Cooper City High Remembers John McCall
BY GABI TABIB Longtime Cooper Cooper City High teacher John McCall passed away on February 21, 2012 after a year long battle with cancer. McCall taught American Government and Economics. At least, that was his job description. In reality, McCall taught more than the implications of government in a... Read more
Post At Your Own Risk: Teens Need To Be More Concerned About Internet Privacy
BY KAYLA LOKEINSKY In an era run by technology, our lives are increasingly on display. Anyone in the world can know where you are, who you’re with, or what you’re doing just by checking your Facebook status or your latest Tweet. Whether by hacker invasion or our own ambivalence,... Read more
On Edge: Teen Anxiety On The Rise
BY RACHEL SHARPE When news reporter Holly Kammier was thirteen years old she experienced her first panic attack. Within a short period of time, her father threatened to hurt her, her parents filed for divorce and she found out she had two older brothers who were put up for... Read more
Florida Schools Implement New Test Requirements
BY BRANDON SLOANE The Florida Department of Education is implementing a new policy for all Florida high schools that will require each student to have a “college ready” score on either the SAT, ACT, or the new PERT (Postsecondary Education Readiness Test) exam by the end of their junior... Read more
CCHS Is An “A” School For Second Year In A Row
BY EMILY PERL Cooper City High School has been awarded an “A” grade for having outstanding academic performance for the second year in a row. According to a Broward Schools Press release, “This year’s results highlight that 76.3% of Broward’s high schools earned a grade of ‘A’ or ‘B’... Read more
Brain Brawl Team Loses To Stoneman Douglas in State Championship
BY EMILY PERL CCHS’s National Honor Society Brain Brawl team reigned as champions of the South District, before losing to Stoneman Douglas High School On January 26th for state championship. The Brain Brawl is a competition that allows students in the National Honor Society to compete against other schools... Read more
Broward Teen Ambassadors Promote Theater To Their Peers
BY JACKIE WEISER Junior Samantha Hall and freshman Sarah Sharpe are expressing their love for the arts by representing Cooper City High School through a unique program called Broward Teen Ambassadors. As Broward Teen Ambassadors, Hall and Sharpe get the opportunity to review shows at the Broward Center for... Read more
CCHS Goes To Wonderland For 2nd Annual Fashion Show
BY RACHEL SHARPE CCHS students will hit the runway next Thursday night for the Fashion Academy’s “Alice in Wonderland” themed fashion show, beginning at 7 p.m. in the CCHS auditorium. The second annual fashion show is put together by CCHS’s Fashion Applications students. The fashion academy has worked in... Read more
Operation GLASSES Comes Into Focus
BY JOSLYN TOMBACK CCHS students Brianne Rogosin, Marissa Cohen, and Jessica Weaver collected used spectacle frames to redistribute to those in need across the world in December with a project named Operation GLASSES. GLASSES is an acronym that stands for Giving Light and Sight So Everyone Sees. “We first... Read more
CCHS’s Academy of Finance Has Students Minds On The Money
  BY JESSICA WEAVER Through Cooper City’s Academy of Finance program, students learn about business and finance in order to become financially successful in the future. In an economy where 70 percent of American consumers are in debt, learning about finance at a young age is extremely beneficial. The... Read more