Brain Brawl Team Loses To Stoneman Douglas in State Championship
BY EMILY PERL CCHS’s National Honor Society Brain Brawl team reigned as champions of the South District, before losing to Stoneman Douglas High School On January 26th for state championship. The Brain Brawl is a competition that allows students in the National Honor Society to compete against other schools... Read more
Broward Teen Ambassadors Promote Theater To Their Peers
BY JACKIE WEISER Junior Samantha Hall and freshman Sarah Sharpe are expressing their love for the arts by representing Cooper City High School through a unique program called Broward Teen Ambassadors. As Broward Teen Ambassadors, Hall and Sharpe get the opportunity to review shows at the Broward Center for... Read more
CCHS Goes To Wonderland For 2nd Annual Fashion Show
BY RACHEL SHARPE CCHS students will hit the runway next Thursday night for the Fashion Academy’s “Alice in Wonderland” themed fashion show, beginning at 7 p.m. in the CCHS auditorium. The second annual fashion show is put together by CCHS’s Fashion Applications students. The fashion academy has worked in... Read more
CCHS’s Academy of Finance Has Students Minds On The Money
  BY JESSICA WEAVER Through Cooper City’s Academy of Finance program, students learn about business and finance in order to become financially successful in the future. In an economy where 70 percent of American consumers are in debt, learning about finance at a young age is extremely beneficial. The... Read more
CCHS Unveils New Construction Plans
BY RACHEL SHARPE Cooper City High School is set to receive a campus makeover. Plans for CCHS’s new building are underway and construction is expected to begin between January 9th and February 6th of 2012. According to Principal Wendy Doll, the project is awaiting permit submittal. “In order to... Read more
Students Cook Up New Club
BY EMILY PERL Cooper City High School has recently introduced a new culinary club, where students can learn how to cook meals and better prepare themselves for life without parents to cook for them. This is the first club that CCHS has had that deals with food and cooking.... Read more
Budget Cuts Still Affecting Students
BY JESSICA WEAVER Cooper City High School has seen many cutbacks this year as a result to a lack of funding from the state for education, as seen in the number of available supplies, larger class sizes and reduction in the amount of teachers. Governor Rick Scott and the... Read more
Learn The Rules: CCHS Enforces New Policies
BY EMILY PERL Cooper City High School has implemented new rules for the 2011 – 2012 school year, including the law against baggy pants, the use of cell phones during school, and the prohibition of items being dropped off by parents. One new rule that stands out is the... Read more
CCHS Welcomes 172 Transfer Students From OSP Program
BY RACHEL SHARPE One hundred and seventy-two students transferred to CCHS at the start of this school year when the Florida Legislature revised the state’s Opportunity Scholarship Program (OSP), which gives students who attended a “D” or an “F” school a chance to attend a higher performing school in... Read more
CCHS Students Relive History In Israel
BY RACHEL SHARPE This past summer, four CCHS students experienced Israel through a unique study abroad program while earning high school and college credit.  The program is offered in two summer sessions and during the regular school year. Alexander Muss High School in Israel (AMHSI) is a six-eight week... Read more