Teaching the future: A deeper look into the Early Childhood Education program
BY ARIELLE KRAUS Many students come to school to learn. However, CCHS students in the Early Childhood Education (ECE) Program come to teach. CCHS has an early learning lab located on its campus called The Littlest Cowboys Preschool. Here, students involved in the ECE program work with and teach... Read more
Implementing new interests: New clubs enter the CCHS extracurricular scene
BY EMMA HUERTA As with the usual high school experience, many activities fill up students’ schedules both during and after school. A huge part of this lifestyle can be attributed to extracurricular clubs, as students unite themselves into distinct groups honoring a common interest or service. Clubs at CCHS... Read more
Skaters at CCHS: Who’s on board?
BY ELENA VALDEZ Cliches are an inevitable part of high school. As one walks down the halls, it’s easy to point out who’s who and what group they most likely “belong” to. Some of these traditional cliques, however, are easier to point out than others with distinct styles and... Read more
Posting to keep the city posted: Exploring the Around Cooper City Instagram account
BY JULIA SAFRIN A blog run by an anonymous person is what seems like a stereotypical feature of the small towns that appear in movies and TV shows. Although Cooper City is a small town of reality, it is stereotypical and even equipped with an anonymously-ran Instagram account, @around_cooper_city.... Read more
Where high school goes to college: CCHS sophomores decide if they want to go to College Academy
BY SASHEEN JOSEPH When the clock turned midnight on January 9, 2019, most CCHS students were finishing up homework as usual. But a few sophomore students in particular were refreshing their computer in hopes to be the first to apply to College Academy— a program that offers many benefits... Read more
College commitments: Lady Cowboys score major opportunities for future athletic careers
BY KAYLA GATES Whether it’s practicing for a soccer game, training for a softball tournament or warming up for a swim meet, playing a sport requires intense effort and dedication. However, Cooper City High School students are proving that an athlete’s hard work can pay off in the long... Read more
The Sound of Pride is hectic, but worth it in the end
BY JOSEPH STURGEON CCHS has a variety of large clubs, one of the most prominent being the Sound Of Pride (SOP). SOP is Cooper’s resident student orchestra that could be seen– and heard– at the annual pep rally held during homecoming week, performing a circus-themed show with the performers’... Read more
Students Against Sexual Assault: Fighting to abolish the patriarchy
BY JOSEPH STURGEON In a school as socially vast as Cooper City High, it makes sense that there’s a wide variety of clubs. Some appeal to the fine arts, such as the Thespians, while some celebrate diversity, like the Multicultural Club and others, still, are focused on students embracing... Read more
New year, new staff: CCHS welcomes two new teachers to the math department
BY EMMA HUERTA The fresh start to a renewed school year has already begun. The halls of the campus are full of new students, policies and even staff members. Although students are returning from summer vacation to their usual schedules and normalcy, new teachers in the mathematics department are... Read more
Teachers and their craft: Why CCHS teachers entered the profession
BY ALEXANDRA SANSONE At CCHS, teachers have taken many different paths to arrive at their profession, and each has a unique journey and rationale to share. However, though teachers devote each and every day to helping students as they navigate through life, their own journeys are often overlooked. Mathematics... Read more