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Stings Shine at Superintendent’s Music Honor Festival!

Stings Shine at Superintendent’s Music Honor Festival!

By Jasmine Bermudez, Online Editor-in-Chief

March 28, 2019

Choir director Ms. Cid would like to congratulate the following singers and musicians who got accepted into the Superintendent’s Music Honor Festival: Congratulations to Mariah Moran (Soprano 2), Jasmine Bermudez (Alto), Jade Santiago (Alto), Aslyn Gonzalez (Alto), Alyssa Gutierrez (Alto), Kevin Ag...

Senior Week 2019: You’ve been good to us

By Amanda Echevarria, News Editor

February 27, 2019

  While graduation is months away, the Class of 2019’s most recent milestone was Senior Week. As Baby Stings, they watched in awe as other seniors dressed up to attend Senior Week events. Now, as seniors they walk with pride and confidence to attend their very own events. Senior ...

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...

Caroling Competition!!!

Caroling Competition!!!

By Jasmine Bermudez, Online Editor-in-Chief

November 28, 2018

                    Choir director Ms. Cid and the Miami High Singers choir will participate in the annual Merrick Festival Caroling Competition located at 550 Biltmore Way, Coral Gables on November 29, 2018 at 8p.m. T...

Is Music Helpful or a Nuisance

By Rickey Paredes

October 18, 2018

Music is made to relax, to inspire, and to have fun. Most students at Miami High use music to relieve stress from work and tests. Music to most students is a way to loosen up to from all the work teachers put on them.   MUSIC IN SCHOOL Many students believe that listening to music at school relieves stress. Junior Jesse Gonzalez said, “Music gets my mind off things.” Junio...

Summer Sounding Like School

By Adriana Gutierrez, Staff Writer

October 1, 2018

  By Adriana Gutierrez David: Most students don’t want to do the summer assignment, including myself! Teacher: Well, David, if they aren’t willing to work hard then they shouldn’t complain later about their grades. David: But still I don’t understand why we have to do it. Teach...

Is five minutes enough time to get to class?

Is five minutes enough time to get to class?

By Cynthia Garza, Staff Writer

October 28, 2016

RING! RING! The bell has just rung to go to third period. You walk anxiously to your next class on the other side of the school. You only have five minutes to get there with everyone crowding the hallway, so you aren’t sure if you’ll make it in time. You make it to your class, but you’re late agai...

Cellphone Use at Miami High

By Barbara Gispert

October 20, 2016

You can barely keep your eyes from it as it sits there and buzzes with notifications. Some believe it’s a distraction, and others believe it’s an advantage. Using it during class can have unpleasant consequences if it’s not for an educational purpose. But does your phone really help your le...

Meet the Medic

Meet the Medic

By John Clement, Copy Editor

September 28, 2016

Practice what you preach! There’s one Miami High alumni who not only lives by these words but has the results to show it. With over 25 years of clinical practice, class of ‘73 Miami High alumnus Dr. Frank Patino is a surgeon and nutritionist molded by his experiences and true to his roots.   Career Dr. Patino is a prac...

2016-2017 Golf Season

By Jasmine Ortega, Editor-in-Chief

September 7, 2016

Join Golf, Stings!   Golf coach Mr. Upperco reports that golf season started August 22nd and concluded in October. Coach Upperco encourages freshmen and sophomores to join because there were no veterans on this year's seven player team. “Freshmen and sophomores are better because they hav...

The Three Busts at Miami High

The Three Busts at Miami High

By Kelvin Cash, Staff Writer

February 25, 2016

Miami High was established in 1902 as a wooden school house and moved to its current location in the 1920’s. It is a very historical school with distinctive architecture, landscaped gardens, and important statues. Assistant principal Mrs. Meiklejohn said the Jose Marti statue is located on the patio...

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