Science Students Get A Hands-On Learning Experience at John U. Lloyd State Park
BY JESSICA WEAVER Last Friday, December 30th, students from AP Environmental Science, Marine Science and Biology classes took a field trip to John U. Lloyd Beach State Park where they played the role of biologists for the day. Students studied different plants throughout the park and learned all about... Read more
Sound Of Pride Gets An Overall Superior Rating From The Florida Bandmasters Association
BY LOUIS DENNIN The CCHS Sound of Pride marching band and color guard had their final performance of the season on November 10th at Blanche Ely High School, getting straight superior ratings from the judges after performing their jazz show “Deja Vu” with music by Pat Metheny. This performance... Read more
Key Club’s Harvest Drive Collects Over 3000 Food Items For Needy Families
BY KYRA BACON Key Club hosted the annual Harvest Drive to help feed Broward County families in need during the holidays from October 29th to November 16th. The Harvest Drive was headed by Key Club Historian Alina Tran and the goal was to collect 3,000 nonperishable food items including cereals,... Read more
Long Road To Reform: Education Reform Sweeps The Nation
  BY RACHEL SHARPE The teacher strike in Chicago, that shut down their schools for seven days at the beginning of this school year, shocked people throughout the nation and brought attention to a host of educational reform issues that are mirrored in many other school districts in this country,... Read more
The TOMS Club Hopes To Inspire More Community Service At CCHS
BY STACEY PASTERNAK TOMS campus programs are starting to pop up all over the country, and seniors Aicha Fall and Ashley Saul have brought the program to our very own Cooper City High School this year to raise awareness of the TOMS movement and get kids at CCHS involved in community... Read more
President Barack Obama Wins Second Term
BY SABRINA VICTOR On Tuesday, November 7th President Barack Obama defeated Governor Mitt Romney and won a second term as President of the United States of America. This neck to neck and historically expensive race ended with President Obama winning the votes of almost all of the 12 crucial battle ground states. At... Read more
Cooper City High Sophomores Take The PSAT
BY DAVID DEACON Cooper City High School administered the PSAT on October 17th, to all 10th graders and 11th graders who opted to take it. The PSAT is a preliminary test for the SAT, which is required for admission to many major colleges and universities. Every year approximately 1.5... Read more
Cooper City Teachers Organize Golf Tournament To Set Up Scholarship For John McCall’s Daughter
BY BLUE KAUFMAN CCHS will host the first annual John McCall Memorial Golf Scramble on November 10th at the Hollywood Beach Country Club on Johnson Street to honor the memory of former Cooper City High School teacher John McCall, and raise college funds for his daughter Amanda. McCall, a... Read more
The CCHS Drama Department Puts On The Wedding Singer Oct. 10th-12th
BY STACEY PASTERNAK Cooper City High’s drama department, headed up by CCHS drama teacher and director Angela Thomas, is working hard to put together their first musical of the 2012-2013 school year, The Wedding Singer. It will premiere on October 10th at 7:00 PM in the auditorium, and will be shown... Read more
PTSA To Hold Third Annual Stampede
BY CHERINA EUDOVIQUE The Cooper City High School PTSA will be hosting the 3rd annual Stampede-kick off to Homecoming, on Thursday, October 11th on the baseball field. The event, which starts at the beginning of 4th period and runs through B lunch, will serve as a reward for students... Read more