2018

Students’ feelings about Pritzker

May 30, 2018

By Nayeli Hernandez ’20 Pritzker College Prep, the home of the Jaguars, is quite a small school. And because of its small size, the Pritzker staff and students are like a family, everyone knows everyone, […]

2018

Binge Watch on a Waitlist

May 15, 2018

By Stephania Flores ’20 “One more episode and then I will start…” One hour later and still “One more episode.” You check the time. “Oh My God- it is getting late and I haven’t even […]

2018

Finals are coming

May 15, 2018

By Monica Soto ’20 Finals are coming up and they can be stressful, so it’s a good idea to prepare for them. Getting ready for finals can be hard if you prepare at the last […]

2018

“Say yes to the dress”

May 10, 2018

By Barbara Garcia ’18 Stores are getting crowded, girls are screaming, and hair and makeup appointments are pending. Did you guess what’s coming up? Yes! You’re correct it’s prom season. Have you ever wondered what’s […]

2018

Difficulties in Math: You Are Not Alone

May 10, 2018

By Ruben Soberanis ’19 During the time that students transition from grammar school math to high school math, things get fairly bumpy. One notices that math they start to learn does not add up in […]

2018

Quarter 4: How are students preparing?

May 10, 2018

By Bianca Feliciano ’20 It is finally quarter four, and it is time to conclude the year with good grades,  completed community service, and a smile. Quarter three grades were due on Apr. 7 at […]

2018

Taking a risk: Is it worth it?

May 10, 2018

By Nayeli Hernandez ’20 Risk. “A situation involving exposure to danger.” This is Google’s definition of a risk. A risk can be interpreted in many different ways by different people. So what do Pritzker students […]

2018

What does 2020 mean to sophomores?

May 10, 2018

By Mariah Villanueva ’20 The current sophomores, class of 2020, have about two more  years left until graduation.  Time will go by fast and soon the sophomores will become seniors. Graduating high school is a […]

2018

AP World sessions

May 10, 2018

By Laura Ocampo ’20 The school year is coming to an end, and AP World History students have to prepare for their AP exam. As a way to help students prepare, AP World History teachers […]

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