The Animal Rights Awareness Association Gives A Voice To The Voiceless
BY STACEY PASTERNAK The Animal Rights Awareness Association is a club new CCHS students may not know about, but one that some of the older CCHS attendees may remember. The club originated last year, and is currently being rekindled with the help of junior Sarah Park. Park, the club’s... Read more
Fashion Academy Turns CCHS Into “The Haus Of Chique”
BY RACHEL HAAS The Fashion Academy struck a pose once again at the 2013 Cooper City High Fashion Show on March 7th. The show surpassed the expectations of the parents and students who made up a full house for the event. CCHS’ very own auditorium was transformed into the... Read more
Mrs. Jenkins Uses Poetry To Inspire Students In And Out Of The Classroom
BY DAVID DEACON In order to help inspire her students in and out of the classroom, English teacher Tonya Jenkins is teaching ninth graders the many forms of poetic art. Jenkins, who has been teaching at Cooper City High for 13 years, has not spent much time on poetry... Read more
NHS Elects New Officers For The 13/14 School Year
BY CHERINA EUDOVIQUE Cooper City High School’s National Honor Society has elected their new officers for the 2013-2014 school year and these new officers have an impressive legacy to live up to. The NHS here at CCHS is one of the more prestigious clubs at the school. Students are... Read more
CCHS To Participate In Relay For Life
BY DANIELLE ONAFRAYCHUK Relay for Life, an annual event in which participants walk to raise money for cancer patients, takes place at Western High School on April 6th and lasts a full 24 hours. Relay for Life is an event that was created in 1985 by Dr. Gordy Klatt... Read more
CCHS To Compete In The AAA Autoskills Florida State Finals
BY CHERINA EUDOVIQUE The Cooper City High School Auto Technician class has been preparing for the Ford and AAA Florida state-wide automotive competition. Auto shop has been around CCHS for over 3 decades and Daniel Sorrentino, the current instructor, has been teaching the class here for 26 years. He... Read more
CCHS Competes On Beacon TV’s School Duel
BY KYRA BACON CCHS students Julieanna Bacon, Persis Bhadha, Alexis Bhadha and Jessica Hujber participated in the annual school duel television show, which premiered on BECON TV March 7th. School Duel is a competition in which select students from different schools answer trivia questions to compete against each other.... Read more
Many CCHS Students Are Opting For College Academy
BY KYRA BACON College Academy is catching many sophomores’ eyes as an alternative to junior year at Cooper City High School by offering them freedom and a college degree. College Academy is a unique school where students are enrolled full-time at Broward College and take classes with other CA... Read more
Two New Early Graduation Options Give Students The Chance To Graduate A Year Early
BY KYRA BACON New opportunities for early graduation will be available in the upcoming school year and students will have a chance to graduate a year early instead of halfway through their senior year. Starting in the 2013-2014 school year, early graduation, unlike this year and the years before,... Read more
Retired Admiral Stephen Rochon Speaks To CCHS For Black History Month
BY KYRA BACON CCHS was honored to have Retired Admiral Stephen Rochon and Congressman Debbie Wasserman-Schultz speak about the importance of Black History Month on Monday, February 25th, from 12:00 to 1:00pm in the auditorium. The presentation was a way to give students a firsthand account of the importance of... Read more