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  • December 18EHS will be holding its first Lit Café of the year this Wednesday at 3:00pm in the library. Admission is $1.

  • December 12Seniors, Herff Jones will return on 12/19 for Cap & Gown sales. They are $21 but will increase in price afterwards.

Stingaree X 4

Stingaree X 4

By Elizabeth Rivas, Staff Writer

October 26, 2017


Filed under Features, News, Personality Profiles

They say Stingarees like coming back to Miami High, and then there is Class of 1985 alumna and current band director Ms. Denlinger (Ms. D.) back to Stingtown for her 4th time.   Coming back home! Ms. D. had already been the band director at MHS from 1989 to 1999, but then took four years off ...

Dr. Yoham and the Element of Surprise

Dr. Yoham and the Element of Surprise

By Gerson Blandon, Staff Writer

October 26, 2017


Filed under Features, Personality Profiles

Walk into room 3304 and you’ll find one dramatic, sarcastic, smart and hilarious teacher who has a unique style of teaching to make students comfortable. He is the one and only Dr. Yoham.   His Quirky Style of Teaching Dr. Yoham is one of the best teachers in the science department, and ...

Miami High’s Newest 12th Grade Counselor

Miami High’s Newest 12th Grade Counselor

By Rachel Salmeron, Staff Writer

October 6, 2017


Filed under Features, News, Personality Profiles, Showcase

You may not know him yet since there have been a variety of counselors for the class of 2018, but I can officially say that Mr. Victor Cuevas is the new 12th grade counselor. He once roamed the halls of Miami High as a student, but now he is one of the many alumni that work at Stingtown. 12th grade counselor Hired on ...

Christian Lozano Leaves a Legacy

Christian Lozano Leaves a Legacy

By Christian Lozano, Graphic Editor

June 7, 2017


Filed under Features, Personality Profiles

Before I transferred to Miami Senior High, I attended Hialeah Gardens High School where I was surrounded by friends I’d grown up with my entire life. While there, my siblings influenced me into joining clubs like the Key Club, Bible club, and marching band. I also took an active role in sports, wh...

Cutting it up with the GOAT Gods

Cutting it up with the GOAT Gods

By Helen Acevedo, Staff Writer

June 1, 2017


Filed under Features, Personality Profiles

They’ve taken over Miami Senior High and social media platforms with their energetic and popular dance performances, and this is only the beginning. The GOAT Gods are ready to take over the entertainment world and have huge plans for the future.   How it all started The GOAT Gods have four main members ...

The Woman Behind the Cookies: Marta Orozco

The Woman Behind the Cookies: Marta Orozco

By Rachel Salmeron, Staff Writer

May 31, 2017


Filed under Features, Personality Profiles

If you’ve eaten lunch at Miami High, you must have heard about the famous 25 cent cookies everyone raves about. They’re rich, sweet, chewy, and you feel like you are becoming one with the cookie. Haven’t you ever wondered who is responsible for creating them? Marta Orozco is one of the many...

The Big Sting in Town

The Big Sting in Town

By Candace Garcia, Staff Writer

May 31, 2017


Filed under Features, Personality Profiles

The one and only Mr. Valdes, Miami Senior High's beloved principal, is known for always being a helping hand and a friendly face. You can often catch him roaming around this amazing school!   Life as a Principal Mr. Valdes makes running a school look so easy, even though being a principa...

Danaize Has Spice!

Danaize Has Spice!

By Ariel Trueba, News Editor

May 31, 2017


Filed under Features, Personality Profiles

From being in Honoria, to becoming a full-time teacher and being accepted into Miami Dade’s Honors College, senior Danaize Sanchez is a high-achiever with a bright future. It was not an easy start for Danaize, having to deal with family issues since the age of 1. Her mother, unfortunately, neglected...

Jayde “Gifted” Garcia

Jayde “Gifted” Garcia

By Tatyana Garcia, Staff Writer

May 31, 2017


Filed under Features, Personality Profiles

Senior Jayde Garcia is an artist, she’s historian for both BETA and TSA, and, above all, she’s a star Stingaree for being one of the top academic achievers at Miami High School. She’s fierce, selfless, and never backs down.   Artistic Life Jayde’s been doing art ever since she was four years old...

Miami High Alumnus Comes Back To Teach

Miami High Alumnus Comes Back To Teach

By Francis Estrada, Staff Writer

May 31, 2017


Filed under Features, Personality Profiles

He’s a teacher, coach, father and former Miami High student. Mr. Javorie Wilson has dedicated his life to help students reach their potential when it comes to academics and sports.   Teaching    Mr. Wilson has been teaching for 12 years. What inspired him to become a teacher was, “Havi...

From Stingtown to Wrigley Field

From Stingtown to Wrigley Field

By Juan Rivera, Online Editor-in-Chief

May 19, 2017


Filed under Features, Personality Profiles, Showcase, Sports Stories

  Many high school athletes dream of getting drafted, or playing “college ball” in whatever their sport may be. However, not many actually get the chance, much less ever get to be part of a World Series-winning organization like the Chicago Cubs, who recently ended a 103-year’s title drought...

Miami High Alumnus Fernando Rivero

Miami High Alumnus Fernando Rivero

By Christian Loznao, Graphic Editor

May 2, 2017


Filed under Features, Personality Profiles

From Class President at Miami High to Assistant Attorney General in Washington, D.C., Class of ‘87 alumnus Fernando Rivero has made a name for himself in Miami and in the nation’s capital.   Current Career    Since 2005, Mr. Rivero has been an Assistant Attorney General in the Office o...

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