Culture

Part time jobs: school year vs. summer time

November 1, 2016

By Jennifer Delgado ’17 Many kids are introduced to money when they are told to do chores in exchange for allowances, or simply given as birthday presents or rewards for accomplishments. Since then, they would […]

Culture

The start of IB

November 1, 2016

By Briana Jimenez  ’18 IB stands for International Baccalaureate. Now, many may wonder, “what exactly is IB?” According to the IB organization website, “International Baccalaureate (IB) is a non-profit educational foundation offering four highly respected […]

2016

College Life ’16

November 1, 2016

By Jackie Martinez ’18 and Lisbeth Valentin ’18 College is an adventurous obstacle. It’s the place you start to discover yourself as humans. A college schedule is extremely different than a high school schedule. You […]

Culture

Calm Classroom Benefits

November 1, 2016

By Hernan Bueno ’18 and Sebastian Ortega ’18   Should calm classroom be something that is done everyday? Will our life be less stressful without it? What do students and teachers have to say about […]

Culture

Athletes and their superstitions

October 25, 2016

       By Oscar Comas ’17   Picture yourself in the super bowl. One game elimination. Win or go home. Millions of fans are watching from around the world. You could feel the pressure some of the […]

Spotlights

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 […]

Spotlights

Creativity of the mind

July 20, 2016

By Ariana Lopez ’18 Genesis Brioni is a senior in Nicole Amato’s advisory. She is an art loving, mango enthusiast. Her favorite hobbies are drawing, singing, and playing the piano. Brioni said that as a […]

Spotlights

All about Michelle Perez

May 24, 2016

By Angel Olanda ’17 She is hardworking, has an awesome sense of humor, and a loving heart. Some might know her by her amazing makeup skills, others by her bubbly smiles. Junior Michelle Perez is […]

Spotlights

What is Teach for America?

May 24, 2016

By Stephanie Valencia ‘17   Have you ever stood next to a teacher’s door, looked at their name tag, and noticed a line stating “Teach for America” and then the city they did TFA in? […]

Spotlights

Sarah Cross’ path of life

April 9, 2016

By Diana Gomez ’19, Dania Herrera ’19, and Styles Pinkston ’19    The whistle blows and the piercing sound of it bounces off the walls of the gym. Right away, students sprint across the gym. […]

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