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Should testing be limited?

Bella Yacoviello, Staff Reporter

May 11, 2018


Filed under Opinions

In 2016, 3.6 million standardized tests were administered in Florida, (orlandosentinel.com), and in the two years that have followed, only more tests have been added. Standardized testing has become too frequent, to the point where it seems we’re bombarded nearly every week with a different...

Make the right decision

Make the right decision

Kalista Photopulos, Staff Reporter

April 20, 2017


Filed under Features

Decisions can be made in a second. You decide in one second that because you’re late, you’re going to speed. You decide in one second that you won’t wear your seatbelt because your ‘friends’ say it's ‘un-cool.’ You decide in one second that you’ll just pick up the cell phone to tell your...

A Florida Winter

A Florida Winter

Lizzy Mason, Staff Reporter

February 16, 2017


Filed under Features

Winter? In Florida? These two things are not necessarily thought of together all the time. Warm air and sunshine is what the people of Florida are used to almost all year round. Snow may not be a weather option for this sunshine state, but there are almost always a few days of that mysterious cold...

Modern summer camps have moved beyond the forest

Modern summer camps have moved beyond the forest

Raimi Sarnoff, Staff Reporter

May 23, 2016


Filed under Features

An intense competition of wits, artistic creativity, and activities to show off one’s athletic prowess can all be found at summer camps. It might be difficult to find all three at one camp, but there are summer camps that cater to each teen’s interests. Traditional summer camps and sport camps...

Freshman Reflection

Freshman Reflection

Raimi Sarnoff, Staff Reporter

April 20, 2016


Filed under Features

As the 2015-2016 school year draws to a close, this year's freshmen get ready for exams and for their first year of high school to be over. For many, the past nine months have been full of lessons that they will carry with them for the next three years of their high school careers. Now, that they’ve...

PHU Boys Eye Final Four

PHU Boys Eye Final Four

Hayden Grooms and Peter DiNapoli

February 5, 2016


Filed under Sports

After a rough regular season for the Hurricanes, finishing the season with a 7-6-2 record after only losing twice all season long in the 2014-2015 campaign, they have gone on to defeat every opponent faced in the playoffs thus far. Having a very mixed squad of all ages this season compared to a senior-heavy...

CPR in HOPE class

Ryan Thompson, Jr., Staff Reporter

October 19, 2015


Filed under News

Everyone should know how to do CPR. This week in Coach Schaefer's classes, the students have been learning how to do CPR. Over this last week, the students have learned how to react to a CPR situation, and execute the issue. Some students just started to learn about CPR when other students are learning...

Students in the work force

Ryan Thompson, Jr., Staff Reporter

October 8, 2015


Filed under Features

Publix has been allowing students from the age 14 to work there. Some may ask why students work there. Is it for the money, or for the experience? Many students at our own school work at Publix, such as sophomore Peter Papadami. He is said to earn $8.25 an hour, and can work up to 10 hours a week. “I...

The Sleep Schedule of a High School Student

The Sleep Schedule of a High School Student

Danny Francis, Staff Reporter

September 14, 2015


Filed under Opinions, Staff

Heart attacks, strokes, and diabetes. All of these can be linked to long term sleep deprivation. So why is it that teenagers are asked to wake up earlier than 7:00am 5 days a week? According to The National Sleep Foundation, biologically your bodies tend to sleep later than 11:00pm, and teenagers...

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