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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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W. KENDALL/W. DADE, LET YOUR VOICE BE HEARD
 

The Kendall Parkway is promising to bring a wide range of transportation choices in West Kendall/West Dade, a community that represents almost a quarter of Miami-Dade County’s population. But it is much more than an expressway. This new, multimodal corridor also will offer special lanes for express bus service... Read More »

 
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PHYSICALLY INTEGRATED DANCE FESTIVAL AND CONFERENCE SLATED SEPT. 26-29
 
Acclaimed Miami-based dance pioneers Karen Peterson and Dancers (KPD) are expanding their work by launching an annual international festival and conference of physically integrated dance, Sept. 26-29, in South Florida. This groundbreaking contemporary dance form inclusive of those with and without disabilities, on stage, and in the audience –challenges artistic and societal perceptions of what defines physical beauty, and beautiful movement. Forward Motion, as the four-day event is called, will feature some of the best dance companies of any kind, in performance, in discussion and holding workshops... Read More »
 
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For the sixth year running, Kendall Soccer Coalition sent teams to U.S. Soccer’s Development Academy Summer Showcase & Playoffs, competing among the best clubs in the country. The U.S. Soccer Development Academy is made up of 197 clubs across the country, competing in six age groups: under 12 years of age, under 13, under 14, under fifteen, under 17, and under 19. The clubs compete against other clubs in their geographic region during... Read More »

 
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GULLIVER NAMES JAY GOULART VP FOR INSTITUTIONAL ADVANCEMENT
 

Gulliver Schools has announced the addition of Jay Goulart as vice president for institutional advancement. The announcement was made by Clifton L. Kling, president of Gulliver Schools. Goulart will lead all of Gulliver’s advancement efforts which incorporates development, alumni relations and marketing and communications. “Jay’s impressive career achievements are aligned with Gulliver’s standard of excellence and he will strengthen our school’s leadership,” Kling said. “His exceptional knowledge of institutional advancement will enable us to continue to grow our culture of philanthropy increasing opportunities for students and ensuring Gulliver’s success long into the future.”... Read More »

 
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