unityschool.com. Visit our campus when you are in town.  It is looking better than ever!

We would love to have you join us at any time that year for the exciting series of events being planned.  But we need your current address, phone and e-mail to keep you informed. This year promises to be another exciting year for Unity School.

Please email Events Director, Gena Vacha at gvacha@unityschool.com for more information.

Looking forward to hearing from you soon!

Where are our graduates?

Unity Students are admitted to their top choice high schools. Once there, they are flourishing–when visiting area high schools we regularly hear: “We love Unity students!”

American Heritage School
Atlantic Community High School
Atlantic IB
Boca Raton High School
North Broward Preparatory School
Oxbridge High School
Saint Andrew’s School
Saint John Paul II Academy
Spanish River High School

Upcoming Events at Unity School...

You are always welcome to attend  Unity’s sports events and musical productions.  As an alum of the school, you will be so proud of what today’s students are achieving, keeping the reputation of your education strong!  Please check this website for current sports listings and concert schedules each season.