Man on the street: Seniors versus freshman on the college application process
BY ELENA ASHBURN  Forget the most wonderful time of the year; it’s the most stressful time of year. It’s college application season.  As the CCHS class of 2021 is completing their high school journey, many are also beginning the college application process, which determines their acceptance into different universities... Read more
An ounce of normalcy in the form of a standardized test: CCHS administers the in-person PSAT/NMSQT
BY CHRIS GOMES CCHS administered the Preliminary Scholastic Aptitude Test and National Merit Scholarship Qualifying Test (PSAT/NMSQT) on October 29 to all juniors who had previously signed up to take it. The test was optional, required a fee of $18.00 for testing and was offered to a maximum of... Read more
Keeping “someplace special”: Here are the candidates for Cooper City’s District 4 Commissioner race
BY EMMA HUERTA While the November 3, 2020 presidential election is already creeping up on voters throughout the entire country, many municipal, local and state races are simultaneously building up traction within Florida. In Cooper City, the mayoral position and two commissioner seats– District 3 and District 4– are... Read more
The happenings with homecoming: CCHS SGA weighs possible options for this year’s homecoming
BY NICOLE NADLER The coronavirus has impacted the plans of CCHS in several ways, with one big faction being school spirit. Homecoming is undoubtedly one of the most spirited events, as well as one that students look forward to every year. This event helps bring all of the school... Read more
Participating during the pandemic: CCHS plans altered version of Harvest Drive
BY NINA RAMIREZ It’s no secret that Harvest Drive is an organization that CCHS has been a part of over the years. Harvest Drive is a non-profit project conducted during the fall and dedicated to providing families in need with meals to help them as far as food quantities... Read more
Filling the seats: CCHS Class of 2024’s eccentric elections
BY NICOLE NADLER To bring back some normalcy for the school year and prepare for when students eventually return to school, CCHS hosted freshmen elections. The time had come to have these elections in order to get the ball rolling on several important traditional plans, such as class shirts... Read more
Man on the street: Students speak up about the 2020 general election
BY ELENA ASHBURN With November 3 swiftly approaching, the 2020 general election has been on the minds of many students lately. Although most CCHS students are under the age of 18 and will not be able to vote this year, some still hold strong opinions about the election. Students... Read more
A week of inclusion: HOPE Sunshine Club and Peer Counseling host Start With Hello Week
BY ALYSSA KHAN With the craze of returning to in-person school, everyone at CCHS seems to want something to look forward to right now. Helping Overcome Problems Efficiently (HOPE) Sunshine Club and Peer Counseling are here to provide that for students and staff with Start With Hello Week from... Read more
Man on the street: CCHS students recount lessons they’ve learned throughout 2020
BY SOFIA MENDEZ From racial injustice to the coronavirus pandemic, the way in which society functions has changed. The year 2020 has given people the urge to experience things and appreciate their surroundings, as quarantines and social distancing have limited typical events and activities from normal life.  In these... Read more
“The CHAT”: CCHS DECA class podcast covers all the latest high school news and trends
BY ALYSSA KHAN The fourth-level Distributive Education Clubs of America (DECA) class at CCHS launched their business for the 2020-2021 school year. They have created a fully-functioning podcast called “The College Health Advice and Trends (CHAT).” DECA teacher Regina Ferreira described the Virtual Enterprise International (VEI) program, from which... Read more