Coppell Student Media

Stewart questions own identity as year draws to a close

Stewart questions own identity as year draws to a close

March 8, 2012

By Kelly Stewart Opinions Editor College. Huh. Even the word still seems kind of foreign to me, as I am sure it does to many juniors and seniors. The strange magical event called ‘graduation’ is suddenly here when, years ago, I thought it would never come. When I was younger, there were many thing...

Coppell football grads experience success at next level

December 16, 2011

By Chris Reagan Staff Writer Coppell’s recent success in football is no secret and this success has carried over to the college level with seven Division I scholarships being given out in the past five years and one player who has practiced in the NFL. Most Coppell students now remember running...

PSAT scores are in for Juniors

December 13, 2011

by Chase Porter Staff Writer On Oct. 12, the junior class began their first steps toward college and senior year by taking the PSAT or the practice SAT. This test is just a taste of the actual SAT that most of the juniors will be taking later this school year and early this upcoming summer. The...

College acceptance turns to rejection

November 3, 2011

By Sarah Police Staff Writer This past weekend, I was doing my homework like a good student when I came across the English homework that I was supposed to annotate. What I found in this article was shocking. I, and every other senior, am not done; done with school, that is. I’ve done the work...

Useful SAT strategies for Saturday’s test

November 2, 2011

Many CHS students will be attending local schools this Saturday morning to take the SAT in hopes of scoring big for future plans in college. While some students who go in "blind" for the tests, meaning no prior knowledge or tutoring, the majority, including myself have been planning and studying religiously...

Faking for the funds

October 26, 2011

By Dyer Whitt Staff Writer On Tuesday, a federal judge in Austin sentenced Solomon Hobbs Jr. to nearly five years in prison. On top of the sentence, Hobbs must repay the $37,000 he stole in student loans. Hobbs, also know as Virgil Clinton Powell, stole the identity of a college student in order...

Volleyball players prepare to compete at next level

Volleyball players prepare to compete at next level

October 13, 2011

By Chris Reagan Staff Writer The Coppell Cowgirls volleyball team has been outstanding this year with three verbal commitments to universities, two of which are top 25 schools in NCAA rankings. Junior middle blocker Chiaka Ogbogu has decided to take her talents to the University of California-Berkeley. ...

College fish

College fish

October 11, 2011

By Dyer Whitt Staff Writer With the school year fully underway, college freshman embark on the journey of living on their own; managing time, money and responsibility. Most of us can remember our first day of high school; nervous, anxious and a little bit awkward, being a freshman, or “fish.” Being a freshman meant having three grades above you to tel...

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...

Colleges Visit CHS

September 22, 2011

By Sarah Police Staff Writer Seniors: it’s that time of year. It’s time to apply to college. Finding the perfect school for you can be a little difficult but luckily CHS is here to help. Throughout the year colleges from all over America come to CHS to visit with prospective students. Mrs....

Beginning the college process

Beginning the college process

September 20, 2011

By Seth Slover Staff Writer The college application and preparatory process is a stressful yet extremely important time.  For juniors, this time is on the horizon; for seniors, the time is now. In essence, all students have been preparing for college since beginning public school.  However, it see...

College night helps students see their different options

September 16, 2011

By Caroline Carter Staff Writer Last night, Thursday September 15, over 175 colleges from across the country came to CHS to give prospective students a chance to see what all the different colleges are about. For me, it gave me a chance to look at different universities that I had never really...