Students Express Their Fandom And Creative Side Through Cosplay
BY RACHEL SHARPE For most teenagers, dressing up in costumes is reserved for one special night of the year: Halloween. However, for a few students at CCHS, dressing up in costumes is for more than just asking neighbors for candy or attending a Halloween costume party. These students are... Read more
Cooper City Celebrates Its Past On Founders Day
BY BLUE KAUFMAN Even in a little town like Cooper City, we too often get caught up in our own busy schedules. Thoughts of an upcoming exam, an appointment, or just life in general can send us into a stupor of stress, placing a wedge between us and other... Read more
Mitchel Worley Pursues His Dreams Behind The Camera
BY JEREMY HAAS Sitting behind multiple cameras in front of the CTV room’s green screen, I feel a strange feeling, something that’s unusual when working with high school students, and that feeling is professionalism.  I am currently working with senior and CTV president Mitchel Worley on his latest directorial... Read more
Dedicated To DECA: Michael Stone Takes On The Role Of State Vice-President
BY KYRA BACON Thousands of Florida High School DECA students sat on the edge of their chairs, chatting excitedly and waiting for the Florida DECA President to reveal who would be the new State Vice-Presidents. When she finally spoke, silence crept over the room and everyone looked to her... Read more
Exchange Student “Poom” Sirilaophaisal Experiences A Different Culture At CCHS
BY RACHEL SHARPE At the start of my fourth year on the varsity tennis team, I assumed I knew everyone on the team. However, as I looked around the bus on the way to our first match someone new caught my eye. He was sitting in the front row... Read more
Five Days In L.A.: CTV AT The STN Competition
BY ANASTASIA PAVLINSKAYA On March 5, 2013, CTV hit ground in Los Angeles for the 10th annual Student Television Network National convention at the Westin Bonaventure hotel. For 6 days, Figueroa Street was our home where we shared the memories of a lifetime. We arrived in a similar fashion... Read more
NJROTC’S First Graduating Class Stands Tall
BY CHERINA EUDOVIQUE They are often seen around campus in uniform, practicing drills on the softball field, and helping out around the community, but the Cooper City High School Navy Junior Reserve Officers Training Corps Unit is more than its outside perceptions. NJROTC is a relatively new addition to... Read more
The Game Informer: Roy Tu Creates His Own Videogames
BY JESSICA WEAVER In our fast paced, technologically driven generation, many students find themselves engaged in the world of video games and complicated gaming systems. But, senior Roy Tu has taken his love of gaming further than most by creating and programing his very own video games. The hobby... Read more
Under The Radar Clubs Have A Lot To Offer
BY DAVID DEACON Cooper City High School has a number of clubs that could be considered “under the radar”, such as Future Medical Professionals of America, United Nations Youth Alliance, and Music Forum. The Future Medical Professionals of America Club has been a part of Cooper City High School since... Read more
Jazz Band Hits The Right Note
BY LOUIS DENNIN At the end of January the CCHS Jazz Band held their first meeting of the year, ready to kick off a new season of jazz music and prepare for the Florida Bandmasters Association (FBA) festival, where the ensemble will be heard and rated by judges. As... Read more