Varsity Volleyball girls defeated by Rauner

October 5, 2016

By Ariana Lopez ’18 The Varsity Volleyball team lost to the Rauner girls on what was called a “painful” game. The game took place at Pritzker from 5:30 p.m. to 7 p.m. on Oct. 5. […]


How well do you know Mr. Stroud?

October 4, 2016

    By Jonathan Rosales ’19 A new teacher has decided to join the Pritzker family for this school year. The new teacher’s name is  Torey Stroud. Stroud teaches U.S history for 11th graders. Stroud was […]


“Minority”: Thinking beyond the stereotype

October 4, 2016

By Starr Lewis ’18 Who defines words nowadays? Who gives labels and rankings to those who are below and above in our society? Who even defines who is above and below “us” citizens of the […]


Seniors attend Russian summer program

October 4, 2016

By Marlene Betancourt ’17 and Yomaira Herrera ’17 This summer, seniors had the opportunity to attend a Russian summer program at the University of Madison-Wisconsin or the University of Pittsburgh. These programs expose Pritzker students […]


Pritzker students attend Activities Fair

October 4, 2016

By Brian Serna ’19 and Atziri Tapia ’19 Students at Pritzker attended and collaborated at the Activities Fair in the lunchroom and gym during advisory. Students took a  look at any sports or clubs they […]

Fall Sports

Lady Jaguars brutally defeat Baker

October 4, 2016

By Ariana Lopez ’18 The girl’s Varsity Volleyball beat the Baker ladies on what turned out to be an immense win, on Sept. 12, at the Pritzker gymnasium. As the clock hit starting time, the […]


Online Art Gallery

October 4, 2016

By Alondra Obispo ’17 Do you have awesome artwork and want recognition for it? Well, what are you waiting for!? Take the moment right now to download the Art Amino app in your mobile device. […]

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Mother Clucker’s Kitchen: Home-cooked Southern food

October 4, 2016

By Analisa Burgos ’18 Mother Cluckers, known for its Southern cuisine, tastes like no other! The food is mouth-watering and eye pleasing. The decorations are simple and rustic, and the customer service is always up […]


Students attend a camping trip

October 1, 2016

     By Alexis Tellez ‘18 On October 2-3, a camping trip was held by Pam Johnson, the Dean of Culture. In the camping trip, students were encouraged spend the two day trip outdoors, where they got […]

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