CCHS Concert Band Hits A High Note
BY KAYLA LOKEINSKY At Cooper City High School, the Sound of Pride marching band is renowned for getting the crowd on their feet at football games, pumping the fans up as they watch the Cowboys dominate on the field. However, once the final game has ended and another season... Read more
Hey Juliet: Freshman Arianna Olds Takes The Lead In Romeo & Juliet
  BY GABI TABIB On opening night of the Cooper City High Drama Department’s production of Romeo And Juliet, the school auditorium is filled with life. Actors and stage crew run around, trying to make final touches to the set and costumes. “The house is open!” announced Ms. Thomas,... Read more
On The Job: The P.A.S.S. Program Gives ESE  Graduates Essential  Job Skills
  BY ALYSSA FISHER After a quiet ride, Jimmy Knapp and three other Cooper City High School students in crimson polo shirts hopped off of a school bus in Dania Beach and prepared to begin their day at the Marriott. Before parting ways, they awaited instructions in the aquatic-themed... Read more
Gabi Tabib’s Novel Approach To Writing
BY SARAH ROUSSELL Ever since she was a little girl, Cooper City High School senior Gabi Tabib has loved to read. Whether it was an exciting adventure or a murder mystery, Tabib would find comfort and enjoyment with her nose in a book. As much as she adored reading... Read more
Ariel Doron Moves To Her Own Beat In Colorguard
BY JACKIE WEISER Under luminous stadium lights on a breezy Friday night, sophomore Ariel Doron pivots her flag, moving gracefully as she sways to the Sound of Pride’s routine. As the drum line picks up, she doesn’t miss a beat. Twirling her flag faster, she propels it into the... Read more
Dallas Williams Rides To Win
BY KAYLA LOKEINSKY The sound of pounding hooves brings the crowd to its feet as they wait for the horse to bolt from the gates. The rider grips her horse with all her strength, steering it with her body, and guiding it without words. She leads it around the... Read more
CCHS Grads Experience Success
BY ALYSSA FISHER When Paul Niedermann was a student at Cooper City High School, he dreamt of becoming a chef. Fast forward nine years and you’ll find that the 2002 graduate has found success in ways he never thought possible. Millions of viewers tuned into Fox’s Hell’s Kitchen Season... Read more
Cash For Crafts: Students Make Money For Selling Homemade Creations
BY DESIREE DEMOLINA Creating and marketing handmade crafts tends to be difficult and at some point, crafters wonder whether or not their product will sell. However, a handful of students at Cooper City High School are determined to find success.  Dedicating hours of time to creating their homemade trinkets,... Read more
Band On The Run: Sound Of Pride Prepares For States
BY JEREMY HAAS As soon as school lets out on a recent Thursday afternoon, Cooper City High begins buzzing with activity. The Sound of Pride marching band struts out to the football field with instruments in hand and attentive eyes to an audience of one: the drum major. Like... Read more
Cooper City’s Pageant Princess
BY HAILEE YAEGER Family and friends are seated in Bailey Concert Hall holding huge signs of support for various contestants, waiting eagerly for the Miss Florida Teen USA pageant to begin. Suddenly the chatter dies down as a curtain drops to reveal some of the fifty-seven girls, all wearing... Read more