By Dan Casals @DannyCasals With over nine hundred in attendance Miami-Dade County powerhouse Columbus lost a nail-biter at home. Right out of the gate Columbus hitters came out swinging, lead off batter Danny Casals knocked a single to right off…Continue Reading →
Robert Blanck, an attorney at Blanck and Cooper, P.A., came to his alma mater yesterday to talk to the Pre-Law Club. He gave firsthand advice on the necessary steps to becoming an attorney. He talked about how much the educational…Continue Reading →
The varsity Columbus lacrosse team improved to 9-3 yesterday with a 19-17 victory over Pine Crest School in Fort Lauderdale. Senior Alex Gonzalez led the way with 8 goals. Next up for the Explorers is away at Coral Shores on…Continue Reading →
Jason Wright, an elementary school teacher and a lifelong bagpiper, regaled the campus of Columbus this fine St. Patrick’s Day morning with tunes from the Emerald Isle. Thanks to Dr. Carter Burrus for arranging this.
By Mr. Camara. Over the weekend of February 27-28, the Columbus Speech and Debate came home with the first Florida Forensic League State Champion. Nineteen Columbus Explorers competed at the 2015 Varsity State tournament after qualifying at Regionals earlier in…Continue Reading →
By Mrs. Chomat. On Friday, March 13, some of our students competed at Barry University in the areas of Chemistry & Physics. Thirteen schools participated in the competition. The boys competeted in three areas: an individual written exam, a laboratory team…Continue Reading →
By Mrs. Meadows. On Saturday, March 14, two of our chess club participants entered the Miami Dade College High School Chess Tournament. John Cacioppo won a 3rd PlaceTrophy in the 9th Grade Division and our club president, Alex Vizcarra, won…Continue Reading →
By Mr. Cooper. This past weekend, the Columbus Jazz Band performed and competed up in Orlando at the Music USA Festivals. The band had a great time and played quite well. They received the highest rating of a Superior in…Continue Reading →