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COS: Humaira Ashrafi

Humaira Ashrafi enjoys binge watching Criminal Minds

Azwad Ahmed, Editor

October 19, 2020

Humaira Ashrafi is a Senior who is dedicated to whatever she does. Ashrafi came to the United States no less than five years ago. She did not let any language barriers or cultural barriers stop her. From being apart of various clubs to maintaining near-perfect grades, Ashrafi constantly aims to set the...

COS: Trinity Macaluso

COS: Trinity Macaluso

Khan Ho, Writer

September 19, 2020

Trinity Macaluso is a senior at Santaluces Community High School. She is a very studious and hardworking individual in and out of the classroom. In her Junior year, she got the Cambridge Scholar rewards with Merit for her accomplishments during her Sophomore year. Junior year, Macaluso was awarded her ...

COS: Kerryna Dort

Kerryna Dort at the BLM protest in West Palm Beach.

Myesha Rahman, Staff Writer

September 18, 2020

Junior Kerryna Dort has a lot on her plate. In addition to being an exemplary student, her feats include being a small business owner and activist. Her small business “Treasures from K” is run straight out of her bedroom. Dort noticed bangles trending on Instagram and was inspired to start making...

COS: Ashlee Williams

Williams successfully balances her academic life and social life

Kylee Johnson, Editor

September 16, 2020

Maintaining perfect grades, keeping a social life, being involved in clubs and activities, and taking time for yourself sounds like too much to handle, but Senior Ashlee Williams makes it look easy. Between taking rigorous classes and partaking in extracurricular activities, Williams is a star student at S...

COS: Mylena Bressan

COS: Mylena Bressan

Bellicia Gutierrez, Staff Writer

September 11, 2020

Mylena Bressan is currently a Senior at Santaluces. Throughout her years attending Santaluces, she’s taken several AICE, AP, and Honors classes. She maintains impressive grades despite the rigorous courses and is involved in many extracurricular activities, including the National Honors Society. My...

COS: Nathalia Dominguez

COS: Nathalia Dominguez

Azwad Ahmed, Editor

September 11, 2020

Senior Nathalia Dominguez is quite a busy student. Dominguez juggles her rigorous coursework, dual enrollment classes,  duties to various clubs, all while having a part-time job. What are you most proud of about yourself?   “What I’m most proud of is being able to adjust quickly when I comp...

Diana Hurtado: A Dedicated Chief

Diana celebrating her Colombian heritage during her senior photoshoot.

Sabrina McCranels, Staff Writer

September 9, 2020

Diana Hurtado is currently a senior at Santaluces. She holds her academics to very high standards. In the summer going into her junior year, Hurtado began dual enrollment at Palm Beach State College. She currently has three college classes under her belt and decided to pack her senior schedule with t...

Keyly Velasquez a Community Volunteer

Keyly Velasquez enjoys volunteering at her church or the Rainforest Clinic For Birds in Loxahatchee, Florida.

Karen Portillo, Staff Writer

March 9, 2020

Keyly Velasquez is a sophomore here at Santaluces. At school, Keyly is a part of the yearbook team and is a member of the Spanish National Honors Society. This school year, Velasquez takes a wide-range of classes and maintains impressive grades throughout. "My sophomore year is going very well because...

COS: Martha Gaytan

Outside of school, Gaytan enjoys volunteering at her friend's church and at the Broward County Animal Shelter.

Karen Portillo, Staff Writer

March 2, 2020

Martha Gaytan is a senior who will soon be attending Florida International University to major in psychology. The AICE diploma is awarded to students who have passed seven AICE exams in the span of three years. Gaytan is just one of the students who has recently received her AICE diploma as a result...

Future Seminole: Dylan Rodriguez

Dylan Rodriguez is just one of 400 students who have been accepted to FSU's CARE program.

Karen Portillo, Staff Writer

February 18, 2020

A first-generation college student means you are the first person in your immediate family to attend college. Senior Dylan Rodriguez is just one of the 400 first-generation students who were awarded a position in Florida State University's CARE Program. CARE stands for the Center for Academic Retention...

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