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
CCHS’s Main Building To Be Replaced By 2014
  BY BEATRICE DUPUY Cooper City High School is one of the two Broward County public schools that are being replaced after the district postponed all structural improvements for other schools in the district.  The main CCHS building, which has existed for nearly 40 years, will be replaced by new... Read more


CampusNews October 13, 2010

  BY KEVIN KOPLIN & BEATRICE DUPUY Cooper City High School’s Key Club committee SHAPE (Students Helping Achieve Philanthropic Excellence) has been cancelled due to financial reasons. SHAPE, which has resided at CCHS since 2002, is a national organization that teaches students about the inner workings of non-profit organizations and how... Read more
Debate Team Gets National Recognition
    BY JESSICA WEAVER  The National Forensic League has recognized Cooper City High School’s Speech and Debate team in the top 10% in the nation. The team got this designation for receiving over 100 degrees. For each competition students participate in, they earn a certain threshold of points that... Read more
Freshmen Class Officers Elected
BY JOSLYN TOMBACK Freshmen elections recently took place on Thursday, September 30th at CCHS to determine the class of 2014 officers. The thrill of politics was definitely felt throughout the halls. The student government hopefuls plastered the walls of CCHS with their banners and assorted posters during the two-week... Read more
Seniors Audition To Take On The Role Of Variety Show Host
BY RACHEL SHARPE Last Tuesday, September 21st, over forty eager CCHS students came out to the Senior Variety Show Host auditions held in CTV advisor Alfredo Pichardo’s room. The Variety Show, which will take place on December 9th and 10th, is the annual senior hosted talent show. The show... Read more
Announcements now televised with CTV Today
BY ALYSSA FISHER After years of listening to the morning announcements over the intercom, CCHS officially entered the 21st century on Friday, September 3, 2010 as the students watched them on television for the first time. The TV Production Adviser, Alfredo Pichardo, has taken on the job of creating... Read more
Teachers and students protest Senate bill 6
BY ARIEL SMILOWITZ On April 15, Governor Charlie Crist vetoed the highly controversial Senate Bill 6 (SB 6), drawing a collective cheer from teachers and students around the state of Florida. The bill, sponsored by Republican Senator John Thrasher, would have mandated that a teacher’s pay would be determined... Read more
Fleischer retires after 39 years
BY MICHAEL LLERENA At the end of this school year, First Aid teacher and athletic trainer Robert Fleischer will be retiring after having served on the Cooper City High School faculty since the school’s inception in 1971. “I’ll miss the people most of all; the students and the faculty,”... Read more