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The Class of 2023 Reveals Their New Board

The Class of 2023 Reveals Their New Board

Ariana Alvarez and Jesse Zambrano

October 16, 2019

As the new freshmen class settles and prepares for their high school experience, the 2019-2020 freshmen class board establishes themselves. The student body has spoken and have chosen Allan Kaplan as President, Victoria Borja as Vice President and Isabella Morales as Secretary. In addition, the grade...

Shoes for the Unshoed: Mccall Horton

Shoes for the Unshoed: Mccall Horton

Maia Berthier, Opinion and Copy Editor

October 13, 2019

McCall Horton, a junior in Gables’ International Baccalaureate program, is not your ordinary high school student. When she was only 10 years old, she created an organization called “Shoes for the Unshoed.” Through Miami Rescue Mission, Horton hoped to provide shoes for the homeless community across the Miami-Dade Cou...

Exceptional Field Trips for Exceptional Students

Exceptional Field Trips for Exceptional Students

Sofia Cruz, Staff Writer

October 11, 2019

With a student body of nearly 3,500 students, Coral Gables Senior High is made up of a diverse group of students. Having students from different social, economic and cultural backgrounds, Gables makes sure to welcome all of its Cavaliers. One of the many ways the school does this is through its Exceptio...

Samantha Gazda For Future Miami

Samantha Gazda For Future Miami

Allison Cajina, Staff Writer

August 15, 2019

Samantha Gazda is a rising junior in the International Baccalaureate program. When she is not juggling a busy school schedule, she is one of the head organizers for Miami's Fridays For Future (FFF) branch. This began as an international movement in which students from all over the world decided t...

An Inside Look Into the Summer Internship Experiences

An Inside Look Into the Summer Internship Experiences

Sofia Cruz, Staff Writer

August 13, 2019

For students that wish to expand their learning opportunities, summer gives them the break they need from their busy schedules to do just that. For some Cavaliers, this meant taking part in the Summer Youth Internship Program for Miami-Dade County. This program is meant to engage teens by teaching them to ...

BLUE Missions Experiences Continue To Impact Our Cavaliers

BLUE Missions Experiences Continue To Impact Our Cavaliers

Stephanie Andrade, Staff Writer

August 10, 2019

BLUE Missions is an organization built on the idea that everyone should have access to basic necessities like clean water and sanitation, primarily focusing its efforts on countries in Latin America. BLUE missions has connected over 19,000 people to clean water and 4,300 people with basic sanitation. Some o...

The Graduation of a Generation

The Graduation of a Generation

Maia Berthier and Daniel Toll

May 30, 2019

Throughout the entirety of every young and aspiring individual's childhood, senior year is a concept glorified as an unimaginable and far off fantasy incomparable to that of any other school experience. For many students, it seems like the day will never come where they will take their first apprehensive...

Cavaliers Earn Financial Help for College

Cavaliers Earn Financial Help for College

Guiliana Garces, Staff Writer

May 5, 2019

As graduation nears, the seniors prepare to face the next four years. Many students have taken advantage of scholarship opportunities for financial aid during their college journey. College can be expensive, especially to those going out-of-state, meaning students will search for all the help they can...

Spring Break Travelers

Spring Break Travelers

Trey Riera-Gomez, Staff Writer

April 5, 2019

Now that the 2019 Spring Break has come to an end, many Gables’ students have returned from many of their both national and international mini-vacations, bringing back with them priceless memories and stories. While every student at Gables had a different experience, two very unique trips taken by...

Black History Month Essay Winner

Black History Month Essay Winner

Jesse Zambrano, Spotlights Editor

March 15, 2019

All throughout February, the United States celebrates Black History Month. During the four weeks, African-American's rich history on their migration, the struggles faced, and characters of strength that have made an impact on social issues are recognized and celebrated. In schools, history teachers devote...

Graphing for Greatness: Making Graphing Calculators Accessible

Graphing for Greatness: Making Graphing Calculators Accessible

Chase Bagnall-Koger, News Editor

March 10, 2019

As sophomore Aya Hamza surveyed the carefully organized rows of an office supply store, she eyed the prices of the item at the top of the supply list for her International Baccalaureate math class: a graphing calculator. To her surprise, even the cheapest models cost well over $100, an exorbitant cost f...

The Results Are In!

The Results Are In!

Jefrany D'catry, Staff Writer

February 22, 2019

On Feb. 19, students from all grade levels took time out of their days to vote for their 2019-2020 student government. Students waited outside of the Activities room (9219) in the Ralph Moore building and chose who they believed would be the best option for each position. Prior to voting day, candidates...

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