The student news site of Coral Gables Senior High School


The student news site of Coral Gables Senior High School


The student news site of Coral Gables Senior High School


Concluding their tour, students pose and smile in front of the prestigious University of Florida to photograph their memories.

In-State College Tour

Angelina Morffi, Anthony Fajardo Jan 28, 2024

Waking up bright and early on Jan. 24, college-bound Cavaliers made their way to Coral Gables Senior High where they hopped on a travel bus, awaiting the long journey to several universities during the...

Continuous disappointment leaves students susceptible to developing learned helplessness, a psychological condition detrimental to students´ academic potential.

The Silent Struggle: Students Experience Learned Helplessness

Joseph Abrahantes, Staff Writer Dec 20, 2022

All students have experienced the extreme disappointment of studying doggedly just to receive unsatisfactory results. The frustration of this outcome often leaves students feeling as if they have no control...

As Julie Maldonado prepares to take on the world, she will always remember her time at the home of the Cavaliers.

The Hard Work Payed Off: Julie Maldonado Questbridge Recipient

Melissa Hernandez, Staff Writer Dec 12, 2022

As seniors prepare to move onto the next chapter of their lives, applying to colleges is not the only concern. In order to graduate with little to no student loans, scholarships are of the utmost importance....

IB senior Julian Mesa pinning Kysa Mesa on her way down the alley.

IB Pinning: Class of 2023

Stephanie Andrade, Photographer Feb 17, 2022

Endless Opportunities

Feb 13, 2022
At Coral Gables Senior High opportunities are endless. From a variety of over fifty clubs offered to the opportunity to create your own. The two magnets and six academies allow students to study what they are passionate about while completing their required high school courses. Watch this video for a recap of everything Gables has to offer.

Ms Camacho: Teacher of the Year

Lea Bergeot and Amanda Perez Nov 15, 2021
Ms. Camacho has won the honor of becoming teacher of the 2022 school year. As it was well deserved, she dives into her love for Gables and her true inspiration on why she started on a path of becoming a teacher. Finding a true connection between her ways of immersing her lessons onto the students and the creative path she takes them on. Leaving with a big smile and hoping for a great year ahead.

Home of the Cavaliers: Why Gables?

Natalie Abrahantes, CavsTV staff Nov 1, 2021
Why Gables? Since the year 1950, Coral Gables has been around providing students with the opportunity to grow educationally and as individuals. Our school offers a wide variety of academic courses, extracurricular activities, athletic opportunities, and support. Here at Gables we are scholars, athletes, college bound, creative, champions, but most importantly we are Cavaliers. If you ever see yourself wondering if Gables is the place for you, watch this video and be inspired to make the decision to become part of our family.
Juniors and seniors attended the annual college fair at Gables to interact with the representatives of the 38 colleges that attended.

Finalizing Our Future: College Fair 2021

Nicholas Calindro, Staff Writer Oct 6, 2021

With college applications nearing, representatives from 38 universities around the United States visited Coral Gables Senior High to participate in the annual college fair. On Oct. 4, schools such as Harvard...

Junior Ariadna Torras communicating with a college representative.

College Fair 2021

Oct 4, 2021
Gables 2021 annual college fair. Students got the chance to interact and learn from different college representatives across the country.
The four National Merit Scholarship Program semifinalists, Jared OSullivan, Gabriel Wagner, Bernardo Andrade and Julian Mesa (left to right), stand together as they share their achievements.

Cavaliers Carving Out Success: National Merit Scholarship Semifinalists

Nicholas Calindro, Staff Writer Oct 1, 2021

Seniors and juniors across the United States participate in the National Merit Scholarship Program, a non-profit organization that recognizes students’ achievements and aids in college undergraduate...

Yoga can be considered a form of meditation because it  is a practice that focuses on the wellness of both the body and the mind.

Meditation as a Study Tactic: Can it be Useful?

Abigail Felan, Staff Writer Nov 15, 2020

For many students, especially for upperclassmen, school can be very hectic. Students may feel overwhelmed with homework, tests and studying. The pressure of “doing your best” exists within all assignments,...

Why Gables? Academic Breakdown

Lisbeth Arrieta, CavsTV Staff Sep 15, 2020

White and Blue Infographic Resume by Lisbeth Arrieta

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