CTV Remains Internationally-Recognized Broadcast Team after Stunning Turnaround at STN
BY SABRINE BRISMEUR Cowboy Television returned to Florida as an internationally-ranked broadcast team after a student convention in California, following what initially seemed like a crushing defeat. “We didn’t win any individual categories,” junior Harris Ness said. “It seemed like we weren’t going to win anything until the very... Read more
CCHS Recognizes Relay for Life, Raises Money for Cancer Research
BY CASSIDY NOWOSAD Saturday, March 25, the American Cancer Society held its event to promote cancer research from the CCHS track. The event lasted from 4 PM Saturday and closed at 8 AM the next morning. All of the proceeds gained from this event went to American Cancer Society... Read more
CCHS Students Mourn the Loss of Club Penguin
BY KENDYL COUNTS Club penguin is in trouble – and this time, Herbert the polar bear has nothing to do with it. After facing a steady decline in web traffic for the past few years, the site has finally shut down, taking the fond memories of millions of players... Read more
BCPS Unveils New Immigration Policy to Protect Undocumented Students
BY NOAH CASTAGNA The Broward County Public School Board unanimously passed a resolution protecting immigrant students and their families earlier this month. The policy will turn Broward County public schools into safe zones for children of undocumented immigrants, (making Broward County the first school district in Florida to officialize... Read more
Senior Prom Tickets Will Be On Sale Starting On March 27th
BY SOPHIA WENGIER It’s prom season at Cooper City High and ticket sales have officially begun. The first dates were March 27th through March 30th, however sales will continue to take place in the cafeteria on April 4th through April 6th and April 17th through April 20th. Tickets are... Read more
Winning Writers Advance to District Literary Fair
BY KENDYL COUNTS With thirty categories to choose from and ample freedom to get creative, the Broward County Literary Fair allows CCHS writers to turn their late-night musings into award winning pieces.  Ranging from short stories about conservation to political cartoons about the 2016 election, their works featured topics... Read more
Cowboy Television Heads to California for STN
BY SABRINE BRISMEUR Cowboy Television won’t be covering local suburban Cooper City news this week — instead, the broadcast team is flying out to Anaheim, California to compete at the annual Student Television Network (STN) convention. “I’m pretty excited to be traveling to California,” first year CTV member Danielle... Read more
Varsity Winter Guard Earns First Place at SFWA Mid-Season Exposition
  BY KENDYL COUNTS Nerves ran high as the members of Cooper City High School’s varsity winter guard prepared to compete at the South Florida Winterguard Association’s Mid-Season Exposition, held at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School on March 11th, 2017. The mid-season exposition was their second-to-last local competition, and... Read more
New Faces Get a Taste of CCHS on the Annual 8th Grade Walkover
BY SOPHIA WENGIER March 13th marked the date of the eighth grade walkover for the class of 2021. Serving as an orientation, incoming students were given the chance to get a glimpse into cowboy life.  This included the presentations of a few of the many extracurricular activities offered at... Read more
Class of 2018 Ring Ceremony Set For March 22
BY CHRISTINA FLUEGEL To some, a class ring is more than just a ring; it represents their high school achievements, and gives them something to look back on when they’re older. “I decided to get a class ring because I wanted a symbol to represent my four years in... Read more