The Future Agents

December 2, 2016

By Hector Lopez ’19 and Jonathan Rosales ’19 In late September of 2016, the FBI Explorers’ Program took a start. This program includes 12 sessions at the FBI building in Chicago, and they meet every […]


Large family every single day and night

December 2, 2016

By Jennifer Delgado ’17 Growing up, most of the kids’ TV shows we’d watch revolved around a protagonist’s hectic life with his or her large family. Little did we know, some of us would end […]


Plague Inc: The Perfect Plague

November 29, 2016

By Angel Zagal ’18 An app simulating a disease that spreads and evolves to wipe out humanity makes one want to evolve their disease as much as possible, and the app has great features. Plague […]

Club Spotlights

Core and Cardio

November 15, 2016

By Liliana Ramirez ‘18 Is exercise part of your daily life? Everyone knows that exercise is very important because it helps keep you healthy and maintain the body you want. Pritzker girls are taking a […]


Modern Day Heroes

November 15, 2016

By Guadalupe Garcia ’18 A hero is someone who is “admired or idealized for courage, outstanding achievements, or noble qualities,” according to  When you think of heroes, you might think of a man dressed […]

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Woodstock dominates Varsity Volleyball Lady Jaguars

November 8, 2016

By Alexander Correa ’18  On October 25 the lady jaguars competed  against Woodstock High School, also know as the Thunder, in the first round of IHSA playoffs. The game took place in Woodstock’s gymnasium which […]

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