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2020

Junior events get canceled due to COVID-19

March 27, 2020

All junior events at Pritzker have been canceled to prevent students from being infected with the COVID-19.  Junior events such as the Russian Olympiada on March 14, Noble Network college fair on March 18, and  […]

2020

Pritzker students take Drivers Ed course

March 27, 2020

Pritzker students prepare for their drivers ed test in order to be able to get their permit and pass the driver’s license Illinois test. Pritzker offers the Drivers Ed course for sophomores through seniors. There […]

2020

Pritzker Designs Doors for Black History Month

March 23, 2020

Pritzker advisories support Black History Month by decorating their doors to represent strong African Americans over the years. All of the advisories had the chance to compete to see which door design is the best. […]

2020

Senior’s last time taking an AP test

March 23, 2020

Pritzker offers students the opportunity to take AP classes, also known as advanced placement classes, and this year, seniors will be taking AP tests for Government and Politics, Calculus, Statistics, Psychology, Computer Science, or English. […]

2020

Why the IB Program is ending

March 18, 2020

By Alondra Del Toro ’22 For the next school year, the  IB Program will no longer be available for rising juniors due to limited space, time, and resources.  IB classes are college-level and are done […]

2020

Students travel plans for Christmas

February 24, 2020

By Zitlalith Cortes ’20 Students at Pritzker have different plans for winter break. Many students plan to travel to different places over winter break, specifically over Christmas.  Christmas is a holiday which is meant to […]

2020

The JACL comes to Pritzker

February 14, 2020

By Josue Martinez ’22  The Japanese American Citizens League came to Pritzker on Tuesday to talk about Japanese internment camps and what the Japanese went through around the ’40s. Scott Dick, IB History of the […]

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