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While highschool is known as a prison for students, one can learn to see it’s more positive than anything.

High School Survival Guide

Amanda Perez, CavsTV Staff March 1, 2021

Transitioning into high school from middle school is always a stressful process. However, it will be known as one of the most important moments for a teenager. Making new friends, learning to stop procrastinating,...

CavsChat: Interviewing Current High School Sweethearts

Arlett Bouza, CavsTV Staff January 10, 2021

Valentine's Day is near and love is in the air. We have found a high school relationship that has run strong throughout the years. Find out what it is like to manage school work, a social life, and a significant...

What Study Technique Works Best for You?

What Study Technique Works Best for You?

Stephanie Andrade, CavsTV Staff November 19, 2020

Study techniques and the way people learn varies for each person. You should be able to maximize your abilities and utilize your time in the best way possible. As students, it can be hard to figure out...

The MDCPS emergency school board meeting on Sept. 29 resulted in the surprising announcement that in-person learning will be returning as soon as Oct. 5.

Emergency MDCPS School Board Meeting Results in In-Person Learning Starting Oct. 5

Massimo Aguila, Staff Writer October 1, 2020

The Miami Dade County School Board held an emergency meeting on Sept. 29, following state pressures to open up schools on Oct. 5 instead of the previously determined Oct .14. The emergency meeting was...

High School Survival Guide

Hannah Fabing-Gonzalez , CavsTV Staff August 25, 2020

HighSchool Survival Guide by Hannah Fabing-Gonzalez

As our government scrambles to decide whether or not to open reopen schools, they seem to leave teachers out of decision making even though they're the ones that will be heavily impacted.

Should Teachers Have a Say in the Reopening of Schools?

Lauren Gregorio, Opinion Editor August 17, 2020

With summer coming to an end and the 2020-2021 school year beginning, states are scrambling to determine whether it is safe to reopen campuses in person. Unfortunately, in many of these states, governmental...

Sisters Audrey (left) and Emily (right) working hard on building their website and establishing contact with similar organizations.

DIVE-ing Into Diversity and Inclusion

Daphne Renoux, Staff Writer August 10, 2020

Miami is best known for its diverse population; however, the subject of racial and cultural identity are often left out of the school curriculum. For this reason, former CavsConnect Editor in Chief and...

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...

School Times Are Changing, and It’s About Time

Jana Faour, Reviews and Copy Editor December 18, 2019

Growing up in the Miami-Dade County Public Schools system, students are raised to wake up when sunlight is just beginning to strengthen. By the time they got to school, it was bright and felt like a new...

Great Mills High school was surrounded by police and paramedics after the school shooting tragedy occurred Tuesday morning.

Horror Strikes Again

Jesse Zambrano, Joshua McKerrow/Capital Gazette March 23, 2018

A month after the shooting at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School, Great Mills High School in Maryland suffered a school shooting at the hands of student Austin Wyatt Rollins. Rollins brought his father's...

The Academy of Finance is another magnet program offered at CGHS, and an alternative to the IB program.

The Good and the Bad: Magnet Programs Edition

Chase Bagnall-Koger, Staff Writer November 7, 2017

Magnet programs are programs that offer a specialized curriculum that includes a focus on a particular subject or subjects, usually requiring a special application and acceptance by a lottery system. Magnet...

Not a Size Two? Apparently Tights Aren’t for You!

Vanessa Grau, Staff Writer September 24, 2017

On Aug. 24, Heather Taylor, a Stratford High School Principal, was allegedly accused of fat shaming tenth-grade female students for wearing leggings. The principal voiced her opinions of the girls' weight,...

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