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Sloane Kapit has 22 articles published.

Sloane Kapit is a senior at American Heritage and holds the role of Assistant Editor in Chief and Cover Story Editor of the Patriot Post. Her love of both writing and design drew her into the world of communications. She serves as the president of the Pre-Law Society and Habitat for Humanity (AHS Chapter), and often works with children through UNICEF and Kids in Distress. Sloane also has a passion for fashion that she loves to share with others.
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Junior high students showcase works at Literary Fair

This year, approximately 75 students entered the contest. Composition & Grammar and Literature teachers chose the top poetry and prose works submitted by their students to enter into the Literary Fair, while many students also chose to enter on their own. The judges ranked the top four entries in each category as the winners. Keep Reading

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Math team wins big at states

With all of the awards won by Heritage students, many could not contain their excitement. The team got to defend their state championship title they earned last year, and can now call themselves “back-to-back champions.” Keep Reading

Photos: Mrs. Leya Joykutty
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Science fair district winners headed to state competition

One may not expect to see a district science fair competition taking place when entering Broward Mall, but this was the case Feb. 9. Various junior and senior high students took their projects and their A-game to the mall to compete in the science fair with projects they have been working on for months. The junior high competition took place from 9 a.m. to 12 p.m., while the senior high students participated from 1 p.m. to 4 p.m. Keep Reading

Photos submitted by Lee Friedman and Madison Paez
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Patriot pre-professionals

Students at American Heritage have endless opportunities to discover their passions. In the case of these three seniors, the internships they have participated in through their respective pre-professional programs have taught them invaluable lessons and brought irreplaceable memories.   Pre-Med: Senior Lee Friedman Since Friedman was born, his parents have encouraged him to become a doctor instead of lawyers like them. Upon breaking his wrist in eighth grade while playing football, Friedman grew fascinated with the x-ray images of his… Keep Reading

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