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COMMEMORATIVE EDITION CELEBRATING CHRISTOPHER COLUMBUS HIGH SCHOOL 60TH ANNIVERSARY
 
Christopher Columbus High School has always fostered three distinct traditions: the pursuit of academic excellence, the heritage of Catholic education, and the unique spirit and mission of the Marist Brothers.

Columbus opened in 1958 with just two and a half buildings and an enrollment of approximately 150 students. The Marist Brothers assumed the direction of the school in 1959, under the leadership of Principal Br. Benedict.

Throughout the years the school expanded, adding new buildings, facilities and programs. Known for excellence in every field, and with an enrollment of 1,700 students and over 14,750 alumni, today Christopher Columbus High School is a model for Catholic schools all over the country.

Community Newspapers is committed to creating a publication that honors Christopher Columbus High School and serves as a lasting keepsake for its students, faculty, future students, alumni, community partners worldwide.

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PREDICTING A WINNER - SUPER BOWL 2020
 

Miami Dolphins Win Super Bowl LIV! Now that is an attention-grabbing headline if I ever read one. Imagine watching our very own team win the big game in their own stadium. That would be a first in NFL history! It could happen though because the Super Bowl is coming home. Winning the 2020 bid solidified Miami’s place in Super Bowl history, with our city hosting a record 11 games. We must... Read More »

 
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DOLPHIN MALL LAUNCHES INAUGURAL ‘DOLPHIN SPICE’ RESTAURANT MONTH WITH AN ARRAY OF FOOD OFFERINGS
 

For the first time in its 17-year history, Dolphin Mall is launching its very own featured-restaurant program, “Dolphin Spice.” Throughout the month of September, eight of the mall’s eclectic restaurants will feature a variety of lunch- and dinner-tasting menus at discounted prices. “Miami has an incredible international food scene,” said Madelyn Bello Calvar, the mall’s marketing and sponsorship... Read More »

 
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DORAL PREP’S TORRES JOINS IN ‘LIFE-CHANGING’ BANK OF AMERICA’S STUDENT LEADERS SUMMIT IN WASHINGTON
 
High schoolers are more than just tomorrow’s future professionals. They are today’s trailblazers, change makers, and activists – all helping create a difference in their communities. This year’s group of Bank of America Student Leaders® is no different. From starting their own organizations and school clubs to advocating for social change, these civic-minded high school... Read More »
 
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DORAL BAR ASSOCIATION HOLDS SEMINAR AT CONCRETE SPACE
 

On July 18, the Doral Bar Association offered members and business leaders a free seminar to address recent changes U.S. Immigration policy and how it affects foreign workers. The event was held at at Concrete Space at 3400 NW 78 Avenue in Doral. As guests enjoyed... Read More »

 
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DORAL TAKES ‘STEP IN RIGHT DIRECTION’ WITH ADDITIONAL SCHOOL-BASED OFFICERS
 

The Doral City Council approved moving forward on a Memo of Understanding with Miami-Dade County Public Schools (M-DCPS) August 8 to increase school safety in Doral. Following the tragedy earlier this year at Parkland, city leadership has diligently explored viable solutions to ensure the safety of our students, while being mindful of existing jurisdictions. With this MOU, the city will partner with M-DCPS to assign school-based law enforcement officers to four Doral public schools. Dr. Ronaldo Espinosa K-8 Center, Eugenia B. Thomas K-8 Center, John I... Read More »

 
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AS SUMMER COMES TO A CLOSE, MCS GRADS HEAD OFF TO COLLEGE ON SCHOLARSHIPS
 
As summer draws to a close many of the seniors who graduated are preparing to leave for college. More than 80 percent of the students Received scholarships and a number of those are recognized here: Miguel Diaz, was accepted to and offered scholarships to: Akron University, Limestone College, Louisiana Tech, Nova Southeastern University, and University of Maryland-Baltimore Campus. Mario Fernandez, was accepted to and offered scholarships from Florida International University, Miami Dade College, and St. Thomas University. Aaron Gedeon, was accepted to and offered scholarships from: Austin Peay University, Broward College, Keiser University, Hofstra University... Read More »
 
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