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Life in the Bubble

Life in the Bubble

By Annette Chu, Staff Writer

September 21, 2018


Filed under Features, Showcase

It’s a new year and we have a new batch of freshmen entering our school. Along with entering a brand-new school, they have to deal with the social pressure and the judgement from the upper classmen. Not just freshmen, however, but students from all grade levels experience the same pressures. Social...

Choir Comes with Change…

Choir Comes with Change…

By Jasmine Bermudez, Staff Writer

June 7, 2018


Filed under Features, Opinion

Choir director Ms. Cid has made her second year at MHS worthwhile for all her students. She is recognized as “Master Cid” or “Mama Cid” within the MHS choir community. Sophomore Mariah Moran sees Ms. Cid as her second mother that has helped her grow as a person and as a musician. “She has...

Ms. Waters: The Final Chapter

Ms. Waters: The Final Chapter

By Christopher Bellina, Staff Writer

June 4, 2018


Filed under Features, Personality Profiles

Ms. Waters, one of the longest lasting staff members at Miami Senior High who has been here for 30 years, is retiring this year. She does not regret anything about her career. She enjoyed every minute of being a teacher. Her message to new teachers is to teach with passion and teach because you want...

Class Secretary’s Farewell

Class Secretary’s Farewell

By Helen Acevedo

June 2, 2018


Filed under Alumni & History, Features, Personality Profiles

 My four years at Miami High have been the best. The 14 year-old girl who I was then didn’t know that this school would make such a major impact on my life.

It’s the End of the Year — Who’s Still Working?

It’s the End of the Year — Who’s Still Working?

By Juliana Jaramillo, Staff Writer

June 1, 2018


Filed under Features

When you walk into Miami High classrooms, what do you see right now? Kids studying? Reading? The end of the year is around the corner, and apparently “senioritis” has spread down into other grades. Kids all over the place have checked out of school early and don’t want to pick up their pencils. David...

Class of 2018 Reunited One Last Time At Prom

Class of 2018 Reunited One Last Time At Prom

By Darlyn Bracero, Staff Writer

May 31, 2018


Filed under Features, Opinion

When it comes to prom, some people say, “Why should we spend an insane amount of money on a dress, a suit, makeup, or hair for just one day?” Others say it is not worth paying $65 plus all the other expenses. However, for the 500 students who bought tickets to Miami High’s Prom on May 12 at Jungle...

MHS Fashion Show

MHS Fashion Show

By Annette Chu, Staff Writer

May 31, 2018


Filed under Briefs, Features, School briefs

FCCLA held their 3rd annual “Fashion, Art, Music, and Entertainment Event” (F.A.M.E.) on May 25 in the media center. Students in the Fashion Technology and Design program created the garments showcased by the models, who were handpicked by fashion design teacher Ms. Belony. At this event, there was ...

Miss Berrios, Our Own Alumna

Miss Berrios, Our Own Alumna

By Claudia Farrada, Staff Writer

May 18, 2018


Filed under Features, Personality Profiles

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

Vaccination Trepidation

By Angie Elvir, Staff Writer

May 18, 2018


Filed under Features, Opinion

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,...

One Last Hoorah!

One Last Hoorah!

By Gina Martinez, Copy Editor

May 17, 2018


Filed under Features

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

A Past Sting Makes It Big

By Rachel Salmeron, Business Manager

May 17, 2018


Filed under Alumni & History, Features, Photo Gallery

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,...

Soccer Coach and English Teacher Ms. Anderson Loves Her Students

Soccer Coach and English Teacher Ms. Anderson Loves Her Students

By Daniela Same, Layout Editor

May 17, 2018


Filed under Features, Personality Profiles

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...

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