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  • December 18EHS will be holding its first Lit Café of the year this Wednesday at 3:00pm in the library. Admission is $1.

  • December 12Seniors, Herff Jones will return on 12/19 for Cap & Gown sales. They are $21 but will increase in price afterwards.

  • Law & Leadership Honor Society: Talk and Dine with an Attorney 2017
  • Magical Football Season Comes to a Close
  • STINGS FOR A DAY 2017
  • Homecoming 2017
  • My Summer Experience Walking the Camino de Santiago
  • Tardies and Tribulations
  • A World Without Money
  • Join, Help, and Win at Key Club
  • Is College Worth It?
  • Miami High’s Newest 12th Grade Counselor
  • Law & Leadership Honor Society: Talk and Dine with an Attorney 2017
    Briefs, Club briefs, Photo Gallery, School briefs

    Law & Leadership Honor Society: Talk and Dine with an Attorney 2017

    By Emely Herrera, Gina Martinez, Editor-in-Chief, Copy Editor

    December 6, 2017

    On December 6th, the Law and Leadership Honor Society hosted the event “Talk and Dine with an Attorney” in Miami High’s museum room.  12 Students from the Law Magnet and LLHS were invited to eat lunch and talk with Assistant State Attorney Maribel Reyes and MHS Alumni Anaili Triana who works as...

  • Magical Football Season Comes to a Close
    Briefs, Sports Briefs

    Magical Football Season Comes to a Close

    By Claudaisha Sherman, Copy Editor

    December 4, 2017

    The Stings’ magical season under new coach Mr. Sedrick Irvin came to a close at Delray Beach in the state semifinals game on December 1st. The stings’ battled the Atlantic High School Eagles in a game dominated by turnovers, with the score going back and forth until time ticked away, and the si...

  • STINGS FOR A DAY 2017
    Briefs, Photo Gallery, School briefs

    STINGS FOR A DAY 2017

    By Emely Herrera, Editor-in-Chief

    December 1, 2017

    Miami High's annual Stings for-a-Day, is when possible future Stingarees  from Shenandoah Middle, Citrus Grove Middle, Coral Way K-8, Ponce de Leon Middle, Kinloch Middle, and Ada Merritt K-8 schools came to visit on December 1st. Clubs such as BETA, Honoria, Interact, KEY, Circolo Italiano, FCCLA,...

    Beta members, Senior Tre Thompson and Junior Jason Navarrete dancing along to the music at the event.

  • Homecoming 2017
    News, Photo Gallery

    Homecoming 2017

    By Helen Acevedo, Staff Writer

    November 1, 2017

    Homecoming Spirit Week — a time to show club pride, dress up for each day's theme, and participate in lunch activities — kicked off on Monday, October 16th with Character Day, which had a costume contest and the game "Blindly Feeding the Baby." Tuesday, October 17th was Twin Day, with a game of musi...

  • My Summer Experience Walking the Camino de Santiago
    Opinion

    My Summer Experience Walking the Camino de Santiago

    By Christopher Bellina, Staff Writer

    October 26, 2017

    Imagine you just received a big scholarship and a few days after signing the contract, bang, you get an email from the scholarship organization inviting you on a trip to Madrid, Spain, and you had never been on a plane before or out of the story. I went to Madrid this summer with 9 other kids from...

    Author Chris Bellina, 2nd from left, was one of ten students from Miami's Take Stock in Children Program that traveled to Spain this summer.

  • Tardies and Tribulations
    News

    Tardies and Tribulations

    By Darlyn Bracero, Staff Writer

    October 26, 2017

    Many students at Miami High have tardy problems. “Every day we have at least 200 tardies, and that’s because school just started, but then the tardies increase to 300 or more,” said attendance office manager Ms. Mabel Garcia. Sometimes students have things that impede them from being on time...

    Attendance office manager Mabel Garcia, encourages students to come to school on time and excuse whatever tardies they may have.

  • A World Without Money
    Features

    A World Without Money

    By Ian Sanz, Staff Writer

    October 26, 2017

    If financial obligations ceased to be a concern in this world, people would be free to pursue their deepest desires? Ambitions would no longer be derailed or suppressed by the burdens of living in a world revolving around the dollar. From travelling to spending time with loved ones to taking the time...

  • Join, Help, and Win at Key Club
    Features

    Join, Help, and Win at Key Club

    By Letty Varela, Staff Writer

    October 26, 2017

    Get to know one of the major organizations at our school, and grab an application after. When we think about joining a club, we often think about helping others. That’s what Key Club is all about. According to club sponsor Ms. Zamora, it’s a club based on inclusiveness that helps the communit...

    Key Club at the 2017 Homecoming Parade, whose theme was "How I Met your Mother."

  • Is College Worth It?
    Features

    Is College Worth It?

    By Carolina Soto, Staff Writer

    October 26, 2017

    “Mom! Dad! I don’t want to go to college! There’s a world to see, and I would rather do my own thing.” Growing up in today’s society, many students have been taught and pushed to believe that without college, there is no such thing as a future. However, not knowing who you are and being...

  • Miami High’s Newest 12th Grade Counselor
    Features, News, Personality Profiles

    Miami High’s Newest 12th Grade Counselor

    By Rachel Salmeron, Staff Writer

    October 6, 2017

    You may not know him yet since there have been a variety of counselors for the class of 2018, but I can officially say that Mr. Victor Cuevas is the new 12th grade counselor. He once roamed the halls of Miami High as a student, but now he is one of the many alumni that work at Stingtown. 12th grade counselor Hired on ...

Homecoming 2017

Homecoming 2017

By Helen Acevedo, Staff Writer

November 1, 2017

Homecoming Spirit Week — a time to show club pride, dress up for each day's theme, and participate in lunch activities — kicked off on Monday, October 16th with Character Day, wh...

Sting Football Is Back

Sting Football Is Back

By Claudaisha Sherman, Copy Editor

October 26, 2017

After years of hardships, Miami High’s football team is back. They began this season undefeated, beat long time rival Coral Gables for the first time in four years, and came within two points of d...

Stingaree X 4

Stingaree X 4

By Elizabeth Rivas, Staff Writer

October 26, 2017

They say Stingarees like coming back to Miami High, and then there is Class of 1985 alumna and current band director Ms. Denlinger (Ms. D.) back to Stingtown for her 4th time.   ...

Tardies and Tribulations

Tardies and Tribulations

By Darlyn Bracero, Staff Writer

October 26, 2017

Many students at Miami High have tardy problems. “Every day we have at least 200 tardies, and that’s because school just started, but then the tardies increase to 300 or more,”...

Stingarees and Schedule Sprees

Stingarees and Schedule Sprees

By Lilith Berrios, Staff Writer

October 26, 2017

It’s the beginning of the school year, and you’re already upset with your schedule. You go to change it and find the counselors’ office is already packed with students trying...

Miami High’s Newest 12th Grade Counselor

Miami High’s Newest 12th Grade Counselor

By Rachel Salmeron, Staff Writer

October 6, 2017

You may not know him yet since there have been a variety of counselors for the class of 2018, but I can officially say that Mr. Victor Cuevas is the new 12th grade counselor. He once ro...

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From Stingtown to Wrigley Field

From Stingtown to Wrigley Field

May 19, 2017

  Many high school athletes dream of getting drafted, or playing “college ball” in whatever...

Eat, Sleep, Play Sports

Eat, Sleep, Play Sports

April 21, 2017

“Touchdowwnnnn!” “Goaaaallll” “A homerun!”   Miami High sports fans love all kinds of ...

Queens of Diamonds

Queens of Diamonds

February 22, 2017

What’s shaped like a diamond, but is orange? If you guessed the softball field, you’re correct! That’s...

Soccer at Miami High

Soccer at Miami High

February 22, 2017

Soccer is the world’s most known sport, and some may consider it the world’s best sport. Every single...

The Baseball Team

The Baseball Team

December 20, 2016

Baseball season is rapidly approaching, and our Stingaree batters and fielders can’t wait to get out...

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Magical Football Season Comes to a Close

By Claudaisha Sherman, Copy Editor

December 4, 2017

The Stings’ magical season under new coach Mr. Sedrick Irvin came to a close at Delray Beach in the state semifinals game on December 1st. The stings’ battled the Atlantic High School Eagles in ...

  • Girls Soccer Team November 23, 2017
  • Boys Soccer Team November 21, 2017
  • Swimming November 17, 2017
  • Football November 17, 2017
  • Cross Country November 15, 2017

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