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Homecoming 2018: The Tradition Continues

By Amanda Echevarria, News Editor

January 7, 2019

In most places, homecoming is the annual one week tradition in which a school welcomes back its alumni to celebrate their school experiences. Here at Miami High, where homecoming lasts approximately 1 month, it is much more than that.   The Tradition At Miami High the work to produce homecom...

She’s Our President!

She’s Our President!

By Mayisha Perez, Staff Writer

November 30, 2018

You’ll see her proudly wearing the “Class of 19” long sleeve shirt. At pep rallies and school events, she is either leading the event or helping out behind the scenes. Class of 2019 president Amanda Echevarria is a leader at MHS.   Personal Life Born on January 4th, 2001, Amanda is ...

Join, Help, and Win at Key Club

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...

Homecoming 2016!

Homecoming 2016!

By Jasmine Ortega, Editor-in-Chief

December 20, 2016

The atmosphere is so thick with club rivalry, you can take a knife and slice it in the air. Beta, Honoria, Interact and Key are ready to show what they’re made of, the classes are holding their banners proudly, and everyone is dressed in different colors. It could very well be a circus. Homecoming...

Beta: “We Are Only In Competition With Ourselves”

Beta: “We Are Only In Competition With Ourselves”

By Jasmine Ortega, Layout Editor

December 15, 2015

The day of the homecoming parade, the music is pounding, the adrenaline is pumping, and the win is a for sure thing. Beta is very familiar with this feeling, for this year marked Beta’s 4th straight win of first place with perfect scores in creativity, usage of members, banners, float, general effect,...

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