Miami High News

Teacher Appreciation Week

By Joselyn Zamora, Staff Writer

June 1, 2016


Filed under Features

By Joselyn Zamora  Teacher Appreciation week, May 2nd-May 6th, was a time for Future Educators of America, led by their advisor Ms. Berrios,  to congratulate teachers on all their achievements and hard work that they have done throughout the year. This year’s theme was “Whippy Whips to the Wil...

NBA of Miami High

NBA  of Miami High

By Daniel Reyes, Staff Writer

May 27, 2016


Filed under Features, Sports Stories

The clock is down to its final 10 seconds, the score is tied, and the ball is in your hands. With a perfect combination of dribble moves, you are able to lose your defender and get your shot off. The ball is in the air. The seconds count down, 3-2-1, and the shot goes in! You`ve won the game! That...

Junioritis

Junioritis

By Allison Lazo, Layout Editor

May 23, 2016


Filed under Features

It’s the fourth nine weeks. For the most part, testing is over. The school year is coming to an end. While many students struggle to stay focused, attendance is becoming a big issue, and students’ grades are worse than ever. Procrastination and laziness are becoming the new normal for many at Miami...

Nothin’ Soft About it!

Nothin’ Soft About it!

By Janelyse Baños, Staff Writer

April 27, 2016


Filed under Features, Sports Stories

“Let’s go, ladies!” “3 up, 3 down.” “Outfield, nothing drops!” Where else would you hear this? I’ll give you one clue: it looks like a diamond, but it’s orange. If you guessed the softball field, you’re right! The place where 9 girls come together with one goal: protect home plate. So...

Stingtown Politics

Stingtown Politics

By Juan Rivera, Sport Editor

April 21, 2016


Filed under Features

  Class Leaders for 2016-2017 President: ·         Pablo Iraheta (SGA) ·         Headly Cash (Class of 17) ·         Ingrid Espinoza-Hueck (Class of 18) ·         Amanda Echeverria (Class  of 19) Vice-President: ·         1st VP: A...

Trademarking Phrase: The Fine Bros Controversy

Trademarking Phrase: The Fine Bros Controversy

By Nicholas Gomez, Staff Writer

April 21, 2016


Filed under Features

Most of us Stingarees frequent YouTube to watch videos that entertain us when we’re bored, or teach us something new. So many content creators produce on the video streaming site that YouTube has a video for nearly every genre imaginable. To be able to touch the entire YouTube population would be difficult....

Miriam Lopez, Former Lady Sting now Bank President

By Jasmine Ortega, Layout Editor

April 21, 2016


Filed under Alumni & History, Features

She came from a sheltered Cuban home and has made it big in the money world. Miami High alumna Ms. Miriam Lopez is President of Coral Gables-based Marquis Bank. A Sagittarius born on November 28th, 1950, in Havana, Cuba, Ms. Lopez traveled to Miami with her family when she was nine. She att...

Reading at MHS: To read or not to read?

Reading at MHS: To read or not to read?

By Emmanuel Hernandez, Copy Editor

April 20, 2016


Filed under Briefs, Features

When was the last time you read a book? Do your daily reading habits center around tweets, Instagram captions, or the directions on reheating last night’s pizza? If so, you should consider reading books. Many students at Miami High like to read, and they read a lot.   Sophomore Kiara Rosario h...

From Cuba to the Land of Opportunity

From Cuba to the Land of Opportunity

By Yazmin Barreto, Staff Writer

April 20, 2016


Filed under Features

  There are people that procrastinate, do nothing, and waste their lives away; John Gonzalez isn't one of them. John could've gone to any high school he wanted, but he chose Miami High. Why? "Miami High seemed like a fun and very spirited school, and I wasn't wrong," said John whose family...

Michael Suarez: From being a grad, to making some cash

Michael Suarez: From being a grad, to making some cash

By Melody Roth, Staff Writer

April 20, 2016


Filed under Features

He’s the youngest teacher in the math department, maybe even the youngest teacher at the High. 22 year-old Michael Suarez started teaching Algebra 2 this school year but teaching was not his first choice as a career. Teacher “I went from economist to physicist to economist again and then t...

Certification perfection: Emmanuel Garit

Certification perfection: Emmanuel Garit

By Claudaisha Sherman, staff writer

April 20, 2016


Filed under Features

  Entering high school as a freshman puts lot of pressure on kids. You learn that your actions can hurt your reputation. You also discover that the work isn’t easy and the tests are no better. Some ninth graders, however, come to Miami High and find a way to stand out. Perfect Scores Freshman Emmanuel Garit e...

Con Ailema Si Se Puede

Con Ailema Si Se Puede

By Emely Herrera, Staff Writer

April 20, 2016


Filed under Features

She’s got the spirit, and she has the brains. Between school, clubs, and work, junior Ailema Perdomo has a lot to handle. Ailema is a proud member of BETA, and is the President of the Future Educators of America (F.E.A.) club.  She enjoys rewarding teachers for their hard work and making activities...

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