Miami High News

Read and Chill: Do we Need Books?

By Paola Urribarri, Copy-Editor

March 4, 2019


Filed under Features, News, Opinion

Can you remember the time when you couldn’t read? It feels really distant, right? If you started to read at 5 or 6 as the average person, you probably have been reading at least 10 years of your life. Reading is probably the most important thing we learn in our lives, since reading gives us a lot of the kn...

Who Inspires US

By Christopher Perez

February 27, 2019


Filed under Features, Showcase

What do Chrissy Teigen, David Beckham, Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, Ashton Kutcher, and Angela Davis all have in common. They have all influenced one of your fellow Miami High Stingarees. Many people are inspired by celebrities and prominent figures in sports and politics. Junior Thais Maradiaga looks up to New York’s 14th District U.S. Repre...

Water Polo

By Jose Daniel Rodriguez

February 27, 2019


Filed under Briefs, Club briefs, News, School briefs, Sports Briefs, Sports Stories

The season of the water polo team began on February 14. The first game was a 0-14 loss for the girls and a 4-20 defeat for the boys against Miami Beach High School. On 02/19 the guys and girls both won against Hialeah Miami Lakes. The game against MAST 02/21 got rescheduled because of weather. On 02/25...

What’s Your Motto?

By Karyme Osorno

February 27, 2019


Filed under Features, Showcase

By Karyme Osorno Words have power. The meaning we give words can shape our beliefs, control our behavior, and control our own reality. Words are also just symbols that we add value to; words can mean nothing to an individual but everything to another. We have the power of deciding what each word we come across real...

The “Class President” – Erick Flores

By Rickey Paredes, Staff Writer

February 27, 2019


Filed under Features, Personality Profiles

      Senior Erick Flores is someone you should take note of. From being a good student to standing for issues around the world, he is someone who should be recognized in our school.   Student Life Erick loves being a student at Miami High. He said, “I’m so proud ...

Girls Soccer

By Annete Chu

February 27, 2019


Filed under Briefs, News, Sports Briefs, Sports Stories

Girls’ soccer coach Ms. Anderson reports that the team finished with their best record (9-7-1) ever since she became coach, and they missed playoffs by just 1 point. This year, the team will be losing their seniors, so Coach Anderson would like to recognize them: Eilyn Salmeron, Forward; Idalia...

Our VP of Class of 2021

By Priscila Rivas

February 27, 2019


Filed under Features, Personality Profiles, Showcase

Do you know who helps make all the activities for Class of 2021? You can catch sophomore Venus Galban almost everywhere around Miami High. She makes sure her Class of 2021 is right on track. Being VP Venus talks about why she ran to be VP. “I’ve always thought of myself as a leader or an exam...

Boys Volleyball

By Alfred Cardenas

February 27, 2019


Filed under Briefs, News, Sports Briefs, Sports Stories

Boys volleyball coach Mr. Garcia reports that the team started practicing officially on January 28th, but they also had some open gym practice before the official season began. Their most recent game was against district opponent Hialeah High, on February 22nd, and they lost that match in the 5th set...

Boys Basketball District Champions

By Rickey Paredes

February 27, 2019


Filed under News, Sports Briefs, Sports Stories

Mami High’s boys’ basketball team had a great season, but unfortunately lost 69-58 in the regional quarter finals against Pines Charter on February 21st. The team ended with a 17-7 record and won the 2019 District 14-9A championship against North Miami 69-60 on February 15th. Coach Wilson would like to ...

“We’re Gonna Build That Wall, And Mexico Is Going To Pay For It”

“We’re Gonna Build That Wall, And Mexico Is Going To Pay For It”

By Ian Sanz, Staff Writer

February 27, 2019


Filed under Features, Showcase, Uncategorized

President Trump’s proposal for the construction of a wall along the U.S.-Mexican border has been the subject of widespread controversy, even resulting in a federal government shutdown in January, which became the longest in American history. Advocates for the wall claim its construction will improve...

Girls Basketball Back at State

Girls Basketball Back at State

By Juliana Jaramillo

February 27, 2019


Filed under News, Showcase, Sports Briefs, Sports Stories

Coach “Boozer” Baumgarten and the girls’ basketball team are demonstrating what they’re made of this season.  They are amongst some of the best athletes in Miami Dade. The girls are currently on a journey to catch the state title they could almost taste last year. For the Regional quarter...

Get Reading And Ready For The Real World

By Alfred Cardenas

February 27, 2019


Filed under Features, Showcase

  By Alfred Cardenas   Our languages, our cultures, our history---all the things we know have come through reading. So everytime you read, you are allowing yourself to be more prepared to face the world out there.  There are all types of things to read from fiction to romance to his...

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