Spike Lee Speaks To Students At Nova Southeastern University
BY JACK BRADY The auditorium is packed at Nova Southeastern University, the lights are dimmed, and the crowd clamors to see the stage. A man walks up to the podium and begins to speak, the audience roars in excitement. This is not some world leader or famous politician, this... Read more
CCHS Rallies To “X The Text”
BY ALYSSA FISHER Cooper City High School’s Key Club and DECA have united to launch a No Texting While Driving Awareness Campaign. According to The Insurance Institute for Highway Safety, eleven teens die daily due to texting and driving. The campaign will take place from December 11th to December... Read more
Homecoming 2010: Day 3&4 In Pictures
Homecoming 2010: Powderpuff Football Game
    BY RACHEL SHARPE CCHS held their annual Powderpuff football game, where the girls play football and the boys act as cheerleaders, as part of Homecoming Week on Tuesday, November 9th.  The games kicked off at 3:30 p.m., when the Class of 2012 took on the Class of... Read more
CCHS Fashion Academy Is Holding Model Auditions For Fashion Show
BY JOSLYN TOMBACK The CCHS Fashion Academy will be auditioning runway models on Monday, November 15th for their upcoming fashion show. The CCHS fashion academy is assembling their first annual fashion show scheduled to debut Thursday, February 3. Mrs. Snider’s fashion essentials class has been working for over a... Read more
Homecoming 2010: Day 2 In Pictures
Homecoming 2010: Day 1 In Pictures
Photo Credits KAYLA LOKEINSKY and THEA CHESNEY Read more
Best Buddies “Spread The Word To End The Word”
    BY RACHEL SHARPE On Monday, October 11th, the members of CCHS’s Best Buddies Chapter introduced a national campaign called “Spread the Word to End the Word” in an effort to raise awareness against the use of the word “retarded.” Best Buddies is a club that gives students... Read more
CCHS Reduces Class Sizes
    BY MATT LIBANOFF Cooper City High School recently rescheduled some classes in order to comply with an October 15th deadline for class size restrictions. Due to budget cuts and teacher surplusing, core classes at Cooper City High School had class sizes this year above the limit set... Read more
NJROTC Members Develop Leadership Skills Over Summer
    BY TAYLOR MANDEL Three senior and one sophomore Cooper City High School (CCHS) NJROTC (Naval Junior Reserve Officer Training Corps) members attended the Area 7 Leadership Academy at the Admiral Farragut Military Academy this past summer, from June 6-12. The weeklong camp is sponsored by the U.S. Navy,... Read more