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Saying Goodbye. The class of 2019 had an emblem of the eagle logo that reads “Be Positive, Be Passionate, Be Proud to be an Eagle” painted in the courtyard as their gift to the school. It is an MSD tradition for the graduating class to donate a personalized gift to beautify the campus. Photo courtesy of Dawson Corea

MSD class of 2019 has emblem painted in the courtyard as their gift to the school per MSD tradition

Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School’s class of 2019 has been raising money for a parting gift to the school since their freshman year. As per tradition, the senior class donated a gift to help beautify the school. Previous classes have donated benches and picnic tables around the school, as well as mosaics in the senior courtyard.The senior class decided the […]

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Culinary 1 students compete in their own version of “Cupcake Wars”

Culinary 1 students compete in their own version of “Cupcake Wars”

Inspired by the well-known television show “Cupcake Wars,” the Culinary 1 class faced off in their own version of cupcake wars as as one of the final assignments of the year on April 19. “Due to the popularity and recognition the competitive show was receiving, I realized this would be an different, new and out of the ordinary assignment.” Culinary […]

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You Just Got Served. The Lady Eagles beach volleyball team participated in a scrimmage on Tuesday, Mar. 12. Photo by Kacie Shatzkamer

Student introduces new beach volleyball club

The official women’s varsity volleyball season concluded in November. However, not all players were ready to give up playing with a team until next season. Sophomore Capri Lica had the idea and initiative to start a beach volleyball club. Lica noticed that various other schools in Broward County had the club sport, and thought it was a great opportunity to […]

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From left to right: Full-back Bryan Herrera (8), midfielder Cole Leonardi (9), striker Justin Brod (7), defense Lucas Magalhaes (12), and midfielder Juan Munera (21) pose for a senior night photo with their parents.

Men’s varsity soccer season comes to a close

The MSD soccer team held their senior night on Friday, Jan. 15. They went against Taravella High School, beating them with a score of 5-1. However, their season came to an abrupt end after getting defeated by Coral Springs High School, with a score of 2-1 on Jan. 28. “The season coming to an end is really upsetting,” captain, midfielder […]

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Coral Springs Holiday Parade ‘expresses’ holiday cheer

Coral Springs Holiday Parade ‘expresses’ holiday cheer

The annual Coral Springs Holiday Parade occurred on Wed., Dec. 12 at 7 p.m. on Sample Road. In order to spread holiday cheer, the theme for this year was ‘Holiday Express’. The Coral Springs community came together to watch the parade. Many families brought foldable chairs or festive blankets to enjoy the event comfortably. Along with each float, city volunteers […]

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[Brief] Women’s swim and dive team places first in meet

On Oct. 3, the women’s swim and dive team participated in a meet against Deerfield Beach and Coral Glades High Schools and Coral Springs Charter School. The meet started at 4:30 p.m. and was played at Deerfield High School. The team beat both schools again, making this their third win in a row. “I’m beyond proud of our team,” sophomore […]

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[Brief] Women’s varsity swim and dive team competes in meet

On Sept. 12, the women’s varsity swim and dive team played against Pembroke Pines Charter School and Stranahan High School. The meet took place at Pembroke Pines Charter and started at 4:30 p.m. The team did not end up winning, but are hopeful for future games. “I’m super proud of our team. We did so much better than last meet. […]

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[Brief] Women’s varsity swim and dive team wins second place in first meet

On Sept. 5, the women’s varsity swim and dive team had a meet at the Deerfield Aquatic Center, located in Deerfield Beach where they played against Monarch High School and Coral Springs Charter School. The meet started at 4:30 p.m. and lasted for about two hours. The team beat Monarch High School, but ended up in second place. “Although we […]

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