Filling the seats: CCHS Class of 2024’s eccentric elections
BY NICOLE NADLER To bring back some normalcy for the school year and prepare for when students eventually return to school, CCHS hosted freshmen elections. The time had come to have these elections in order to get the ball rolling on several important traditional plans, such as class shirts... Read more
Man on the street: Students speak up about the 2020 general election
BY ELENA ASHBURN With November 3 swiftly approaching, the 2020 general election has been on the minds of many students lately. Although most CCHS students are under the age of 18 and will not be able to vote this year, some still hold strong opinions about the election. Students... Read more
Man on the street: CCHS students recount lessons they’ve learned throughout 2020
BY SOFIA MENDEZ From racial injustice to the coronavirus pandemic, the way in which society functions has changed. The year 2020 has given people the urge to experience things and appreciate their surroundings, as quarantines and social distancing have limited typical events and activities from normal life.  In these... Read more
Promoting peace: CCHS Multicultural Club hosts Peace Week virtually
BY ARIELLE KRAUS Every year, Broward County Public Schools (BCPS) celebrate Choose Peace/Stop Violence Week. To bring this celebration to the CCHS campus, Multicultural Club hosts an annual Peace Week filled with spirit days and activities for students. As CCHS is still engaging in distance learning, Peace Week took... Read more
eLearning Phase Two: Recap of the September 22 SBBC meeting on reopening schools
BY EMMA HUERTA AND JAELYN YEAMPIERRE See the new school year calendar dates here. On Tuesday, September 22, the School Board of Broward County (SBBC) held a meeting to discuss the reopening plan– eLearning Phase Two– for Broward County Public Schools (BCPS).  Pre-K, kindergarten, first grade, sixth grade, ninth... Read more
The life and legacy of Ruth Bader Ginsburg: How RBG impacted CCHS students
BY NICOLE NADLER Ruth Bader Ginsburg (RBG) was a court justice who affected millions with her Supreme Court decisions and dissents. Her words carried a lot of weight and she had a direct impact on the rights of women and members of the LGBTQ+ community through her legal standings.... Read more
A quick look at 2020’s presidential candidates
BY ADDISON ROBERTS 2020’s presidential election could be seen as one of the most important American elections in recent memory. With the country facing several crises, including a global pandemic, growing racial tensions and increased political division, the president American voters select in November may pave the way forward... Read more
Seniors ‘BRACE’ themselves: The stress of applying to college remotely and the resources to combat it
BY KAREN SUROS The start of senior year is an exciting, yet stressful time under normal conditions. The elation students experience as they embark on their final year of high school becomes anxiety as they begin to think about their impending future. Given that this year’s seniors are not... Read more
Man on the street: Students reflect on their last day of school before the pandemic
BY ALYSSA KHAN March 13, 2020: a normal school day for most. Then, out of the blue, the world was turned upside down. Many did not expect in-person school to get canceled early on March 13, let alone that it would become the last day of normalcy before the... Read more
“Ask BRIA”: Broward County Public Schools implements virtual tutoring through new BRIA program
BY ARIELLE KRAUS While Broward County Public Schools (BCPS) students remain in distance learning, a new tutoring service known as Broward Remote Instructional Assistance (BRIA) has been implemented into the BCPS eLearning system. BRIA is available to students in pre-K through 12th grade and has been made available since... Read more