Three Of The CCHS Class Of 2013 Are Accepted To Harvard
BY KYRA BACON From late April to early May, seniors nerves were finally settled as letters from colleges filled up their mailboxes. These weeks have been filled with joy and disappointment, excitement and sadness as the truth of these letters hits home. For three fortunate Cooper City High School... Read more
CCHS Color Guard Places 15th At World Finals
BY CHERINA EUDOVIQUE The Cooper City High School Color Guard placed 15th in the world at the Color Guard World Finals the weekend of April 10th in Dayton, Ohio. Every year hundreds of schools go to compete at the Worlds Finals and the Cowboys Color Guard performed in a... Read more
The Sound Of Pride Tutors Pioneer Middle School Band Students
BY LOUIS DENNIN Volunteers from the CCHS Sound of Pride visited Pioneer Middle School from spring break through April to tutor students in Pioneer’s band, readying them for their upcoming spring concert. The tutoring was offered to all members of the Pioneer band. The rehearsals were scheduled for after... Read more
The Lariat Wins 16 Sun-Sentinel High School Journalism Awards
The Lariat won 16 awards at the annual Sun-Sentinel High School Journalism Awards held at Hollywood Hills High School on April 30, 2013. The awards honor the best student journalism in Broward County. The Lariat took home the following awards. Staffer of the year– Jeremy Haas Editorial Section– Honorable... Read more
The Lariat Wins 19 FSPA Awards
The Lariat newspaper staff won a total of 19 Florida Scholastic Press Association awards. The awards were announced at the FSPA state convention in Orlando this past weekend. Students were awarded “honorable mention”, “Excellent”, and “All-Florida” which is the FSPA’s highest honor. The Lariat placed in the following categories.... Read more
CCHS Showcases Its Singing Talent At Cowboy Idol
BY OLIVIA PASCALE-WONG The CCHS class of 2014 hosted Cowboy Idol on Friday, May 19th, in the auditorium. Students came out to show off their talent, while friends and family filled the audience. Hosted by the previous 2013 Variety show hosts and Jake Miller, the night was filled with... Read more
Fashion Club Shows Their Charitable Side With Multiple Projects
BY DAVID DEACON The Cooper City Fashion Club has shown that they are about more than style this year by doing charitable events to help not just the community, but the globe. A recent charitable event that Fashion Club has organized is Headbands for Hope. For this charity, the... Read more
The Animal Rights Awareness Association Gives A Voice To The Voiceless
BY STACEY PASTERNAK The Animal Rights Awareness Association is a club new CCHS students may not know about, but one that some of the older CCHS attendees may remember. The club originated last year, and is currently being rekindled with the help of junior Sarah Park. Park, the club’s... Read more
Fashion Academy Turns CCHS Into “The Haus Of Chique”
BY RACHEL HAAS The Fashion Academy struck a pose once again at the 2013 Cooper City High Fashion Show on March 7th. The show surpassed the expectations of the parents and students who made up a full house for the event. CCHS’ very own auditorium was transformed into the... Read more
Mrs. Jenkins Uses Poetry To Inspire Students In And Out Of The Classroom
BY DAVID DEACON In order to help inspire her students in and out of the classroom, English teacher Tonya Jenkins is teaching ninth graders the many forms of poetic art. Jenkins, who has been teaching at Cooper City High for 13 years, has not spent much time on poetry... Read more