2018

Sophomores learn about IB classes

February 27, 2018

By Gisselle Vargas ’20 The soon to be juniors had an important and informative big group on Tuesday, Jan. 30. Paige Moran, the Dean of Students, and Hadley Austin, 11 and 12 grade European History […]

2018

Pritzker Students and Staff Celebrate Spirit

February 27, 2018

By Samantha Ortiz ’20 The week before the scheduled winter dance, there was a Winter Spirit Week.  Which is normally a tactic to get everyone excited for the upcoming event. On Tuesday and Wednesday during […]

2018

Taking AP Spanish and its benefits for the future

February 27, 2018

By Zitlalith Cortes ’20 Many selected sophomores took the entrance AP Spanish test that determines whether or not students qualify to get into that class at Pritzker on Monday, Jan. 29. This is the first […]

2018

Drill Team Fundraiser to South Dakota

February 20, 2018

By Yaneet Rodriguez ’18 The Pritzker Drill Team had a fundraiser that started on Jan. 12 and ended on Jan. 31. The fundraiser was to help the drill team go to South Dakota. Anyone could […]

2018

Pritzker cheers on winter sports

February 20, 2018

By Jennifer Segura ’20 On Feb. 2, students from all grade levels gathered in the gymnasium for a pep rally celebrating the winter sports. Band students were playing upbeat music as smallpapers were being passed […]

2018

The Upcoming Illinois Primaries

February 6, 2018

By Ariana Lopez ’18 What is a Primary Election? The Primaries, alike previous elections, are a process of electing representatives for each party that will participate in the elections for available positions in that regarding […]

News

Pritzker holds a Know Your Rights night

January 30, 2018

By Barbara Garcia ’18 Pritzker held a Know Your Rights event on Nov. 7 from 6-7:30p.m. Know Your Rights is an educational event held to inform individuals of their rights were they to find themselves […]

2018

Gender Difference

January 30, 2018

By Lisbeth Valentin ’18 Women an interesting word that plays a insignificant role in society. Women are not considered strong nor intelligent enough to compete against males in society.  Women are expected to follow rules […]

2018

Aimee’s getting an education despite Pregnancy

January 23, 2018

By Sebastian Ortega 18’ Have you asked yourself if having a child will affect your education? Well here’s some advice from Aimee Pedroza, a 2013 Pritzker graduate. Aimee is attending the University of Illinois at […]

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