Testing the limits: Freshman Max Novak pursues an accelerated math program
BY ABBIE TUSCHMAN Logarithms, vectors and parabolas. For most students, these aren’t the things that come to mind when asked about their identity. But for freshman Max Novak, they’re what make him stand out from the crowd. When Novak was in fifth grade, he took the Great Explorations in... Read more
Going for the gold: Gymnast Tyler Flowers trains like there’s no tomorrow
BY SABRINA WONG Over 15 hours worth of sports practice usually doesn’t fall into a high schooler’s weekly schedule. But for sophomore Tyler Flowers, this tremendous time commitment is just a normal part of his routine. As an all-star gymnast, Flowers began training at only 4 years old. He... Read more
Just keep swimming: Sophomore Robert Wilson swims his way to success
BY ARIELLE KRAUS It’s not often that you hear a high school student has made the time cut for the Junior Olympics at such a young age. However, this accomplishment is one of many for the sophomore swimmer Robert Wilson, who has dedicated countless hours to this sport and... Read more
Tackling tech for tomorrow: CCHS student Brian Becker shows his passion for technology
BY EMMA HUERTA Everyday, it seems as if new innovations are on the rise, as creators scramble in order to develop the newest and hottest commodity on the market. With these increasing amounts of technology, new gadgets are constantly being brought to society’s attention, which may take some getting... Read more
Amit Lowy: Exploring new opera-tunities with her talent
BY JULIA SAFRIN It’s no secret that CCHS’ student body consists of many foreign students who have moved to the United States in recent years and have added to the diversity of the school. These individuals bring their language, culture, traditions and talent to the student population. Among these... Read more
Golin gets political: Junior Grant Golin is on the path to working in D.C.
BY ABBIE TUSCHMAN I’m sitting outside of the CCHS cafeteria with junior Grant Golin, beginning to ask about his current involvement in politics. He interrupts me– a new email has landed in his inbox. It’s the quote for the cost of the Town Hall For Our Lives, which he’s... 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
A love for music: Freshman Kiara Ryan makes Wind Ensemble
BY SABRINA WONG Students who are just beginning to learn how to play an instrument often have the mindset to progressively improve and eventually make it into Wind Ensemble, the top group of musicians in a school band. Even in middle school, where band is first available as an... Read more
Wanderlust Wallace: Teacher and avid adventurer
BY EMMA FRANZ At Cooper City High School, Daniel Wallace is recognized as the Earth Space and AP Environmental Science teacher or junior varsity volleyball coach. Outside of school, however, he is known as quite the eager explorer. Wallace not only enthusiastically discusses the topic of science, but also... 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