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Miami Senior High Choir Goes Virtual!

By Carolina Soto, Editor-In-Chief

April 6, 2020

Choir director Ms. Cid reports during this time of distance learning, they are working on many fun and collaborative activities. For example, they are participating in a Miami Virtual Choir in collaboration with other Miami-Dade schools and the Miami Children’s Choir that are held every Wednesday at...

Chess Team

By Francesca Thonday, Staff Writer

February 28, 2020

Chess coach Mr. Aguilar reports that the chess team won 1st place at the Regional Tournament in January. They will also be competing at the national tournament in Columbus, Ohio, April 3rd - 5th. Freshmen on the team will be competing in Jacksonville, Florida, April 24th – 26th. District Championships are also o...

Chorus Student Achievement

February 28, 2020

Chorus teacher Ms. Cid reports Jasmine Bermudez and Mariah Moran will be representing Miami Senior High School in the Florida All-State Woman’s Choir for the Music Educator’s conference in Tampa. Ms. Cid states, “This is a huge accomplishment and one of the highest accomplishments any high school...

Class of 2020

By Basil Morales, Staff Writer

February 26, 2020

Seniors, Seniors, Seniors! The time has come for you to buy your Grad Bash ticket for $175 and your Prom ticket for $80. 12th grade advisor Ms. Rivero said, “First come, first served.” Tickets are on sale in the activities office.

Automotive Technology

By Christopher Bellina

February 26, 2020

Automotive teacher Mr. Aguiar encourages students to join the automotive program because at some point everyone will drive a car, so you might as well know how to maintain one. In addition, the skills you can learn in the automotive program are transferable to all other fields.

Class of 2021

By Priscila Rivas, Layout-Editor

February 26, 2020

Class of 2021 advisor Ms. Armas would like to thank everyone who attended and helped to make the ring ceremony on January 22nd  amazing. She insists that juniors stay tuned for exciting upcoming news about future events.

12th Grade Counselor Mr. Cuevas

By Helena Palis

February 26, 2020

As seniors are reaching the finish line, 12th grade counselor Mr. Cuevas wanted to highlight the fact that seniors have already committed 12 years to their education. “Do not mess up. Try to anticipate any issues or mistakes that you could have made and come talk to me,” he said. In addition, he wants t...

Class of 2022

By Alejandra Anias, Staff Writer

February 26, 2020

Over 200 students attended and celebrated Class of 2022’s Valentine’s dance among friends, couples, and a DJ, on Friday night, February 7th in the east patio. The sophomore board is also planning services for the month of March and getting ready for the class officer elections for next school yea...


By Christhian Mendoza

February 26, 2020

   JROTC Vice President Christopher Perez reports, “JROTC is a program that helps students grow as citizens.” They have a state qualifier competition coming up. They are also performing with Color Guard at the Marlins game on March 30.”

Reading Coach

By Christopher Bellina, Layout Editor

February 26, 2020

Reading coach Ms. Herris reports that FSA retakes for juniors and seniors who did not pass will be on February 24th. Saturday tutoring for FSA practice currently will focus on writing preparation, and after April 1st will switch the focus to the reading part of the FSA. She would also like to inform s...

Advice from CSI

By Priscila Rivas

February 26, 2020

CSI administrator Mr. Miranda tells students to get to class on time. He also warns that if you accumulate unexcused absences, you will to have to attend Saturday tutoring. He also reminds students to wear uniform and prepare for testing.

Physical Education and Health Department

By Helena Palis

February 26, 2020

It’s not just testing season in reading, math, and science. PE and Health department teacher Mr. Carreno reports, “Post testing for the Fitnessgram will start in April. These tests tend to be extremely strenuous for students, so make sure to be physically and mentally ready for these tests.”

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