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Coppell High School choir performs at the 2018 Choir Fall Concert. On Saturday, choir members will perform at the First United Methodist Church in the Region 31 concert.

Choir members to perform at Region 31 Concert

Nanette Pottoore, Staff Writer November 8, 2019

On Saturday, select members from Coppell High School’s very own choir will participate in the Region 31 concert at the First United Methodist Church in Grapevine.  Region 31 consists of Coppell ISD,...

Coppell High School senior Jingchun Quan displays her certificate in front of her artwork at the Dallas Museum of Art on March 16. Quan was chosen to showcase her artwork, “Eagle Meets Dragon: A Clash of Cultures,” through a festival hosted by the Dallas Museum of Art.

Dragon, eagle battle to form an identity through art

Anika Arutla, Staff Writer March 23, 2019

Art means something different to every person due to their own varying personal experiences; Coppell High School senior Jingchun Quan used her own background and experiences to create award-winning art....

Marching protesters lift their signs and lead chants in support of gun control. On Saturday, protesters gathered to speak out against gun violence in the March For Our Lives in Dallas.

Young Dallas activists advocate for change in March For Our Lives (with video)

Anthony Cesario, Co-Student Life Editor March 25, 2018

DALLAS — On Saturday, more than 5,000 people joined together and raised their voices to advocate gun control reform at the March For Our Lives protest in downtown Dallas.   The Dallas March...

New year, same resolve, courage to march

Amelia Vanyo, Editor-in-Chief January 22, 2018

On Saturday, for the second year in a row, women came together to fight for a common goal, a goal they had hoped would be reached but believe was not in the year since President Donald Trump took office. This...

Pittsburg (Kan.) High School seniors Connor Balthazor, Patrick Sullivan, Kali Poenitske, Maddie Baden, Gina Mathew and and their adviser Emily Smith talk about the Booster Redux’s investigative adventure uncovering discrepancies in their principal’s resume leading to her resignation they had in March 2017. They led a session on Friday at the JEA/NSPA Fall High School Journalism Convention at the Hyatt Regency in Dallas, which is being attended by Sidekick newspaper, KCBY-TV and Round-Up yearbook staff members.

On the Spot: From students to speakers; “Pittsburg Six” take on Dallas convention as journalism celebrities

Amelia Vanyo, Editor-In-Chief November 17, 2017

DALLAS - It all started with junior Maddie Baden noticing a couple discrepancies in her newly hired principal’s story.   It all ended with a trip to the White House correspondents dinner...

On the Spot: Journalists looking to go big at national journalism convention (with video)

Lili Lomas November 17, 2017

DALLAS - Nearly 5,000  high school journalists and advisers bustled around the Hyatt Regency lobby  at the first day of the 2017 JEA/NSPA Fall National High School Journalism Convention today.   For...

Carlo’s Bakery takes the cake(with video)

Jamie Kimbrell, Staff Writer March 22, 2016

DALLAS - A little slice of New Jersey has come to the Metroplex with the grand opening of the famous Carlo's Bakery newest location.   On a breezy spring morning, nothing sounds better to a...

Spring into break and explore the top 5 local attractions

Spring into break and explore the top 5 local attractions

Jamie Kimbrell, Staff Writer March 8, 2016

Spring break. Two of the best words to any hard-working student’s ears after long hours at Coppell High School. Plan to stay in town and visit local favorites ranging from eating at Dallas food trucks...

Coppell High School U.S history teacher, girl's basketball and track coach Thomas Sills was nine years old on Nov. 22, 1963 when John Fitzgerald Kennedy was assassinated in Dealey Plaza in Downtown Dallas. Prior to that fateful day, Sills was a big Kennedy family fan, a passion that helped develop his love for history.

Sills witnesses history on fateful day in Dallas

November 17, 2015

Coppell High School U.S history teacher, girl's basketball and track coach Thomas Sills was nine years old on Nov. 22, 1963 when John Fitzgerald Kennedy was assassinated in Dealey Plaza in Downtown Dallas....

Get ready to have goosebumps

Get ready to have goosebumps

Riley Galloway, Staff Writer October 21, 2015

  DALLAS - Many have heard of the suspenseful comedy serie Goosebumps by R.L. Stines. With an astounding 62 sequels, Stine created a greatly popular series.   Through the prominence...

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