Students speak to U.S. leaders, ask for action at Sunrise CNN Town Hall
BY CASEY CHAPTER Following the tragedy that struck Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School (MSD) in Parkland, Florida, the high school students who were affected have been speaking up and demanding action. This week, their voices were heard. The students gathered at the BB&T center in Sunrise to speak with... Read more
#NeverAgain: Cooper City students take a stand by walking out
BY ANNABELLE ROSA In wake of the tragedies faced at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School (MSD), Broward County has begun to speak out. Across the county, it was decided this past weekend that several walkouts would be held in order to mourn the many lost at one Broward County’s... Read more
Pioneer Middle School joins MSD in “Walk 4 Beigel” event
BY KYLE NELSON Valentine’s Day, more specifically February 14, 2018, is a day that Broward County will never forget. Last week, Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School lost a large chunk of their coaching staff and student body – and an ever bigger chunk of its heart. Among the 17... Read more
Fort Lauderdale courthouse attracts hundreds for emotional gun control rally
BY SABRINE BRISMEUR AND DANIEL RAKOWER There was only one message that could be undoubtedly interpreted during last Saturday’s gun control rally at the steps of the Broward County U.S. Federal Building and Courthouse in Fort Lauderdale. Only one sentence shouted by a chorus of over a thousand voices:... Read more
CCHS participates in the Great Kindness Challenge
BY SOPHIA WENGIER February is the month of love, compassion and kindness at CCHS. In order to spread this love and positivity around the campus and contribute to the anti-bullying campaign, Cooper City High School is encouraging each student to get involved in Kindness Week by participating in the... Read more
Sociology and psychology field trip takes students to Morikami Gardens
BY ALEXANDRA SANSONE The Morikami Museum and Japanese Gardens has been a source of Japanese culture in South Florida since its opening in 1977. Functioning as a historical garden, the Museum has seen travelers and natives alike, greeting many students visiting on field trips. “Everybody from all over visits,... Read more
College fair attracts over 70 post-secondary schools
BY ABBIE TUSCHMAN Swarms of parents and students moved around the transformed CCHS cafeteria. Its tables, usually topped with lunch trays and water bottles, were adorned with various college pamphlets and brochures. On Tuesday, February 13, CCHS hosted its annual college fair. “This event is important because students can... Read more
Cadets make Cowboy Battalion history at Brain Brawl State Championships
BY KENDYL COUNTS Over the weekend, nine NJROTC cadets traveled to Tampa to compete in the State Brain Brawl Championships held at Gaither High School on February 10. Both teams set records for the CCHS NJROTC program – Cooper City 2 came in sixth, and Cooper City 1 came... Read more
HOPE Club’s upcoming sidewalk talk
BY ELENA VALDEZ A listening ear is sometimes exactly what’s needed – an unbiased person that genuinely hears what is being said. Hoping to provide this support, CCHS’s HOPE Club is hosting a special sidewalk talk for students, teachers or any passerby to vent, tell their story, reflect, work through... Read more
Colleges come to CCHS for annual fair
BY ELENA VALDEZ College is seen as an increasingly necessary second step for many students after graduating high school. High schools have responded accordingly by hosting college fairs and programs for students, and CCHS is no exception. The school will be hosting the annual College and Career Fair on... Read more