Miami High News

  • Miss Berrios, Our Own Alumna
  • Vaccination Trepidation
  • The Truth About Venezuela… FROM SOMEONE WHO LIVED THERE
  • One Last Hoorah!
  • A Past Sting Makes It Big
  • Soccer Coach and English Teacher Ms. Anderson Loves Her Students
  • Into the Unknown
  • Sam: Scholar-Athlete
  • Celebrate Teachers
  • The Power of Protest
  • Miss Berrios, Our Own Alumna
    Features, Personality Profiles

    Miss Berrios, Our Own Alumna

    By Claudia Farrada, Staff Writer

    May 18, 2018

    Have you ever seen that English teacher that is really excited about teaching and training new teachers? That’s Ms. Berrios.   High school life Ms. Berrios graduated from Miami High with the class of 2008. Some of the teachers she had as a high school student are still here such as ...

  • Vaccination Trepidation
    Features, Opinion

    Vaccination Trepidation

    By Angie Elvir, Staff Writer

    May 18, 2018

    You’re sitting on the uncomfortable plastic chair; the nurse pulls up your shirt sleeve, and you feel the cold, wet alcohol pad being rubbed all over the targeted area. You hear the nurse’s nails tapping against the syringe, and the moment comes. She grabs your upper arm, she squeezes your skin,...

    Source: https://www.ntlapa.com/keeping-up-with-adult-vaccinations

  • The Truth About Venezuela… FROM SOMEONE WHO LIVED THERE
    Opinion

    The Truth About Venezuela… FROM SOMEONE WHO LIVED THERE

    By Paola Urribarri, Staff Writer

    May 18, 2018

    Ten years ago, if you heard the word “Venezuela”, you would have thought it was an African country. Venezuela was known in Latin America for their petroleum reserves, but if you lived outside of it, you probably never heard anything about us. Seven years ago, if you met a Venezuelan in a foreign...

    Venezuelan army attacking peaceful protesters.

    Photo by https://cnbc.com

  • One Last Hoorah!
    Features

    One Last Hoorah!

    By Gina Martinez, Copy Editor

    May 17, 2018

    As graduation approaches, I can’t help but wonder what my high school experience would’ve been like if I hadn’t attended Miami High. It seems crazy to think 4 amazing years have flown by in the blink of an eye. Baby Sting I remember being a freshman and seeing Miami High as this huge ...

  • A Past Sting Makes It Big
    Alumni & History, Features, Photo Gallery

    A Past Sting Makes It Big

    By Rachel Salmeron, Business Manager

    May 17, 2018

    Many Miami High Alumni that have become successful in business, medicine, entertainment, and more. Mr. Wilfredo Gort has always been an excellent community service volunteer in his community and became a City of Miami Commissioner for District 1 which includes neighborhood such as Flagami, Allapattah,...

    Mr. Wilfredo Gort, City of Miami Commissioner for District 1, at City Hall

  • Soccer Coach and English Teacher Ms. Anderson Loves Her Students
    Features, Personality Profiles

    Soccer Coach and English Teacher Ms. Anderson Loves Her Students

    By Daniela Same, Layout Editor

    May 17, 2018

    Athletic and enthusiastic, Ms. Wendy Anderson has dedicated 5 years to teaching English IV and coaching at Miami High. Teacher at Miami High School Ms. Anderson, who arrived at Miami High in August of 2013, said that her favorite part of the job is all the wonderful students that she gets to inte...

    The best part of her job is the bond she has with students and gets to interact everyday.

  • Into the Unknown
    Opinion

    Into the Unknown

    By Lilith Berrios, Staff Writer

    May 17, 2018

    Many people are aware of the mysteries of life. Whether it be strange occurrences or incredible sightings, we are surrounded by extraordinary things. Narrowed down, these tend to be cryptids, myths, and conspiracies.   Cryptids   Cryptids are creatures whose existence has yet to be pr...

  • Sam: Scholar-Athlete
    Features, Personality Profiles, Sports Stories

    Sam: Scholar-Athlete

    By Emily Herrera, Editor-in-chief

    May 17, 2018

    On or off the field, senior Samantha Jiron is an outstanding student with a lot of Stingaree pride   Miami High student Although there are many high schools to choose from, Miami High was Samantha’s first choice. Some of her family members are alumni and so the choice was basically ma...

  • Celebrate Teachers
    News

    Celebrate Teachers

    By Ariel Trueba, News Editor

    May 15, 2018

    Future Educators of America presented Teacher Appreciation Week from May 7th to May 11th by traveling to Las Vegas. One of the most impactful activities were how students wrote letters to their favorite teachers. Some of these letters are featured below. Other activities throughout the week were: a brea...

  • The Power of Protest
    Features

    The Power of Protest

    By Gina Martinez

    May 15, 2018

    A protest is a movement that calls for change. From women’s suffrage to civil rights, from LGBTQ+ equality to the recent calls for gun control, Americans have protested at various times in our country’s history. Those protests are actions that allow for change in our democracy and serve as a fundamental...

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Sam: Scholar-Athlete

Sam: Scholar-Athlete

May 17, 2018

On or off the field, senior Samantha Jiron is an outstanding student with a...

The Girls Soccer Team

The Girls Soccer Team

January 16, 2018

Who are Miami High’s skillful soccer girls? They’re 21 girls who all share...

Finding Balance as a Student-Athletes

Finding Balance as a Student-Athletes

January 16, 2018

From the outside looking in, student athletes look like a group of kids that...

From Stingtown to Wrigley Field

From Stingtown to Wrigley Field

May 19, 2017

  Many high school athletes dream of getting drafted, or playing “college...

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