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College Ambassador applications avaliable

April 30, 2013

By Shannon Wilkinson Staff Writer As the 2012-2013 school year draws to a close, staff members, faculty and students begin to prepare for the upcoming year. The entire school is familiar with the very frequent visits from college's all over coming to Coppell to talk to interested students. The...

Shattered Dreams applications due Friday

January 9, 2013

By Michelle Pitcher Editor-in-Chief Juniors and seniors interested in being a part of this year's Shattered Dreams production need to submit their completed applications to Mrs. Green in the administration office by the end of the school day (4 p.m.) on Friday. Applicants for the program shou...

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...

Taylor compares recognized Texas colleges

Taylor compares recognized Texas colleges

September 6, 2012

By Corrina Taylor Staff Writer Ever since freshman year, students have the illusion that senior year would be the year; it would be a year to slack off, filled with no regrets. What previous seniors did not share is the amount of work it would take to apply to college. First, students have to...

Klise, Seifert to launch series of college essay workshops

Klise, Seifert to launch series of college essay workshops

April 17, 2012

By Thomas Hair Online Copy Editor The fleeting summer months are normally a time of rest and relief, a light at the end of the tunnel for students near the end of another school year. For juniors however, the thought of summer offers little respite. During the sunny months, the full responsibility...

Teen Leadership Coppell interviews coming to an end

April 4, 2012

By Tolu Salako Staff Writer With Teen Leadership Coppell applications turned in two weeks ago, the interview process has already begun and is soon coming to an end. With over 100 students applying, the administrators will be very selective when picking only 20 - 30 sophomore students from both C...

NHS Application Process nears end

March 6, 2012

By Kristen Shepard Staff Writer Starting Feb 6, sophomores with a minimum GPA of 4.8 were given the opportunity to apply for one of the most prestigious and largest organizations at Coppell High School: National Honor Society. Other than the grade point average pre-requisite, students must have ...

The last first six weeks

September 27, 2011

By Chase Porter Staff writer For us seniors here at CHS are final first six weeks is coming to a close but is senior year all that we have expected? From my point of view its been mostly what I have anticipated but I feel like I cant kick into senior- ides mode just yet. The past week and this...

Seniors get a lesson on applying to college

August 30, 2011

By Chase Porter Staff Writer With school already in its second week seniors are not only trying to focus on school work but also applying to colleges. Luckily for us in the senior class, we have counselors that are happy to show us the proper way for applying and what we will need. Today, August...

SPUR applications due tomorrow

April 25, 2011

Laura Kattilakoski Staff Writer Did you not like SPUR classes this year? If you feel like you have the potential to improve SPUR for next year, the last chance to turn in applications for the SPUR Leadership Committee is tomorrow, April 25. The application is simple; first, students have to an...

GT application deadline nearing

March 9, 2011

Mary Whitfill Features Editor The CISD gifted and talented program is designed around students who preform at a high level in academics when compared to people at a similar age, level and environment.  The CISD gifted and talented program is an extension of the TAGT, the Texas Association for the...

National Honor Society accepting applications

February 22, 2011

Laura Kattilakoski Staff Writer The time has come for sophomore students with GPAs exceeding 4.8 to submit applications for the National Honor Society, or NHS. NHS is an organization that encourages good leadership qualities in participants as well as requiring community service hours. Only well...