Second Annual Spring Spirit Week
BY SOPHIA WENGIER From March 13th through 17th, Cooper City High students will be dressing up for Spring Spirit Week, leading up to the Sadie Hawkins Dance that Saturday night.  This will be the second time in recent Cooper City history that a spirit week in March has taken... Read more
Seminar Students in the Spotlight
BY NUHA ISLAM Hours of hard work and practice have culminated into a ten-minute group presentation last week in the form of a PowerPoint slideshow. And while most students are familiar with this format, the amount of research and preparation that goes into each project behind the scenes is... Read more
JCC School Evacuated After Bomb Threat Report
BY SABRINE BRISMEUR Students attending David Posnack’s Jewish Day School in Davie received an unwelcome surprise in the form of lockdown and evacuation after an unsubstantiated bomb threat was called in on Monday, officials said. Liam Cohen, a student at the JCC, was at school when the incident occurred.... Read more
A New Treat For Students: PTSA Hosts Tikiz Sno Cone Sales on Early Release Days
BY KYLE NELSON On select early release day throughout the rest of the 2016/2017 school year, Tikiz Shaved Ice and Ice Cream truck will be selling desserts after school in the courtyard. “I think this is a great fundraiser because it’s so hot outside after school and it’s nice... Read more
Kindness and Unity Prevail: NHS Hosts Annual Art Gala
BY SABRINE BRISMEUR After months of preparation, the National Honor Society (NHS) hosted their second annual Black History Month Art Gala on Friday, turning the cafeteria into an art gallery with dozens of creative works for the night. “Our members worked really hard on this project,” NHS sponsor Dwayne... Read more
CCHS Hosts Annual Feeding Children Everywhere Event
BY NOAH CASTAGNA Cafeteria abuzz with booming music and anxious chatter, friends and strangers alike came together to contribute to a cause important to them: Feeding Children Everywhere. Last Thursday students, staff and local community members took to the CCHS cafeteria from 12:30 to 2:00 to give back by... Read more
Student Government Association takes home the gold at annual state conference
BY KARINA BLODNIEKS This past weekend, the Student Government Association (SGA) achieved gold level distinction for their efforts for the first time in ten years. The SGA received recognition for both their medallion book and school spirit project. Taking home two major awards, the SGA left the Florida Association... Read more
BY KYLE NELSON On February 17th, selected CCHS debate students left for the largest congressional debate tournament in the nation at the prestigious Harvard University. Here, is where debaters from all over the country competed for bids to the tournament of champions, another top level tournament. Debaters Jared Ally,... Read more
Guide To Navigating Naviance
BY NUHA ISLAM The handiness of Naviance may come as a surprise to many; ever since its introduction to the student body, most people haven’t opened the website since first contact.   Naviance is a program that helps students plan for college. Unlike other Broward County sponsored  programs, this... Read more
College and Career Fair Comes to CCHS
BY KENDYL COUNTS As the countdown to graduation begins, plans for the future consume the thoughts of Cooper City High School students of all grades. Instead of browsing wikiHow for an inkling of advice, however, students were able to attend the College and Career Fair on February 13th, where... Read more