Coppell Student Media

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Straight from the seniors: CHS seniors offer academic, college-related advice

Straight from the seniors: CHS seniors offer academic, college-related advice

Rutuja Joshi, Staff Writer

March 3, 2017

While walking these halls for four years, one thought has loomed over the minds of many: college.   A lot of what we do as students is to contribute to where we will be for the next four years. The classes we take and the extracurricular activities that we participate in are often driven...

Salutatorian graduates with basketball, IB title

Salutatorian graduates with basketball, IB title

May 4, 2015

By Pranathi Chitta Staff Writer @prannydacheetah When it comes to academics, many students tend to only focus on studying and not on any other activities. However, Coppell High School senior Allen Lu has defied this assumption by not only being number two in his class, but also taking up basketball...

From rank six to one: valedictorian proves his self motivation to be a success

From rank six to one: valedictorian proves his self motivation to be a success

May 4, 2015

By Pranathi Chitta Staff Writer @prannydacheetah Second semester of sophomore year tends be the big stress source for many Coppell High School students. With ranks coming out, students are pressured to push themselves to the limit. However, with senior Ammar Adenwalla, it was motivation that...

Shah makes perfect SAT score

September 6, 2013

By Shruthika Pochampally Staff Writer For someone who recently accomplished the astonishing feat of making a perfect score on the SAT, Coppell High School senior Kavi Shah is remarkably modest. Although many high school students today strive for perfection, the path to a perfect, or 2400/2400, ...

What gets in my Hair: Students lying on college applications

What gets in my Hair: Students lying on college applications

October 17, 2012

By Thomas Hair Opinions Editor As you fill out the application for your dream college, it is so incredibly easy to lie, to twist the truth to gain an edge over the competition. The pressure to be accepted to selective universities, whether it’s from parents or elsewhere, is stronger now than ever - and many st...

The Story behind Top Ten Percent

The Story behind Top Ten Percent

September 21, 2012

By: Tina Huang Staff Writer Five hours of sleep, hours of schoolwork, a filled up schedule, these can commonly describe a top 10 percent student at Coppell High School. At CHS, the 2011 valedictorian’s GPA was 5.7071, and the 2012 valedictorian’s GPA was 5.7878. Every year, the GPA is taken...

Application process for NHS begins

February 10, 2012

By Caroline Carter Staff Writer With the current sophomore class rank and grade point average revealed, students are anxious to begin applying to the National Honor Society at Coppell High School. The applications are due on Friday March 9 giving students ample amount of time to create their resumes...

Students begin process of deciding which classes to take

January 6, 2012

By Caroline Carter Staff Writer With the course registration beginning, students have started the process of deciding which classes to take along with deciding whether or not to be in Duel Credit, IB or AP classes. Though it may seem scary, it can be less stressful to decide which classes to ...

More CHS students head north for college

January 14, 2011

Rebecca Neumann Entertainment Editor Location, location, location. It’s not just a real estate slogan. It’s also one of the most important considerations for seniors when choosing a college to attend. As more and more acceptance letters roll in, more college gear appears at school. Many...

Chang’s 4-year journey as valedictorian of the class of 2010

May 26, 2010

Story By Henna Khan Pre-Calculus teacher Paula Russell still remembers the day Peter Chang walked into her class four years ago. “When I met Peter Chang for the first time, he walked in my door, 12 years-old, so little, I couldn’t understand why he needed my help,” Pre-Calc...

Athlete academics make headway with season end

November 19, 2009

Mary Whitfill Staff Writer With no more home high school football games, the social lives of students are sure to change. Fridays are no longer the set date of a community-wide event at Buddy Echols Field, so will players’ academics be affected too? The Coppell football team has come out victorious...