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Future Miami Dade Sharks: Fill Out This Survey!

Chase Bagnall-Koger, News Editor

May 6, 2020

Where are all our Miami Dade Sharks? Fill out this google form so we can showcase all our Coral Gables Senior High students who will be attending Miami Dade College next year!

NCAA: Are They Finally Coming Around?

With mass media scrutiny hitting the NCAA hard, they were practically forced to change a very fundamental rule that they've adopted since the beginning, just to stay afloat in completion with other alternative leagues for young college athletes.

Anthony Russo, Staff writer

May 2, 2020

The National Collegiate Athletic Association is a non-profit organization that hosts thousands of college athletes every year for multiple sports which in turn grants the athletes a great amount of notoriety to possibly pursue a professional career.  However, for the 114 years that the NCAA has existed,...

Next Stop, New World: Jorge Valero Pursues His Passion for Theatre

Senior Jorge Valero excited to represent New World School of the Arts College.

Allegra Sharp, Staff Writer

April 13, 2020

Senior Jorge has led an interesting school year. At the start of the year, he was invited by the SCHOLAS Organization to fly to Mexico and work with the Pope and others in hopes of working to bridge together different cultures and communities. Their main points of discussion were better the community...

Lia Sanchez: Ready to Soar like a Blue Jay

Senior Lia Sanchez standing in front of her dream college, to which she has recently committed to.

Ariana Alvarez, Staff Writer

April 1, 2020

Senior Lia Sanchez has just passed a huge milestone in her life. She recently committed to her dream school, Johns Hopkins University. Sanchez has worked very hard her entire academic career since her first day of kindergarten till now and fortunately, all her work has paid off. Sanchez was also accepted i...

College Football Coach resigns after pro-Hitler comment

College Football Coach resigns after pro-Hitler comment

Sharon Florez, Staff Writer

March 30, 2020

Crimes against humanity are no joking matter to most people. For Morris Berger, however, Hitler’s “leadership skills” are ideas he personally takes into consideration.  Now former football coach, Berger, was at first suspended for his Hitler comment.   “We are conducting a thorough investi...

Critical Information for Students Taking Advanced Placement Exams

Daniel Toll, Editor-in-Chief

March 22, 2020

Attention Cavaliers! Attached on this link is important information from the College Board regarding Advanced Placement (AP) exam procedures, including the ways in which tests will be administered and how the College Board will be preparing review sessions for AP Students. If you are taking an AP te...

It Is All About the U: Rodney Michel

Rodney Michel poses with his new University of Miami gear, adding in the signature University of Miami 'U

Jeannette Perez, Staff Writer

February 4, 2020

On Jan.24, the University of Miami (UM) released their admission decisions for the Early Action applicant pool, and while many Cavaliers were accepted into this top-ranked, prestigious research university, Rodney Michel stood out from the crowd. Not only was he accepted, but he was also awarded with...

Get the Most Out of Your Summer: Top Summer Programs

Chase Bagnall-Koger, News Editor

January 30, 2020

Though the warm weather and beach days that come with summer vacation may seem ages away, the end of this school year is now less than a semester from now. For high school students that plan to apply to prestigious colleges - or just to stand out from the crowd at any university -  summer is not just...

Princeton Prize in Race Relations: For Outstanding High School Students

January 23, 2020

The Princeton Prize is for students in grades 9-12 who are doing "outstanding work" in their schools or communities to advance the cause of improving race relations. Applicant must have an adult “supporter” – teacher, advisor, community/religious leader or other adult who can attest to and support...

Maroon in the 305: Kylie Coulombe’s Acceptance Into the University of Chicago

During the 2020 Fall Semester, senior Kylie Coulombe will attend the University of Chicago in Chicago, Illinois.

Audrey Simon, Staff Writer

January 16, 2020

In mid-December, the prestigious University of Chicago (UChicago) released their Early Action decisions and, in a competitive applicant pool which included numerous qualified Cavaliers, Kylie Coulombe was the only one fortunate enough to call herself a future UChicago Maroon. According to U.S. News, the wo...

Forever Looking Forward, But Always Giving Back: Cavalier Class of 2019

C.A.P. Advisor Ms. Driver poses for a picture with her former seniors, now college freshmen, after the 2019 College Forum.

Daniel Toll, Editor-in-Chief

December 20, 2019

On Thursday, Dec. 19, distinguished graduates from the Cavalier Class of 2019 returned to Coral Gables Senior High (CGSH) campus, many for the first time since graduating, to attend the annual College Forum held in the school auditorium. Coordinated by Gables's College Assistance Program (C.A.P.) office...

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