Students React to Betsy DeVos Confirmation
BY KARINA BLODNIEKS Around twelve P.M. on Tuesday, February 7, the news broke that Betsy DeVos would serve as the next Secretary of Education. Extending the admittedly controversial election, DeVos’ confirmation has been met with heavy pushback. “I feel that an individual with a closed mind in regards... Read more
Amongst Giants: Children Take On CCHS During Take Your Child To Work Day
BY KYLE NELSON On Thursday, February 2 the hallways of Cooper City High School were flooded by a whole slew of brand new innocent faces. This time, it wasn’t the incoming freshmen on the annual eighth grade walkover, but the faces of teachers children who came to experience a... Read more
NHS Black History Month Gala Opens for Submissions
BY NOAH CASTAGNA Cooper City High School’s National Honor Society has begun accepting submissions for their annual Black History Month Art Gala. “The NHS Gala shows we have a lot of creative people here,” Senior Benjamin Goldstein said. “And they do good things with that, and put a lot... Read more
CCHS Early Childcare Program Partners With NOVA to Give Students a Great Opportunity
BY CASSI NOWOSAD Nova’s partnership with CCHS allows anyone attending CCHS who completes the early childcare program, passes several tests and  works as a teacher for Nova’s preschools will receive a full scholarship to the school. Recently early childcare programs across Florida are getting their ECPC (Early Childhood Professional... Read more
CCHS Students Recognized at Broward County Arts Event
BY SABRINE BRISMEUR Accompanied by dramatic Italian opera tracks and festive British wind pieces, the All-County Honor Band and Superintendent’s Advanced Placement Studio Art Exhibition took place at the Coral Springs Museum of Art to award Broward County students for their accomplishments in music and art. A section of... Read more
CCHS DECA Wins Numerous District Level Awards
BY TAMARAH WALLACE Since the beginning of the school year, DECA students have been perfecting their manuals and testing skills in various categories such as finance, foodservice, and hospitality in order to demonstrate their business prowess. On January 23rd at the 48th annual Broward County DECA Awards ceremony at... Read more
CCHS Journalism Attends National Newspaper Publishers Association
BY KARINA BLODNIEKS In the age of fake news and alternative facts, the CCHS journalism department journeyed to Fort Lauderdale to explore the role of activism and accountability in new media. Hosted by the National Newspaper Publishers Association (NNPA), the conference took place at the Hyatt Regency Pier Sixty-Six... Read more
Registration Night Introduces 8th Graders to CCHS
BY NOAH CASTAGNA “The auditorium was full of excited energy,” 9th grade guidance counselor Mr. Ziccardi said, describing the anxious anticipation of the crowd of 8th graders stepping onto Cooper City High School’s campus for the first time. That was the scene last Thursday as the Class of 2021... Read more
Second Semester Schedule Changes
BY SKYLER JONES-BOXWELL For the few students who were affected these past weeks by the appearance of a schedule on your desk during 5th period, worry not. There is a perfectly reasonable explanation for why some classes changed and rearranged themselves at the start of the 3rd quarter, and... Read more
A Day at the Park: Best Buddies Hosts Third Annual Picnic
BY NUHA ISLAM As an ongoing tradition three years in the making, CCHS Best Buddies hosted their annual family picnic. Held on January 22nd, the event served as a means to celebrate all the hard work the members have put into the school year. “I like to think of... Read more