Coppell eighth grade students tour CHS

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Coppell eighth grade students tour CHS

Coppell High School senior Red Jacket Alan Ritchie leads a tour of CMSN eighth graders around Coppell High School on Feb. 2. Every year, eighth graders from each of the three Coppell middle schools tour CHS.

Coppell High School senior Red Jacket Alan Ritchie leads a tour of CMSN eighth graders around Coppell High School on Feb. 2. Every year, eighth graders from each of the three Coppell middle schools tour CHS.

Jennifer Su

Coppell High School senior Red Jacket Alan Ritchie leads a tour of CMSN eighth graders around Coppell High School on Feb. 2. Every year, eighth graders from each of the three Coppell middle schools tour CHS.

Jennifer Su

Jennifer Su

Coppell High School senior Red Jacket Alan Ritchie leads a tour of CMSN eighth graders around Coppell High School on Feb. 2. Every year, eighth graders from each of the three Coppell middle schools tour CHS.

Lili Lomas, Staff Writer

Coppell eighth grade students got taste of Coppell High School life when they visited the campus last Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday.

 

The eighth graders came to CHS for “Shadow Day” in which they got to tour the high school during school hours getting to see what student life is like and what courses and activities CHS has to offer.

 

Lead by the Red Jackets, the CHS student ambassadors, the students walked through the hallways, went in and out of classrooms and participated in a question and answer session in the lecture hall to give them more information about the school.

 

Allowing them to observe a day in the life of a high schooler, these few days provided meaningful insight for the future freshmen about what next year will be like at CHS.

 

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