Flying to the Top: NEHS hosts its first annual Spelling Bee
BY ALIA SALIM As CCHS buzzes through the second semester, many clubs are continuing to host activities for its members as well as all CCHS students. On Friday, January 27, the National English Honors Society (NEHS) hosted its first annual Spelling Bee. They created an environment in which the... Read more
Getting Lit with Literacy: CCHS Literacy Week
BY NICOLE NADLER Literacy week is a school-wide event to “raise awareness of reading and to inspire students and families to make reading a part of their daily routine.” This year, the Literary Week events at CCHS include a dress-up week, photo opportunities in the media center, and purchasing... Read more
Classes Have Changed: Students are learning to be prepared at the college level
BY ASHLYN COHEN As new course selection sheets become apparent for the upcoming school year, students question the new classes that have become available. The drive for student success in AP and AICE classes has been perceptible within CCHS, and is being unveiled for this year’s courses. Classes including,... Read more
BY OLIVIA GIL In an attempt to fight the rise in threats made against schools and the number of weapons brought onto campuses, The Broward County School Board voted to add hand-held metal detectors to all Broward County Public Schools (BCPS). The policy was passed unanimously on January 11,... Read more
BY OLIVIA GIL  After over a year of quarantine, the Social Support Interactive Club (SSIC) at CCHS was revived in September of 2021 by Biology teacher Jacqueline Selan, with the hopes of creating a communal, discussion driven club at CCHS. Now, four months later, Selan and her club are... Read more
Saturdays are for the ‘Bots: The CCHS Robotics Team grapples their local competition
BY NICOLE NADLER A team of just five boys has crafted a self-functioning robot that can perform many tasks. Together, during their seventh-period robotics class, they work on ensuring that their robot can execute its tasks in a way that will ensure the team the most points. Each task... Read more
Finally reopening: Activities we missed during COVID-19
BY JENNA HEDRICK     As COVID-19 continues to get in the way, people are looking for a way out, for freedom and liberation. COVID-19 often brings to mind masks and social distancing, but covering half of one’s face and staying away from others will no longer be a problem once... Read more
BY KAYLA GATES As society enters the post-pandemic era, the working world is once again at the forefront. As establishments suffer from employee shortages, more teenagers are seeking jobs in the community. CCHS students are among those contributing to a teen job surge. As high school students, many teenagers... Read more
Racism, representation and replacements: The drama within season 25 of “The Bachelor”
BY ALYSSA KHAN “The Bachelor” franchise went through a lot of controversy when the Black Lives Matter movement took over the world. Loyal fans became upset with the lack of Black representation in the franchise since there had only been one Black Bachelorette and no Black Bachelor up until... Read more
The show must go on: Back-to-back bittersweet and awkward moments rule the night at the half-virtual 78th Golden Globes
BY CAMILA FERNANDEZ Hollywood’s biggest stars made an appearance on the night of Sunday, February 28 for the annual Golden Globe Awards, an exclusive evening of recognition hosted by the Hollywood Foreign Press Association that was quite out of the ordinary this year. All the nominees marked their presence... Read more