2018

Sophomores on their road to success

March 14, 2018

By Briana Jimenez  ’18 Semester one just wrapped up a few weeks ago. Semester one, for most, is still an adjustment period as people adjust not only to their new grades but new classes. For […]

2018

Robo calls and its irritation

March 14, 2018

By Angel Zagal ’18 When you find your phone ringing and you answer only to find it’s a pre recorded message and not a real person, that’s a robocall. Robo calls have been on the […]

2018

Handling peer pressure: Is it possible?

March 13, 2018

By Brandon Valladares ’18 “It’s just alcohol stop being a pu**y and drink it. Everyone here is doing it.“ You take a shot and dislike the taste but continue to drink it because you don’t […]

2018

Prom: What is our theme?

March 13, 2018

By Barbara Garcia ’18 Masquerade, Hollywood, or The Great Gatsby? Daniel Selan a calculus, algebra II, and senior council teacher takes initiative with prom every year. Senior council created a survey that went out to […]

2018

Juniors join Global Glimpse

March 13, 2018

By Abril Pereznegron ’18 As you may have heard, many of our juniors will be joining Global Glimpse in their mission of helping communities and creating global leaders. Global Glimpse is a program that allows […]

2018

How Do Freshmen Feel About Becoming Sophomores?

March 13, 2018

By Alexandra Garcia ’18 As of today, March 1, there are about three months and three weeks until current freshmen become sophomores. All freshmen have mixed feelings, whether to feel excited about moving on to […]

2017

New Environment, New Experiences

March 13, 2018

By Michelle Cruz ’20 Bryan Williams, who is a sophomore World History teacher and a junior Advisor, recently had an unforgettable trip to Thailand. Several students and teachers from Pritzker will be headed to Thailand […]

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