International Baccalaureate Curriculum

Natalie Abrahantes, CavsTV Co-Editor-in-Chief November 8, 2020

Graphing calculators like the T1-84's provided by Hamza's program are required materials in CGHS Pre-calculus and Calculus classes.

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...

Computers are much more than just hunks of metals

Are You Microsoft or Apple?

Mark Snyder, Multimedia December 9, 2018

Apple and Microsoft, are among one of the most iconic companies in the world. Despite the fact that they share an ever-growing computer market, they each embody certain qualities that attract certain types...

The new teachers excited to take on the 2017-2018 school year.

A Year of Novelty

Vanessa Grau, Staff Writer September 3, 2017

In the 2017-2018 school year, Coral Gables Senior High has been gifted with the arrival of many new teachers, who come prepared and trained to offer their knowledge and techniques to new students. Tatiana...

Art and design has been added to the acronym STEM.


Natalia Rodriguez , Staff Writer April 3, 2017

Recently, the Rhode Island School of Design (RISD) has pushed for the switch from STEM to STEAM. This initiative adds art and design to the acronym STEM, which stands for science, technology, engineering...

How will you be celebrating National Pie Day this year? If you still don't know what to do, maybe you can give these recipes a try!

Celebrate Pi Day the Pi(E) Way

Yeileny Lopez , Staff Writer March 14, 2017

March 14 is also known as Pi Day for its numerical significance (3/14, 3.14). What better way to celebrate Pi Day than by sitting back and eating a pie full of Pi day puns. Instead of buying a standard pie...

Knowing how to self-teach is a very important and necessary skill.

Self-Teaching: When Teachers are not Enough

Mariam Ahumada, Lifestyle Editor January 13, 2017

The 21st century is the age of technology, so take advantage of it! Whether you need a chapter or lesson review, homework help or even just a refresher, the internet should be your go-to tool. No matter...

Algebra Teacher Sherry Furnari analyzing game statistics before and during the basketball game.

Ms. Furnari: Classroom to Courtside

Amanda Pallas, highlights contributor February 11, 2016

Known as a math teacher here at Gables, Ms. Furnari is known as a Miami Heat statistic person when she steps onto the court at the American Airlines Arena.  Here,  Furnari shares her dedication to math...

Ms. Prado loves teaching math and explaining problems to her students.

Pythagorean Theorem with Ms. Prado

Olivia Pelaez, Staff Writer February 2, 2016

Known for her famous saying, "I hear your conversations, and they are not math-related," Ms. Prado is a lovable, fun math teacher. She is always eager to teach and solve difficult math problems. Prado...

The logo for the popular Youtube channel.

Vsauce: A Place Where STEM and YouTube Collide

Nicolas Schmidt, Staff Writer January 4, 2016

Our Rating: A If you are a curious person who likes learning about cool, new, interesting things, then Vsauce is the YouTube channel for you. With over 9.5 million subscribers, it is one of the most...

Mrs. Reinoso: A Passion For Math

Lane Morris, Staff Writer April 6, 2015

Loved for her patience and caring nature, Mrs. Reinoso is always excited to come to Gables and teach her students math. Q: How long have you been teaching at Gables? A: For thirteen years. Q:...

A glimpse of how Photomath is used to achieve great results.

PhotoMath: Doing the Work for You

Cameryn Padron, Staff Writer November 10, 2014

Our rating: A+ Release Date: Oct. 25, 2014 Cost: FREE Everyday students struggle to do math problems, searching all over the Internet to try to find the right answer. Fortunately, with the new...

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