Sport Spotlights

Spotlight: Oscar Comas

May 24, 2016

By Karina Alvarez ’16 Oscar Comas, a junior, is in the Boys’ Varsity Baseball team. Comas has been on the team since his freshman year at Pritzker College Prep. Comas has been playing baseball since he […]

Movies

Zootopia: A household for animals

May 23, 2016

By Rosalia Lopez ‘18 Zootopia is another spectacular animation film created by the production of Walt Disney. Zootopia is an amazing PG animation movie to watch with family. One of the main casts includes Shakira, […]

News

IB vs. AP: Sophomores forced to choose

May 17, 2016

By Alva Chavez ‘17 Pritzker has been recently named an IB school. IB stands for International Baccalaureate. The non-profit educational foundation ensures that “intellectual, personal, emotional, and social skills needed to live, learn, and work […]

News

Physical Fitness Test 2016: How Did It Go?

May 17, 2016

By Irving Espinoza ’17 Across all Noble campuses, each high school holds an academic  and physical standard that every student must meet to be promoted to the next grade level. Students are required to pass […]

News

The struggle of AP

May 17, 2016

By Abril Pereznegron ’18   Have you ever wondered why many around you seem stressed? Well, there’s many reasons for stress, but for many at school, AP is to blame for. AP stands for “Advanced […]

News

Ready, Set… DODGEBALL

May 17, 2016

By Mylani Rivera ‘18         This year, teachers and staff wanted to do something different. They decided to start a dodgeball tournament. Students and advisers get a chance to compete against another advisory in a […]

News

Artificial Intelligence in Education

May 10, 2016

Analisa Burgos ’18   By reading the title you might be wondering “what is artificial intelligence?” Well, artificial intelligence is having computer systems perform tasks that usually would require human intelligence. An example of this […]

News

Juniors attend Noble College Fair

May 10, 2016

By Marlene Betancourt ’17 and Yomaira Herrera ’17 On April 12, junior students across the Noble Network attended a college fair at UIC Pavilion to get more information on different colleges.   At college fair, […]

News

CPS Teachers strike for a better education funding

May 10, 2016

By Mireya Aguilar  ’16   On April 1, the Chicago Teachers Union called for better education funding by walking out on a one-day march through the Loop. Thousands of teachers, supporters, and labor organizations marched […]

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