One more home run: Indoor winds performs for the last time at CCHS
BY SABRINA WONG Parents, family members and friends could hear music blasting from outside the CCHS gym on April 10 as the first-ever indoor winds group finished up their rehearsal and began preparing for their farewell performance. The members decided to host a Family and Friends Night to display... Read more
Peace, love and unity: CCHS students perform a peace ceremony for the school
BY EMMA HUERTA Student activism has become a more common occurrence as students find their voices, pursue their passions and make their messages heard. This is the case for sophomore Kaela Goldstein, who decided to pursue one of these passionate goals and organize a ceremony for all CCHS students... Read more
Taking charge of the Cowboys: SGA announces its officer election results
BY EMMA HUERTA On March 14, all of the classrooms at CCHS listened intently to Student Government Association (SGA) sponsor Natalie Flaten’s announcement. Although students usually tend to ignore or talk over the daily announcements, this was not the case with this exciting Thursday afternoon. Flaten was announcing the... Read more
Spreading Facebook knowledge: Kyle Foster from Society of Professional Journalists visits CCHS
BY SABRINA WONG Facebook, a popular social media site, is normally viewed as a place to publish photos, interact with friends and share news. However, Facebook has more of a purpose than is commonly recognized. On Thursday, March 7, digital trainer Kyle Foster spoke to CCHS journalists from The... Read more
Music matters: CCHS band students participate in district MPA at Dillard High School
BY SABRINA WONG Concert and Symphonic Band students poured into the CCHS auditorium on Tuesday morning, March 12, to continue preparing for their annual district Music Performance Assessment (MPA). This year, students performed at Dillard High School’s auditorium— the south site for the event— located in Fort Lauderdale. Wind... Read more
They’re “all in this together”: Thespians begin rehearsals for their production of “High School Musical”
BY EMMA HUERTA On February 25, the CCHS Thespians posted their first “Cast Member Monday” on the newly established “High School Musical” production Instagram account, announcing sophomore Nicholas Ibanez as Troy Bolton. After being forced to cancel their production of “Shrek the Musical” due to copyright issues, the Thespians... Read more
Back to back: Multicultural Club hosts first ever movie nights
BY JULIA SAFRIN CCHS brought the cinema to campus this month. On the nights of Monday, February 25, and Wednesday, February 28, Multicultural Club hosted its two first movie nights in honor of Black History Month. “There weren’t a lot of things, quite frankly, going on in this school... Read more
Fashion, art and auctions: CCHS hosts the annual Met Gala
BY VICTORIA MARTIN The Met Gala made its way back to CCHS for another year of art and creativity. Though the fashion show is the main reason for attendance, many didn’t know what else the night had to offer. The Met Gala showcased three clubs specifically: Art Club, the... Read more
Order in the court: Future Law Professionals of America emerges at CCHS
BY SABRINA WONG Cooper City High School has a large variety of clubs, allowing students to find a group that they would fit into well based on similar interests. Ranging from Culinary Club to Science Club, it may have seemed as though CCHS had all areas covered, but one... Read more
Author Ronald H. Balson speaks at CCHS for Author Day
BY JOSEPH STURGEON On Friday, March 1, author Ronald H. Balson came to the CCHS auditorium to speak to students on Author Day. Author Day is an event hosted by the Broward Public Library Foundation (BPLF), and is associated with what the foundation calls a “Literary Feast.” For Author... Read more