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Dr. Yoham

Dr. Yoham

By Jennifer Diaz, Staff Writer

February 28, 2017


Filed under Features

Enter Dr. Yoham’s class, and you will find him calling his teenage students “little girl”, or “little boy”.  He always has a look that says, “The world is ending.” He is sarcastic, funny, intelligent, and genuine. Dr. Yoham’s class is one place where students feel really comfortable. Biology...

Anxiety

Anxiety

February 24, 2017


Filed under Features

You’re in class, and the teacher calls you up to present your project. You begin to feel nervous, your palms start sweating, your heart is racing, and it begins to get difficult to breathe. At that very moment, you know that you’re having an anxiety attack. Anxiety, according to the National Institute...

Mr. Arscott

Mr. Arscott

By Alondra Gaitan, Staff Writer

February 24, 2017


Filed under Features, Showcase

Innovative, ambitious, and encouraging—Mr. Dwight L. Arscott is currently Miami High’s 10th grade assistant principal. Being an Assistant Principal Mr. Arscott’s motivation to become an assistant principal was to help children succeed and help them go to college. “The quickest way ...

New Classes

New Classes

By Frank Wong, Staff Writer

February 24, 2017


Filed under Features

You get your subject selection sheet, you look for the classes you like, but you don’t find any. Now you start to think, “Why don’t they have this class or that class.” Some MHS students wish MH’s curriculum offered different classes. Senior Brandon Chappoten would have included Intro to...

Miami High’s Longest Serving Teachers

Miami High’s Longest Serving Teachers

By Brian Sotomayor, Staff Writer

February 24, 2017


Filed under Features

Many teachers come to Miami High every year. Miami High’s positivity, tradition, and spirit keep teachers working here for many years. This is why we still have teachers that have been teaching since the 1980s. English teacher Ms. Catalina Perez and science teacher Mr. Peter Upperco started teaching...

Mr. Waldo Rodriguez

Mr. Waldo Rodriguez

By Raul Trochez, Staff Writer

February 24, 2017


Filed under Features, Throwback Thursday

You may have heard of this teacher from discussions about his class in the hallways or due to him having the same name as a character from the famous children book series, Where’s Waldo? Well now, there’s a new question to ask: who’s Mr. Waldo Rodriguez, the long standing teacher here at MHS w...

Planning for the Future with the Career Club

Planning for the Future with the Career Club

By Adalain Sans, Staff Writer

February 24, 2017


Filed under Features

One of the scariest moments that students may experience is walking out of graduation with their diploma in hand and saying, “What’s next?” When students do not graduate with a plan, many will have to consider settling for low income jobs in order to support themselves while likely continuing...

SENIOR WEEK 2K17

SENIOR WEEK 2K17

By Jasmine Ortega, Editor-in-Chief

February 23, 2017


Filed under Features, Showcase

Though seniors are at the top of the food chain here at Miami High, there’s not much to look forward to in 12th grade except graduating. And of course, Senior Week! Class of 2017’s Senior Week has come and gone, and as the last class born in the 90’s, all seniors can vouch that it was one ...

Brilliant Brianna

Brilliant Brianna

By Francis Estrada, Staff Writer

February 23, 2017


Filed under Features, Personality Profiles

SGA treasurer, Career Club president, and a Beta member, junior Brianna Rodgers is a high academic achiever with a 3.8 unweighted and a 4.6 weighted GPA. She’s intelligent, kind, and dedicated and stands out from other students.    Student Life Being a graduate of Ponce De Leon Middl...

Interact Club – Service Above Self

Interact Club – Service Above Self

By Juan Rivera, Online Editor in Chief

February 23, 2017


Filed under Features, Showcase

I-N-T-E-R-A-C       T-C-L-U-B Interact got that beat that makes you jump up to your feet.   You’ve heard it at the pep-rallies, you’ve heard it at the homecoming parade---it’s Interact’s chant to commence its Wednesday meetings that take place in room 3309. Interact is Mi...

DILE NO AL ACOSO/ SAY NO TO BULLYING

DILE NO AL ACOSO/ SAY NO TO BULLYING

By Anabel Aguila, Staff Writer

February 23, 2017


Filed under Features

El bullying  es  el acoso físico o psicológico al que someten de manera continua a un alumno sus compañeros .Este tipo de violencia por lo general afecta a los niños de edad 12 y 15 años .Según la opinión de Miguel Diaz , estudiante de 12 grado ,’’Es algo indebido que no se le debería de h...

FEA President Ariel Trueba

FEA President Ariel Trueba

By Danaize Sanchez, Layout Editor

February 23, 2017


Filed under Personality Profiles

You see him running errands all over the school. If it’s not for FEA, it could be for the Debate Team, BETA, FBLA, NHS, or the band. He also just became the new Vice President of the Florida Future Educators of America.   School Life    Junior Ariel Trueba originally planned on going to Coral ...

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