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Students’ Ideas on the process of big group

January 31, 2017

By Marco Estrada ’19 Something that the Pritzker community focuses on is unity through advisory. Every few weeks there is something called big group. Big group is when all the advisories group up to discuss […]

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Glam club equals glam power

December 6, 2016

By Adamaris Reyes ’19 When you think of Glam club, what comes to mind? Is it makeup brushes, lipsticks, or black liquid eyeliners? Whatever it is, Glam club is more than just learning how to […]

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Ulises Goes to States!

December 6, 2016

By Hernan Bueno ’18 Ulises Bautista is a senior on the Pritzker Cross Country team. Bautista began running for the Cross Country team his sophomore year and became captain of the boy’s team this year. […]

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Band students take on honors program

December 6, 2016

By Dania Herrera ‘19 This year, Pritzker College Prep decided to add an honor programs for some of the electives including band. The honors band program became a program for any student who currently has […]

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The Future Agents

December 2, 2016

By Hector Lopez ’19 and Jonathan Rosales ’19 In late September of 2016, the FBI Explorers’ Program took a start. This program includes 12 sessions at the FBI building in Chicago, and they meet every […]

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Large family every single day and night

December 2, 2016

By Jennifer Delgado ’17 Growing up, most of the kids’ TV shows we’d watch revolved around a protagonist’s hectic life with his or her large family. Little did we know, some of us would end […]

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Modern Day Heroes

November 15, 2016

By Guadalupe Garcia ’18 A hero is someone who is “admired or idealized for courage, outstanding achievements, or noble qualities,” according to dictionary.com.  When you think of heroes, you might think of a man dressed […]

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Chicago goes BIG!

November 1, 2016

By Angel Olanda ’17 The famous Chicago skyline we all know and love is set to change in the year 2019. Chicago is known for building tall and the upcoming Vista Tower is just another […]

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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 […]

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