• Students gather around Mr. Luis Luis Fayat as he lectures projectile motion on Tues. Sept. 13.

    Photo of the Day: Learning in Motion

      The learning doesn’t stop in Mr. Luis Luis Fayat’s AP Physics class. When the fire alarm sounded during the first period fire drill on Tues. Sept. 13, students in Fayat’s class requested that their lecture continue outside. “It’s usually too hot to have class outside, so this was the first time I had a lecture outside during a fire drill,” […]

  • Colombia Progresa Seeks to Help Underprivileged Children

    Colombia Progresa Seeks to Help Underprivileged Children

    Colombia Progresa is a non-profit organization seeking to improve the lives and chances of children from underprivileged neighborhoods in Colombia. The organization focuses on gathering funds for scholarships as well as building and rebuilding facilities for children and families. Colombia Progresa receives donations from various sources, and include monetary contributions, school supplies, and clothing. Once items are sorted, they are […]

  • Field Studies Launches Two Research Programs

    Field Studies Launches Two Research Programs

    The new environmental and marine science field studies program has provided outstanding opportunities for students interested in and passionate about their environment and research in these fields. The program began at the beginning of the 2015-106 school year, offering quite a unique experience to high school science students. Living in South Florida, a place with diverse natural and marine environments, […]

  • Honor Societies Induct New Members

    Honor Societies Induct New Members

    Various honor societies welcomed new members into their ranks through ceremonies well attended by friends and family of the inductees. The Language Honor Societies inducted new members into the Spanish, French, Italian,Portuguese, Chinese, and Japanese honor societies on Apr. 5. Featuring performances ranging from “I Want it That Way” in Chinese to a song with both French and English lyrics, […]

  • Spring Sports Recap

    Spring Sports Recap

    By David Akerman and Tyler Perez Tennis: Both the boys and girls tennis team performed well this season and won state championships. The boys team finished 13-2 with a semifinal win against American Heritage. They won six games in a row since Mar. 30. Their only losses of the season were early in the year against American Heritage and Ransom and […]

  • Students Explore the Kennedy Space Center

    Students Explore the Kennedy Space Center

    On Friday Mar. 11, seventeen students traveled to the Cape Canaveral, Florida to tour the Kennedy Space Center. The students had the opportunity to learn about the different space programs and how they have evolved over the years while exploring actual shuttles and materials from NASA. “It is amazing to see how a program that was primarily used as leverage in […]

  • Ron Magill hold an owl for the audience to see, learn about, and take pictures with. Photo by Brooke Ellis.

    “Food for Thought” Features Wildlife Expert Ron Magill

    On Thursday Apr. 7, the Parent’s Association hosted their annual “Food for Thought” event, beginning at 6:30 pm in the Prep gymnasium, featuring Miami-Dade Zoological Park and Gardens communications director, Ron Magill. As students, parents, and faculty indulged in food catered by Shorty’s Barbecue and Nothing Bundt Cakes bakery, Ron Magill, an American wildlife expert and photographer, spoke about a […]

  • The girls’ tennis team poses for a photo. The team’s top performers are seniors  Julieta Dalmau and Estefania Navarro, along with and junior Lindy Lyons.

    Tennis Teams Look Forward to Deep Postseason Run

    On Mar. 30, the girls and boys tennis teams won districts and are looking forward to regionals. Both teams have had strong seasons so far: boys with a record of only two losses and the girls are undefeated. The boys team consists of ten players. The captains are juniors, Andre Libnic and Cole Perez-Blanco. Libnic and sophomores: Nicolas Ramirez and […]

  • Sailing Team Makes Waves

    Sailing Team Makes Waves

    In most areas of the country, sailing is a seasonal sport. But thanks to the continuously warm Miami climate, the varsity team credits much of its success to their ability to practice and compete year-round. “I love participating in a varsity sport that is competitive, team-oriented, and allows us to spend time on Biscayne Bay,” said junior Alyssa Seleznov. The […]