CCHS Sends Students To Miami Montage
BY CASEY CHAPTER This summer, some students were utilizing their break from school… with more school. Each year, twenty high school journalists are selected to take part in the Peace Sullivan/James Ansin High School Workshop in Journalism and New Media. Held at the University of Miami, the three-week program... Read more
Upcoming Events for the New School Year                                 
BY THOMAS CAETANO Flooding the hallways, new students bolt to their classes at the 7:25 bell. But at 2:30, these teenagers have endless possibilities ranging from partaking in activities to their interest to preparing for an annual dance. “Freshman year, right after that 2:30 p.m. bell on my first... Read more
2017 Final Exam Exemption Information
BY  SOPHIA WENGIER With final exams just around the corner, it’s time for students to open up Pinnacle and decide which classes they are going to exempt.  On Monday, June 5th, final exams will begin and the school year will come to a close. Exam exemption forms were passed... Read more
HOPE Sunshine Club Holds Suicide Awareness Week
BY NOAH CASTAGNA The CCHS chapter of the HOPE (Helping Overcome Problems Effectively) Sunshine Club held its Suicide Prevention and Awareness Week, which began on Monday, May 15 and concluded with the Hugs for HOPE 5K Run and Walk on Saturday, May 20. One of the HOPE Sunshine Club’s... Read more
National Honor Society Inducts 104 New Members
BY DARIAN SABLON The room was packed with both students and parents, celebrating the beginning of a new chapter in their lives and the end of another. The NHS Induction Ceremony was more than just the acceptance of over 100 students into NHS – it was an appreciation for... Read more
Senior Awards Recognizes Outstanding Students
BY SABRINE BRISMEUR Dozens of seniors took the stage Thursday night to be recognized for accomplishments in sports, service, academics and scholarships, taking home awards ranging from small medallions to two-foot trophies. The program began with recognition of scholarships that were awarded to students by third parties, ranging from... Read more
Meet The Court: The 2017 CCHS Prom Court Nominees
BY KYLE NELSON Prom week has arrived, which brings Cooper City High School its yearly dose of school spirit. Along with prom week comes the crowning of a king and queen of prom, a tradition that has been a staple of high school since 1975. Get to know each of... Read more
Senior Graduation Information
BY KENDYL COUNTS Graduation may only be days away, but there are still plenty of reminders to take note of and loose ends to tie up. Here is everything you need to know to ensure that your last weeks of high school go as smoothly as possible. Final Transcripts... Read more
This is Why: Wait for the School Yearbook Finally Comes to an End
BY SABRINE BRISMEUR With smiles on their faces and arms full of white books, the yearbook staff at Cooper City proudly presented the culmination of a year’s worth of work: the 2017 edition of the Round Up. “The first thing I did when I got the yearbook was go... Read more
Lights, Camera, Encore! CCHS Sound Of Pride Performs Annual Showcase
BY KENDYL COUNTS AND SOPHIA WENGIER On May 12, the Sound of Pride Marching Band and Color Guard took to the stage for their 11th annual end of year performance. Through an interactive prism concert, performers showcased their work from throughout the year as a final hurrah before the... Read more