2018

Life Lessons learned in college

May 30, 2018

By Citlalli Calderon ’18 While in college, paying close attention in classes could be important, however, there are some lessons college students may believe would come in handy. Especially real life lessons that could be […]

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

Sophomores on their road to success

March 14, 2018

By Briana Jimenez  ’18 Semester one just wrapped up a few weeks ago. Semester one, for most, is still an adjustment period as people adjust not only to their new grades but new classes. For […]

2018

Robo calls and its irritation

March 14, 2018

By Angel Zagal ’18 When you find your phone ringing and you answer only to find it’s a pre recorded message and not a real person, that’s a robocall. Robo calls have been on the […]

2018

Fortnite at Pritzker!

March 6, 2018

By Chris Ticas ’20 Have you heard of Fortnite? It is arguably one of the most known video games of the year, and 2017. Fortnite takes you to an immense island where you and 99 […]

Spotlights

Roger Torres: The Youtuber himself

February 27, 2018

By Kayla Cruz ’20 With an iced coffee in his hand and laughing so hard with his friends, junior Roger Torres can be seen at Dunkin’ Donut almost everyday after school. At Dunkin Donuts,  Torres […]

2017

Spotlight: David Martinez

May 9, 2017

By Jennifer Rivera ’17 David Martinez is a junior here at Pritzker College Prep. Martinez is currently taking IB classes and is also involved in the Baseball team this year. Before entering high school, Martinez […]

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 […]

Spotlights

Musically talented Mr. Pavloff

June 25, 2015

By Allan Macias ’17 Do you ever wonder why Mr Pavloff loves teaching choir? Your questions will be answered. Here is the story of Brian Pavloff. Brian Pavloff is a well-known person. He is  the […]