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3 nhs-peter Announcements

Don’t Reject the Honor of NHS

Students who were given a letter inviting them to join the Pembroke Pines Charter High School National Honor Society had to have picked up their applications by Friday, February 5th, from Mrs. Rudd in room U230. The criteria for admission to NHS are a 3.0 cumulative unweighted state GPA, 30 documented service hours already submitted […]

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Flag Football Is Ready to Kick Off!

The past two days, Monday February 8th and Tuesday February 9th, flag football tryouts were held. The upcoming 2016 season is approaching and it was time to gather up all the ladies who tried out. After 2 days of showing off their talents, the following girls have made the team: Abigayle Zamor (‘17) Adrianna Robles […]

1 the frank Announcements

Meet ‘The Frank’

After over 20 years as part of the Inclusive Arts Initiative, the City of Pembroke Pines has become a winner of the “Bright Ideas – Innovations in American Government Award” handled by Harvard University’s John F. Kennedy School of Government.  A new 11,000 square foot, two-story art gallery is being built at the City of […]

5 valentines Announcements

Get a Bouquet for Your Bae

The PPCHS’ Student government are having a fundraiser this week, running from February 8th through February 11th where they will be selling roses in the cafeteria during both A and B lunches and in S204 after school. The roses come in four colors: red, hot pink, pink and white. Each rose costs $2 and the […]

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Postponed Pep Rally Auditions

Attention all Jaguar auditionees! This year’s spring pep rally auditions have been postponed to a later date. Every year students find pure enjoyment in participating in our school’s annual pep rally. Pep rally signifies the arrival of a new spring semester and the assertive comradery of Pines Charter students. SGA hosts a pep rally twice […]

3 Best Buddies DONATED by Mrs Santiago 3 Announcements

Best Buddies Raise Awareness

For this week, Best Buddies is doing their first annual program in which members of the club see what it is like to have a disability. From wearing googles to give off the illusion to be visually impaired, to wearing slings and mouthpieces to being mute, Students are adopting a disability to spread awareness. “After […]

2 detentions Announcements

Demanding Detentions

On Tuesday February 2nd, administration sent a message on Jupiter Grades addressing the issue of students being late to class. The message stated that students must be inside their assigned classroom before the bell rings. If a student is late to class, they will be marked tardy and the teacher is to provide a consequence […]

1 morning announcements-Joshua Alleman Announcements

Morning announcements for Wednesday, February 10, 2016

NHS: All of the pennies, nickels, dimes, and dollars have been counted for the Pasta for Pennies fundraiser! A huge thank you from the National Honor Society to all of the homerooms who participated. This year, PPCHS raised $1,290.20 to donate to the Leukemia and Lymphoma Society! Mr. Holland’s homeroom came in first place, raising […]

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A New Mr. Jag Is Crowned

Yesterday, February 4th, members of the Charter community gathered in the River of Grass to watch the annual Mr. Jag pageant. The event was put together by the school’s Student Government Association (SGA). After weeks of planning, all of SGA’s hard work paid off into an incredible male beauty pageant with 14 senior boys. The […]


1 morning announcements-Joshua Alleman

Morning announcements for Friday, January 29, 2016

ANIMATION NATION: Come join Animation Nation for part two of their Cosplay Month today in D123. This week’s meeting will be all on wigs. It’s where Charter gets animated! SNOWBOWL: SGA will be holding their annual ...

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Juniors Celebrate Class Ring Bling

Last night on January 26th, 2016, over 100 juniors took one step closer to concluding their four year high school journey. Students and parents gathered in the River of Grass Auditorium at 6:30 PM to receive what they have been...

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Jaguars Show Their Talent

On Thursday, January 21th, students were all able to show off their inner talents at the PPCHS Talent show! Students performed duets, solo acts, and many different types of dances as well. Family and friends gathered at the Riv...


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Let It Snow, Let It Snow in the Gym

All-out warfare has returned to the floors of the Charter gyms. Cannonballs of rubber will strike enemies until it comes down to only one team. Only one team will emerge victoriously. SGA will have be having their annual SnowBo...

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Final Showdown for Boy’s Basketball

The varsity boys’ basketball team took on the Coconut Creek Cougars last night in the final regular season game. The mighty Jags beat the Cougars on the road by 5, 58-53. It was a special night for seniors Matthew Johnson, Ty...

1 morning announcements-Joshua Alleman

Morning announcements for Wednesday, January 27, 2016

GRAD BASH: Attention seniors! Your Grad Bash balance and all forms are due by FRIDAY.  If your forms and payment are not submitted, your spot will be given to students on the waiting list. FIRST PRIORITY:  Have you ever wonde...


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Lasagna Lovers Stop Leukemia and Lymphoma

The time has come for PPCHS’s National Honor Society to host the annual Pasta for Pennies fundraiser.  Every year, thousands of elementary, middle, and high school classrooms across the nation fill their classes with small w...

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The Youth Vote Counts!

Yesterday, January 21st, was the day that all students here at PPCHS who are sixteen years of age and older had the opportunity to pre-register to vote. Anybody who registered to vote yesterday who will be eighteen years of age...

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NEHS Bringing Poetry Slam to PPCHS

The National English Honor Society will be hosting their very first Poetry Slam on Wednesday, February 10th 2016. It is encouraged that students from all grades participate, whether it is as a performer or audience member. The ...