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Early Childcare students take exams at Nova Southeastern University
BY SABRINE BRISMEUR Students part of CCHS’ Early Childcare program took their exams to earn their Early Childhood Professional Certificate (ECPC) throughout the school week of November 27 at Nova Southeastern University (NSU) in Davie. A little under 200 students from all levels of the childcare program took the field... Read more
CCHS marching band proud of their performance at states
BY SABRINE BRISMEUR The CCHS Sound of Pride marching band traveled up to Hillsborough County on Friday to participate in the state Florida Marching Band Championships (FMBC) competition over the weekend at Gaither High School. Coming in eighth out of fifteen other high school bands, the Sound of Pride took... Read more
Sgt. Johnson’s funeral held at Cooper City’s Christ the Rock
BY SABRINE BRISMEUR Cooper City made national headlines on Saturday, October 21 as Sgt. La David Johnson, one of four U.S. Army soldiers killed during an ambush in Niger, was laid to rest at Christ the Rock Community Church on Stirling Road. With hands on their hearts and American flags... Read more
The Quiver: New university policies subject applicants to cruel and unusual treatment
BY SABRINE BRISMEUR With application deadlines impending, colleges and universities across the country have embraced a new wave of admission changes with the intent of making applying to higher education schools even more difficult, resulting in hundreds of protests throughout the nation. “Right now, we feel as though the application... Read more
County-wide Best Buddies Halloween party brings together students
BY SABRINE BRISMEUR Through double doors adorned with ghost decorations and spider webs was Best Buddies’ annual Halloween party, an event that drew in students and parents from across the county. “Our Halloween party is the largest event of the year, and we open admission to all the neighboring schools... Read more
Swimming and Diving: Cooper City vs. Everglades and Western
BY HANNAH EUBANKS On Monday, October 2, the girls volleyball team had a home match, there was a “white out” varsity football game, baseball tryouts occurred and the swim team finally had the last home meet of the season. All came out with wins, making it a very victorious night... Read more
Cross country: Team practices for potential district meet
BY HANNAH EUBANKS After a very hectic season, the CCHS cross country team had one of their biggest meets of the season on Thursday, October 12 at Markham Park in Sunrise. At the meet, they ran against teams from all over the county. Although this could be considered a mock... Read more
College application help guide
BY SOPHIA WENGIER With college application deadlines quickly approaching, there’s no question that the month of October is crunch time for seniors. However, the various steps of applying to college can be overwhelming and confusing for those who have never gone through the process. Here is an all inclusive guide... Read more
New international leadership and service club established in Cooper City
BY SABRINE BRISMEUR Students now have an additional choice in their broad selection of leadership and community service clubs at CCHS – one with roots across six continents. Interact club, a subproject of global network Rotary Club, “bring[s] together young people ages 12-18 to develop leadership skills,” according to its... Read more
Varsity cross country: meets after Irma
BY HANNAH EUBANKS After training all summer and looking forward to the school year full of meets, the Cowboys cross country team had their second meet of the season. Due to the uncontrollable setbacks of Hurricane Irma, the Cowboys had to miss out on a few of the meets they... Read more