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Act Six Scholarship

Act Six Scholarship

D'Ajahnae Croft

March 21, 2019


Filed under Features, News

Every senior who plans to attend college knows the struggle of trying to find money to pay for it. It’s a long, tedious, and stressful process to say the least. There is a scholarship called “Act Six,” which offers a full ride to one of the program's partner schools. Last year, PMA had one winner, ...

Amongst the Big Dogs

Damien Ponce

March 7, 2019


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For the third year in a row, the wrestling team competed at state. Coach Curin is very proud of his team and what they have been able to do in his three years running the program and hopes to keep going further. “It felt like where I belonged with the top dogs, being at state gave me that mental...

Moving on to City!

Cindy Nunez

March 4, 2019


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Every year a few selected students from schools all over Chicago come to Illinois Tech University to compete in the science fair. This year amongst those students, were cadets from Phoenix . Each with a project of their own, they were confident in what took them months to prepare to present to the ju...

Modern Concentration Camps

Omar Perez

February 13, 2019


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In China, Turkish and Uyghurs people are being held in Concentration Camps but, are being renamed as “re-education camps.” “At least 800,000 possibly up to a couple million are help in these camps,” said Scott Busby of the US state department. These people are being tortured, beaten to...

Golden Apple Finalists – Raygoza and Edwards

Golden Apple Finalists – Raygoza and Edwards

Hugo Sermeno

February 12, 2019


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Many teachers and staff at Phoenix Military Academy are overachievers, but only a few will go the extra mile. Mr. Edwards and Mrs. Raygoza are finalists for the Golden Apple award for excellence in teaching. The Golden Apple contest has been recognizing outstanding teachers since 1986. The teachers who...

JEA Convention

Anthony Catching

February 6, 2019


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This year the Journalism Education Association (JEA) hosted their semi annual convention in Chicago downtown. The JEA convention hosts over 6,000 guests worldwide, containing little workshops on how to become better writers and reporters. From November 1-4 at the Hyatt Regency, some of those 6,000 gues...

Bringing it back to Latin and Afro studies

Yamel Lopez

February 4, 2019


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Contemporary American History is back in business. Senior Kenny Wilkerson is in that class third period. They talk a lot about both Latin and Afro cultures. Most recently the topic they have been discussing is the book “Enrique’s Journey”, which is about a migrant who travels to the United State...

First of Many

Jorge Castillo

February 4, 2019


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The Gay Straight Alliance club kicked off a great start this year with senior Victoria Rivera as president of GSA this year she made sure that the first meeting everyone was comfortable enough to speak. Rivera plays a big role in when the meetings are and how they run.   “As the president I...

Girls Basketball Game Cancellation

D'Ajahnae Croft

January 29, 2019


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        On December eleventh, the girls basketball team was pumped for their game against Mather high school. Unfortunately, things didn't go as planned because the girls were not able to go to the game.       “The bus company didn’t show up to the school. The ref showed up to the game ...

PMA upset after forfeit at debate tournament

PMA upset after forfeit at debate tournament

Kenny Wilkerson

November 7, 2018


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Debate allows for people to speak their mind, mainly on political topics with the intent to persuade and on October 12 PMA was not allowed to speak their mind. The PMA Debate Team recently had a debate tournament at Solorio High School, but did not compete. Due to their late arrival, the tournamen...

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