2019

Students and staff take on night school

May 3, 2019

By Arlette Carino ’21 Students who did not earn passing grades in their classes first semester have to attend night school from February to March. Neha Singh, a freshman advisor and sophomore Chemistry teacher, believes […]

2019

Feel Good Friday

April 1, 2019

By Jaime Aguilar ’21 On Friday, March 22, sophomore students and teachers took part in an event called Feel Good Friday. This event was a day in which both students and teachers discussed the topic […]

2019

Stanford published Pritzker’s research

April 1, 2019

By Emily Gonzalez ’21 Chris Duncan, 11/12 grade Biology teacher, was published on March 4 in a bioRxiv article – the reprint server for Biology – referring to the work he and his students have […]

2019

Pritzker’s successful flower sale

March 18, 2019

By Citlaly Leyva ’21 Pritzker’s student government had a flower sale the week before Valentine’s Day and distributed the flowers on Valentine’s Day. Student government decided to do the sale to raise money for this […]

2019

Students at the pep rally

March 18, 2019

By Argenis Salgado ’21 Students and teachers from all grade levels gathered together in Pritzker’s gym for a pep rally on Feb. 8 to award the winter season teams. A pep rally is a meeting […]

2019

AP Spanish: Second entry test for sophomores

March 18, 2019

By Andrea Fajardo ’21 At Pritzker College Prep, sophomores are given the chance to take an online AP Spanish course. The first test was given out in advisory on Tuesday, Jan. 15. The second test, […]

2019

Pritzker Valentine’s dance: Students’ input

March 11, 2019

By Jazmin Bustamante ’21 The annual Valentine’s day dance took place in the cafeteria at Pritzker College Prep on Friday, Feb. 8 to celebrate in commemoration of St. Valentine. The history of Valentine’s Day dates […]

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